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Fransje Killaars, Artist’s Book, NAI010 Publishers, 2012, Photo: Bettina Brach

The Use of Color. Nan Groot Antink und Fransje Killaars

Cabinet exhibition in the Centre for Artists' Publications

The different use of color is the theme of the two Dutch artists Nan Groot Antink and Fransje Killaars. In the works of Nan Groot Antink (*1954), colours appear in their purest form, while Fransje Killaars (*1959) uses textiles as carrier of color.
09.07.2022 - 22.01.2023
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Miti Ruangkritya, Thai Politics no.2 vol. 1, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011, Archiv Zentrum für Künstlerpublikationen

UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN. Place-Making in Southeast Asia

Exhibition at the Centre for Artists' Publications

The exhibition takes the act of writing as a starting point to reflect on a variety of recent art practices in and around Southeast Asia, focusing on the complexity of reading, performing, understanding, and translating these texts. On view is a wide selection of artists' books, as well as artists' magazines, prints and graphic works, artists' postcards, multiples, radio art, records, and CDs.
09.09.2022 - 12.02.2023
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Sturtevant, Warhol Flowers, 1964-1968, Courtesy SÛ Collection

The Way We Are 4.0

The Way We Are 4.0 brings together some one hundred works from more than eighty artists and artist groups from different eras and contexts. Five thematic areas spread across 2,500 m² convey insights into international art from the 1960s to the present day: Worlds of the Body, Views of Germany, Aesthetic Objection, Displaced Everyday Life, and Minimalistic Tendencies. These thematic classifications are complemented by a series of artist spaces and an extraordinary art bar consisting of a former film set. This gives rise to unexpected readings of the art of our current era with respect to all the media.
08.10.2022 - 13.08.2023
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Igor Grubić, Bicycle and Flag, 366 Liberation Rituals, 2008 - 2009, Courtesy Art Collection Telekom
Igor Grubić, Bicycle and Flag, 366 Liberation Rituals, 2008 - 2009, Courtesy Art Collection Telekom

What is the Proper Way to Display a Flag?

Flags are vividly expressive political symbols that are used in many different ways in artistic works. They stand for shared, communal convictions and values, emphasize national sovereignty, mark territorial borders, enclose and exclude. But flags are also used for protest and resistance. The exhibition What is the Proper Way to Display a Flag? focuses on international positions from an international context and endeavors, by means of contemporary artistic production, to reflect upon the significance, impact and utilization of flags. Questions concerning our various conceptions of identity, nation, and provenance come into view.
19.11.2022 - 23.04.2023
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