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Miroslaw Balka’s solo show ‘Emplacement’ at the British School at Rome (BSR)

A solo show, ‘Emplacement’, by Miroslaw Balka is presented as part of ‘Meeting Architecture III: FRAGMENTS’, a year-long series of talks, exhibitions and lectures organised by the British School at Rome (BSR). In the exhibition, Balka concentrates on the role and responsibility of Modernism in World War II. A characteristically meticulous, minimal placement of drawings, video projections and a sculpture is displayed across the three gallery spaces / September 26 – October 17, 2016   / More info      
Nelly Agassi, Kevin Maginnis, Spun

Nelly Agassi at Stuart & Co Gallery, Chicago

Nelly Agassi’s participating in “Kevin Maginnis: Spun”, Group Show at Stuart & Co Gallery, Chicago /A collaborative installation by Kevin Maginnis that seeks to explore the presence of a gallery space as an object itself by recreating the entire surface of the gallery out of non -architectural materials, then flipping this faux gallery space upside- down and rotating it by 30 degrees / September 24 – November 5, 2016More info        
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Nelly Agassi “More Strange Than True”, Pulaski Park field house, Chicago

Curated by FIELDWORK (Ionit Behar, Andrew Shachman, Nelly Agassi, Merav Argov) / Fieldwork’s inaugural exhibition, “More Strange Than True,” takes place in the upper level corridor of the Pulaski Park field house and its title refers to the estrangement or separation that currently exists between Chicago’s public parks and the city in general / September 17 – November 12, 2016More info
Douglas Gordon, I had Nowhere to go

Douglas Gordon at Toronto Film Festival

Douglas Gordon’s film ‘I had nowhere to go’ at TIFF – Toronto International Film Festival / Section Wavelengths / Screening / Sunday September 11, 2016