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WEEKLY WRAP UP | JULY 7-11, 2014


This week we spent a day at the New Museum, announced the book launch for Queer Zines at Pro qm in Berlin, gave you a tour of le Chateau de Vaux-Le-Vicomte just outside of Paris, announced ‘My Atlas’ – an outdoor summer screening series in Los Angeles about women travelers, toured Heimo Zobernig’s new exhibition at Mudam in Luxembourg, announced a screening of the new documentary Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists at 356 Mission in L.A., spent a cloudy Paris day at Martial Raysse at Centre Pompidou, and gave you a sneak peak of Yvonne Rainer: Dances and Films at The Getty.

What a great week!


Heimo Zobernig’s new exhibition takes place at Mudam in Luxembourg until September 7.  Zobernig’s exhibition unfolds in two chapters. After Luxembourg, it will be continued at the Kestnergesellschaft in Hanover in November, where it will also occupy two distinct spaces. The first gallery will host the same group of sculptures, while the second will present a different series of paintings based on the most recent work shown in the exhibition at Mudam, Untitled (2013).


© Remi Villaggi


© Remi Villaggi


© Remi Villaggi