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Monika Grzymala at the Dresden Royal Palace, Germany

Monika Grzymala’s new outdoor installation project at the Dresden Royal Palace courtyard in Germany is now on view. It features a site-specific long-term project titled Raumzeichnung (stop motion), made out of sculpted paper, wire and fishing line. The work remains on view until the beginning of 2021.

In other news, Grzymala’s work is also currently being featured at Super bien, Berlin (Schwedter Str. 232, Mitte). An indoor/outdoor installation set within a greenhouse, Super bien focuses on site specific projects, with the title of Monika Grzymala’s work being Raumzeichnung (kinesphere). The work is exhibited through 6.12.2020.


In other news

DODDA MAGGÝ’S DECORE (AURAE) AT THE HOUSE OF COLLECTIONS

Dodda Maggý’s installation DeCore (aurae) is part of a new exhibition titled Resistance, Interplay of Art and Physics now on display at The House of Collections in Reykjavík. Resistance is an interdisciplinary exhibition that bridges the gap between visual arts and science and features works from the collection of the National Gallery of Iceland. For

KEES VISSER´S MONOCHROMES? IN GALERIE POGGI, PARIS

Kees Visser‘s solo exhibition, Monochromes?, opens today at Galerie Poggi in Paris, France. The exhibition is held to celebrate the publication of a new monograph on Kees Visser‘s 50-year career. For more information about the exhibition, please click here.

JOHN ZURIER EXHIBITS AT GALERIE NORDENHAKE

On April 29th, John Zurier opens a new exhibition called Level Distance in Galerie Nordenhake in Stockholm, Sweden. For further information on the exhibition click here.