Why Is Everything A Rag is the first solo museum exhibition of the Stockholm-based artist Jockum Nordström in the Americas. Children’s books, jazz and blues vinyl covers, collages, drawings, paintings and paper sculptures collected from the start of his career through today, figure in a practice animated by and built of visual vernacular.
Opening alongside Meret Oppenheim in April is No Ordinary Moments, an extensive group exhibition featuring recent acquisitions and picks from EMMA’s collections. The show forms a bridge between Oppenheim’s world and contemporary life with a selection of surrealist-inspired contemporary works celebrating small, everyday miracles. The featured exhibits have an uncanny, otherworldly quality that transcends daily reality and plunges into the depths of the subconscious and unconscious mind.
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Chair, Chair, Chair, Lamp, Table, Bed, Sofa Furniture by Artists
March 17 - April 28, 2018
Opening 16 March 17.00 - 21.00
Group Show | One Long Changing Body*
17 March – 14 April 2018
Opening: Friday, March 16 2018, 6–9 pm
carlier | gebauer is pleased to present One Long Changing Body*, a group exhibition with Jens Fänge, Louis Fratino, Vincent Gicquel, Anton Henning, Tomasz Kowalski, Caroline Mesquita, Apolonia Sokol, and Peter Stauss.
Chemin Papier, l'illustration et ses marges
March 31 – September 16 2018
Opening : Friday, March 30, 6 PM
“In the age of digitalization, the eagle has landed.”
The exhibition The Eagle Has Landed brings together visual artists who share an experimental and open approach to printmaking. The exhibition wishes to examine the ways traditional techniques of printmaking are reinterpreted and altered in the field of contemporary art. Where can contemporary printmaking extend to?
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