Rodríguez Gallery in Poznan presents a solo exhibition by Jimena Kato.
Galleria Massimodeluca presents Mandragola, a two-person show by Agostino Bergamaschi and Paolo Brambilla. On the occasion of this show the two artists interpret the gallery’s new venue as a stage where their works function as the scenery and actors of a drama receptive to contamination.
The first exhibition event of Jindřich Chalupecký Society in 2019 is the exhibition entitled (Dis)connection opened on the first February weekend (Feb 2, 2019) in Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, the Netherlands. The exhibition presents a wide range of artistic media, with installations, sculptures and video works by eleven international artists, including the finalists of the past editions of Jindřich Chalupecký Award and other artists working on the Czech art scene.
Founded in 2012 by Liv Vaisberg, Edouard Meier and Pieter Vermeulen and grown over the years into the leading critical fair for contemporary art in Belgium, POPPOSITIONS presents its 8th edition, Capital of Woke. It takes place from 25 to 28 April 2019 during the Art Brussels Week, under the direction of Rachelle Dufour and, for the third year, under the artistic direction of Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk, curator and writer at The Office for Curating (NL). For this edition, Lekkerkerk has devised the framework Capital of Woke for which art initiatives were invited to submit a proposal.
Galerie Coucou presents ‘Rübe und Stapel’: a duo exhibition by Anna Holzhauer and Charlotte Mumm.
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