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Martin Assig at Küppersmühle Duisburg

Martin Assig at Küppersmühle Duisburg Martin Assig (1959) has a large retrospective exhibition entitled Weil ich Mensch bin (Because I am Human) at Museum Küppersmühle, Duisburg, Germany. On show are over 450 drawings, paintings and works on paper that give on insight in the development of the artist’s work form the 1990’s till the present.…

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Marcel van Eeden at Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe

Marcel van Eeden at Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe Marcel van Eeden (1965) exhibits at the Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe where his work is shown alongside the graphics and drawings by Karl Hubbuch (1891–1979) in the exhibition Drawing Rooms. Both artists have a connection with the Kunstakademie Karlsruhe. Karl Hubbuch was a professor there until 1933, because of…

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Elmar Trenkwalder at Museum Beelden aan Zee

Elmar Trenkwalder at Beelden aan Zee Elmar Trenkwalder (1959) has a comprehensive solo exhibition entitled Garden of Earthly Delights at Museum Beelden aan Zee. Austrian sculptor/ceramist Trenkwalder is known for his ceramic sculptures in which architecture, nature and eroticism merge into an intriguing blend. For the exhibition Elmar Trenkwalder created an immense new ceramic work…

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Susanna Inglada Papertrails

Susanna Inglada, Papertrails in Kunstlinie Almere Susanna Inglada (1983) exhibits at Kunstlinie Almere together with Bente Wilms (1994). In the exhibition Papertrails, Susanna Inglada shows work on paper and new textile works that she developed earlier this year in a residency in textile lab Lottozero in Prato, Italy. During her studies at the HKU, Bente…

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Marcel van Eeden at Van Goghmuseum

The Gasworks: Van Eeden & Van Gogh In the Van Gogh Museum Marcel van Eeden (1965) exhibits gum bichromate photos and drawings inspired by a drawing Vincent van Gogh made in 1882 of the gasworks in The Hague. Van Eeden has an apartment near the site where the factory once stood. For the project, he…

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Zeger Reyers in Royal Encounters

Zeger Reyers in Royal Encounters Museum Escher in het Paleis invited ten artists from The Hague to create a graphic work in which they reflect on Lange Voorhout Palace and its former resident Queen Mother Emma. Zeger Reyers (1966) made a work entitled Whisper Horse, in which Emma’s love for embroidery and horses is central.…

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Bee Embassy Zeger Reyers

In the gardens at Castellum De Hoge Woerd, NL, Zeger Reyers (1966) created the Bee Embassy in collaboration with Tim Joye of Reaktor 21 and Superuse Architects.

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Paul van der Eerden & Romy Muijrers in Kunstmuseum Bochum

Paul van der Eerden en Romy Muijrers in Kunstmuseum Bochum Paul van der Eerden (1954) and Romy Muijrers (1990) participate in the exhibition The Murmuring of the Collection with a series of their collaborative Suite drawings at the Kunstmuseum Bochum, Germany. In the exhibition director Noor Mertens and curator Sepp Hiekisch-Picard have grouped works from…

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Cedric ter Bals in Paper Biënnale Rijswijk

Paper Biënnale Rijswijk 2022 Cedric ter Bals (1990) participates in the Paper Biennale Rijswijk 2022 in which transition is the main subject. The artists were asked to respond to the changes we undergo in politics, society and the environment. Cedric ter Bals premiered his mesmerizing tryptich Der Siegeszug der A7V – Ode an Roald. He…

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Dieter Mammel at Meno Parkas Gallery, Kaunas

Dieter Mammel (1965) has a solo entitled Transit at the Meno Parkas Gallery in Kaunas, Lithuania. In his paintings Mammel deals with the theme of the refugee and the displaced but also about identity and the transition from one culture to another.

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