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'Huge if true' by René Kemp at Zarinbal Khoshbakht, Cologne

1000MORCEAUX, Hunter under Saddle, 2020

'Partir, c'est toujours mourir un peu / Afscheid is een beetje als sterven' by Mo

'Teaching a perv how to eat honeysuckle' by Faysal Altunbozar at Prairie, Chicago

'You've Got Eyes in the Back of your Head' by Susan Classen Sullivan at Catbox Co

'Every Dog is a Lion' by Ona Juciūtė at Editorial, Vilnius

Kuba Bąk, 'A Whole Other Level': Touristic, mythological, spiritual, heroic and artistic journeys into the depths of the underworld constantly serve to reinforce the connection between life and death. Blades cut out of metal, devoid of a hilt, strange weapons that hurt both perpetrator and victim, were sent into the guts of Earth. This telluric journey could be a tale of an escape from the eternally insatiable demon of the art world. More…

'End Quote' by Beth Collar at Stadium, Berlin

'POLICY OF THE SUN' by Fabio Santacroce at NICO, Bari

'MANIAC' by Émilie Pitoiset at Klemm's, Berlin

'The most weirdest things, make the most beautiful pictures' by Michael Bussell &

'Time Keepers' by Johanna Odersky at Intersticio, London

'Bliss' by Ellande Jaureguiberry at A.ROMY, Geneva

Andrew Birk: ‘I am trying to figure out how to move through the burdens and privileges of society and culture and digitization and capital and entertainment, and come out the other side having made art that I can be proud of, that feels like time well spent, that equates somehow to a life well lived. We are alive only now. I know that that is so redundant, but it’s also so profoundly related to why art matters’. More…

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The Naked Girl Walking Backwards Like Crayfish' by Chloé Arrouy at NEVVEN ON SI

'Sloan' by Joseph Kusendila at Kantine, Brussels

'Grommets' by Rasmus Røhling at C.C.C., Copenhagen

'Goggelmoggel' by Lukas Schneider at Regatta 2, Dusseldorf

'Catacombs of Love' by Sylbee Kim at MÉLANGE, Cologne

'Kündigung' by Jannis Marwitz at Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf

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