March 27th, 2016

Week in Review: March 27, 2016

Vittorio Brodmann at Halle Fu?r Kunst Lu?neburg

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This week’s featured exhibitions:

Josh Smith at Bonner Kunstverein

Louisa Gagliardi at Tomorrow

Nicholas Buffon at Callicoon Fine Arts

Vittorio Brodmann at Halle Für Kunst Lüneburg

Lena Henke at Real Fine Arts

Andrea Bowers at Andrew Kreps

Jeanette Mundt at Off Vendome

Susan Hiller at MOT International

Judith Hopf at kaufmann repetto

Ryan Gander at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenen

Camille Blatrix at Palette Terre

“duh? Art & Stupidity” at Focal Point

Have an excellent week.

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