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Camden Arts Centre Presents Kerry Tribe: Dead Star Light

LONDON.- Camden Arts Centre presents a solo exhibition by American artist and filmmaker Kerry Tribe, on view from May 13 through July 10, 2011. Her large-scale projects in film, video, and sound form an ongoing investigation into memory, subjectivity a...

The FLAG Art Foundation Presents "Josephine Meckseper" and "Gerhard Richter, Sinbad"

NEW YORK, NY.- The FLAG Art Foundation presents two exhibitions: an exhibition of new works by Josephine Meckseper on FLAG’s 9th floor space, and Sinbad, an exhibition of 98 paintings by Gerhard Richter, on the 10th floor. The exhibitions runs th...

Tate Britain Provides a Timely Focus on a Selection of Key...

LONDON.- Susan Hiller (b. 1940) is one of the most influential artists of her generation. This major survey exhibition at Tate Britain provides a timely focus on a selection of her key works, including many of the pioneering mixed-media installations a...

Leo Kandl’s Free Portraits and Susi Krautgartner’s Uncanny Valley at Fotohof

SALZBURG.- Leo Kandl has immersed himself in the genre of portrait photography for several decades, whereby he unites the conceptual documentary process with the subjectivity and individuality of the object. In „Free Portraits“ Kandl made con...

Regen Projects Presents an Exhibition of Dan Graham’s Multidisciplinary Practice

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Regen Projects presents an exhibition of works by Dan Graham. Graham's multidisciplinary practice consists of writing, film, video, performance, photography, architectural models, installations, and glass and mirror structures. Using ...

OSRAM Exhibits a New Acquisition by the Berlin-Based Artist Katja Eckert

MUNICH.- The new exhibition, which is comprised of works from the company’s collection, focuses on the work “Echo,” a new acquisition by the Berlin-based artist Katja Eckert. The pair of images reflects the collection’s interest in ...

Three-Person Exhibition Opens at Thierry Goldberg Projects

NEW YORK, NY.- Thierry Goldberg Projects presents Here We Aren’t So Quickly, a three-person exhibition with paintings by Guy Ben-Ari, Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline, and Hiroyuki Nakamura. The title of the show, taken from a Jonathan Safran Foer story...

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