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Wednesday
Feb182015

Viviane Sassen – Pikin Slee

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Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall
London SW1Y 5AH
February 3 – April 12, 2015

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A solo show by the Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen, entitled Pikin Slee, opened at the ICA in London earlier this month. The exhibition is primarily focused on a body of work from 2013 that she produced in the Surinamese village of the same name.

"My memories of Africa have always played a major role in my life and in my work. I guess that’s because they filled my very first consciousness. It’s in my spine, my blueprint so to speak. When I returned back from Kenya, all I knew was my life there, so Holland seemed very strange and new to me. Now that I’ve travelled so much in Africa over the past 12 years, my ideas about the continent and about myself in relation to it, have changed of course. But it’s a continuous journey, both in the inside world and the outside world. My work is a reflection of that journey."

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Friday
Aug292014

Gosha Rubchinskiy: Crimea / Kids

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A5 photozine
80 pages
Numbered edition of 300

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Released to coincide with the Gosha Rubchinskiy event at the ICA in London today, Crimea / Kids is the first book to be published by Idea. Limited to 300 copies, the 80-page, staple bound publication features a mix of black and white and full colour imagery, and is sure to sell out very quickly.

Available at Idea Books

Friday
Jul262013

South As A State of Mind Magazine

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—01. Published by LifO and Kunsthalle Athena.

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This Greek magazine attempts to simulate the essence of southern region living through the appropriation of modern art. Heavyweights like Juergen Teller, Mikhail Bakunin, Martin Kippenberger, and more use their work as tools to help outsiders better understand a very particular way of life.

Available at ICA

Thursday
Jan242013

Juergen Teller's Woo at ICA London

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January 23rd - March 17th, 2013
Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH

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Juegen Teller's first solo show in the UK for a decade opened yesterday at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts. Featuring a retrospective of works the exhibition is not to be missed if you happen to live in the vicinity, or are planning a visit.

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