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Clementine Butler-Gallie

Clementine Butler-Gallie has 8 articles published.

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Clementine is an independent curator interested in historic and contemporary structures that empower cultural exchange. She is a British native that sees herself in a semi-permanent self-exile. She is currently planning to settle by a Saxon lake, but next year the dream may be entirely different.

Curated Monthly: Top art picks in Leipzig this January

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Top art picks Jan 2020
Guerrila Girls, "Not Ready To Make Nice." Photo: Gene Pittman © Guerrilla Girls (guerrillagirls.com)

Check out our Leipzig art insider Clementine’s first roundup for the next year!

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a&o Kunsthalle: one year later

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Exhibition "We All Should Be Lichens", A&O Kunsthalle
Exhibition "We All Should Be Lichens," Nov 2019. Photo by Gustav Franz

Hidden behind the back of the a&o hostel building close to the central station, you’ll find the a&o Kunsthalle. One year after opening, Tanja Heuchele and Julien Rathje share some insights into the beginning, the space’s current structure, and their future ambitions.

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Curated Monthly: Top December Art Picks for Leipzig

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Star lights hanging in a tre
Photo by Filip Bunkens on Unsplash

Leipzig’s art events in December 2019: An insider’s overview including highlights from the Grassi Museum, MfBK, and more!

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Curated Monthly: Top art picks in Leipzig this November

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Exhibition ‘You’re Not My Real Sun’, A&O Kunsthalle, 2019 - Photo courtesy of A&O Kunsthalle

November is around the corner and brings a fresh lineup of art events to Leipzig. Find out about all the best exhibitions from our art insider Clementine in our monthly roundup.

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Curated Monthly: Top October art picks for Leipzig

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October art events list
One of the October art highlights: “No Place For A Hass Avocado Tree” by Andrea Garcia Vasquez, 2019

October brings a whole slew of art events to Leipzig. An exciting month filled with more artist-run initiatives that offer true insight into what is being created in the city.

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Lebanon to Leipzig: a friendship told through art

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Lebanon in Leipzig: Artist Mahmoud Dabdoub and doctor Marwan Nuwayhid in 2019
Artist Mahmoud Dabdoub and doctor Marwan Nuwayhid in 2019. Photo by Clementine Butler-Gallie

“Mahmoud and I are opposites; he is an artist, I am a doctor, he is a Muslim, I am an atheist, he is a refugee, I am not. We are friends beyond our categories, because of something much deeper.”

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