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Otobong Nkanga

In the Studio Otobong Nkanga, Antwerp

Visual artist Otobong Nkanga is a global citizen raised in Lagos, who has lived in Paris, Amsterdam, and Antwerp, and works with people all over the world. She enjoys a particularly broad and informed perspective on the planet. As an artist, but mostly simply as a human being with a physical body located in space and time, she relates to global circulation and production in local ways that are fully embodied in her art practice.

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Lars Eidinger

In the Studio Lars Eidinger, Berlin

Whether as Hamlet, as a serial killer in Tatort or as a human paintbrush in a video by Deichkind, Lars Eidinger, born in 1976 in Berlin, is one of Germany’s most successful film and theater actors. However, for many years Eidinger has also been making art – he photographs and presents himself as an art object in social media.

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Carlos Bunga

In the Studio Carlos Bunga, Mataró, Spain

Carlos Bunga’s interdisciplinary work moves between sculptural paintings, supported, yet vulnerable installations, drawings, and performances as an open, multiplicity and perpetual, reflection on how we experience and coexist with the (un)built environment.

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Johanna and Friedrich Gräfling

Collector Stories Johanna and Friedrich Gräfling, Wiesen, Germany

The program that Johanna and Friedrich Gräfling have completed in terms of art over the past ten years is actually more than enough for three lifetimes. They have founded an experimental exhibition space in Aschaffenburg, established the “Salon Kennedy” in Frankfurt am Main, a place for exhibitions and discourse on art, architecture and design, founded an art association, converted a barn into a residence, and built up a distinguished art collection with an international reputation, including works by Alicia Kwade, Simon Fujiwara, and Michael Sailstorfer.

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Asger Dybvad Larsen

Asger Dybvad Larsen, Aarhus
Young Danish artist Asger Dybvad Larsen has found himself absorbed in a space of reflection from an early age. Looking inward and reflecting on the process of coming into being has become a defining element in his art. In this interview, Asger Dybvad Larsen contemplates his own practice and how it leads him to challenge the way he works with colour, form, scale and not least the process itself - a constant inconstant in his art and in his life!
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Editions

Clemens Wolf

Clemens Wolf
»Line Drawings«

Thomas Ruff

Thomas Ruff
»Zeitungsfoto 021«

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken
»Twilight (earth-core)«

Exhibitions

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber
»Geteilter Raum«
15 October – 20 November, 2021

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