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Thesis Exhibition of the NYU Abu Dhabi Master of Fine Arts inaugural cohort. 18 May - 25 August 2023, 421 galleries, Abu Dhabi.
Masterpieces from the collection of Barjeel Art Foundation at Lempertz Berlin, 2–30 June, 2023.
Poems and artistic testimonies from the women's concentration camp Ravensbrück and its annex camps. An art project by Pat Binder
The slowest and longest music piece ever heard, performed for 639 years in Halberstadt, Germany. Information, photos, video.
Africa in and out of Africa. New and extended presentation of the landmark exhibition, curated by Salah Hassan and Olu Oguibe.
Works from the Sharjah Art Foundation Collection. 28 Oct. 2022 - 12 March 2023, Deichtorhallen Hamburg. Curator: Omar Kholeif.
Presentation of the Museum in Birzeit, Ramallah, Palestine, and the exhibition "A People by the Sea: Narratives of the Palestinian Coast."
Located in the Pergamon Museum, it is the oldest museum of Islamic art outside the Islamic world and one of the largest collections of its kind worldwide.
Photographic project by the Palestinian/Kuwaiti artist dedicated to the Abu Dhabi Archipelago. On view at Louvre Abu Dhabi, 18 Nov. 2021 - 27 March 2022.
2010 in Berlin. Works by El Anatsui, Zarina Bhimji, António Ole, Yinka Shonibare, Pascale Marthine Tayou. Curators: U. Kittelmann, Chika Okeke-Agulu, Britta Schmitz.
Articles about the artist, informative photo tours through some exhibitions, and her works in different areas of UiU.
Comprehensive documentation of the exhibition dedicated to the artist. Sharjah Art Foundation, UAE, 2018-19. Curator: Hoor Al Qasimi
Art and culture in Morocco’s urban centres. 31 March - 27 Sept. 2021, Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid. Curators: Manuel Borja-Villel, Abdellah Karroum.
Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa 1945 - 1994. African Art and History, 2001 - 2002. Curator: Okwui Enwezor.
The large retrospective at the MAMU, Bogotá, presents her sharp and thoughtful work, deeply rooted in its social and epochal context.
Refugees with Syrian or Iraqi backgrounds as museum mediators present their favorite objects, and what these mean for them and for the groups they guide.
Art Exhibition at various Heritage Sites in Malta. Curator: Rosa Martinez. Part of Valletta 2018 European Capital of Culture. Comprehensive documentation
Subjectivities and politics of domination in relation to sex, gender, social class and ethnicity. July - Octobre 2017, MetQUITO, Ecuador. Curator: Rosa Martínez.
The Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires, including an interview with collector and founder Eduardo Costantini, and a visual tour through the exhibition Verboamérica.
Special feature of the gallery with spaces in Istanbul and Berlin, including an interview with Moiz Zilberman, and presentations of some exhibitions and artists.
The UiU Special presents all the art fairs and a selection of 31 exhibitions - photo tours, including texts, venues, maps, information on artworks and artists, etc.
Works by ten Colombian artists, curated by Hans-Michael Herzog. Inaugural exhibition at Casa Daros, Rio de Janeiro, 2013; Casa Daros closed in Dec. 2015.
Art Worlds After 1989. Sept. 2011 - Febr. 2012, ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany. Curators: Andrea Buddensieg, Peter Weibel.
2009 - 2011, touring exhibition. The Art of the Independence: Contemporary Ecos. Artists from Latin America and Germany.
A tour through exhibitions, museums and art spaces in Buenos Aires in September 2010 - 16 stations, more than 200 photos and lots of information.
March - April 2010, art project in Valparaíso, Chile. 24 participants from Latin America and Spain. Curators: Jorge Díez Acón, José Roca
Sept. 2008 - Jan. 2009, Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin. Works of contemporary art and exhibits from Africa, Asia, Oceania, the tropical America.
March - April 2009, OCA, São Paulo, Brazil. 28 artists from 5 continents reflect on weather extremes and climate anomalies.
March - May 2008, House of World Cultures, Berlin. Exhibition, conference, films. Part of the festival RE ASIA.