Lovers without Mausoleum

Iran, Isfahan | Dovecot | 2017

Paper | Hepta Gallery

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Parper

A performance by Mahmoud Maktabi

Thursday, November 23, 2017 | 6 PM | Hepta Gallery

The Paper has been something significant always for me, especially when they’ve been renamed: Letter, Verdict, Book, Map, Photo and…. Papers are white to be neutral, to be ready for writing, sketching, tearing, cutting, wrapping and transforming to newspapers and declaration or… some of these papers have been became scarce for what they’re carrying and some are being burnt for the same reason... Continue reading→

GNAP Lithuania 2017

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Tree of Life | Lithuania 2017

Exhibition: Ciurlionis National Art Museum | Kaunas 2017.09.31

The Global Nomadic Art Project (GNAP) 2017, initiated 2013 by Yatoo, Korea, took place in Europe after having toured South Africa in 2016, India in 2015 and Korea in 2014. Starting in July 2017 invited artists have created land art installations for two weeks each in Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Germany, France, Lithuania and... Continue reading→ 

57th Venice biennale

NSK State Pavilion | 57th Venice Biennale 

11 May – 15 July 2017

Commissioned by artist collective IRWIN (Dušan Mandič, Miran Mohar, Andrej Savski, Roman Uranjek and Borut Vogelnik), the project is curated by Zdenka Badovinac and Charles Esche, and is directed by Mara Ambrožič.

NSK State in Time is delighted to announce the launch of the NSK State Pavilion, occurring in the context of the 57th Venice Biennale, which will open with an inaugural lecture by prolific philosopher, psychoanalyst and critic Slavoj Žižek. The NSK State Pavilion will provide an added and new dimension... Continue reading→ 

Story of rain | South Africa

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Global Nomadic Art Project South Africa 2016 -Stories of Rain

 2016.9.8 - 2016.10.6

Stories of Rain traces the legacy of the first nomadic peoples of southern Africa. Local artists guide international artists through varied landscapes and world heritage rock art sites across South Africa, creating temporary nature art responses along the way. Nature art is a non-destructive ephemeral art practice that uses natural materials and structures found at a chosen site to... Continue reading→ 

Eco Avangard

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Small Gestures | Nature Alliance | Eco-avantgarde

Opening: Tuesday, 26 July 2016 at 5:30 pm

Nature, art, cultures, people – the forgotten unity of the world

Contemporary nature art works from all corners of the world. Inspired and defined by nature, by life on and in earth, as well as by the continual and reciprocal relationship between man and his environment. This thought-provoking relationship is placed at the centre of the exhibition.

The borderlines in art history are at times bound to be vague. As culture was perceived to have come into its own, the ancient phenomenon of nature art (see Stonehenge) was defined as one of the main branches of the fine arts, associated with body and environmental art – genres in which the mediums carry art itself – while retaining openness to other ideas. Our most ordinary signs, such as a spiral or a hexagon, are forms borrowed from nature in the broadest meaning of the word... Continue reading→ 

 

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