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Moving Plants

The group exhibition Moving Plants shows contemporary art in the Palmengarten. For six weeks, visitors will encounter film and sound works, installations, frescoes and performances by nine international artists. In a close exchange with gardeners and botanists of the Palmengarten, new site-specific productions have been created that enter into a dialogue with each other. The […]

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Archive, Gender, History, Talk

HERstory

HERstory Curators zone avec Julie Crenn et Pascal Lièvre Résidence du 21 février au 5 mars Vernissage : vendredi 23 février à 18h30 Exposition du 24 février au 16 mars 2018 Table ronde à l’Institut Français de Rabat : lundi 26 février à 19h, avec Amina Benbouchta, Zoulikha Bouabdellah, Nadia Sabri et Christine Eyene. Présentation des […]

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Archive, Exhibitions, History, Photography

1968: The Fire of Ideas

Lecture by Marcelo Brodsky Artist Marcelo Brodsky will discuss his recent artwork, 1968: The Fire of Ideas, a visual essay using archive material from the social movements of 1968. 1968 was the year the youth from around the world took to the streets to demand greater freedom and a more active participation in the political life […]

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Archive, Art criticism, Conferences, Gender, History

Guest Lecture: Françoise Vergès

Making Histories Visible is pleased to announce a guest lecture by Françoise Vergès, as part of the Distinguished Visitor Programme, at the University of Central Lancashire on Thursday 13 October. An internationally acclaimed political scientist, feminist and author of Reunionese heritage, Françoise Vergès is Chair of Global South(s) at the Collège d’études mondiales, Fondation Maison des sciences […]

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Resonances: second movement

  As part of Le Printemps de Septembre 2016 in Toulouse (France), led by Christian Bernard, Espace Croix-Baragnon is presenting Resonances: Second Movement an exhibition exploring the notion of rhythm in the work of artists from diverse backgrounds. Resonances is the second chapter of the project  All Of Us Have Sense Of Rhythm presented at David […]

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Archive, Sound

Linda O’Keeffe in conversation

Ormston House is pleased to host a conversation between Linda O’Keeffe and Sean Taylor on Thursday 9 June at 6.30pm. Linda O’Keeffe’s newly commissioned work My Voice Is Still Lost was added to the evolving Murder Machine project in May. This project is curated by Christine Eyene in collaboration with Ormston House and in partnership […]

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