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Discussing Metamodernism

Postmodernism is over. As global warming, the credit crunch and political instabilities are rapidly taking us beyond that so prematurely proclaimed ‘End of History’, the postmodern culture of relativism, irony…

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The Young Berlin Artists

Over the last few decades, the international art scene has moved to Berlin. En masse. Inspired by cheap rents, massive spaces, and a high quality of life. But also by the…

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The door opens inwards

Some time ago, Galerie Tanja Wagner curated the first exhibition explicitly linked to the metamodern. It would be an understatement to say that the exhibition was a success in terms…

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What meta means and does not mean

Over the last few months, there has been much discussion online as well as at parties, galleries and conferences, about the meaning of the prefix meta- in metamodernism. Now, of…

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Galerie Tanja Wagner opens its doors – onto the metamodern

On the 25th of September, Galerie Tanja Wagner will open its doors with the much anticipated, aptly titled exhibition ‘Die Tür geht nach Innen auf’. But what is it that…

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Sejla Kameric

It is difficult to describe what Sejla Kameric’s work is about. It is about an international conflict (the Balkan wars). It is about the decline of a city (Sarajevo). It is about ethnic cleansing (of Bosnian-Herzegovians). It is about longing for a past that is lost (a culture’s, a city’s, the artist’s). It is about the emancipation of a young girl (the artist herself). Kameric’s work is political. But it is also personal. However, one would be mistaken to call the political personal and vice-versa.

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Notes on Metamodernism, 2014