2021

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    Vincent Fecteau

    Since the early 1990s, Vincent Fecteau has worked with simple, sometimes everyday materials such as papier-mâché, foamcore, champagne corks, popsicle sticks, and shells to produce a body of work comprising sculptures and collages in a wide variety of forms. The Fridericianum presented the first institutional solo exhibition in Germany dedicated to the artist, who was born in 1969 in Islip, New York.
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    2020

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    Tarek Atoui Waters’ Witness

    October 3, 2020 – May 24, 2021

    The Fridericianum presented “Waters’ Witness”, the first solo exhibition in Germany of the work of Atoui, who was born in Beirut in 1980 and now lives in Paris.
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    Forrest Bess

    February 15, 2020 – September 6, 2020

    The Fridericianum presented the first exhibition in Germany of the artist’s work for over three decades. The show allowed visitors to rediscover this outstanding exponent of postwar art, who is as relevant for contemporary discourse as he is enigmatic.
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    2019

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    Rachel Rose

    October 26, 2019 – January 12, 2020

    In recent years, Rachel Rose has quickly risen to prominence for her compelling video installations and films. In her work, the artist often explores how our relationship to landscape, storytelling and belief systems around mortality are inseparably linked to one other.
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    Lucas Arruda Deserto-Modelo

    June 6 – September 8, 2019

    “Deserto-Modelo” is the title of the Fridericianum’s presentation of the first larger-scale institutional solo show by the artist Lucas Arruda, who was born in São Paulo in 1983. Arruda’s work comprises paintings, prints, light installations, slide projections and films.
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    Ron Nagle Euphoric Recall

    June 6 – September 8, 2019

    For more than six decades now, Ron Nagle has been producing works characterized by the fact that they manifest a maximum height of 20 cm. Despite their limited heights, these works, made among other things of ceramics, plastics, glazing agents and car paint, boast a presence and an effect which could hardly be more impressive.
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