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Ragnar Kjartansson is known fo r his spectacular\, music-filled performative live installations and video work. The history of film\, music\, theatre\, visual culture\, and literatu re finds its way into his durational performances\, video installations\, d rawing\, and painting. In 2009 Kjartansson traveled to the Rocky Mountains in search of the epic. Filmed in Banff\, Alberta\, The End is a five-channe l video installation synched together as a single\, disfigured country musi c arrangement in the chord of G. Produced with the support of The Banff Cen tre for the Icelandic Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale\, the piece was developed by Kjartansson in collaboration with Icelandic musician Dav&iacut e\;ð\; Þ\;ó\;r Jó\;nsson at The Banff Centre in Februar y 2009.

Kjartansson and Þ\;ó\;r Jó\;nsson fil med and recorded the song&rsquo\;s instrumental parts in five idyllic and s ublime sites around Banff in temperatures as low as -4 degrees Fahrenheit. The resulting projections were arranged to echo one another\, with Kjartans son and Þ\;ó\;r Jó\;nsson performing multiple parts of the same song. Using the Rocky Mountains as a stage set to perform the histori cally romanticized role of the artist in the landscape\, Kjartansson questi ons the cultural narratives that mediate our experiences of nature. All the while the work&rsquo\;s melancholic beauty and intoxicating soundtrack pro ve overwhelmingly romantic\, eliciting a curiosity in the contemporary abys s.

Kjartansson studied at the Iceland Academy of the Arts. He was born in 1976 in Reykjaví\;k\, where he still lives and works toda y.

MOCAD presents The End as the beginning of a partn ership with Ragnar Kjartansson. In February of 2016 MOCAD will present a ne wly commissioned work.
Exhibition programming support is generously p rovided by the Taubman Foundation. Additional funding for programming and e ducational initiatives is provided by the Edith S. Briskin/Shirley K. Schla fer Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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DTEND:20150329 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150206 GEO:42.3537042;-83.0616592 LOCATION:Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit\,4454 Woodward Ave \nDetroit\, MI 48201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The End\, Ragnar Kjartansson UID:368264 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150206T200000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150206T110000 GEO:42.3537042;-83.0616592 LOCATION:Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit\,4454 Woodward Ave \nDetroit\, MI 48201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The End\, Ragnar Kjartansson UID:368265 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This exhibition\, opening in c onjunction with the fourth Augusta and the Civil War symposium\, features t he work of a leading nineteenth-century-American landscape painter and etch er\, Edwin Forbes\, who first came to public attention as a very young arti st for his dramatic and detailed Civil War sketches. He earned renown for t he vividness and blunt truthfulness of his imagery.

DTEND:20150215 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20141108 GEO:33.479383;-81.9689099 LOCATION:Morris Museum of Art\,1 Tenth Street \nAugusta\, Georgia 30901 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:An Artist’s Story: Civil War Drawings by Edwin Forbes\, Edwin Forbe s UID:368263 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Perhaps golf&rsquo\;s leading artist\, Linda Hartough graduated from the School of the Art Institute of C hicago in 1970. She made a living as a professional artist in Chicago until 1980\, when she moved to South Carolina. She painted landscapes\, portrait s\, and horses until 1984\, when Augusta National Golf Club commissioned he r to paint the famed thirteenth hole\, which began her career as a golf lan dscape artist. Her work has since gained international fame. The only artis t ever commissioned by the United States Golf Association and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews to do the annual\, official paintings and prints for the U.S. Open and British Open Championships\, she has painted golf courses from Scotland to China. Her paintings are in the collections o f the Augusta National\, Pine Valley\, and Laurel Valley golf clubs and in many private collections\, including those of Jack Nicklaus and Robert Tren t Jones.

