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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
Copper, interpreted in all its multiple forms and applications in contemporary art, design, architecture and technology, is the theme of Copper Crossings: Copper Shapes in Contemporary Art, Design, Technology and Architecture, an exhibition presented at Milan's Triennale from September 16 to November 9. The concept of the exhibition is by Elena Tettamanti and is coproduced by Eight Art Project—a new company active in the production of projects in contemporary art and design—together with Triennale di Milano, Triennale Design Museum and Istituto Italiano del Rame with the patronage of the European Copper Institute.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
Invisible Violence is coproduced by Artium, Basque Museum-Centre of Contemporary Art, Vitoria, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade. This collaboration involves two distinct but jointly curated exhibitions, and the first one opened to the public last spring in Belgrade. The project explores so-called invisible violence as it is discernable within quotidian, domestic, work-related, and everyday life; administrative and bureaucratic violence; visual violence in advertising and media; as well as subtle forms of sectarianism and community animosity from recent historical circumstances.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
Have libraries become obsolete in the digital age? Can we conceive public libraries as something other than a collection of books? When does a library begin and end? Started as a long-term research project in November 2013, the VOLUME project investigates the potential of libraries as sites for artistic creation and production of knowledge, as well as for the formation of critique and dialogue. For nine days, international and local artists, theorists, curators and librarians will engage the public library as a space and a concept, through a series of performances, ad-hoc interventions, talks, literary writings and installations.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
The Van Eyck invites artists, designers, photographers, architects, curators, writers, and thinkers to apply for a work period at the Jan van Eyck Academie for four up to 12 months. Participants are given the time and space that is needed to develop their talents, to discover as yet unexplored perspectives and delve into deeper layers of themselves. The whys of applying Apply if you feel the time is ripe to take your work to another level in an open environment, to experiment and investigate, to see your work reflected in the mirror of the world or to do what no one fully grasps yet.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
The next Julia Stoschek Collection exhibition will be dedicated to British artist and 2012 Turner Prize winner Elizabeth Price (born 1966 in Bradford, Great Britain, lives and works in London). Since 2006, Elizabeth Price has mainly worked with digital moving images. The key focus of her conceptual, institution-critical works has been to examine the significance of cultural artifacts, collections and archives. Each work initially arises from an idea on a place and its history.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
The third edition of Folkestone Triennial, one of the UK’s most ambitious public art exhibitions, opens today, Saturday 30 August. Internationally recognised artists, including Yoko Ono, Andy Goldsworthy and Pablo Bronstein, have created new artworks that are being exhibited throughout Folkestone’s public spaces under the title Lookout. A number of these works will become permanent additions to the landscape of the town, adding to Folkestone Artworks, the existing collection of permanent works from the previous two Triennials. Folkestone Triennial runs from 30 August to 2 November and will be open daily from 10am to 5pm.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
Jana Euler: Where the energy comes from Kunsthalle Zürich presents the first comprehensive institutional solo show by Jana Euler (born in Friedberg, Germany in 1982, lives and works in Brussels). The exhibition is titled Where the energy comes from and comprises all new works created for this show. The exhibition and the accompanying catalogue are organised in collaboration with the Bonner Kunstverein, where the presentation will be on show from December 6, 2014 to February 22, 2015. Jana Euler's work encompasses a variety of artistic media, aesthetic decisions and discursive practices.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
The 10th Gwangju Biennale, Burning Down the House, curated by Jessica Morgan, Artistic Director of the Biennale and Daskalopoulos Curator of International Art at Tate Modern, will open with a professional and press preview on Thursday 4 September, before opening to the public on Friday 5 September.  A series of performances will take place in and around the Biennale exhibition halls on both the preview and the first public day. Ongoing performances, 4–5 September: Allora & Calzadilla, Temperament and the Wolf, 2014 Ei Arakawa & Inza Lim, The Unheroed Theatre (Character Studies with Gwangdae, Shinmyoung, Tobaki, the Fictitious Aseupalteu), 2014 Heman Chong, Simultaneous (Gwangju), 2014 Okin Collective, Operation-For the Beloved and Song, 2014 Roman Ondák, Clockwork, 2014 Pierre Huyghe, Name Announcer, 2011 Specially scheduled performances, 4 September: 14–15h  OPEN BAR Library of Spirits-II presented by Banu Cennetoğlu and Donghee Kim 14:30–15:30h  Talk: "The History and Unresolved Issues of LGBT Rights in Korea" by Choi Hyun-sook, in the context of Carlos Motta's We Who Feel Differently installation.
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Date: Sunday, 31 Aug 2014 07:16
Cabinet can be purchased through its website, as well as independent bookstores across the US and at chains such as Barnes & Noble, Hudson News, and Universal News.
