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'Understudies: I, Myself Will Exhibit Nothing'

With Latifa al-Zayyat, Geta Brătescu, Moyra Davey, Amit Dutta, Haris Epaminonda & Daniel Gustav Cramer, Iman Issa, Paul Neagu, Olaf Nicolai, Sergei Parajanov, Mohammad Rabie, Walid Raad, Valeska Soares as well as a loan from Museum Rietberg: Art of the World in Zurich

The exhibitionUnderstudies: I, Myself Will Exhibit Nothing is curated by artist Iman Issa (b. 1979, EG), whose own work often manifests itself in the form of displays with multiple elements in which text plays a central role.Understudies: I, Myself Will Exhibit Nothing gives Issa her first opportunity to reflect on her working practices in the context of a group exhibition, bringing together works by artists*, writers* and filmmakers* whose respective practices create their own unique parameters and universes. Many of the works selected here by Issa engage with illustration, portraiture and autonarrative. Curator: Iman IssaAssistant Curator: Léon Kruijswijk

Runtime: from October 2021

Price info: berlinpass–holder: 4 € Free admission to visitors up to and including 18, holders of the KW Lover* card, members of the KW Freunde e. V.

Price: €8.00

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