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MARIANNA SIMNETT

Blood In My Milk is the title of a new film and sound installation by Marianna Simnett, conceived for the artist’s first institutional solo exhibition in the US. New Museum, New York
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OLA VASILJEVA. LIMINAL OBEDIENCE

Vasiljeva’s work cherishes the ability to foster relationships and create communities with objects and beings beyond the immediate human realm be they rhetorical tools, symbols, found objects, primary materials or plants. The surreal approach simmers in her inclination to abide more to dream logic than scientific law, temporarily summoning together impulses, objects and occurrences under a spell of a particular confabulation independent of linear clock time and empirics. By Anna Gritz
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ELEANOR ANTIN

Since I was a little girl, I have always invented worlds. I used cut-outs. They were sold all over, thin cardboard figures of movie stars or iconic figures of the time with paper pages of clothes which you cut out and put on your doll as she or he went about living the adventures I invented for them. In conversation with Vincent Honoré
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Maxxi, Rome
Indipendenza, Rome
Sprüth Magers, London
CARLOS/ISHIKAWA, London
Portikus, Frankfurt
Bielefelder Kunstverein, Bielefeld
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JUDY CHICAGO

The exhibition seeks to excavate, connect, and understand the extensive range of her techniques, media, and subject-matter, bringing them together cohesively for the first time on a museum platform. Major solo survey dedicated to pioneering feminist artist Judy Chicago at ICA Miami
DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, Berlin
Hardcore Erotic Art at Ramiken, New York
Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
Fondazione Merz, Turin
MAXXI, Rome
In conversation with Lena Saraj