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  Group show at Koldinggade 12, curated by Pernille Kapper Williams, opening 13 October
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  The Island of blossoming trees, Rosengård, Malmö 18.8-19.8.17
   
 
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  Solo at da Vinci's @coq_au_vin_space
   
 
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  '13 true stories' in Art Viewer: http://artviewer.org/magni-borgehed-at-last-resort/
   
 
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  '13 true stories' in Mousse Magazine: http://moussemagazine.it/magni-borgehed-last-resort-2016/
   
 
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  '13 true stories´at CURA.: http://curamagazine.com/tips/magni-borgehed-at-last-resort/
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  11th of June, 1- 4 pm: opening for '13 True Stories' at Last Resort, Copenhagen
   
 
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  Artist talk at The Dansih Royal Adcademy of Fine Arts, 7th of June 11am: http://www.kunstakademiet.dk/
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  Going Public at Toves: http://artviewer.org/going-public-at-toves/
 
 
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  Omelette at 1857: http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/2015/08/omelette-at-1857/
   
 
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  April 11th - May 16th Last Resort Gallery with Matthew Lutz-Kinoy and Natsuko Uchino: http://www.lastresortgallery.com/exhibitions#/kaelen/
   
 
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  Online show opens 6/5: lumbakudatest.tumblr.com
   
 
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  Artist talk at Emily Carr University: http://www.facebook.com/events/563484603748187/565442123552435/?notif_t=like
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  Upcoming solo show at MODEL, Vancouver: http://modelprojects.org/upcoming.html
   
 
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  Vienna show in Texte zur kunst: http://www.textezurkunst.de/daily/2014/jan/09/kolja-reichert-curated-by/
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Reciprocal Action listed by Elvia Wilk at Frieze d/e blog as one of the Highlights 2013: http://blog.frieze-magazin.de/highlights-2013-elvia-wilk/
   
 
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  Interview at Kopenhagen.dk by Janus Høm: http://kopenhagen.dk/magasin/magazine-single/article/reciprocal-action-1/
   
 
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  Installation shots from the show at Martin Janda: http://www.martinjanda.at/de/ausstellungen/2013/10/155/curated-by-jan-verwoert/#photo-1
   
 
  Foto: (c) Markus Wörgötter
   
  Press Release:
 

Opening: Thursday, October 10, 2013, 6 pm
Exhibition: October 11 - November 14, 2013

Painting. Reading. Writing. Are among things to be done around the house. But you could also: Prepare food. Pick a fight with your sister. Check for ghosts. Make love. Phone the printer. Or the house of commons. Tease the cat. Play some music. Not that these activities couldn't also be pursued in and from other places. Yet, in the house they may all happen, under one roof. So much can come to pass here on a single day that things feel like they happen not after, but next to one another, in parallel, at once.

Next to: Adjacency. Not history. Though it may be written in the process — of talking over breakfast, lunch, dinner. Peacefully perhaps. But not necessarily so. For politics sit across the table from you while art, literature and other troubles occupy the chairs next to yours. Members of the extended family. No enemies as such. But that won't already make them friends. Devils at your table. Lovers on the porch. Kobolds in the garden. Siblings all around.

Life at the Bell's? Virginia moody and Vanessa painting or getting some etchings done: for the dust jackets of Virginia's books, published, next to Freud's, by the Hogarth Press, the publishing house the Woolfs ran from home. Jackets are wrappers: they wrap pictures around poetry, painting around prose; they wrap up abstraction and narration into a thing (book) to be put into circulation, for shaping the modern condition, maybe.

Taking its cue from the zany congenial wit of Vanessa Bell's jacket designs for Woolf's books, the exhibition next to perplexed you shows the work of artists practicing adjacency: painting is in the house with patterning and object-making for Magni Borgehed, it is wrapped up in an imbroglio of color alchemy by Lucy Stein, it lives among ghosts amidst rocks with Malin Gabriella Nordin, and is but a philosopher's stone's throw away from the concrete poetry and prose by Sarah Forrest and Virginia Hutchison, set in letters cast from lead objects they made and then melted down. The medium? A means for making adjacent worlds brush up against each other in a house where ink is sister to paint.

Jan Verwoert

 
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  Foreign Figs for Florence: www.dingum.de
   
 
  With support by Iaspis – The Swedish Arts Grants Committeé’s International Programme for Visual Artists
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  Catalouge avalible at Motto: http://www.mottodistribution.com/shop/magni-borgehed.html
   
 

   
  or at:
 

Bildmuseet, Konstnärligt campus, Östra Strandgatan 30B, 903 33 Umeå, Sweden, www.bildmuseet.umu.se
Konst-ig
, Åsögatan 124, 116 24 Stockholm, Sweden, www.konstig.se
Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Götaplatsen 412 56, www.konstmuseum.goteborg.se
Malmö Konsthall,S:t Johannesgatan 7, 20010 Malmö, Sweden, www.konsthall.malmo.se/
Motto, Skarlitzer Str. 68, im Hinterhof, 10997 Berlin, U1 Schlesiches Tor, www.mottodistribution.com
Växjö Konsthall, Västra Esplanaden 10, 35112 Växjö, Sweden
Vetlanda Museum, Kyrkogatan 31, 57431 Vetlanda, Sweden
Nässjö Konsthall, Mariagatan 2, 571 31 Nässjö, Sweden

 
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