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    Katharina Sieverding // Manifesta 12 Palermo

    Collaborating closely with Palermitan partners, Manifesta 12 will co-inhabit Palermo as a laboratory for the challenges of our time, looking for traces of possible futures. In the context of globalisation, Manifesta 12 chooses to be radically local in engaging with the city in all of its diverse components    
    June 16 to November 3, 2018
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    João Penalva // MUDAM, Luxembourg

    SOLO EXHIBITION

    Curated by Clément Minighetti. More
    By freely moving from one medium to another, by using diverse materials, the Portuguese artist João Penalva creates artworks that usually combine language and image, and develops poetic fictions that leave much room for interpretation. They come both in the form of artworks of an intimate character and large staged installations in which painting, photography and documents, text and sound, writing and memory, combine to create visual tales. These plunge the viewer into a world that oscillates between reality and fantasy, in which the tenuous line that separates them is not always distinguishable. Through a meticulous composition, specific to each of his exhibitions, Penalva tells a story that is itself loaded with multiple scenarios and whose narrative and visual structure uses figures approaching the ellipse or the asyndetic in order to create a rhythm that gives the artworks the operating power of the fable.
    3 March to 16 September 2018
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    Michael Müller // Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn

    GROUP EXHIBITION

    The exhibition Germany is not an island showcases a total of 150 selected works by 81 artists, whose work has been acquired for the Collection of the Federal Republic of Germany over the last five years. More
    The acquisitions committee have been focussing on the question, “Which artworks make particular reference to our society, and can convey information, now and in the future, about the state of our present-day Germany?” The Bundeskunsthalle presents as part of the Collection of the Federal Republic of Germany Michael Müller's work K4 from the series "Ulrich" (2012).    
    8 March to 27 May 2018
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    Leunora Salihu // MUSEUM LOTHAR FISCHER

    SOLO EXHIBITION

    In 2017 Leunora Salihu was awarded the Lothar Fischer Prize, which is linked to a solo exhibition at Museum Lothar Fischer in the following year.
    17 June to 7 October 2018
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    ALICE AYCOCK // International Sculpture Center

    AWARD

    The board of the International Sculpture Center has awarded Alice Aycock the 2018 Lifetime Achivement Award in Contemporary Sculpture.
    18 April until 31 December 2018
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    RICHARD DEACON // Cabinet des Dessins Jean Bonna – Beaux-Arts de Paris

    SOLO EXHIBITION

    Professor at the Beaux-Arts in Paris from 1999 to 2009, Richard Deacon for the first time exhibits at Cabinet Jean Bonna in France a set of drawings executed between 1968 and 2018.
     
    15 May to 20 July 2018
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    ALFREDO JAAR // Hamburger Bahnhof

    GROUP EXHIBITION

    The exhibition Hello World places the focus on transnational artistic networks and cross-cultural exchanges from the late 19th century to the present. Works and groups of works from the collection of the Nationalgalerie provide points of departure for thirteen narratives. More
    Hello World is the first exhibition to explicitly call the Eurocentric character of the Nationalgalerie’s collections into question, opening up a discussion on how a museum collection can reposition itself today.
    28 April to 26 August 2018
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    GORDON MATTA-CLARK // Jeu de Paume

    SOLO EXHIBITION

    Featuring one hundred artworks by Gordon Matta-Clark, the exhibition "Anarchitect" explores the importance of Matta-Clark’s practice towards a rethinking of architecture after modernism. More
    Embracing a diversity of media that include photography, film and printmaking, the exhibition features a number of works related to contemporary urban culture that further contextualize Gordon Matta-Clark’s compelling critique of architecture.
    4 June to 23 September 2018
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