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Umut Yasat in group show “Re.Use“ at Kunstmuseum Heidenheim

Umut Yasat in group show “Re.Use“ at Kunstmuseum Heidenheim

Every year, the art museum presents an exhibition on various sculptural materials in the venerable Hellenstein Castle during the summer months. In 2024, the focus is on different combinations of materials. What happens when artists take existing, already used, sometimes worthless (everyday) objects and give them a new life? The results are colorful, surprising, moving, but above all one thing: sustainable.

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Aïcha Khorchid in group exhibition at Albertina Modern, Vienna

Aïcha Khorchid in group exhibition at Albertina Modern, Vienna

The exhibition The Beauty of Diversity presents the rich depth and breadth of the ALBERTINA Museum’s contemporary collections while demonstrating the essential turn toward women and LGBTQIA+ artists, people of color, aboriginal artistic stances, and autodidacts, all of whose works stand out before the contrasting foil of the Old Masters.

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Idowu Oluwaseun's solo exhibition at Mazovian Centre Contemporary of Art „Elektrownia”, Radom (PL)

Idowu Oluwaseun's solo exhibition at Mazovian Centre Contemporary of Art „Elektrownia”, Radom (PL)

Idowu Oluwaseun's solo exhibition 'A Coloured Story' is on view at Mazovian Centre Contemporary of Art „Elektrownia”, Radom (PL) from February 2nd to March 24th.

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NEW ARRIVAL

Fangor After Guggenheim

Published in collaboration with the Fangor Foundation, this second catalogue on Wojciech Fangor’s work is dedicated to the artist’s career after his solo exhibition at New York’s Guggenheim Museum. Reconsidered, this was not only a significant moment of his career, but also as a milestone that indicates a change of direction in his subsequent artistic practice. Fangor After Guggenheim contains essays by the art critics Dominic Eichler, Pamela Hansford, and Darla Migan, each focussing on a series or an element of Fangor’s artistic interest.

<em>Fangor After Guggenheim</em>