DTEND:20150426 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150221 GEO:33.479383;-81.9689099 LOCATION:Morris Museum of Art\,1 Tenth Street \nAugusta\, Georgia 30901 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:In Celebration of Golf\, Linda Hartough UID:368261 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150221T170000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150221T100000 GEO:33.479383;-81.9689099 LOCATION:Morris Museum of Art\,1 Tenth Street \nAugusta\, Georgia 30901 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:In Celebration of Golf\, Linda Hartough UID:368262 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Widely known for his alteratio n of preexisting media such as old books\, maps\, record albums\, and casse tte tapes\, contemporary artist Brian Dettmer is a native of Naperville\, I llinois. He earned a BA in fine arts from Columbia College Chicago\, where his principal focus was painting. Following graduation\, he worked as an ar tist and in positions related to graphics and signage design. In recent yea rs\, a large body of his work has been created by altering books&mdash\;old dictionaries\, encyclopedias\, textbooks\, science and engineering books\, art books\, medical guides\, atlases\, and others. He cuts into the books\ , exposing select images and text to create intricate three-dimensional wor ks that reveal new or alternative interpretations of the books. From 2006 u ntil a recent move to New York City\, he lived and worked in Atlanta. His w ork has been exhibited widely in museums and galleries around the world.

DTEND:20150301 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20141211 GEO:33.479383;-81.9689099 LOCATION:Morris Museum of Art\,1 Tenth Street \nAugusta\, Georgia 30901 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Knowledge in Depth\, Brian Dettmer UID:368260 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

According to Mellencamp\, &ldq uo\;German painting remains the basic foundation for what I do\, same as fo lk music is the foundation of my songs. Discovering Beckmann to me was like discovering Woody Guthrie or Bob Dylan.&rdquo\; Mellencamp&rsquo\;s painti ngs have been the subject of a number of exhibitions&mdash\;Nothing Like I Planned at the Tennessee State Museum in 2012\, and The Paintings of John M ellencamp at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown\, Ohio\, in 2013\, and currently at the Museum of Art&mdash\;DeLand\, Florida. America n Dreams: Paintings by John Mellencamp&mdash\;fifty oil and mixed-media pai ntings\, including several that have never been seen by the public&mdash\;w ill be at the Morris Museum from January 11 through April 12\, 2015.

DTEND:20150412 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150111 GEO:33.479383;-81.9689099 LOCATION:Morris Museum of Art\,1 Tenth Street \nAugusta\, Georgia 30901 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:American Dreams\, John Mellencamp UID:368258 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150111T170000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150111T120000 GEO:33.479383;-81.9689099 LOCATION:Morris Museum of Art\,1 Tenth Street \nAugusta\, Georgia 30901 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:American Dreams\, John Mellencamp UID:368259 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The artist Ge rald Domenig (b. 1953)\, a resident of Frankfurt\, has been amassing his ex tremely extensive archive of drawings and photographs since the 1970s. The exhibition at the MMK 1 will present a selection from his &oelig\;uvre\, wh ich is distinguished by thematic openness on the one hand and formal rigour on the other. \;

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Throughout the exhibition\, Domenig will work on the drawings&rsquo\; arrangement again an d again. Visitors will thus have the opportunity to follow the show&rsquo\; s constant transformation\, which will lend it the character of a show in p reparation.

&ldquo\;The museum is the only institution apart fr om a prison that qualifies for this kind of work &ndash\; actually the only one\, because a prison cell offers even less space than the studio.&rdquo\ ; Gerald Domenig

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Der in Frankfurt lebende Künstler Gerald Domenig (*1953) hat seit den 1970er-Jahren ein umfangreiches Archiv von Zeichnungen und Fotografien auf gebaut. Mit über 100 Fotos und 200 Zeichnungen prä\;sentiert die Ausst ellung im MMK 1 des MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst eine Auswahl seines Werke s\, das sich sowohl durch eine thematische Offenheit als auch eine formale Strenge auszeichnet.

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Wä\;hrend de r gesamten Laufzeit der Ausstellung wird Domenig immer wiederan der Anordnu ng der Zeichnungen arbeiten. Die Besucher kö\;nnen den permanenten Wand el der Ausstellung\, die den Charakter der "Ausstellungsvorbereitung" wahrt \, unmittelbar mitverfolgen.

