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'The ambivalence between real and fake, present and past, marketing and historical responsibility as well as the often controversial human concerns of the 21st century are the main subjects in the work of Simon Fujiwara. Fujiwara's largest and most ambitious installation to date – a full reconstruction of the Anne...
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'Hanging Gardens presents a fragmented landscape designed by Martin Boyce into which he integrated more than thirty works dating from between 2004 and 2018. The beholder contemplating the scenery might almost be looking at the last traces of human existence and the relics of an imaginary utopia that has outgrown...
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'The work of Angela Bulloch (*1966, Rainy River, Canada, currently based in Berlin) spans many media, manifesting her interest in systems, patterns and rules, as well as her preoccupation with the history of shapes and human interaction. Since 2014, a new series of sculptures have taken the logic of geometry...
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'Produced on the occasion of Ann Veronica Janssens' first exhibition in the Nordic countries, in Kiasma, this monograph focuses on an essential aspect of her practice: the exploration of luminous matter. It brings together installation views from the last twenty years as well as essays on the artist's examination of...
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'While surely not constituting an exhaustive and concluding portrait of the artist’s practice, this book aims at presenting a solid sample of the artist’s conceptual universe by pairing images with texts, which do not analyse the artist’s practice rather build an expanded system of alliances and significations. In this sense,...
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'Ryan Gander's work ranges across a dizzying spectrum of forms and ideas. His meticulously researched projects - which have included such diverse conceptual gestures as an invented word, a chess set, a television script, and a children's book – engage familiar historical narratives and cultural paradigms only to unravel their...
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