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ERNESTO NETO AND THE HUNI KUIN

ERNESTO NETO AND THE HUNI KUIN

Aru Kuxipa—Sacred Secret

Daniela Zyman, Eva Ebersberger & Franziska Sophie Wildförster (Eds.)

The exhibition at TBA Contemporary, Vienna, and its accompanying publication, Aru Kuxipa—Sacred Secret, was conceived by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto (b.

NO TO THE INVASION

NO TO THE INVASION

Breakdowns and Side Effects

Fawz Kabra & Annie Godfrey Larmon (Eds.)

Alongside the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, group exhibition No to the Invasion (2017), is a fascinating exhibition catalog and reader presenting the artworks from the Barjeel Art Foundation—an independent, UAE-based collection of modern and contemporary Arab art.

LYDIA OKUMURA

LYDIA OKUMURA

Situations

Rachel Adams & Charlie Tatum (Eds.)

For almost 50 years, Brazilian-born New York–based artist Lydia Okumura (b.

ONE, NO ONE AND ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND

ONE, NO ONE AND ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND

Luca Lo Pinto (Ed.)

Are there any limits to what an exhibition can be? Investigating and reformulating the conventional structure and limitations of exhibition-making and curatorial authorship is the focus of One, No One and One Hundred Thousand.