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Related Welcoming Erden Kosova to AR-Safe Haven Berlin Erden Kosova is a Turkish art critic and curator based in Istanbul and Berlin. Kosova has been an AR-Resident in Berlin since January 2019. His residency is a cooperation between Artists at … Continue reading
We are pleased to have Erden Kosova as an AR-Resident in Berlin in cooperation with Apartment Project (Selda Asal). Erden will use the residency to continue his theoretical research in the coming months. Erden Kosova is a Turkish art critic … Continue reading
Related Welcoming Smart Owie from Nigeria to AR-Residency Smart Owie was born in Benin, Nigeria, a city renowned for its sculptural background, particularly in the fields of casting. Owie himself was fortunate to come from a family of wood carvers … Continue reading
We are happy to welcome Smart Owie, renowned Nigerian artist and sculptor, who became an AR-Resident in January 2019. He is currently in safety at an undisclosed AR-Safe Haven Residency in Africa. Owie was forced to leave Nigeria after a … Continue reading
Related: Welcome to Spartak Khachanov as AR-Resident in Helsinki Spartak Khachanov is from Kiev, Ukraine, where he was studying in his fourth year at the Kiev Art Academy before being expelled by its Director Andrei Chebykin for making ‘immoral’ artworks. … Continue reading
We are happy to extend a warm welcome Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo, a Zimbabwean writer, poet, protest musician, and human rights defender, who will be artist in residence, co-hosted by PM-Perpetuum Mobile and HIAP at Eläintarha Villa, as a guest of … Continue reading
Related: Welcoming Barış Seyitvan as AR-Resident at Suomenlinna Barış Seyitvan (1982) is a Turkish born artist and curator based in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey, working around the themes of contemporary art and migration, conflict, imprisonment and torture, nomadism, and exile. … Continue reading
Open Letter re Pussy Riot Artists in Sweden: AR and Partners Call for Political Asylum for Lusine Dzjanyan and Alexey Knedlyakovsky and their two children.
PRESS: Soldaten in Phallusform Ein Student hatte eine Phallus-Parade aus Gipssoldaten aufgestellt. Pazifistisch sollte diese sein – der Direktor des Instituts findet sie „unmoralisch“.
Source: TAZ, January. 2019 Bernhard Clasen PRESS TEXT: Ein Student hatte eine Phallus-Parade aus Gipssoldaten aufgestellt. Pazifistisch sollte diese sein – der Direktor des Instituts findet sie „unmoralisch“. Lange stand die „Phallus-Parade“ nicht. Auch Wladimir Chartschenko, Dozent für graphisches … Continue reading