If It’s Too Long—Make It Longer by Thomas Bayrle at MAK

If It’s Too Long—Make It Longer by Thomas Bayrle at MAK

25 October '17 - 2 April '18

In his solo exhibition that reflects the MAK Collection, Thomas Bayrle (born in Berlin in 1937) combines traditional craft techniques with the computer-generated art of the Information Age. Using the metaphors of dyeing, weaving, and programming, Bayrle explores the ambivalence of art, craft, and industry and gives rise to kaleidoscopic shapes—Mass Ornaments.

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PAN Amsterdam is the leading Dutch art fair of today for art, antiques and design

PAN Amsterdam is the leading Dutch art fair of today for art, antiques and design

19-26 November '17

From 19 to 26 November 2017, around 110 gallery owners, antique dealers and art dealers will be selling the finest at the RAI conference centre in Amsterdam. From Egyptian sarcophagi to Picassos and furniture by Gerrit Rietveld, our dealers'collections span a period of 5,000 years. The mix and match of different disciplines excites the senses of fledgling buyers and seasoned collectors alike.

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Olivier Gagnère "New Works" at Galerie kreo London

Olivier Gagnère "New Works" at Galerie kreo London

2 November '17 - 22 January '18

Galerie kreo presents "New Works" by contemporary ceramicist Olivier Gagnère.

“French designer Olivier Gagnère has an original place in contemporary design. He breaks with the conventions of geometry and evokes a new balance that gives his creations a unique personality. Gagnère effortlessly writes a new text with traditional vocabulary. With a slight “twist”, he creates forms that catch the eye, evoke an emotion, and question the memory.

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A New Domestic Landscape at Cranbrook Art Museum

A New Domestic Landscape at Cranbrook Art Museum

12 May '17 - 14 January '18

A New Domestic Landscape examines the role of designed objects that define and animate our interior environments. The exhibition features contemporary furniture and furnishings by recent alumni and Artists-in-Residence of Cranbrook Academy of Art that challenge conventions of use, explore new materials and techniques, and blur the boundaries between art, craft, and design.

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SuperDesign, a survey of Italian Radical Design from 1965-1975 at R & Company

SuperDesign, a survey of Italian Radical Design from 1965-1975 at R & Company

7 November '17 - 4 January '18

R & Company presents SuperDesign, a survey of Italian Radical Design from 1965-1975, curated by freelance journalist and independent design curator Maria Cristina Didero. The exhibition has been over a decade in the making and has come together through extensive research, passionate collecting and frequent trips to Italy to interview protagonists of the movement.

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Tanya Aguiñiga REINDIGENIZING THE SELF at Volume Gallery

Tanya Aguiñiga REINDIGENIZING THE SELF at Volume Gallery

3 November - 31 December '17

Volume Gallery is pleased to announce its third solo exhibition with Tanya Aguiñiga, Reindigenizing the Self at 1709 W Chicago Ave, Chicago IL, 60622.

“How do the liminal land?”

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Displacements: Architecture and Refugee by Andrew Herscher

Displacements: Architecture and Refugee by Andrew Herscher

DeTnk Bookshelf

In architectural history, just as in global politics, refugees have tended to exist as mere human surplus; histories of architecture, then, have usually reproduced the nation-state’s exclusion of refugees as people out of place.

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 Sheila Hicks: Stones of Peace at Alison Jacques Gallery

Sheila Hicks: Stones of Peace at Alison Jacques Gallery

4 October - 11 November '17

Alison Jacques Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Sheila Hicks: Stones of Peace. This is the artist’s second exhibition at the gallery following Pêcher dans la Rivière (2013).

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