In order of appearance: Bundesarchiv, B 145 Bild-FO48646-0030. Photo: Wegmann, Ludwig, 19 June 1976. Duncan Campbell, <i>Arbeit</i> (still), 2011. Video. Courtesy of the artist and Rodeo, Istanbul/London. Mike Kelley, <i>Primal Architecture</i>, 1995. Acrylic, wood, steel, pencil and paper, 270 x 220 cm. Collection Museum Ludwig Cologne / on loan Gesellschaft für Moderne Kunst am Museum Ludwig e.V., 2006. Courtesy Museum Ludwig. © The Mike Kelley Foundation / Kelley Studio.

In order of appearance: Bundesarchiv, B 145 Bild-FO48646-0030. Photo: Wegmann, Ludwig, 19 June 1976. Duncan Campbell,
Arbeit (still), 2011. Video. Courtesy of the artist and Rodeo, Istanbul/London. Mike Kelley, Primal Architecture, 1995. Acrylic,
wood, steel, pencil and paper, 270 x 220 cm. Collection Museum Ludwig Cologne / on loan Gesellschaft für Moderne Kunst
am Museum Ludwig e.V., 2006. Courtesy Museum Ludwig. © The Mike Kelley Foundation / Kelley Studio.

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Primal Architecture and Duncan Campbell

IMMA presents Turner Prize Nominee Duncan Campbell's largest exhibition to date. Duncan Campbell 's artistic production spans several media and concerns itself with the power of stories and the boundaries between the actual and the imagined,... continue reading

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Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s “Studies on the Ecology of Drama 1”By Kim West

Human beings are destroying the planet. If we want to save it we must therefore make inhuman art. Arguments to this effect seem to have enjoyed some currency in recent curatorial practice. Alas, Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s accomplished video installation at Galleri Charlotte Lund in Stockholm does not save the world, nor... continue reading

Harun Farocki’s “4 films from 1967–1997. An homage curated by Antje Ehmann”By Carles Guerra

This exhibition is one of the first since Harun Farocki’s unexpected death in July. In the absence of the artist himself, “4 films from 1967 to 1997” pays tribute to the man—chosen by his partner and collaborator, Antje Ehmann—who has been perhaps among the most influential artists and filmmakers of the second half... continue reading

Torolab’s “La Granja”By Claudia Arozqueta

The recent disappearance and alleged assassination of 43 students from Ayotzinapa Normal School in the southern city of Iguala, Mexico, has once again raised the alarms of an entire country already shocked and affected by corruption, violence, and poverty. But while for years organized crime has spread violence, the disappearances... continue reading

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Mobile Library: MyanmarAsia Art Archive (AAA)

Asia Art Archive (AAA) and Myanmar Art Resource Center and Archive (MARCA) announce Mobile Library: Myanmar, which will run from November 2014 to March 2015. Mobile Library is a periodic initiative organised in partnership with cultural collaborators in different countries throughout Asia to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas. By... continue reading

Parsons Paris launches undergraduate program in Art and Design History and TheoryParsons The New School for Design

Call for applications: Goethe-Institut post-doctoral fellowshipHaus der Kunst

An exhibition on Aspen MagazineCharles H. Scott Gallery at Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Graduate programs: call for applicationsCalifornia College of the Arts (CCA)

AnticipatioOxyArts at Occidental College

Seeking candidates for full-time facultyPurchase College, SUNY

Apply now for an MFA in Visual ArtsColumbia University School of the Arts

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