12 Dec. 2018 - 29 March 2019, Kerala, India. Possibilities for a Non-Alienated Life. Curator: Anita Dube. 94 participants.
Contemporary Art Exhibition at various Heritage Sites in Malta. Curator: Rosa Martinez. Part of Valletta 2018 European Capital of Culture.
23 Oct. 2018 - 14 March 2019. Third of the exhibition series to celebrate the 30th anniversary. Extensive photo tour.
4 - 12 October 2019, Jordan. Director: Rana Beiruti. Main exhibition curator: Noura Al Sayeh. Large program in the city.
Interview with the curator of the National Pavilion of the UAE, 16th International Architecture Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia 2018. By Haupt & Binder
17 Nov. 2018 - 10 March 2019, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan. Curators: Mali Wu and Francesco Manacorda
23 Nov. 2018 - 3 Feb. 2019, Ecuador. Living Structures: Art as a plural experience. General Curator: Jesús Fuenmayor.
An orientation guide and tours to discover sites, venues and events of contemporary art, historical attractions and cultural heritage in the capital of Jordan.
29 April - 9 September 2018. Opening exhibition of the new SESC Avenida Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil. Curators: Kira Perov, Juliana Braga de Mattos & Sandra Leibovici
The Pavilion of Turkey at the 58th Venice Biennale 2019 will present a new installation by İnci Eviner, curated by Zeynep Öz.
Video installation and documents by Ursula Biemann & Paulo Tavares, reflecting on the cosmopolitics of Amazonia, considering nature as a rights-bearing subject.
Combinig arachnology, astrophysics, and sound, the artist presents two installations, where over six months 7,000 spiders have built the largest web ever exhibited.
The artist talks with Gerhard Haupt and Pat Binder about his site-specific installation at Sharjah Biennial 13, which he sees as a fundamental work in his career.
Known for her critical practice and projects relating ecology and histories of erasure, Alves talks to Haupt & Binder about her current work in Sharjah, as well as her long-term research Seeds of Change.
25 years after the documenta IX, the Argentine artist recounts how he was invited to Kassel and what this meant for his career. Interview by Haupt & Binder
Brazilian history through the work of the self-taught artist Hélio Melo, a rubber tapper from the Amazonas. Essay by José Roca; with images.
Guided tours by young women, showing works by Fernando Botero at the Museo de Antioquia, talking about their own traumatized experiences.