Paolo Cirio´s Overexposed at Münchener Stadtmuseum

NO SECRET! BILDER DER ÜBERWACHUNG

Opening 23 MARCH 2017 at 7h00
24 MARCH - 16 JULY 2017

Münchner Stadtmuseum
Di–So 10–18 Uhr
St.-Jakobs-Platz 1 80331 München
muenchner-stadtmuseum.de

NOME Gallery opens new space with solo show by James Bridle

NOME is pleased to announce that the gallery will relocate to Kreuzberg in April 2017, after two years of activity.
The new space will open with a solo show by James Bridle.

Paolo Cirio´s Street Ghost at Haifa Museum of Art

Anonym-X: The End of the Privacy Era - Curated by Svetlana Reingold

Haifa Museum of Art
Shabtai Levi St 26
Haifa, 3304331, Israel
www.hma.org


Opening 18 FEBRUAR 20:00

Paolo Cirio´s Overexposed on view at C/O Berlin for Watched! Surveillance, Art & Photography

Opening 17 FEBRUAR

18 FEBRUAR - 23 APRIL 2017
C/O Berlin
Amerika Haus
Hardenbergstraße 22–24, 10623 Berlin
www.co-berlin.org
 

Paolo Cirio´s Street Ghost featured at Museum für Fotografie in Berlin

Watching You, Watching Me. A Photographic Response to Surveillance

17 FEBRUAR - 2 JULI 2017
Museum für Fotografie
Jebensstraße 2, 10623 Berlin

Watching You, Watching Me: A Photographic Response to Surveillance curated by Stuart Alexander, Susan Meiselas, and Yukiko Yamagata. Organized by the Open Society Foundations – New York in cooperation with the Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Evidentiary Realism at Fridman Gallery in NY

An exhibition presented by NOME and Fridman Gallery
February 28 – March 31, 2017
Fridman Gallery 287 Spring St, New York, NY 10013
EvidentiaryRealism.net

Kirsten Stolle examines the influence of chemical companies on our food at NOME

NOME is pleased to present Kirsten Stolle’s first solo exhibition in Europe, "Proceed at Your Own Risk".

Kirsten Stolle examines the global influence of chemical companies on our food supply and explores the connection between corporate interests and public health. Using post-WWII America as her stage, Stolle’s collages, drawings and site-responsive installations investigate corporate propaganda, environmental politics and biotechnology.

Kirsten Stolle´s Revolutionary Control featured at Power Plant Gallery, Durham NC

Soundings: Protest|Politics|Dissent

JANUARY 10–FEBRUARY 18, 2017

Opening Reception: January 13, 2017 5–8pm

A broadcast audio exhibition at the Power Plant Gallery featuring works by local, national, and international artists.

Winter break

We are closed for winter break
22 December 2016–10 January 2017

NOME wishes you Happy Holidays!

 

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