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Date: Friday, 29 Aug 2014 19:26
The launch of the fall season at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) promises a rich and varied experience, with the presentation of major works by two internationally renowned artists, Ryoji Ikeda and Krzysztof Wodiczko.  North American premiere in Montréal: The MAC presents superposition by Ryoji Ikeda This coming October 11 at 7:30pm, the Musée d'art contemporain is presenting the North American premiere of superposition, a performance by Japanese electronic-music composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda at Théâtre Maisonneuve, Place des Arts, in collaboration with the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
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Date: Friday, 29 Aug 2014 19:26
Upcoming at ARTER is a large exhibition of Southeast Asian contemporary art titled The Roving Eye. Curated by researcher and critic Iola Lenzi, the exhibition will present more than 40 works by 36 of Southeast Asia's most innovative contemporary artists from Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and Malaysia.  As well as introducing forms, materials, conceptual methodologies, and aesthetic codes commonly featured in the artistic production of the region, the exhibition will offer critical insights into today's regional culture and the many tensions cleaving the societies of Southeast Asia.
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Date: Friday, 29 Aug 2014 19:26
The Academy of the Arts of the World, Cologne cordially invites you to the first edition of PLURIVERSALE, its new biannual constellation of intercultural and interdisciplinary events. The Academy is a loose virtual collective of art practitioners from different continents and disciplines, as well as a cultural institution and a production platform in the city of Cologne. With a focus on activating an intercultural and decolonial politics of art in this city of migrants, it seeks to operate beyond the romance of multiculturalism, fostering alternative ways of thinking and acting under increasingly troubled global conditions.
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Date: Friday, 29 Aug 2014 19:26
Concealed murder, suppressed love, tarnished innocence, and frustrated ideals are the ingredients for a series of profound, amusing, sad, and compelling histories by Adela Babanova, Zachary Formwalt, Annie Kevans, Gert Jan Kocken, Carlos Motta, Óscar Muñoz, Song Ta, Koki Tanaka and Günter K.'s "Margret" collection. Sometimes we wish that we had written history differently. Or had left it unwritten because the perspective was one-sided, unjust or brutal. We wish to undo that history because it provides a perspective that we no longer accept or that we even loathe.
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Date: Friday, 29 Aug 2014 19:26
How to begin? The first sentence sets the scene. It is a building block for a world to emerge in between words, sounds, and images. The beginning of a text or film is a model of the whole—an anticipation.  A good beginning holds a problem in its most basic form. It looks effortless, but rarely is. A good beginning requires the precision and skill to say things simply. Like the crafts of making bricks, weapons, or files on hard drives, there is an art of creating beginnings.
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Date: Friday, 29 Aug 2014 19:26
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the establishment of the first public library dedicated to contemporary art in Russia, opening in December 2014. Led by Head of Research Sasha Obukhova, the library constitutes the largest specialized public collection of books in Russia dedicated to art of the 20th and 21st centuries. The collection comprises over 15,000 items, including rare antiquarian editions, monographs by leading art scholars, catalogues of group exhibitions and museum collections, artists' biographies, journals on contemporary art and architecture, and publications on the theory of culture.
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Date: Thursday, 28 Aug 2014 08:36
With exhibition, live performance, talks, reading, conferences, and publications, Taipei Fine Arts Museum is pleased to announce the launch of Taipei Biennial 2014 from 13 September 2014 through 4 January 2015. Titled The Great Acceleration, Taipei biennial 2014 refers to the idea of the Anthropocene, our geological era, marked by the effects of human activities on our biosphere, and shows how contemporary art expresses a new contract among human beings, animals, plants, machines, products and objects.
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Date: Thursday, 28 Aug 2014 08:36
A Journal of the Plague Year was first shown at Para Site, Hong Kong during the summer of 2013. As a touring exhibition, it shifts its center of gravity under the influence of magnetic forces in each location on its itinerary. Nevertheless, it departs from and remains strongly connected to an exploration of the events that affected Hong Kong in the spring of 2003: the most significant airborne epidemic in recent years, the SARS crisis, coupled with the tragic death of pop figure and pan-Asian icon Leslie Cheung.
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Date: Thursday, 28 Aug 2014 08:36
Across a selection of more than 70 works, Mel Bochner: Strong Language focuses on the artist's career-long fascination with the cerebral and visual associations of words. In his spectacular recent paintings, Bochner juxtaposes the vernacular and the proper, the formal and the vulgar, and the high versus the low, using terms often appropriated from Roget's Thesaurus.  A founding figure of the Conceptual art movement of the 1960s, Mel Bochner (b.
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Date: Thursday, 28 Aug 2014 08:36
On Thursday 4 September, TENT Rotterdam opens The Value of Nothing with five newly commissioned projects, a group exhibition, Fieldwork Residencies, and an in-depth public program in which local and international artists reflect on our current economies and value systems. The Value of Nothing springs from long-term research initiated by TENT into shifts in thinking about value and economy, and the role that art can play therein. In the aftermath of the global economic crisis increasingly urgent questions arise that are related to neoliberal values seeping into almost every aspect of our lives.
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Date: Thursday, 28 Aug 2014 08:36
Through films, diagrams, drawings and texts, Zbyněk Baladrán offers various systems of knowledge representation. He uses these forms to convey concepts and ideas, but it is also a way of giving our senses more direct access to them, as well as a means of combining philosophical questions with poetical and visual modes of transmission. The work that opens the exhibition consists of a serpentine sculpture made of pieces of paper that spread through the space at eye level. Zbyněk Baladrán turns us into active readers, because one has to move, crane one's neck, step forward or step back in order to read and understand the meaning of the words printed on the ribbons.
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