Kunstraum exhibitions

Binnie Sisters: The Muddy Clearing
6 March - 11 April 2020
Private view: 5 March, 6:30pm

Julie Béna: The Jester & Death
January 10 - February 15

Dangerous Bodies: Barbara Kapusta
12 October - 16 November
(PV 11 October 6:30 – 9pm)

To Ailsa Rock
Beatrice Loft Schulz and Lindsay McMillan
14 June – 28 July

Something soft: Julie Béna, Susie Green, Deniz Ünal & Zoe Williams
13 April – 25 May (PV 12 April, 6.30–9pm)

Nils Alix-Tabeling
Le Bétyle d’Ail
19 January – 22 February 2019

Anna Hulačová
Graceful ride
29 Sept – 24 Nov 2018

Shelly Nadashi
The Avocado Vampire
26 April – 9 June 2018

Mary Hurrell
2 (Aerial)
9 March – 14 April 2018

Von Calhau!
12 January - 10 February 2018

Merike Estna
fragments from the shattered toe
29 September – 25 November 2017

Jennifer Tee
Structures of Recollection and Perseverance
1 July – 9 September 2017

Sophie Jung
Producing My Credentials
14 April – 27 May 2017

Olivier Castel
Communicating vessels
25 November 2016 - 11 February 2017

9 September – 5 November 2016

Jumana Emil Abboud
Haunted Springs and Water Demons in Palestine
14 May – 30 July 2016

Dorine van Meel
Disobedient Children
23 October – 19 December 2015

New Pabulum
Aline Bouvy and Simon Davenport
6 September - 10 October 2015

Alex Cecchetti
The printing house of hell
27 June - 22 August 2015

Barbara Visser
Manual/2: The Patient Artist
25 April – 13 June 2015

Unlearning to speak
Tyler Coburn, Luca Frei, Joachim Koester, Jacopo Miliani
28 February - 11 April 2015

Nicoline van Harskamp
25 October - 13 December 2014

Zin Taylor
The Tangental Zigzag
14 June – 26 July 2014

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Shelly Nadashi
The Avocado Vampire
26 April – 9 June 2018

Dina: “You must try the CGA – celery, ginger and avocado – Please try the CGA Alexis.”
Rina: “In this place there are no seasons. Every day the sun goes up and down precisely at the same time. We are on the equator.”
Dina: “Everything is predictable and stable in here, always.”
Rina: “But you only need to travel a short distance and hop, you’re already somewhere completely different.”
Dina: “Have you done Bali?”
Rina: Of course, we go there all the time, it’s one of our places. We love the Balinese and we love Ubud.
Dina: “How about the Maldives? Have you done Sri Lanka?”
Rina: “Of course, we were there over Chinese New Year.”
Dina: “We did the Maldives for Thanksgiving.”
Rina: “We’ve done weekends in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand AND Laos.”
Dina: “We can say we’ve done all of Indochina really. We’ve done vacations in Thailand and Cambodia. Terrible to see the killing fields, but such enterprise.”
Rina: “We did the hot air balloon at dawn in Bagan.”
Dina: “Oh, we did one in Siem Reap. Lovely view of the temples.”
Rina: “I always feel once you’ve seen one temple you’ve really seen them all.”
Dina: “I know, but not in Japan right?”
Rina: “We love Japan. Oh we love Japan for the ski. Nothing like Japan in the winter.”
Dina: “Did you do the tea ceremony?”
Rina: “Unfortunately we had to run. We were only there for 24 hours, but we did manage one shrine.”

Shelly Nadashi: The Avocado Vampire continues from 27 April – 9 June. This new commission for Kunstraum is supported by Artis Grant Program and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.