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    Women's work is never done, Catherine de Zegher

    In this impressive anthology, internationally acclaimed curator and director Catherine de Zegher (° 1955, Groningen) compiles 27 influential essays on women artists from the numerous books she has written and edited throughout her career. Like many of de Zegher’s previous projects and books, Women’s work is never done promotes the feminine principle, showcasing the work of female artists from across the world. Though her approach to art often has a global reach, de Zegher directs her attention deeper, to the intimate and the relational, to the specific work and the distinctive project of each artist.


    ARTISTS: Everlyn Nicodemus, Cecilia Vicuña, Mona Hatoum, Ann Veronica Janssens, Martha Rosler, Nancy Spero, Ellen Gallagher, Anna Maria Maiolino, Avis Newman, Anna Atkins, Hilma af Klint, Emma Kunz, Agnes Martin, Gego, Eva Hesse, Joelle Tuerlinckx, Julie Mehretu, Cristina Iglesias, Ranjani Shettar, Bracha L. Ettinger, Ria Verhaeghe, Monika Grzymala, Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Judith Wright, Eva Kot’átková, Pierrette Bloch, Simryn Gill.
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    TIME SPACE POKER FACE

    This is the catalogue of the eponym exhibition held at be-Part, Waregem in the Spring of 2013. The exhibition included ten artists from various countries and various generations, including Nel Aerts, Peter Buggenhout, Adriano Costa, Laurent Dupont-Garitte, Willem Oorebeek, Alexandra Reynolds, Jani Ruscica, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Joke Van den Heuvel and Adriaan Verwée. The show was curated by Sofie Van Loo. 


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    Study Book (Drawing Papers 59), Joëlle Tuerlinckx

    Exhibition catalogue that turned out to be a true artist book made up of hundreds of b/w photographs taken by Tuerlinkx forming a radical walk-through of her exhibition 'Drawing Inventory' at the Drawing Center, New York (25.05–22.04.2006).



    “Coopting the living museum as a found object and employing its empty forms - vitrines, labels, walls, and frames - to probe, measure, and reconfigure the relations between objects and people within the institutional setting, Tuerlinckx is a provocative operator.”





    Laureate for the Plantin Moretus Award 2008




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