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Tony Cruz Pabon
Parallel Crossings / Artefact 2019
Feb 21 – Mar 19, 2019 / STUK
Human beings, nature, money, data, goods, all around us, everything is continuously in flux. Through factual and imaginary movements in time and space, worlds find their ever-changing forms.
ARTPIL / Prescription .084
State of Emergence
On this day in history, U.S. postal service is created, Austria declares bankruptcy, Futurist Manifesto is out in France, Kepler-37b is discovered, The Met opens its doors, and Ansel Adams is born.
Alex Majoli / Scene
Alex Majoli / Scene
Book Release / Exhibit Feb 22, 2019
For eight years, across several countries and continents, Alex Majoli has photographed events and non-events, political demonstrations, humanitarian emergencies and quiet moments of daily life.
Alan Reynolds
Alan Reynolds / A Small Retrospective
Through Apr 18, 2019 / Annely Juda Fine Art
Celebrated from the outset, Reynolds turns his back on popularity, quietly pursuing his inner convictions, spending a lifetime investigating the interplay of horizontal and vertical, shadow and light.
Tony Cruz Pabon
Parallel Crossings / Artefact 2019
Feb 21 – Mar 19, 2019 / STUK
Human beings, nature, money, data, goods, all around us, everything is continuously in flux. Through factual and imaginary movements in time and space, worlds find their ever-changing forms.
ARTPIL / Prescription .084
State of Emergence
On this day in history, U.S. postal service is created, Austria declares bankruptcy, Futurist Manifesto is out in France, Kepler-37b is discovered, The Met opens its doors, and Ansel Adams is born.
Alex Majoli / Scene
Alex Majoli / Scene
Book Release / Exhibit Feb 22, 2019
For eight years, across several countries and continents, Alex Majoli has photographed events and non-events, political demonstrations, humanitarian emergencies and quiet moments of daily life.
Alan Reynolds
Alan Reynolds / A Small Retrospective
Through Apr 18, 2019 / Annely Juda Fine Art
Celebrated from the outset, Reynolds turns his back on popularity, quietly pursuing his inner convictions, spending a lifetime investigating the interplay of horizontal and vertical, shadow and light.
in the shelter of the fold / epilogue
Winter/Spring Season 2019: BAM
Through June 2019
The infectious Brazilian stylings of Grupo Corpo. The return of William Christie’s ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Superstar director Ivo van Hove reimagines an obscure Czech opera. And so much more.
Anna-Eva Bergman
From North to South, Rhythms / Anna-Eva Bergman
Through May 5, 2019 / Bombas Gens
Anna-Eva Bergman’s painting is inseparable from that experience of the world and from the enigma of its existence, both a wall erected in front of us and a horizon line that flees in the distance.
Hans Lannér
Conceptions / Hans Lannér
Through Mar 2, 2019 / Galleri Magnus Karlsson
If you repeat a word long enough, the meaning will disappear, and left is only a sound. Same thing happens if you look at an object for a long time. Shape and colour remain.– Hans Lannér
Tony Cruz Pabon
Parallel Crossings / Artefact 2019
Feb 21 – Mar 19, 2019 / STUK
Human beings, nature, money, data, goods, all around us, everything is continuously in flux. Through factual and imaginary movements in time and space, worlds find their ever-changing forms.
ARTPIL / Prescription .084
State of Emergence
On this day in history, U.S. postal service is created, Austria declares bankruptcy, Futurist Manifesto is out in France, Kepler-37b is discovered, The Met opens its doors, and Ansel Adams is born.
Alex Majoli / Scene
Alex Majoli / Scene
Book Release / Exhibit Feb 22, 2019
For eight years, across several countries and continents, Alex Majoli has photographed events and non-events, political demonstrations, humanitarian emergencies and quiet moments of daily life.
Alan Reynolds
Alan Reynolds / A Small Retrospective
Through Apr 18, 2019 / Annely Juda Fine Art
Celebrated from the outset, Reynolds turns his back on popularity, quietly pursuing his inner convictions, spending a lifetime investigating the interplay of horizontal and vertical, shadow and light.
in the shelter of the fold / epilogue
Winter/Spring Season 2019: BAM
Through June 2019
The infectious Brazilian stylings of Grupo Corpo. The return of William Christie’s ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Superstar director Ivo van Hove reimagines an obscure Czech opera. And so much more.
Anna-Eva Bergman
From North to South, Rhythms / Anna-Eva Bergman
Through May 5, 2019 / Bombas Gens
Anna-Eva Bergman’s painting is inseparable from that experience of the world and from the enigma of its existence, both a wall erected in front of us and a horizon line that flees in the distance.
Hans Lannér
Conceptions / Hans Lannér
Through Mar 2, 2019 / Galleri Magnus Karlsson
If you repeat a word long enough, the meaning will disappear, and left is only a sound. Same thing happens if you look at an object for a long time. Shape and colour remain.– Hans Lannér