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Exhibitions

John Miller – The Collapse of Neoliberalism

John Miller has been exploring notions of identity, economics, and social class throughout his forty-year practice. His latest exhibition at Metro Pictures concerns, among other…

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Rafal Zajko – Resuscitation


Castor is pleased to present Resuscitation, Rafal Zajko’s second exhibition with the gallery. Resuscitation sees Zajko explore ventilation systems, prosthetics, Polish folklore and science fiction…

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Nick Mauss – Bizarre Silks, Private Imaginings and Narrative Facts, etc.

Invited to stage an exhibition at Kunsthalle Basel, artist Nick Mauss has conceived Bizarre Silks, Private Imaginings and Narrative Facts, etc. in which scenographic, conceptual,…

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Ebbe Stub Wittrup – Botanical Drift

Ebbe Stub Wittrup, mostly known for his photographic works, shows a different aspect of his practice in this exhibition. In four installations created specifically for…

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Daniel Gustav Cramer – Portraits

In the last years Cramer assembled a growing archive of brief as well as epic stories, from the first step on the moon or the…

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Jesper Just – Corporealités

Perrotin New York presents Corporealités, a new large-scale sculptural installation by Danish artist Jesper Just. The new work is composed of a series of LED…

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Phung-Tien Phan – biste links oder frustriert

In her work of installations and time-based pieces, Phung-Tien Phan examines contemporary lifestyles, their social implications and the affirmative behaviour of the individual in different…

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Jenny Holzer – A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE

The exhibition at Tarmak 22 in Gstaad-Saanen Airport showcases works spanning the artist’s practice, including stone benches, LEDs, and paintings.

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Ellen Pau – The Great Movement

A key figure in Hong Kong’s art scene, Ellen Pau brings together some of her historical video works alongside new and reworked pieces in the…

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Kapwani Kiwanga – Under the cover of darkness

The show presents different bodies of works by the artist, which examine racialized surveillance and controlling policies, as such as her in depth interrogation of…

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Simon Starling – A-A’, B-B’

This expansive new body of work is composed of an intricate network of objects and images held together by physical transformations, juxtapositions, historical facts, speculation…

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Do I dare to eat a peach?

If you call a fire engine green, aquamarine – or you think water is pink. – „Dawg, that’s a date”, “looks like an olive to…

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