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Artist: Olivier Mosset    Venue: Kunsthalle Zurich    Exhibition Title: Leaving the Museum    Date: April 21 – June 17, 2012

Artist: Olivier Mosset Venue: Kunsthalle Zurich Exhibition Title: Leaving the Museum Date: April 21 – June 17, 2012

Roman Hahlbrock/Jonas Zais, save our space. Installation, Rundgang KHM 2011.

Roman Hahlbrock/Jonas Zais, save our space. Installation, Rundgang KHM 2011.

Tunnel  Painting by @SaatchiOnline artist     Julia Gajewska  London #art #blue

Tunnel Painting by @SaatchiOnline artist Julia Gajewska London #art #blue

David Kramer, Big Dreams, 2011. Encre sur papier.  Courtesy Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris.  Photography: Grégory Copitet.

David Kramer, Big Dreams, 2011. Encre sur papier. Courtesy Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris. Photography: Grégory Copitet.

Remote Control. The exhibition 'Remote Control' (April 3, 2012 - 10 June 10, 2012) marks the end of the analog signal by uniting works that take TV and break it apart.

Remote Control. The exhibition 'Remote Control' (April 3, 2012 - 10 June 10, 2012) marks the end of the analog signal by uniting works that take TV and break it apart.

Alona Harpaz & Mika Rottenberg, "Infinite Earth," 2012. Installation. Photo by Elad Sarig.

Alona Harpaz & Mika Rottenberg, "Infinite Earth," 2012. Installation. Photo by Elad Sarig.

Rudolf Stingel at Secession

Rudolf Stingel at Secession

Société Réaliste, State of Shades: Hungarian National Painting Grey. Average Colour of 684 Major Paintings from the Hungarian National Gallery's Collection, 2012. Site-specific installation (detail).*

Société Réaliste, State of Shades: Hungarian National Painting Grey. Average Colour of 684 Major Paintings from the Hungarian National Gallery's Collection, 2012. Site-specific installation (detail).*

William S. Burroughs' artistic output on view for the first time in Germany at ZKM    A visitor looks at 'Self-Portrait (Tanger)' by US writer William S. Burroughs at the Burroughs exhibition at the ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany

William S. Burroughs' artistic output on view for the first time in Germany at ZKM A visitor looks at 'Self-Portrait (Tanger)' by US writer William S. Burroughs at the Burroughs exhibition at the ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany

Fayçal Baghriche, “Envelopments,” 2010. Flags from 28 countries, flagpoles, and hardware. Courtesy the artist and Nadour Collection.   Photo: Simon Boudvin. // e-flux for CAMH

Fayçal Baghriche, “Envelopments,” 2010. Flags from 28 countries, flagpoles, and hardware. Courtesy the artist and Nadour Collection. Photo: Simon Boudvin. // e-flux for CAMH

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