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NIKI WHO TAMED THE DRAGONS

NIKI WHO TAMED THE DRAGONS

MoMA PS1 has announced it will present the first New York museum exhibition of visionary feminist and activist artist Niki de Saint Phalle. The survey ”Structures for Life” will highlight her interdisciplinary approach and engagement with key…

9 SITES OFF THE BEATEN PATH TO VISIT WHILE AT HOME

The pandemic may have shut the doors of galleries and museums worldwide, but not for the virtual eye. Widespread digitisation of collections and space bears fruit in being able to host visitors online…

KATHARINA GROSSE: IMMERSED IN COLOUR

Although Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof was forced to postpone the retrospective of Katharina Grosse “It Wasn’t Us”, it is hard to resist looking at and wondering about her immersive installations of saturated colours which we will hopefully experience in person in the near future…

VAN EYCK’S COLOURS IN DESIGN

Where does colour come from? How do you make colour? What is the impact of colour? In honour of the Year of Van Eyck in Ghent, the Design Museum is hosting a large exhibition on the innovative and diverse use of colour…

HARUN FAROCKI & HITO STEYERL: LIFE CAPTURED STILL

The first major exhibition “Life Captured Still” dedicated to Harun Farocki and Hito Steyerl was organised by the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac London. The artists are often conceptually associated but their…

CHANTAL AKERMAN – PASSAGES

Akerman was one of the first film directors who made the switch to visual art. She rose to fame in the 1970s as a feminist avant-garde filmmaker, and midway through the 1990s she discovered the possibilities of the art…

TRIENNIAL OF TAPESTRY – ONLINE VIEWING

It should be the last week of the 16th International Triennial of Tapestry in Łódź – the oldest and the most important presentation of phenomena connected with the medium of textiles…

MASCULINITIES: LIBERATION THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

The show explores how masculinity is experienced, performed, coded and socially constructed as expressed and documented through photography and film from the 1960s to the present day…

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO LOVE IN THE INTERNET AGE?

How are digital interfaces reshaping our personal relationships? What do new technologies imply for the future of the romantic sphere? How do screens affect our sexual intimacy? Are the new…

R.H. QUAYTMAN – THE PAINTING ODYSSEY

The recently opened exhibition of a New York-based artist Rebecca Quaytman at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź is a return to the artist’s very beginnings and a retrospective of sorts, presenting topics that have continually run through…

THE PHOTOBLOC: CENTRAL EUROPE IN PHOTOBOOKS

In the 20th century, photography took on the role of the medium of history, for better or worse. Life sped up and the world shrunk due to the faster transmission of information and…

THE GORGONA GROUP ENJOYS PLAYING WITH LIFE

A high-angle photograph, perhaps taken from a balcony overlooking a backyard, captures a group of men or, to be more precise, the tops of their heads looking down. The photograph titled „Gorgona…

SASKIA BODDEKE & PETER GREENAWAY’S WONDERLAND

Thanks to Center of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu and the Tumult Foundation the viewers have an amazing opportunity to get to know the artists’ art based on hypermedia more closely. The Artuum…