Erö\;ffnung: Freitag\, 20. Februar 2015\, 19 Uhr

DTEND:20150531 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150221 GEO:50.1114723;8.6843896 LOCATION:MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst & MMK Zollamt\,Domstraße 10 \nFrankfu rt/Main\, 60311 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Exhibition Preparations\, Gerald Domenig UID:368256 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150220T210000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150220T190000 GEO:50.1114723;8.6843896 LOCATION:MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst & MMK Zollamt\,Domstraße 10 \nFrankfu rt/Main\, 60311 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Exhibition Preparations\, Gerald Domenig UID:368257 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The MMK prese nts the first large-scale museum exhibition featuring drawing oeuvre of the American artist Sturtevant (1924&ndash\;2014).

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The exhibition\, which will travel to the Albertina in Vienna an d the Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin in 2015\, \; permi ts a focus on her graphic work of five decades: This includes 80 drawings n ever before placed on view to the public. The intensive research and examin ation of her graphic work confirmed that the early drawings of the 1960s ar e the key to understanding her rigorously conceptual oeuvre.

For fifty years\, Sturtevant has been producing what is perhaps the most radic al oeuvre of her generation\, dominated by an insistent conceptual approach . She confounds and provokes the art viewer and the art world alike by repl icating original works by contemporary artists.

DTEND:20150201 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20141101 GEO:50.1114723;8.6843896 LOCATION:MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst & MMK Zollamt\,Domstraße 10 \nFrankfu rt/Main\, 60311 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Drawing Double Reversal\, Sturtevant UID:368255 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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This sweeping exhibitio n showcases the amazing history of the Austrian Habsburg Emperors\, who com missioned and collected households full of masterpieces by which to display their power. It focuses particularly on the three periods of their greates t flourishing.

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The first relates the history of the Habsburgs from the dynasty&rsquo\;s origins in the 13th cent ury until the 16th century. The central figure is Maximilian I\, during who se reign the Habsburgs achieved world-power status. You&rsquo\;ll see how a n international network of political and family relations aided in the amas sing of unique collections of art.

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De voted to the Age of the Baroque\, the second block explores the art\, cultu re\, and politics of the 17th and 18th centuries. During this period the Ho use of Habsburg dies out in both Spanish and Austrian male lines\, provokin g considerable political complications and the loss of Spain. A female heir ess\, Maria Theresa\, succeeded in establishing her right to rule as heir t o the Austrian line\, becoming the final ruler of the House of Habsburg. Vi sitors will discover the role of religion\, art\, and court festivities as instruments propagating the dynasty&rsquo\;s self‐image and claim to rule. Key figures include Leopold Wilhelm\, Leopold I\, Charles VI\, and Maria Th eresa.

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The early 19th century saw the final demise of the Holy Roman Empire and the establishment of the heredit ary Austrian Empire. With the growth of nationalism\, the empire would be t ransformed into the dual monarchy of Austria‐Hungary. Key figures of this p eriod are Francis II (I) and Franz Joseph. This section explores the long r eign of Emperor Franz Joseph\, the founding of the \;Kunsthistorisches Museum\, and the creati on of the multinational empire. This empire\, characterized by a highly hie rarchical social order\, is represented by the lavish gowns of the imperial court. At the end of World War I in 1918\, it dissolved into its component parts\, bringing almost 600 years of Habsburg rule in Europe to an end.

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DTEND:20150510 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150215 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Habsburgs: Rarely Seen Masterpieces from Europe’s Greatest Dyna sty UID:368253 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150215T170000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150215T110000 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Habsburgs: Rarely Seen Masterpieces from Europe’s Greatest Dyna sty UID:368254 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Jonathan Kaiser&rsquo\;s &ldqu o\;Inverse Echo&rdquo\; is an engaging sonic experience\, a sculptural soun d installation featuring a quartet of custom-made vinyl records on continuo us repeat. Kaiser is interested in the tension between circular and linear conceptions of time\, using looped records to explore the interconnection b etween past\, present\, and future. By varying the playback speed of the di fferent records\, he creates a perpetually shifting four-channel compositio n\, evolving even as it repeats. The sculptural and spatial elements of the installation address related themes of symmetry and repetition. Kaiser is an internationally recognized musician and his one-person exhibition\, &ldq uo\;Blind Arcade\,&rdquo\; was recently presented at the Rochester Art Cent er.

