You didn’t think we’d forget about you, right? True to our promise, we bring you the best international exhibitions in February… Here they are!
According to our media sources, February so far holds the reins of the month, with the best art exhibitions in 2017, and from what we see, it’ll be quite difficult to beat. London, Berlin, Chicago and Los Angeles are calling; be sure to pick up!
How many versions of “self” are you presenting to the world daily? In a spatial experiment that is not to be missed, One & Other researches the duality of our personas and the ways in which they are reflected in social media.
Until February 26th.
Virol Erol Vert: The Name of Shades of Paranoia, Called Different Forms of Silence – Galerie Wedding, Berlin
From the title alone (a poem by the artist himself), the exhibition predisposes the visitor to a cultural therapy. And that’s a pretty accurate way to describe it. The space is transformed into a safe sleep cocoon bearing 12 beds. The audience can sit down on them and write down their dreams. To make things more interesting, on certain dates, dream designers are invited into the exhibition, to interpret those dreams. This interactive concept is highly connected to the immigration crisis.
Until April 8th.
How far do photographers penetrate into the moments of their subject’s lives? This visual conversation revolves around the different stages and conditions where the the self-appointed observers invite, through their lenses, unsolicited and genuine impressions.
Until February 12th.
It’s all about the power of women, and this exhibition is another stamp of approval on the feminine’s journey map. Curated by Girlgaze, a collective founded by photographer Amanda de Cadenet, the images are oozing raw vitality and empowerment.
Until February 26th.
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