March 15–June 10, 2019
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
The bauhaus imaginista series of exhibitions and events highlights the impact and reception of the Bauhaus in the context of major twentieth-century geopolitical changes.
bauhaus imaginista is realized by the Bauhaus Cooperation, the Goethe-Institut and Haus der Kulturen der Welt together with the curators Marion von Osten (Berlin) and Grant Watson (London) as well as partners in China, Japan, Russia, Brazil and other countries. Separately developed exhibitions and events will be shown at art and design museums, and institutions throughout the year. In March 2019, on the occasion of the 100th Bauhaus anniversary, an exhibition of bauhaus imaginista will be shown at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.
The exhibitions and events include newly commissioned works by Kader Attia, Luca Frei, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, the Otolith Group, Alice Creischer, Doreen Mende, Adrian Rifkin and Zvi Efrat. Exhibition design by Kooperative für Darstellungspolitik.
It's Your Turn
October 26, 2018–January 27, 2019
Group exhibition curated by Laura Vallés
Eacc Espai D'Art Contemporani de Castelló
Te toca a ti is an exhibition on processes, reciprocity and empathy in contemporary art practice. The works showcased at EACC partake in a gaze grounded in listening and touch in which correspondence, exchange and waiting play a critical role in their transit towards becoming narrative. A narrative that reveals that human and non-human beings are interdependent and do not pre-exist to their relationships.
The exhibition includes works by Ludovica Carbotta, Céline Condorelli, Moyra Davey, Oier Etxeberria, Luca Frei, Adelita Husni-Bey, Teresa Lanceta, Alex Reynolds, Inmaculada Salinas, Lorenzo Sandoval.
Animal / Art across Species and Beings
June 14–October 20, 2019
Group exhibition produced by Bildmuseet and curated by Filipa Ramos in collaboration with museum curator Anders Jansson
The exhibition Animal / Art across Species and Beings presents film, painting, sculptural installations and sound art that in various ways reformulate the relationship between man, nature and non-human beings. With an increased awareness of the vulnerability of the Earth, many of us question what we can do. Maybe we need to stop considering human beings a single species instead of one of several coexisting creatures, just another type of existence. When we acknowledge that human is not the crown of creation and that all life is closely linked, real change becomes possible: not only change of habits and behaviors, but also a redefinition of what it means to be human.
Among the participating artists are Jennifer Allora (US) & Guillermo Calzadilla (Cuba), Mary Beth Edelson (US), Luca Frei (Switzerland / Sweden), Pierre Huyghe (France / Chile), Louise Lawler (US), Brita Marakatt- Labba (Sweden), Philippe Parreno (Algeria / France), Amalia Pica (Argentina), and Paloma Varga Weisz (Germany).