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Berlin Art Week 2018

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BERLIN ART WEEK 2018

From 26 – 30 September 2018, the seventh Berlin Art Week presents a programme that is unique in its variety and density and makes the German capital once again the meeting point for the international art world. In addition, the week of events with art projects in public space will leave its mark on Berlin’s urban space for five days.

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BODIES AND INHABITANTS

BODIES AND INHABITANTSMichal Rutz | “Self Portrait” | oil on paper | 2018

BODIES AND INHABITANTS
Between desire and reality, individual and collective body
September 6 – 30, 2018 | Sigmun Freud Museum, Curated by Larissa Kopp

The exhibition BODIES AND INHABITANTS deals with the question: who lives inside my body? What looks at me in the mirror, and how do I react to that? The artists visually explore the perception of the body and its forms of representation, the relation between the inside and the outside and the power of different sociocultural influences. They question handed down depictions of physical sensitivities, as well as current Ideals and their omnipresence. Doing that, they break with clichès and heteronormative views.

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Klimt’s Magic Garden

Klimt's Magic GardenImage courtesy of MAK Museum

KLIMT’S MAGIC GARDEN
A Virtual Reality Experience by Frederick Baker
Exhibition Venue MAK FORUM

With KLIMT’S MAGIC GARDEN: A Virtual Reality Experience by Frederick Baker, the MAK is launching an innovative fantastic virtual exhibition experiment to mark the 100th anniversary of Gustav Klimt’s death (6 February 2018). Using high-resolution digital photography, renowned filmmaker Frederick Baker has created a new work by restaging Klimt’s nine-part cartoons for the mosaic frieze in the Stoclet House dining room in Brussels (1910/1911). Baker’s new work opens up new perspectives on one of the MAK collection’s outstanding exhibits. He takes the audience into Klimt’s work, and then out, through the other side, into a realm of especially designed symbolic spaces.

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OSTEN BIENNAL OF DRAWING 2018

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OSTEN – Art on Paper
Ars longa, vita brevis | Art is long, life is short – Hippocrates

OSTEN is an INSTITUTION for MUSEUM and GALLERY ACTIVITIES, Skopje, Macedonia has respect for the past, is active in the present and has plans for the future.
A recognized brand in the area of art, emancipated thought, and liberated creation since 1945, with its experience and influence on the improvement of culture and art, over 70 years OSTEN is a successful organizer of international events: the World Gallery of Cartoons (since 1969), Biennial of Drawing & Biennial of Awarded Artists – that attracts the artists worldwide, educate the wider audience and animate art professionals (curators, theorists, critics and art historians) – all which provide an insight and produce materials that document the development and movements of art in our time.

As always, in the foreground is the DRAWING, which marks the beginning of the whole story, while new forms, narrated through various ways of expression and through diverse media, are further developed. The final product is magic and aims to have you bewitched, tap into your inner world without usurping it, but stirring even for a moment your equilibrium with a fresh idea about discovering and enjoying the world around you.

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Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy

Everything is Connected: Art and ConspiracyImage courtesy of The Met Museum

Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy

Exhibition Dates: September 18, 2018–January 6, 2019
Exhibition Location: The Met Breuer, Floor 4

For the last 50 years, artists have explored the hidden operations of power and the symbiotic suspicion between the government and its citizens. Opening at The Met Breuer on September 18, Everything Is Connected: Art and Conspiracy will be the first major exhibition to tackle this perennially provocative topic. Covering the period from 1969 to 2016 and featuring 70 works by 30 artists working in a range of media—from painting and sculpture to photography, video, and installation art – Everything Is Connected will present an alternate history of postwar and contemporary art that is also an archaeology of our troubled times.
The exhibition is made possible by Andrea Krantz and Harvey Sawikin.
Additional support is provided by James and Vivian Zelter.

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Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams

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Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams
Through January 01, 2019
The Museum of Modern Art

“Without a model, you are nowhere. A nation that can’t make models is a nation that doesn’t understand things, a nation that doesn’t live,” said visionary artist Bodys Isek Kingelez (1948–2015). Based in then-Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo), following its independence from Belgium, Kingelez made sculptures of imagined buildings and cities that reflected dreams for his country, his continent, and the world

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Color Factory

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Color Factory
From August, 2018
New York

Color Factory is a collaborative interactive exhibit that debuted in San Francisco in August 2017. What was intended as a month-long run unexpectedly flourished as a celebration of color and creativity that lasted for another eight sold-out months.

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