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ALMINE RECH GALLERY, Bruxelles presents
ZIAD ANTAR Ziad Antar, Untitled 1, series Cactus, Lebaa, Lebanon, 2014 22 January - 28 February, 2015

In the face of the porosity of boundaries, Ziad Antar’s discourse aims to inscribe itself in a dynamic interaction of places, cultures, memories and disciplines. These boundaries are always present in his photographs, videos and sculptures, yet how does he manage to address, through multiple back-and-forth movements, the outside space (public space) and the inside space (private space), past and present, otherness and identity?

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Welcome to Art Rotterdam 2015 | 5 - 8 February Welcome to Art Rotterdam - The fair to discover young art 5 - 8 February 2015

Welcome to Art Rotterdam
The fair to discover young art

Location: Van Nellefabriek

Le Monde: ‘Art Rotterdam est sans doute une des meilleures foires du moment’
‘Art Rotterdam is without a doubt one of the best fairs of this moment’

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Barbara Gross Galerie, Munich presents
SIMONE LANZENSTIEL Simone Lanzenstiel, Untitled (1495), 2014 19 December, 2014 - 7 February, 2015

For her new exhibition Simone Lanzenstiel combines works on canvas with wall paintings expanding the latter by various elements into the gallery space. This way the artist creates a ‘swork-space’s where the painting leaves its two-dimensionality. Among acrylic and aerosol paint she appropiates different materials such as wood laths, non-woven fabric, tape and paper columns as alternative media which then also operate as lines and forms within the room

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Open call for the KÖLNER LISTE 2015 Open call for the KÖLNER LISTE 2015 April 16-19, 2015

Parallel to ART COLOGNE and within walking distance, the KÖLNER LISTE will be held at The New Yorker | DOCK.ONE from April 16th to 19th, 2015. After a successful start in 2014, the BERLINER LISTE’s little sister will again be promoted as a modestly-sized forum for fresh, contemporary art with high collector potential. The spotlight will be on emerging, promising artists whose work is still in a reasonable price bracket.

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Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver presents
a unique art-dance commission John Wood and Paul Harrison, Bored Astronauts on the Moon, production still, 2011

The CAG and Ballet BC in association with the Art|Basel Crowdfunding Initiative are excited to announce a new project.

Selected by an independent jury for Art|Basel’s curated page on Kickstarter, we are commissioning visual artists John Wood and Paul Harrison to team with the renowned dancers of Ballet BC, to produce a collaborative cross-disciplinary performance combining the very best in both contemporary dance and visual art.

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Frith Street Gallery, London presents
DANIEL SILVER Daniel Silver, Rock Formations 16 January- 28 February, 2015

Rock Formations is composed of a series of monumental sculptural works as well as a number of smaller pieces all of which display the artist’s ongoing obsession with the sculpture of the ancient world. The art of ancient Greece is particularly important in Silver’s practice and many of the works in this exhibition have evolved from the study of statues and busts in the National Archeological Museum of Athens.

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Johnen Galerie, Berlin presents
MARTIN BOYCE Martin Boyce, A Passageway for the Sky, 2014 28 November - 24 January, 2014

Martin Boyce’s sculptures, photographs and installations are informed by his involvement with Modern art, architecture and design. Boyce compresses the gap between utopian ideals and the reality of Modern visions into dark and poetic images

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