Diango Hernández, cuban visual artist

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In Addition an exhibition of artist editions at Mostyn, Wales, UK curated by Adam Carr. From March 2018 Nina Beier, Sol Calero, Diango Hernández, Gabriele de Santis, Alek O., Jonathan Monk, and Marinella Senatore

Each participating artist has produced work using paper and has been asked to reconsider the traditional model of producing an edition, where each version of a work is identical. Although appearing formally similar, each In Addition piece will offer deviations and nuances that set apart each edition as a unique work, thereby playing with ideas of the original, ...

Lilia & Tulipan at Kunsthalle Lingen curated by Meike Behm 9. Juni – 19. August 2018, Eröffnung: Freitag, 8. Juni 2018, 19.00 Uhr Sunah Choi, Diango Hernández, Victor Man, Rupprecht Matthies, Tobias Rehberger, Willem de Rooij, Julia Schmid, Roman Schramm

Die Gruppenausstellung mit dem Titel „Lilia & Tulipan“ präsentiert Malerei, Installationen, Objekte, Fotografie und Videoarbeiten der national wie international bekannten Künstlerinnen und Künstler Sunah Choi, Diango Hernández, Victor Man, Rupprecht Matthies, Tobias Rehberger, Willem de Rooij, Julia Schmid und Roman Schramm, die auf unterschiedliche Art und Weise ...

Kunst x Kuba, Zeitgenössische Positionen seit 1989 (curated by Andreas Beitin and Antonio Eligio (Tonel)) Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany 08.09.17–18.02.18 Ludwig Forum Jülicher Straße 97-109, 52070 Aachen

The exhibition Art x Cuba. Contemporary Perspectives since 1989 – made possible thanks to the generous support of the Peter and Irene Ludwig Foundation and the German Federal Cultural Foundation – has its origin in a large collection of Cuban art in the Ludwig Collection. These works were exhibited at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf in 1990 in the exhibition Kuba ...

Two Destinations. Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández at Dortmunder Kunstverein curated by Oriane Durand. Opening on the 28th of July | 29. July – 25. August 2017

Like two sides of the same coin, the two positions complement each other. Similar to a visual diary, Anne Pöhlmann's series of printed textile panels takes us along on her first journey to Japan. Using compositions of snapshots of every day situations and famous motifs such as Mount Fuji, her series Japan Diary moves closer to this foreign culture. In doing so, ...

E X I T curated by Adam Carr at Rodolphe Janssen 22.06.2017 > 20.07.2017 Meriç Algün Ringborg | Simeon Barclay | Nina Beier | Walead Beshty | Claire Fontaine | Simon Fujiwara | Ryan Gander | Diango Hernández | Annette Kelm | Adam McEwen | Marlo Pascual | Amalia Pica | Torbjørn Rødland

E X I T is an exhibition that considers what it is to exit, to depart, to leave or be left, both with and without consent. Its leverage point is taken partly from the issue of Brexit, which likewise has been discussed the world over and its outcome is still fully untold.

Your Story! Geschichten von Flucht und Migration at Kunsthalle Emden 13. Mai bis 05. November 2017 Curated by Antje-Britt Mählmann

Your Story! will Raum geben für Darstellungen individueller Geschichten der Flucht und Migration in der modernen und zeitgenössischen Kunst. Gezeigt werden u.a. Werke von Basel Abbas und Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Etel Adnan, Kader Attia, Ergin Cavusoglu, Felix Gonzales-Torres, Diango Hernández, Jonas Mekas, Antonio Paucar, Anny und Sibel Öztürk, Mika Sperling und Hamid ...

lonelyfingers presenting Maps of You at PRODUCTION. Made in Germany III. kestnergesellschaft, Hanover 03. June 2017 – 03. September 2017 We are thinking of drawing our biographies as maps. Beginning with the lines drawn in our hands.

Katinka Bock | Lotte Lindner & Till Steinbrenner | Amy Lien & Enzo Camacho | Yorgos Sapountzis | Maria Anna Bierwirth | Daniel Knorr | Timotheus Vermeulen | Rita McBride | Anne Poehlmann | Diango Hernández | Owen Gump | Jessica Gispert | Sakae Ozawa | Monika Stricker | Daniel Maier-Reimer | Daniel Barroca | Lin May Saeed | Manuel Graf | Schirin Kretschmann | ...

On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection June 8, 2017 – April 8, 2018 Organized by PAMM Chief Curator Tobias Ostrander. This exhibition is presented by City National Bank with additional support provided by Cidade Matarazzo and Pomellato.

It presents a selection of works by Contemporary Cuban artists donated to the museum by Jorge M. Pérez, the majority from a recent gift of over 160 pieces, as well as works previously gifted to PAMM in 2012, and several recent acquisitions.

Luther and The Avant-Garde. May 19 – September 17, 2017 The historic prison in Wittenberg will serve as a central exhibition venue and is being renovated and opened to the public on the occasion of the exhibition.

The exhibition will include works by i.a. Eija-Liisa Athila, Ólafur Elíasson, Ayşe Erkmen, Isa Genzken, Diango Hernández, Christian Jankowski, Mischa Kuball, Antje Majewski, Sebastian Riemer, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Günther Uecker, Erwin Wurm and Zhang Peili.