AES+F 2017

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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

MAXXI Museum, Rome
PLEASE COME BACK. THE WORLD AS PRISON?
curated by Hou Hanru, Luigia Lonardelli
9. February – 21. May 2017
AES+F Work Presented: Inverso Mundus
3-channel installation (2015)
Gallery 5
Via Guido Reni, 4/A, 00196 Roma, Italien
http://aesf.art/projects/inverso_mundus/
http://www.fondazionemaxxi.it/en

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Now that global communication also means global control, that disciplinary methods are applied to the community in the name of the “war of terror”, that the sharing born out of the Internet and social networks has dismantled our privacy, the word prison takes on very new meanings.

26 artists and over 50 works present prison as a metaphor for the contemporary world and the contemporary world as a metaphor for prison: technological, hyperconnected, shared and increasingly controlled

The exponential development of digital technologies, the advent of the social networks and the use of Big Data have progressively and inexorably changed our society and we are witnessing the collapse of the philosophies of social and urban sharing and the establishment of a new regime that in the name of security is stripping us, with our consent, of every intimate and personal space.

http://www.fondazionemaxxi.it/en/events/please-come-back-il-mondo-come-prigione/

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NADA Art Fair, New York
Skylight Clarkson North
AES+F Work Presented: Inverso Mundus 
single-channel installation (2015) 
VIP Preview:
Thursday, 2. March 2017 | 12–2pm
Opening Preview:
Thursday, 2. March 2017 | 2–4pm
2.- 5. March 2017
572 Washington St. New York, NY 10014

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ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Centre Pompidou, Paris
KOLLEKTSIA !
Contemporary Art in the USSR and Russia. 1950-2000
A MAJOR DONATION
14 September 2016 – 27 March 2017
AES+F  Work Presented: Suspects (1997)
Russian curator : Olga Sviblova
Director, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
French curator : Nicolas Liucci-Goutnikov
Curator, Musée National d’Art Moderne
musée, niveau 4, 75191 Paris cedex 04
http://www.russianartandculture.com/

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On 14 September 2016, the Centre Pompidou will unveil an extraordinary donation of more than 250 works of Soviet and Russian contemporary art assembled through the outstanding efforts of the Vladimir Potanin Foundation, and presented to the Musée National d’Art Moderne thanks to the generosity of the Foundation and the collectors, artists and their families. Taking place in 2016 among a series of events paying tribute to the role of donors, the exhibition highlights once again their crucial importance to the development of cultural heritage institutions. Without pretending to the exhaustive, this ensemble of works by major artists offers a panorama of some forty years of contemporary art in the USSR and then in Russia, covering the most important movements

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Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016
forming in the pupil of an eye
12. December 2016 – 29. March 2017
AES+F Work Presented:
Inverso Mundus3-channel installation (2015) & Défilé (2009)
Aspinwall House, Fort Kochi
curated by acclaimed Indian artist Sudarshan Shetty.
http://www.kochimuzirisbiennale.org
http://kochimuzirisbiennale.org/kmb_2016_venues/

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Today Art Museum, Beijing
BRIC-à-brac: The Jumble of Growth
Until 5. March 2017
Work Presented:
Feast of Trimalchio: Allegory #2 (Triumph of Asia),
Allegory #3 (Triumph of Africa),
and Allegory #5 (Sunset of Europe)

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AES+F – Allegoria Sacra & The Feast of Trimalchio

November 15

http://martmagazine.net/happening/aesf-allegoria-sacra-the-feast-of-trimalchio/

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