LISA GLAUER // Magdalena Kallenberger 

exhibition, Ctrl+Alt+Del’ She Said.

31 March – 27 April 2019

Opening: 30 March 2019, 7 - 10 PM

alpha nova & futura, Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 berlin

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Imran Channa

exhibition, short festival

Akademie Schloss Solitude

13. March - 14. April 2019

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AnNette cords

SPring/break art show NYC

during Armory Art Week 5. March - 11. March 2019

at 866 United Nations Plaza, New York

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GUDRUN PETERSDORFF

Wechselspiel

4D Projektort der BBK Leipzig

9. March - 6. April 2019

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Gudrun Petersdorff

capsule #1 

Galerie Intershop interdisciplinaire

23. February – 30. March 2019

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Gudrun Petersdorff

Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig

20. FebruarY- 7. April 2019

 
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Gudrun Petersdorff

Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz

26. January - 22. April

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Tatjana Schülke

Inside Out

Kunsthaus Dahlem, Berlin

18. January - 8. April 2019

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Newspaper Publication: Der Tagesspiegel

Tatjana Schülke

Künstlerhaus Dahlem, Berlin

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Anette cords

TELL US PLAINLY WHAT YOU MEAN

Queens Museum, New York

12. January - 10. February 2019

 

TELL US PLAINLY WHAT YOU MEAN

Curated by Tatiana Istomina and Becky Brown

January 12 – February 10, 2019

Opening Reception: January 12th, 6-8PM

Gallery Hours: Saturdays, 12 - 6PM or by appointment

Aquarius Studios | 1116-A Wyckoff Avenue | Ridgewood, NY


Saunter Trek Escort Parade… (S.T.E.P.)

Queens Museum is pleased to announce the next iteration of Saunter Trek Escort Parade… (S.T.E.P.), curated by Christina Freeman,

Emireth Herrera and moira williams.

Opening Reception:

October 28, 12-4PM

Second Sunday Walks: November 11, 1-4PM

Closing Reception: December 2 from 1-4PM

S.T.E.P…. seeks to be an overlapping convergence and entanglement of walking, walk-based works and programing, mobilizing throughout New York. S.T.E.P… embraces the many ways and bodies we walk while asking how walking as a creative act can challenge notions and open conversations around visibility, gender, labor, exploration, counter-mapping, colonialism, feminism, motherhood, contesting borders, community building, calling out gentrification, street harassment, (dis)ability, carbon debt, who sets the pace and measurement of the world, the power of dreams, and our entanglements between all of these and one another.