May, 2011

Lithuanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Presents Darius Miksys: Behind the White Curtain

Historically, the Lithuanian state selects artists for a ‘symbolic exhibition’ by allocating prizes and grants to further the practice of Lithuanian artists. Such an act could be understood as a programme for the transmission of cultural products, whereby the state acts as a curator whose exhibition hall is without walls, and whose exhibition remains on […]

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Polish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Presents Yael Bartana

Polish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Presents Yael Bartana

Yael Bartana is the first non-Polish national to represent Poland in the history of the Venice Biennale. Bartana’s films, Mary Koszmary (2007), Mur i wieża (2009) and Zamach (2011) revolve around the activities of the Jewish Renaissance Movement in Poland (JRMiP): a political group calling for the return of Jews to the land of their […]

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Gasworks Opens The Work of the Spirit (Parade) A solo exhibition by Tamar Guimaraes

Gasworks presents The Work of the Spirit (Parade) A solo exhibition by Tamar Guimarães open 28 May–17 July 2011. For her first solo exhibition in the UK, Tamar Guimarães presents a newly commissioned short film alongside two existing works: Canoas (2010) and A Man Called Love (2008). Guimarães’ research-based practice deals with the staging of […]

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Saatchi Gallery Opens Exhibition of New Sculpture

Saatchi Gallery Opens Exhibition of New Sculpture

The Saatchi Gallery presents The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, an exhibition of 20 leading and emerging international artists, including Rebecca Warren, Roger Hiorns, John Baldessari and Berlinde de Bruyckere, as well as rising stars, Kris Martin, Matthew Monahan, Oscar Tuazon, Folkert de Jong and Joanna Malinowska. Exhibition on view 27th May – […]

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