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Es liebt Dich und Deine Körperlichkeit ein Verwirrter
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Es liebt Dich und Deine Körperlichkeit ein Verwirrter

Kunsthalle Düsseldorf

10 December 2022 through 19 February 2023

This exhibition features works by Florian Krewer, Raphaela Simon, and Carina Brandes. In the conceptual space created by three loosely linked solo exhibitions, the artists engage with corporeality as a changing experience of constant pleasure and burden, as an oscillation between attraction and repression, closeness and distance. The poles are the individual subjects and the group as a utopian place of longing in which the individual strives to become part of a larger whole.

Is it morning for you yet?
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Is it morning for you yet?

58th Carnegie International

24 September 2022 through 2 April 2023

The 58th Carnegie International, titled Is it morning for you yet?, unfolds along two conceptual overlapping currents: historical works from the collections of international institutions, estates, and artists, alongside new commissions and recent works by contemporary artists, including Andy Robert.

Established in 1896, the Carnegie International is the longest-running North American exhibition of international art. Organized every three to four years by Carnegie Museum of Art, the International presents an overview of how art and artists respond to the critical questions of our time.

Organized by Sohrab Mohebbi, the Kathe and Jim Patrinos Curator of the 58th Carnegie International and associate curator Ryan Inouye with curatorial assistant Talia Heiman, the exhibition traces the geopolitical imprint of the United States since 1945 to situate the “international” within a local context. The exhibition borrows its title from a Mayan Kaqchikel expression, where instead of saying “Good morning” it is customary to ask, “Is it morning for you yet?” Inspired by a conversation with artist Édgar Calel, who will present a new commission for the show, Is it morning for you yet? acknowledges that human beings’ internal clocks and experiences are different: when it’s morning for some, it might still be night for others.

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