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    Edi Hila
    Edi Hila / Al di là del vetro
    Nov 25, 2021 – Feb 26, 2022

    In Edi Hila’s painting, time meets space. His understanding of photography, which is often at the origin of his creative process, as something that is not a mere duplicate of reality, was crucial.

    Georg Baselitz
    Baselitz – The Retrospective
    Oct 20, 2021 - Mar 7, 2022

    This retrospective brings together his masterpieces of the last six decades, revealing his most striking creative periods: from the first paintings and the Pandemonium manifesto to the Heroes series.

    Marion S. Trikosko
    Martin Luther King Jr.
    MLK & the Civil Rights Movement

    American civil inequities have been transformed into legal institutionalized violence and continues today; the very notion of equality as an ideal coming under attack, even by its very governing body.

    Year End 2021
    This Triumphant Nothingness

    Once again we arrive at the end of another year. 2021 was a year replete with contradictions and conflict, tension and turmoil. Two years since the start of the pandemic, a return to normal eludes us.

    Emin Mathers
    Bayil – Behind The Hills
    Bayil, Baku / Ongoing Project

    On the horizon of the district between old, handmade fences and the sky, you can see the newly built glass skyscrapers in the bright light of the coastal center of the city, as if portending future.

    Peter Kennard
    On Hannah Arendt
    Eight Proposals For Exhibition

    Richard Saltoun’s year-long program On Hannah Arendt looks to one of the most important thinkers of the post-war generation to confront some of the most pressing socio-political issues of our time.