A Small Modification and Dérive of the Pontus Hultén Collection in the Renzo Piano Grotto by Jacqueline de Jong, at Moderna Museet
March 03, 2012
|Jacqueline de Jong and Michèle Bernstein,
Moderna Museet, February 25, 2012.
Photo: Åsa Lundén/Moderna Museet.
A Small Modification and Dérive of the Pontus Hultén Collection in the Renzo Piano Grotto: Jacqueline de Jong has made a selection from the Pontus Hultén collection, adding some of her own paintings and sculptures. Works by, among others, Jasper Johns, Marcel Duchamp, Pontus Hultén, Niki de Saint Phalle. February 25–April 9, 2012.
All the King's Horses is a series of exhibitions, seminars and events that investigate the legacies and the actuality of the Situationist movement and its network of associated groups and fractions.
7: Announcing All the King's Horses: a
series of publications, Sternberg Press.
6: A Paradise of Letters (part 2), Corner
A Record of Events, February 2012 – October 2010:
5. A Paradise of Letters, Moderna Museet in
collaboration with the Romanian Culture Institute, Stockholm.
4. "The SI and the Exhibition After Art",
Staedelschule, and "Situationist Postproduction", Freitagskueche,
3. Letterism Today?, Moderna Museet, and
Letterist Publications, SITE, Stockholm.
2. Letterist Cinema, Swedish Institute, and
"Histories of Letterism", castillo/corrales, Paris.
1. All the King's Horses: Histories of the
Situationist Movement, Moderna Museet, and Riot Kitchen, SITE,
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All the King's Horses is a series of exhibitions, seminars and events that investigate the legacies and the actuality of the Situationist movement. It poses two general questions: What are the histories of this movement, understood as an international network of associated groups and fractions? And in what ways do Letterist, Situationist and Post-Situationist concepts, theories and techniques continue to inform current cultural production? The project is organized by Moderna Museet, Stockholm in collaboration with Allianz Kulturstiftung.