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Bon Voyage! Travelling in Contemporary Art
Ludwig Forum, Aachen
13.11.2020–11.04.2120
Marina Abramovic & Ulay, Francis Alÿs, Sh?saku Arakawa, Kader Attia, Lothar Baumgarten, Janet Bellotto, Joseph Beuys, Christoph Brech, Stanley Brouwn, Peter Brüning, Michael Buthe, Julian Charrière, Kate Crawford & Vladan Joler, Ivan S. ?ujkov, Walter Dahn, Hélène Delprat, Simon Faithfull, Philipp Goldbach, Nancy Graves, Manaf Halbouni, Klara Hobza, Stefan Huber, Jean-Olivier Hucleux, Cécile Hummel, Matthew Day Jackson, Sven Johne, Norbert Kottmann, Alicja Kwade, Talisa Lallai, Via Lewandoswky, Richard Long, Hiroyuki Masuyama, Duane Michals, Roman Ondak, A. R. Penck, Michail Pirgelis, Dani Ploeger, Anne Pöhlmann, Jon Rafman, Michael Snow, Nicole Schuck, Katrin Ströbel & Mohammed Laouli, Timm Ulrichs, WChristoph Westermeier, Francesca Woodman (...)

Petit Programme
La Kunsthalle Mulhouse
01.06–23.08.2020
Eddie Ladoire, Anna Byskov, Chourouk Hriech, Lena Eriksson, Marianne Maric, Pusha Petrov, Elise Alloin, Katrin Ströbel, Guillaume Barborini, Jan Kopp, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Youssef Tabti

Be like a mangrove she said

Les brasseurs – art contemporain, Liège
16.09 - 24.10.2020
Solo exhibition, part of the Biennale de l'image possible

New publication out now!
MAKING LOVE TO UNKNOWN CITIES
In her conceptual drawings and multimedia installations, Katrin Ströbel questions the social and geopolitical realities of the present with a simultaneously playful and critical eye. The catalog MAKING LOVE TO UNKNOWN CITIES offers an overview of works from 2016 to 2019. With accompanying texts by Julie Crenn, Iris Dressler, Sophie Orlando and Dorit Schäfer.
MAKING LOVE TO UNKNOWN CITIES, Distanz Verlag, Berlin

Hans Molfenter Prize 2019 Awarded to Katrin Ströbel
This year’s Hans Molfenter Prize is being awarded to Katrin Ströbel. Since 1983 the State Capital of Stuttgart has awarded the €16,000 prize art prize—initially biennially and since 1995 triennially—to artists who have a connection to the region and have been recognized internationally for their outstanding artistic work.