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Exceptional destination in Patagonia with access to mighty glaciers from the towns of El Calafate and El Chaltén.
18 Oct. 2023 - 25 Feb. 2024, São Paulo. Artistic Director: Solange Farkas. Curators: Raphael Fonseca, Renée Akitelek Mboya. 60 participants.
On the architectural fabrication of Israel. 13 May - 18 Nov. 2023, Qattan Foundation, Ramallah. Curator: Yazid Anani. 45 Palestinian artists, academics, writers.
11 Nov. 2023 – 10 March 2024, UAE. The Beauty of Impermanence: An Architecture of Adaptability. Curator: Tosin Oshinowo.
18 November 2023 - 24 March 2024. Curatorial team: Freya Chou, Brian Kuan Wood, Reem Shadid. Title: Small World. Organizer: Taipei Fine Arts Museum.
Installation using the Khayamiya appliqué tradition. 19 March - 15 June 2023, the Grand Egyptian Museum.
60th International Art Exhibition, 20 April - 24 Nov. 2024. Title: Foreigners Everywhere. Curator: Adriano Pedrosa
Artist: Yuan Goang-ming. Curator: Abby Chen. Organizer: Taipei Fine Arts Museum. Venue: Palazzo delle Prigioni. 60th International Art Exhibition.
National Park in the Patagonian steppe, protecting a petrified forest of large Araucaria trees from the Jurassic period.
7 February - 11 June 2023. Based on the concept by Okwui Enwezor. Curator: Hoor Al Qasimi, and team of collaborators of Enwezor. Over 150 artists.
Solo show featuring new commissions and selected works. Darat al Funun, Jordan, 14 March - 27 July 2023. Curatorial consultant: Rana Beiruti
Works from the Sharjah Art Foundation Collection. 28 Oct. 2022 - 12 March 2023, Deichtorhallen Hamburg. Curator: Omar Kholeif.
Narratives from the Palestinian Coast. 29 Sept. 2021 – 31 Oct. 2022, The Palestinian Museum, Ramallah. Curator: Inass Yassin
A pictorial interpretation of John Cage's score "As SLow aS Possible", created by means of random operations. Cage Haus Halberstadt.
Museums and major centers of contemporary art, and a selection of art historical collections in Venice.
Garden-labyrinth in memory of the famous Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges, created on San Giorgio Maggiore Island beside the monastic cloisters of the Giorgio Cini Foundation.
The "Weaving a Home" dome shelter project, and her approach to architecture as a social technology, based on local resources, knowledge, and craftsmanship.
Discovery of a unique Neolithic ritual site related to gazelle hunting with gigantic "desert kites" traps, the earliest large-scale human built structures worldwide.
Video installation and documents by Ursula Biemann & Paulo Tavares, reflecting on the cosmopolitics of Amazonia, considering nature as a rights-bearing subject.
Guided tours by young women, showing works by Fernando Botero, talking about their own experiences of sexual exploitation. Action by Núria Güell in Medellín.
Venice: Objects, Work and Tourism. 2015, Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Carlo Scarpa Area, and interventions in the historical collection.
25 years after the dIX, the Argentine artist recounts how he was invited to Kassel and what this meant for his career. Interview by Haupt & Binder
His complex universe created along 50 years of internment in a psychiatric hospital. Including potos of works shown at the Venice Biennale 2013.
Indigenous group of Mexico makes an ecocide known in Europe. Genaro Amaro Altamirano, and Documenta 13 artist Maria Thereza Alves' book presentation.
Cloud Cities. Around 20 of his "biospheres", presented for the first time together at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin.