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Date Title City
09.13.2008 - 12.13.2011 Sanja Iveković at Museum sztuki Łódź
07.01.2009 - 11.01.2009 Nedko Solakov, Emotions (without masks) Darmstadt
08.01.2009 - 11.01.2009 Vuk Coscic - Out of Character Perth
08.19.2009 - 10.19.2009 TECHNIQUES Sofia
09.04.2009 - 09.27.2009 Anri Sala - Why the Lion Roars Installation Berlin
09.04.2009 - 10.25.2009 28th Biennial of Graphic Arts Ljubljana
09.04.2009 - 10.04.2009 Anabasis - On RItuals of Homecoming Łódź
09.08.2009 - 11.14.2009 AES+F Defile Wien
09.10.2009 - 10.10.2009 Tomasz Kowalski Berlin
09.21.2009 - 10.18.2009 "I Love Bach" - Ciprian Ciuclea at Calina, Timisoara (RO) Timisoara
09.22.2009 - 10.25.2009 X Baltic Triennial of International Art Vilnius, Lithuania
10.02.2009 - 11.15.2009 CIRCUMSTANCE: The 50th October Salon in Belgrade Belgrade
10.03.2009 - 12.30.2009 W. Kentridge and Oleg Kudryashov at the Kreeger Washington DC
10.03.2009 - 03.28.2010 Soviet Alternative Art Photography at the Zimmerli New Brunswick
10.10.2009 - 11.01.2009 Works from MoCA Sofia in Hamburg Hamburg
10.16.2009 - 11.20.2009 "Agents and Provocateurs" at ICA, Dunaujvaros (H) Dunaujvaros
10.19.2009 - 11.08.2009 Housing Models: Experimentation and Everyday Life Sofia
10.23.2009 - 01.03.2010 Andrzej Tobis at Znaki czasu Torun
10.29.2009 - 11.22.2009 Jitka Mikulicova at Karlin Studio Praha
11.07.2009 - 12.20.2009 "Communism Never Happened" at Feinkost Berlin
11.11.2009 - 05.30.2010 "Blue Horizon" at the Zimmerli New Brunswick
11.12.2009 - 02.10.2010 "Gender Check" - Feminist Art in Eastern Europe (Vienna) Wien
11.17.2009 - 01.16.2010 Ilya & Emilia Kabakov at the Sprovieri London
11.19.2009 - 02.14.2012 Adrian Gheni at MNAC Bucharest
11.24.2009 - 01.10.2011 "Dress" Group Show at CCA, Radom Radom

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ArticlesRos Gray (London) considers two art works made in recent years in Angola: the exhibition Lion & Ox, which featured art works by António Ole and Art Orienté objet, and the installation Icarus 13 by Kiluanji Kia Henda ("A Lingering Lusotopia: Thinking the Planetary from Angola"). María Amalia García writes about past disputes between Argentina and Brazil over hegemony in the region and proposes a new approach to Brazilian cultural intervention in Paraguay ("Hegemonies and Models of Cultural Modernization in South America: The Paraguay-Brazil Case"). Focusing on Artur Barrio, Jacques Coursil, and Damián Ortega, Fernanda Negrete discusses the plastic arts' non-dialectical engagement with materiality ("Chaos-monde and the Aesthetics of Depth in Artur Barrio, Jacques Coursil, and Damián Ortega").

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