Traces

100 Years Asger Jorn The exhibition Traces – 100 Years Asger Jorn at the Cobra Museum for modern art in Amsterdam marks the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Asger Jorn (1914-1973), with works by Jorn and selected works by his contemporaries. Asger Jorn is known as the artist who invented in 1964 the three sided football match to explain his notion of triolectics, his refinement on the concept of dialectic, as well as to disrupt…

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Traces of Memento

Artist in Residence from Germany in the Footsteps of a Forgotten Time in Istanbul Walking through the streets of Istanbul with artist Gisela Gräning gives an interesting insight into her workflow. Although the city tour feels a bit like a sally, it’s obvious that Gräning has an eye for details in architecture and their socio-political implementations. She doesn’t stop walking while examining the scene and taking the shot: her gathering of…

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Forced Migration – Finding New Perspectives

These days it seems Europe lost its basic resource – its unity. Not because of environmental discrepancy, not because of economical clashes, not even because of the Greek crisis. To establish a broader feeling of disagreement within the European members it needed ten thousands and more refugees to cross the European border. That’s an awkward and doubtful point to confess for the European Union – but it’s an even more dreadful and disastrous…

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Gravity for All

The European Crisis and Fleeing Artists On November 10th, inenart in the name of diyalog participated into a round table about the migration crisis and cultural identity at the Centro Pecci in Prato, Italy. The round table and the discussion at Villa Romana in Florence was a collaboration between Centro Pecci and Villa Romana. Gravitiy for All will become a network between artists who just arrived in Italy and Europe and those who are already…

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Five Years InEnArt

The InEnArt team wishes all friends and supporters a good 2018. The InEnArt online platform and its sub-domains (Senses of Time, StreetWalking and the Mahalla Festival) were founded in December 2012 and exists now since 5 year. We thank all of our followers for their support during this period. Since 5 years we are creating and publishing articles and events about cultural approaches and creative developments mostly from the Mediterranean and…

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Traces at The Empire Project

The Empire Project is proud to present an exhibition of three contemporary Hungarian photographers in cooperation with the Nessim Gallery in Budapest. The works of these three photographers show a special aspect of contemporary photography. All three are in search of something deeper, something that transcends the image and poses the eternal question, “How do we, who are here under this sky, regain & retain our humanity? “Libya:…

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Traces of History – د تاریخی ابداتو په لټه

د کابل د تاریخی ښار په زړه کی د سیند په غاړه د لوګیو او ګردونو په منځ کی د رش څخه په ډکه ساحه کی د یوه ښایسته بڼ او زړه را ښکونکي منظر ښکلا سړئ ځانته ور غواړی دا د لوی امپراتور احمد شاه ابدالی د دویم زوی تیمورشاه خان درانی ، کوم چی د افغانستان پلازمینه یې دوه پیړۍ وړاندی د کندهار څخه کابل ښار ته را انتقال کړې وه، مقبره او پر هغه باندی جوړ سوي مزار دی چی اغا خان د خیر ښیګڼی نړیوال بنسټ په افغانستان کی د خپلو پراخو خدمتونو او د هیواد په ګوټ ګوټ…

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Contemplative Whirls

One Saturday afternoon in Istanbul – taxi drivers are pushing their horns, people are laughing in the streets and the muezzin of the mosque nearby is calling the believers to prayer. Atmosphere appears noisy and there is hustle and bustle all around. Except from Dancentrum in Elmadağ, where around 40 people are gathering in order to see dancers turning. The protagonists in question have been participating in a new dance workshop organized by…

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