Peace or Never, 21 Aug 2022 — 28 Aug 2022

Peace or Never

The current exhibition of the Bachelor's and Master's graduates of the "Next Generation" of the Institute of Art Gender Nature HGK FHNW is on display at Kunsthaus Baselland until 28 August.

Kunsthaus Baselland, St. Jakob-Strasse 170, Muttenz / Basel

In the exhibition “Peace or Never” the presentation of new works by over forty emerging artists in a leading art institution is here supported by the special nature of the graduation exhibition itself in the education of artists, who are transitioning from the sensitive environment of the art academy to the challenges of working as professional artists. To emphasize this unique set of conditions, each year a renowned guest curator is invited to curate the exhibition together with Chus Martínez, Head of the Institute Art Gender Nature. The guest curator is Fernanda Brenner, a curator and writer based in São Paulo and Brussels.

Artists involved: Sebastian Crispin Altermatt, Marisabel Arias, Colin Benjamin Barth, Cécile Baumgartner Vizkelety, Raffaela Boss, carolina brunelli, Wren Cellier, Dimitra Charamandas, Charles Benjamin Desotto, Yana Dyl, Valentin Egli, Hana El-Sagini, Hannah Maria Furgal, Sebastian Gisi, Janosch von Graffenried, Silas Heizmann, Charlotte Horn, Golnaz Hosseini, Vianne Houlmann, Jonas Huldi, Maria Ionescu, Ana Jikia, Diego Kohli, Minh Noah Krattiger, Benjamin Lenz, Josefina Leon Ausejo, Claire Megumi Masset, Anna Meisser, Milena Mihajlović, Manuela Libertad Morales Délano, Anita Mucolli, Sinai Mutzner, Joan Pallé, Kiki Pavlović / Demonbaby2222, Paula Santomé, Benoît Schmidt, Moa Sjöstedt, Fabio Sonego, Lukas Roman Stäuble, Ruben Stauffer, Fabienne Stucki, Jessica Voelke, Kateryna Vysoka, Victoria Wicki, Jack Young, Severin Zbinden

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Kunsthaus Baselland, St. Jakob-Strasse 170, Muttenz / Basel

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