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El Choco is the first major solo exhibition by Swiss-Bolivian artist Luciano Calderon, showing new works, ranging from installations to paintings and taking place at the most modern and one of the most important art spaces of Bolivia, Centro Cultural de España en La Paz, in the capital city La Paz.
International performance project (on-going)
Live at the Museum is an on-going series of video works by Andre Hemer. So far, 11 films have been made on four different continents.
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Performance / video project (on-going)
White Pride is an on-going series of video works by two American artists and explores intersectionality. It looks into how categories such as class, gender and ethnicity amplify each other.
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During summer 2012, German painter Hendrik Beikirch, created not only a stunning work but an iconic piece that stretches over 70 meters (230 ft.) high and is yet to be considered as Asia’s tallest mural.
Printed in several magazines in Europe, Asia and the US, and prominently featured on hundreds of sites like dezeen, designboom, Architizer, freshome, good.is, Moco Loco, Hypebeast and many other major blogs and magazines, it generated more than ten million impressions around the world and more than a hundred thousands Facebook likes.
In January 2012, the prestigious non-commercial art space Forum Kunst Rottweil, Germany unveiled Counterparts, an exhibition featuring works by painters Hendrik Beikirch (DE) and Luciano Calderon (CH/BO), and the photographer Nils Müller (DE).
Through collaborative dialogue, the three created new works that provide a unique interpretation of graffiti artists and their reception by the public.
The exhibition got presented through an official website and was one of the most frequented exhibitions at Forum Kunst Rottweil
A 5x10m mosaic print made out of ten thousands of photos from Nils Müller’s private archive served as an ironic preview for the upcoming book Vandals, free for anybody who made it to Linz, Austria in the summer of 2012. It consists of ten thousands of photos from Müller’s private archive, taken in North and South America, Europe and Asia.
Public Art Exhibition