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  • London Tube Map by Geta Brătescu

    For the 28th edition of the pocket Tube map, Art on the Underground have commissioned Romanian artist Geta Brătescu to create a new artwork – marking the nonagenarian artist’s first public commission in the UK.

     

     

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    London Tube Map by Geta Brătescu
  • Geta Brătescu in "Multiply, Identify, Her"

    This exhibition features an intergenerational group of women artists whose work explores representations of identity. Working in photography, video, and film, through assemblage, collage, multipart portraiture, and the use of avatars both analogue and digital, these artists reckon with the complex and changeable elements that inform who we are.

     

    group show

    ICP Museum, New York

    23 May - 02 Sept 2018

     

    www.icp.org

    Geta Brătescu in
  • Virginia Woolf: an exhibition inspired by her writings

    group show with works by over 80 artists, including Geta Brătescu, Laura Knight, Gwen John, Vanessa Bell, Barbara Hepworth, Dora Carrington, etc.

     

    Tate St. Ives, 10 Febr - 29 Apr 2018

     

    Pallant House Gallery, 26 May - 16 Sept 2018

     

     

     

    www.tate.org.uk

    Virginia Woolf: an exhibition inspired by her writings
  • The Trouble with Value

    group show

    Onomatopee, Eindhoven

    Artists: Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan, Rachel Carey, gerlach en koop, Fokus Grupa, Karolina Grzywnowicz, Monique Hendriksen, Gert Jan Kocken in collab. with Arnoud Holleman, Kornel Janczy, Adrian Paci, Feliks Szyszko and Timm Ulrichs.

    Curated by Kris Dittel (Onomatopee) and Krzysztof Sziatka (Bunkier Sztuki).

    21 April - 30 July 2018

    www.onomatopee.net

    The Trouble with Value
  • Manuel Pelmuș: Movements at an Exhibition and Borderlines

    Double lecture performance by Manuel Pelmuș to be held at two different venues simultaneously: Salonul de proiecte and Ivan Gallery, Bucharest



    Wednesday, April 18 2018, 20.00

     

     

    salonuldeproiecte.ro

    Manuel Pelmuș: Movements at an Exhibition and Borderlines

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