Nico Krijno in Romantik

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Nico Krijno will be participating in the group exhibition Romantik at August Produzentengalerie, Cologne, Germany. The exhibition runs from the 26th November until the 6th December 2015.

Romance – What it is capable of, where are its limits?

There is the thesis, that romance is displaced by the humans putative need to be in control of everything that happens in their lives, which causes a lack of passion, mysticism and thirst for adventure. Theoreticians raise the question of whether romance is in ultimate danger or if it nevertheless finds its way into society in new appearances and if so, what does it look like nowadays?

In the exhibition we want to show the artists views on what romance looks like to them, what they think about traditional forms and new possibilities of being romantic, where they (don’t) see romance and if they either have a emotional or rational way of dealing with it.

August Produzentengalerie presents the group exhibition ‘Romantik’ with works by: Daniel Angermann, Lukas Höh, Ralf Garbe, Nico Krijno, Frauke Schneider, Timo Schmidt, and Helmut Smits

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Pierre Fouché and Athi-Patra Ruga in Queer Threads Exhibition

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce the inclusion of Pierre Fouché and Athi-Patra Ruga in the group exhibition Queer Threads curated by John Chaich, and organised by the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.

Twenty-six artists from around the world remixing fiber traditions and materials to explore contemporary LGBTQ identities and ideas.

The exhibition opens at 5pm, 11 December and runs until 13 March 2016 at the Decker Gallery, MICA, 1301 W. Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21217

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