Bodies of Water exhibition departs from the work of posthumanist feminist thinker Astrida Neimanis, of which it takes the name and critical perspective. It features the works of geographer Sofia Gavrilova and artists Giovanni Vetere, and Maaike Anne Stevens curated by Sasha Burkhanova-Khabadze. The exhibition is proudly hosted by EXPOSED ARTS PROJECTS, a new art organisation in Kensington, set up to exhibit, promote and support the research-led artistic and curatorial practices.
In her work, Cécile B. Evans examines the significance and role of emotion in contemporary societies as well as the increasing influence of new technologies on our feelings and actions. For her forthcoming show at mumok, Evans creates an architectural video installation. AMOS’ WORLD is conceived as a television show set in a socially progressive housing estate.
Art+Text Budapest is pleased to present a selection of paintings by one of the witnesses of the Budapest underground, Tibor Sóskuti, a.k.a. SOSO, from the period between 1983-1986. The show is part of the gallery's program that aims to rediscover Hungarian painting of the 80s.
Tobias Zielony‘s new work produced in Ukraine between 2016 and 2017 focuses on the underground queer and techno scene in Kyiv in the aftermath of the 2013 revolution.
Wschód is pleased to announce the first solo show of Jan Domicz - not only at the gallery but also in Warsaw.
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