DTEND:20150329 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150115 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Inverse Echo\, Jonathan Kaiser UID:368251 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150115T210000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150115T190000 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Inverse Echo\, Jonathan Kaiser UID:368252 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Carolyn Swiszcz&rsquo\;s paint ings and linoleum prints of unpopulated streets put a humorous and sometime s eerie complexion on dozens of familiar St. Paul landmarks. The three new short videos in &ldquo\;Inventory\,&rdquo\; which include actors\, puppets and diegetic voices\, are rendered in her irresistible style. A church and grocery store are just a few of the stages in Super Bowl Sunday\, Pizza\, and Shrine\, each of which are based on poignantl y personal vignettes from her Massachusetts hometown. The gallery will incl ude sculptures from the videos that are particularly strong narrative devic es and have a presence Swiszcz describes as &ldquo\;quietly devout.&rdquo\; &ldquo\;Inventory&rdquo\; is the first installment of an ongoing project t hat will develop over the next few years. Swiszcz has been featured in rece nt group and one-person exhibitions at venues including the Minneapolis Ins titute of Arts and Highpoint Center for Printmaking.

DTEND:20150329 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150115 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Inventory\, Carolyn Swiszcz UID:368249 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150115T210000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150115T190000 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Inventory\, Carolyn Swiszcz UID:368250 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Initiated in 1997\, this exhib ition is the ninth in the biennial series to survey recent developments by artists living and working across the state and includes work in diverse ma terials. Selected by North Carolina-based curator Carla Hanzal\, the exhibi tion is organized by the Mississippi Museum of Art and accompanied by an il lustrated catalogue. Cost: $12 adults\, $10 seniors\, $6 students (includes admission to Spanish Sojourns: Robert Henri and the Spirit of Spain.). FREE children 5 and under\, FREE Museum members.

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The Museum is pleased to announce the fifteen ar tists selected for inclusion in the 2014 Mississippi Invitational exhibition. The artists\, all residents of Mississippi\, are Carolyn Busenl ener\, Pearlington\; Adrienne Callander\, Starkville\; Neil Callander\, Sta rkville\; Shawn Lee Dickey\, Columbus\; Marcus Frazier\, Natchez\; Lou Hane y\, Oxford\; Chatham Kemp\, Hattiesburg\; Ruth Miller\, Picayune\; Don Norr is\, Hattiesburg\; Anne O&rsquo\;Hara\, Jackson\; David Jason Pressgrove\, Jackson\; Andrew Smith\, Oxford\; Gregory Walker\, Jackson\; J. Marcus Week ley\, Gulfport\; and Milly West\, Oxford.

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Learn more about the artists in our ongoing blog series.

DTEND:20150125 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20141101 GEO:32.2971181;-90.1862311 LOCATION:Mississippi Museum Of Art\,380 South Lamar Street \nJackson\, Miss issippi 39201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:2014 Mississippi Invitational Exhibition UID:368247 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Civil War Drawings from th e Becker Collection is the first opportunity for many to see important works only recently documented as those of Joseph Becker and his fellow ar tists who were employed by Frank Leslie&rsquo\;s Illustrated Newspaper< /em> in the 19th Century. The exhibition explores the role artis ts played as reporters\, documentarians\, and creators who translated with pencil and pad both the chaos and daily life of war. These artworks profoun dly influenced the mass media and news outlets of the day at a time when ph otography was in its relative infancy.

