FRANKFURTER KUNSTVEREIN May 13-July 25 Curated by Lilian Engelmann and Holger Kube Ventura Sven Johne is not one of the loud ones.
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FKV stands for Frankfurter Kunstverein (Germany)
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] DIRECTOR OF THE FRANKFURTER KUNSTVEREIN FROM JANUARY 2005 THROUGH JULY 2008, CHUS MARTINEZ IS NOW CHIEF CURATOR AT THE MUSEU D'ART CONTEMPORANI DE BARCELONA.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 6 PROMISE LAND This animated short about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was the undisputed favorite among artists in the "nation" exhibit at the Frankfurter Kunstverein in 2003.
VA [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] FRANKFURT Populism Frankfurter Kunstverein May 10-September 4 Curated by Lars Bang Larsen, Cristina Ricupero, and Nicolaus Schafhausen For over a century, the politics of "populism" has been used to rail against big business and bad government--and to kindle a rise in nationalism and xenophobia.
In fact, many of his projects are attractive precisely because of their simplicity: For his installation [infinity], 2001, he installed mirrors on the ceiling and floor of an elevator at the Frankfurter Kunstverein, then removed all the numbers from the buttons.
Frankfurt was Theodor Adorno's home for most of his life, so it is fitting that the Frankfurter Kunstverein has organized "Adorno: Die Moglichkeit des Unmoglichen" (Adorno: The Possibility of the Impossible) at the end of 2003, the centennial of his birth.
A Tank Translated, 2002, which was shown this spring at the Frankfurter Kunstverein, the Witte de With in Rotterdam, and Postmasters, New York, disrupts the process of identification with faulty translations.