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Kim Yong-Ik This is not the answer
Extended until August 24, 2019

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summer break
August 10 – 19, 2019

new publication
"Kim Yong-Ik"
Monograph about Kim Yong-Ik, published by Cahiers d’Art in Paris.
Foreword by Staffan Ahrenberg. English texts by Kim Yong-Ik, Beck Jee-Sock,
Philippe Vergne and an interview with Hans-Ulrich Obrist.
138 pages, 90 color illustrations, softcover. Paris 2019


Art Basel Basel 2019
Booth S18 (Hall 2.1)
June 13–16, 2019
Preview Days June 11–12

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Art Basel | Unlimited
Vaclav Pozarek Eins und Summe

Booth U67 (Hall 1)
June 13–16, 2019
Unlimited Preview Days June 10–12

Art Basel | Film
Michael Rakowitz The Ballad of Special Ops Cody

Short film program ‘Destroy, he said’
Friday, June 14, 2019, 7 – 8 pm
Stadtkino Basel, Klostergasse 5, 4051 Basel

FIAC 2019
October 17–20, 2019
Vernissage October 16


Jimmie Durham will receive the
Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement
of the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia - May You Live In Interesting Times.

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Michael Rakowitz

Whitechapel Gallery, London, U.K.
June 4 – August 25, 2019
Opening Tuesday, June 4
Evening public event with Michael Rakowitz, Thursday, June 6

related events:

Michael Rakowitz in Conversation
Thursday, June 6, 7pm, 2019
Director of Whitechapel Gallery Iwona Blazwick joins Michael Rakowitz in conversation to discuss his work and ideas.

Michael Rakowitz: (G)hosting
Saturday, July 6, 2.30pm, 2019
An afternoon of discussions exploring concepts of history, cultural heritage, appropriation and postcolonial displacements. With Michael Rakowitz, Gareth Brereton and Eleanor Robson.

Michael Rakowitz: Breakups
Thursday, July 18, 7pm, 2019
Fascinated with The Beatles, Michael Rakowitz revisits his 2010 project ‘The Breakup’, in conversation with historian Mark Lewisohn.

Michael Rakowitz
Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square

Michael Rakowitz‘s project from his series "The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist" has been selected for the Four Plinth 2018. His sculpture of the Lamassu, unveiled in London March 28th, 2018 will stand on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square until March 2020.

Michael Rakowitz talks to Peter Aspden Master of Reinvention in: FT Magazine, June 1/2, 2019, p. 26-23

Haegue Yang
has a space in the group show
"And Berlin Will Always Need You. Kunst, Handwerk und Konzept Made in Berlin"
Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany
Until June 16, 2019

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