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The first-hand drawings selected for this exhibition\, most of which have never been published\, document in lively and specific ways key developmen ts in the history of America as it struggled to establish its national iden tity. The exhibition contains over 85 original drawings\, many made on batt lefields and barracks amidst the maelstrom of the Civil War. It is accompan ied by an exhibition catalogue published by the University of Chicago Press . The Museum&rsquo\;s presentation of these important works commemorates th e 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War\, emancipation\, and the st eps toward reunification of the nation. Cost: $10 adults\, $8 seniors\, $5 students. FREE children 5 and under\, FREE Museum members.

Civil War Drawings from the Becker Collection is curated by Judith Bo okbinder and Sheila Gallagher and the traveling exhibition is organized by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions\, Pasadena\, California. Drawin gs from the Becker Collection premiered at the McMullen Museum at Boston Co llege in the exhibition\, First Hand: Civil War Era Drawings f rom the Becker Collection which was organized by the McMullen Museum a nd underwritten by Boston College and Patrons of the McMullen Museum.

DTEND:20150419 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150131 GEO:32.2971181;-90.1862311 LOCATION:Mississippi Museum Of Art\,380 South Lamar Street \nJackson\, Miss issippi 39201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Civil War Drawings from the Becker Collection UID:368245 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150131T170000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150131T100000 GEO:32.2971181;-90.1862311 LOCATION:Mississippi Museum Of Art\,380 South Lamar Street \nJackson\, Miss issippi 39201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Civil War Drawings from the Becker Collection UID:368246 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Jewell Younger Graeber of Mark s\, Mississippi\, lovingly acquired the figures in this magnificent display over more than twenty years\, in order to share the collection with the ch ildren of Mississippi. The installation in the Museum&rsquo\;s Trustmark Gr and Hall includes more than 150 authentic and scarce eighteenth-century fig ures\, and includes beloved religious figures Mary\, Joseph\, and the Three Magi\, along with numerous angels and townspeople. Admission: Free\, open to the public. Sponsored by St. Dominic Health Services\, Inc.

DTEND:20150104 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20141202 GEO:32.2971181;-90.1862311 LOCATION:Mississippi Museum Of Art\,380 South Lamar Street \nJackson\, Miss issippi 39201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Bethlehem Tree: Younger Foundation Crèche Collection UID:368244 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141231 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20141203 GEO:60.1863304;24.9756294 LOCATION:Make Your Mark Garage/Gallery\,Kaasutehtaankatu 1\, Suvilahti\, ra kennus 6 \nHelsinki\, 00540 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Run-E\, together with Finn Öhlund presents: From Here 2 Outer Space UID:368243 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Utstillingen har som form&arin g\;l å\; synliggjø\;re og problematisere den kunsthistoriske utv iklingen av en sosialt engasjert kunst i Norge i det 20. å\;rhundre\, fram til i dag.

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Hvilken rolle spiller krig og krigserfaring for politisk motivert kunst? Hvilke forbindelser kan trekkes mellom samfunnsmessige erfaringer og medieestetiske uttrykksformer ? Og hvordan tenker ulike kunstnere\, til ulike tider\, at kunsten kan elle r skal spille bestemte roller i samfunnet? Verkutvalget er konsentrert i tr e perioder\; mellomkrigstiden (1920 &ndash\; 40)\, etterkrigstiden (1960 &n dash\; 70) og vå\;r egen tid (2000 &ndash\; 2014). Gjennom en tematisk montering vil fotografier\, skisser\, plakater\, tidsskrift/avisdokumentas jon\, malerier\, video og installasjoner invitere til refleksjon over en so sialt engasjert kunst\, bå\;de i dialog og brudd med tradisjonell kuns thistorisk periodisering. Utstillingen er forankret i Kari Brandtzæ\;g s doktorgradsprosjekt ved Universitetet i Oslo.

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Kunstnere: Henrik Sø\;rensen\, Willi Midelfart\, Olav Dalg ard\, Arne Ekeland\, Kai Fjell\, Reidar Aulie\, Nanna Broch\, Per Krohg\, V ictor Lind\, Elsebet Rahlff\, Morten Krohg\, Per Kleiva\, Willibald Storn\, Elisabeth Haarr\, Marte Aas\, Vanessa Baird\, Matias Faldbakken\, Ivan Gal uzin\, Goksø\;yr&\;Martens\, Thomas Kvam\, Shwan Qaradaki\, Ane Hj ort Guttu\, Andrea Lange\, Anders Eiebakke\, Lene Berg\, Knut Å\;sdam.

