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1. Adéagbo is currently showing a new piece at the Paris Triennial Intense Proximity on view until August 26th 2012 at the Palais de Tokyo, Galerie de Seine.
2. Installing a new piece at the Whitworth Gallery for the show We Face Forward scheduled to open June 1, 2012. 3. Preparing a piece for The Storytellers scheduled to open in August at the Stenersen Museum Oslo.
Publications: Catalogue Paris Triennial Intense Proximity Edited by Okwui Enwezor.
interviews with Adéagbo on youtube: The Venice Biennial posted in October 2009:
The MUSAC Leon posted in march 2011
Texts: posted november 2011 on IABLIS
Archive Adéagbo: images of the most important installations since 1999
Benin artists' residence Georges Adéagbo and Stephan Köhler decided in spring 1999 to launch an artists' residence, called "Villa Dieu Seul Sait" on the coast of Benin. The construction of several studios and guestrooms is complete. Please visit www.artistsretreat.org to see images of the facilities. In 2005, the Non Profit Organisation Kulturforum Sued-Nord was founded and registered in Hamburg, Germany to facilitate cultural exchange projects.
James Lee Byars Inspired and challenged many with his uncompromising stand for beauty and perfection. A monument of persistence working restlessly until his early death in may 1997. A photo essay written by one of his friends. short biography and bibliography in German, and an extensive chronology in English.
New: images of small works on www.artnet.com
Roman Opalka Roman Opalka paints the progression of time. He reveals insights about the difference between measured time versus experienced time through his single, lifelong work titled:
OPALKA 1965/1-oo images of recent exhibitions include: Kunstmuseum Bonn A description of the Millenium Passage, Opalka's most challenging attempt (New Year 1999-2000) to address the public to think about the relativity of time, serves as general introduction to get familiar with his concept.
2007 Joint Adventures Art Projects
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