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Leonor Antunes

A THOUSAND REALITIES FROM AN ORIGINAL MARK // MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY By Kostas Prapoglou Portuguese-born, Berlin-based artist Leonor Antunes receives her inspiration from tropes within modern art, architecture, and design. Reconsidering and reimagining their applications to sculpture and space, she creates works by questioning and surveying spatial relationships and interactivity while simultaneously taking into consideration[…]

JUAN A. GAITÁN // CURATOR OF THE 8th BERLIN BIENNALE

In conversation with Vincent Honoré The 8th Berlin Biennale, curated by Canadian-Columbian writer and curator Juan A. Gaitán and his artistic team, opened on a diluvian day simultaneously in three different venues, two of them (very much) off-centered in West Berlin. Installed throughout the Haus am Waldsee, the Museen Dahlem, and the KW Institute for[…]