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Innlå\;nte verk: Statens Museum for kunst i Kø\;benhavn\, Malmø\; Konstmuseum\, Trondheim Kuns tmuseum\, KODE\, Rogaland Kunstmuseum\, Holmsbu Billedgalleri\, Nasjonalmus eet\, Munch- museet (Stenersen samlingen)\, Dagbladet/Berner gruppen\, samt private samlere.

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Katalog: Th e Shadow of War. Political Art in Norway 1914 &ndash\; 2014.
Forlag Teknisk industri/Petter Snare\, redaktø\;r Kari J. Brandtz&ae lig\;g\, redaksjonsmedarbeider Erikka Fyrand\, designer Halvor Bodin.
Tekster av Professor Hubert van den Berg\, Adam Mickiewicz University\, Po znan\, Poland. Avant-garde art as art at the service of the revolution. On pure art and Tendenzkunst as two answers to the question: «\;Shoul d the new art serve the masses?»\;\, Professor Espen Hammer\, Tem ple University\, Philadelphia.The Art of War and the War of Art: The Et hics of Avant-garde Iconoclasm.

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Seminar (på\; norsk)\, organiseres i samarbeid med forskningsp rosjektet Kunst! Makt!
Torsdag 12. februar kl. 12.30 &ndash\ ; 18.00\, Kunstnernes Hus auditorium
Seminaret er gratis\, men p&arin g\;melding er på\;krevd grunnet servering\, på\; post@kunstnerneshus.no

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Forelø\;pig program: Foredrag av Helge Jordheim \, Tore Slaatta\, Susanne Ø\;stbye Sæ\;ther og Espen Hammer\, pa neldebatt korte innlegg: Thomas Kvam\, Morten Krohg og Lene Berg.

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Sø\;ndag 8.mars. Kl. 16.00 &ndas h\; 20.00 Feiring med Kvinneligaen for fred og frihet\, etablert mars 1915.
Plakatutstilling i foajeen\, foredrag og middag. Næ\;r mere program fø\;lger.

