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Selection of past institutional solo and group exhibitions

‘WBS70 fünfzig Jahre danach 1970–2020’

ZHANNA KADYROVA ‘Second Hand’ 2019. Photo: Rémi Lavalle

30/10/2020

‘WBS70 fünfzig Jahre danach 1970–2020’

ZHANNA KADYROVA

group exhibition

Kunst.off Plattenbau

Kunsthaus Raskolnikow

Dresden, Germany

http://kunstoffplattenbau.de/

The Ukrainian artist, Zhanna Kadyrova, known for her work in reusing ceramic tiles, presents photographs and installation in this group exhibition which examines the subject of industrial housing in the pre-1990 era, promoting an exchange between artists from different countries and seeing what discourse emerges from artists who have experience in, what is now today, Western Europe and the former Eastern Bloc.

30/10/2020 - 18/12/2020

ORNAGHI & PRESTINARI ‘Tre Vani’

ORNAGHI & PRESTINARI ‘Disegno di studio per Tre Vani’ 2020

17/10/2020

ORNAGHI & PRESTINARI ‘Tre Vani’

solo show

curated by Jessica Bianchera

Spazio Cordis

preview: 17 October 2020 | 11am

Via Archimede 8, Molle, VR, Italy

opening: 17 October 2020 | 6pm

Via Andrea Doria 21A, Verona, VR, Italy

https://spaziocordis.com/

Ornaghi & Prestinari present ‘Tre Vani’ a solo show consisting of new works that have been conceived with the artists’ usual attention and sensibility for material, with some works using Black Marquinia Marble and others having been made in collaboration with an artisanal natural stone manufacturer.

17/10/2020 - 28/11/2020

Manifesta 13

Credit: Art Action Change

16/10/2020

Manifesta 13

ILYA & EMILIA KABAKOV, MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO

Marseille, France

Infinite Village, part of Manifesta 13 | Les Parallèles du Sud

Concept by: Cora Von Zezchwitz & Tilman

Artistic Direction: Francisca Viudes

https://manifesta13.org/projects/infinite-village/

Taking place in two different venues: the 109 and the Windsor Hotel, the ‘Infinite Village’ is a social, collective and architectural sculpture that looks to incite the idea of commonality by coming to cities in various forms and offering activities to be shared with residents and international guests alike.

16/10/2020 - 30/11/2020

KIKI SMITH ‘Hearing You with My Eyes’

KIKI SMITH ‘Compass’ 2017. Photo: Ela Bialkowska, OKNO Studio

09/10/2020

KIKI SMITH ‘Hearing You with My Eyes’

solo show

curated by Laurence Schmidlin

Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts

Place de la Gare 16

Lausanne, Switzerland

https://www.mcba.ch/expositions/kiki-smith/

Almost 100 works make up Kiki Smith’s solo show which goes through 40 years of the artist’s career. In this exhibition a central theme is explored: sensorial perception. These works, as well as this, explore the human body, its function, its symbolic meaning, its social status and its many representations.

09/10/2020 – 10/01/2021

‘100 Drawings from Now’

NEDKO SOLAKOV ‘A Man Searching for…’ 2020

07/10/2020

‘100 Drawings from Now’

NEDKO SOLAKOV

group exhibition

curated by Claire Gilman, Rosario Güiraldes and Laura Hoptman

The Drawing Center

New York, USA

https://drawingcenter.org/exhibitions/100-drawings-from-now

‘100 Drawings from Now’ provides a snapshot of artistic production in uncertain and unsettling times resulting from the various health and economic crises we have gone through in this last year. An international group of artists show their drawings made since the start of this year, 2020, highlighting many recogniseable states of being, moods and emotions.

07/10/2020 - 17/01/2021

'CUBA TALKS'

YOAN CAPOTE ‘Autorretrato (estudio de resistencia’ 2019 (detail). Photo: Ela Bialkowska, OKNO Studio

03/10/2020

'CUBA TALKS'

group exhibition

La Commanderie de Peyrassol

RN7 - 83340 Flassans-sur-Issole, France

in collaboration with Galleria Continua

https://www.peyrassol.com/

Inspired by the book “Cuba Talks” by Jerôme Sans and Laura Salas Redondo, the exhibition will present the extremely lively Cuban contemporary art scene through the works of Alejandro Campins, Iván Capote, Yoan Capote, Elizabet Cerviño, Carlos Garaicoa, Osvaldo González, Luis López-Chávez, José Mesías, Susana Pilar, José Yaque.

03/10/2020 — 26/12/2020