Sanja Iveković "Triangle 2000+", 1979. Photograph (1 from a series of 4) Collection of Moderna galerija, Ljubljana

The museum confederation L'Internationale has invited artists Babi Badalov, Osman Bozkurt, Simnikiwe Buhlungu, Ola Hassanain, Sanja Iveković, Siniša Labrović, Rogelio López Cuenca & Elo Vega, Kate Newby, Daniela Ortiz, Zeyno Pekünlü, Maja Smrekar, Isidoro Valcárcel Medina, Guy Woueté, Akram Zaatari, and Paweł Żukowski to share reflections from their present working and living spaces, conditions and places. They suggest new perspectives on public/private space, solidarity and critique that are intrinsically connected with the present time.

Artists in Quarantine is a modest way to contribute to the conversation about the effects of the current pandemic, redeliberating the communication channels that have influenced the present perception and consumption of information, as well as rethinking the potentiality of existing spaces.

From 21 April, an artist’s proposal will be disseminated on the social media accounts of L'Internationale and the museums belonging to the confederation.

*Photo: Sanja Iveković, "Triangle 2000+", 1979. Photograph (1 from a series of 4). Collection of Moderna galerija, Ljubljana

Co-organized by:

L'Internationale. Our Many Europes. Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union
 

Our Many Europes is a programme by the European museum confederation "L'Internationale" and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. The members of L'Internationale (Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Moderna Galerija (MG+msum), Ljubljana, Van Abbemuseum, The Netherlands, MACBA, Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w Warszawie, SALT Research and programs Istanbul and Ankara, and Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid) and its partners National College of Art and Design (NCAD), Dublin and Valand Academy (Gothenburg University) are presenting more than 40 public activities (conferences, exhibitions,workshops) from now and until May 2022.

A single image can bear witness to the past and anticipate a foreseeable future.
Ignasi Aballí