“Alicja Kwade: In Between Glances” is a solo exhibition by Berlin-based artist Alicja Kwade debuting this fall at the List Visual Arts Center of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Working primarily in sculpture and installation, Kwade explores structures of reality, such as time and space, as well as systems of value that determine how we perceive the world and decide what constitutes the real.
Last week, MEUTE took things to the next level with a free, open-air performance in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. Donning their signature red marching band jackets, the band played for an energetic crowd full of old and new fans alike.
Combining digital media with technology and electronic music, one of Atlanta’s biggest events during the Wunderbar Together Pop Up Tour was the Studio Sculpture exhibit, held by Masary Studio and presented by Mutek SF.
The Fugees Academy brought a class of excited students that was eager to learn more about Germany and STEM topics by participating in a BASF chemistry workshop, climbing aboard the WanderbUS, checking out a Discover Bauhaus workshop, and practicing their soccer skills on the Siemens goal wall at the PopUp Tour in Atlanta!
Photographer Luigi Toscano’s traveling exhibition titled “Lest We Forget” is currently being proudly displayed at the World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri. This project displays 70 large-scale portraits of Holocaust survivors – 7 of which are photographs of survivors from the Kansas City area – outdoors in the memorial.