| boxes | zones quarters – project visualization at AMNUA, Nanjing. In the Art World, from the boring historical reality of IN|OUT SOURCE to the highlights of all kinds of tit-for-tat practices which result in Subjectification, Silk Road International, with its second round this March, demonstrates the continuing efforts of the AMNUA International Project to […]
“Sneak into” is a project working with the notion of work, truth, belonging and impersonating in contemporary society. The project has been part of the show “Unlived by what is seen” organized by independent curator Cui Cancan and artist duo Sun Yuan and Peng Yu in Beijng’s Galeria Continua, Pace Beijing and Tang Contemporary Art Center in 2014.
| boxes | zones quarters is an international artist gathering in Morocco from June 17th – July 17th 2014. Participating artists and curators come from Canada, Germany, China, Morocco, Iran and Russia. The project will last one month and will take place in various spaces in Casablanca and Rabat. Read more on http://morocco2014.irri-art.org
We invite to the „Children’s game//Kinderspiel//小意思”, a transcultural art project initiated by iRRi ART in cooperation with Starkad Berlin. Based on the three topics children’s games, children’s books and children’s songs we will approach the influences and impressions which form our character, our world view, our lives. Therefore we collect statements and reports, in order […]
iRRi ART & Wei Xiaohui @ First Floor Nanjing, 10. August 2013 An exhibition about life in China for one year. A collection of belly button lints installed as an open diary. A map of a body, a line, a net of the marks we carry with us where ever we live. We took our […]
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iRRi ART is a cooperative of art historians, exhibition developers and artists founded in 2012. Our work in the field of contemporary art is an open process characterized by exchange, communication and cooperation. We offer a highly flexible platform to elaborate ideas and curatorial concepts and realize international art and exhibition projects. Read more