DTEND:20150329 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150130 GEO:59.9194278;10.7306191 LOCATION:Kunstnernes Hus\,Wergelandsveien 17 \nOslo\, N-0167 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Krigens skygge. Politisk kunst i Norge 1914-2014\, Henrik Sørensen\ , Willi Midelfart\, Olav Dalgard\, Arne Ekeland\, Kai Fjell\, Reidar Aulie\ , Nanna Broch\, Per Krohg\, Victor Lind\, Elsebet Rahlff\, Morten Krohg\, P er Kleiva\, Willibald Storn\, Elisabeth Haarr\, Marte Aas\, Vanessa Baird\, Matias Faldbakken\, Ivan Galuzin\, Goksøyr&Martens\, Thomas Kvam\, Shwan Q aradaki\, Ane Hjort Guttu\, Andrea Lange\, Anders Eiebakke\, Lene Berg\, Kn ut Asdam UID:368241 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150130T180000 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20150130T110000 GEO:59.9194278;10.7306191 LOCATION:Kunstnernes Hus\,Wergelandsveien 17 \nOslo\, N-0167 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Krigens skygge. Politisk kunst i Norge 1914-2014\, Marte Aas\, Knut Asdam\, Reidar Aulie\, Vanessa Baird\, Lene Berg\, Nanna Broch\, Olav Dalg ard\, Anders Eiebakke\, Arne Ekeland\, Matias Faldbakken\, Kai Fjell\, Ivan Galuzin\, Goksøyr&Martens\, Ane Hjort Guttu\, Elisabeth Haarr\, Per Kleiva \, Morten Krohg\, Per Krohg\, Thomas Kvam\, Andrea Lange\, Victor Lind\, Wi lli Midelfart\, Shwan Qaradaki\, Elsebet Rahlff\, Willibald Storn\, Henrik Sørensen UID:368242 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In cooperation with the exhibi tion &bdquo\;Outer Space\,&rdquo\; which is organized by Kunst - und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland\, Kunstmuseum Bo nn will be presenting a room with photographic works by Trevor Paglen (*197 4 in Maryland). Paglen\, who holds an academic title in geography and in ad dition to his work as a photographer is also the author of several publicat ions\, has been engaged in the subject of the control and monitoring system s used by globally operating superpowers for years. For these superpowers\, we have turned into objects of observation and surveillance satellites and drones have meanwhile become able to document all of our steps and actions . High-resolution cameras are made use of for these purposes and this is no t without consequence for the definition of the medium of photography. Whil e it once represented the individual&rsquo\;s sovereign view of the world\, the direction of view has changed: Secret authorities whose existence can hardly be legitimized democratically are watching us and draw from us even our most private secrets. Paglen&rsquo\;s photography uncovers this develop ment and reclaims our rights as we have to regain our control over these in struments of power. Paglen&rsquo\;s work thus transports a political messag e without bluntly forcing a focus on it. Instead\, the opposite is the case . His highly aesthetic photographs are sensual and cite the nature pathos o f romanticism which sees in nature a place of yearning for the free develop ment of the individual. This place\, however\, is occupied by products of t he war industry today\, by afore-mentioned satellites and drones which can often only be recognized as marginal interruptions of an overall picture th at seems so harmonic at first sight. These interruptions\, however\, don&rs quo\;t impose themselves on the viewer\, they require a second\, more criti cal look in order to be recognized. And this is exactly what Trevor Paglen& rsquo\;s photography asks for: To take a closer look and not content oursel ves with a superficial glance.

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This e xhibition continues Kunstmuseum Bonn&rsquo\;s series on American photograph y and will be followed by a substantial presentation of Larry Sultan&rsquo\ ;s work to take place from February 2015.

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This exhibition was realized with kind support of Galerie Zander\, Col ogne.

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In Anbindung an die Aus stellung &bdquo\;OUTER SPACE. Faszination Weltraum&ldquo\; \, die von der Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland organisiert wird\, zeigt das Kunstmuseum Bonn einen Raum mit Fotoarbeiten d es Amerikaners Trevor Paglen (*1974 in Maryland). Paglen\, der einen akadem ischen Titel im Fach Geografie besitzt und neben seiner fotografischen T&au ml\;tigkeit auch als Autor hervorgetreten ist\, beschä\;ftigt sich mit den Kontroll- und Ü\;berwachungssystemen global operierender Superm&aum l\;chte\, fü\;r die der Bü\;rger zum Observationsobjekt geworden is t. Ü\;berwachungssatelliten und Drohnen sind inzwischen in der Lage jed en unserer Schritte zu dokumentieren. Dabei bedienen sie sich hoch aufl&oum l\;sender Kameras\, was nicht ohne Folgen fü\;r die Definition des Medi ums Fotografie bleibt. Verkö\;rperte es einst den souverä\;nen Blic k des Individuums auf die Welt\, so kehrt sich der Blick nun um: fü\;r uns verborgene und kaum noch demokratisch legitimierte Autoritä\;ten be obachten uns und entlocken uns auch unsere letzten Geheimnisse.

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Paglens Fotografie macht diese Entwicklung anschaulich und reklamiert die Rechte des Subjekts\, das eine gesellschaft liche Kontrolle ü\;ber diese Machtapparate zurü\;ckgewinnen muss.\n

Mit freundlicher Unterstü\;tzung d er Galerie Thomas Zander\, Kö\;ln

DTEND:20141222 DTSTAMP:20141222T221122 DTSTART:20141003 GEO:50.71552;7.12059 LOCATION:Kunstmuseum Bonn\,Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 2 \nBonn \, 51331 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Outer Space\, Trevor Paglen UID:368240 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR