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Rundgang tip: Grit Hachmeister at ASPN

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Grit Hachmeister, Ach exhibit wallpaper at ASPN, (Photo: maeshelle west-davies)

“You’ll be drawn in by the wallpaper that bears his image. The dogs in the drawings will make you smile. The ceramic pieces will access your imagination. And the images will let you in on his journey.”

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Lofft Das Theater is OPEN! NOW!

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Iggy Lond Malmborg, Physics and Phantasma. (Photo: Renee Altrov)
Iggy Lond Malmborg, Physics and Phantasma. (Photo: Renee Altrov)

More won’t mean less for the new LOFFT Das Theater at Spinnerei.

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Bolsonaro lurking in the shadows at Spinnerei

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“Walking into Spinnerei Leipzig’s Halle 12, I expected to see Bolsonaro’s effigy in all manners of artistic defacing. Instead, I only caught Bolsonaro’s silhouette, so to speak, lurking around the political art. Present, but not obvious, kind of like how artists protested during the Brazilian dictatorship in 1964-85.”

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She BAM! Empowering women in the arts

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Photo: She BAM! Art
Photo: She BAM! Art

“Entering the space under construction at the time of my visit, I am greeted by Sarah Pschorn’s works like a cast of characters gathered on a stage.”

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re-kriˈeiʃən: “example of radical change”

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“Put to the test daily, people follow very individual impulses, other social groups represent different ideas and concepts, and theories often cannot be put into practice.” – Caroline Hake. The artist’s new solo exhibition has its opening reception tonight at Galerie b2, in the Spinnerei complex.

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HALLE 14: what all the production’s about

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Project by Studio Swine @ HALLE 14. (Photo © Elizabeth Gerdeman)
Project by Studio Swine @ HALLE 14. (Photo © Elizabeth Gerdeman)

As part of the Spinnerei Fall Gallery Tour, HALLE 14 is opening its doors at 3 pm Saturday, 8 September, to kick off the exhibition New Urban Production. The project is a search for new relationships between art, design and technology, and their visibility in urban space.

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