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Puck Verkade

Group exhibition 16e Biennale de Lyon, Manifesto of Fragility Lyon, France 14 September – 31 December 2022   Group exhibition Fun Feminism Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland 24 September 2022 – 22 January 2023   Group exhibition Reproduction Otherwise MU, Eindhoven, Netherlands 7 October – 27 November 2022

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Alejandra Venegas

Solo exhibition Nubada Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City, Mexico 3 September – 22 October 2022   Group exhibition Bitácoras, Colección Fundación Casa Wabi Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Querétaro, Mexico 24 June – 25 September 2022

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Alexandre Lavet’s work constantly seems to hover on the verge of presence and disappearance. He plays with the apparent homogeneity of exhibition spaces to uncover the details that mark the uniqueness and specificity of each place. It is these particularities that Lavet wants to bring to light, thereby slowing down the viewers’ gaze and making […]

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Frontspace: Worms

In his artistic practice Polish artist Piotr Łakomy explores the relationship between the human body, architecture, and the environment. For his first solo exhibition in The Netherlands he will present a new series of intimate works, some of which contain silkworm cocoons.  Łakomy is known for using both organic and industrial materials in his work, […]

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With Sighs Too Deep for Words

Lennart Lahuis’ third solo exhibition at Dürst Britt & Mayhew brings together three distinct bodies of works, in which present, past, and future appear to be collapsing into each other and different technological eras converge. Firstly there is ‘Astromelancholia’, an astronomical clock that connects various contemporary images with the course of the planets in our […]

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Frontspace: Shoeglazing

Shoeglazing brings together a ceramic body of work by ten artists in an exhibition that blends the vague borders between gallery space and high end storefront. On display are over 60 ceramic shoes, both individual and pairs. Shoeglazing features more and less recent work by Verena Blok, Dorota Jurczak, Michael Portnoy, Koen Taselaar, Ola Vasiljeva and […]