Week in Review: August 13, 2017

Maria Loboda at Institut d'art contemporain

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This week’s featured exhibitions:

Maria Loboda at Institut d’art contemporain

Jiří Kovanda at Lulu

Tom Burr, Andrea Zittel at Bortolami

“Exo Emo” at Greene Naftali

“The Absent Museum” at Wiels

Cristina Iglesias at Konrad Fischer

“Where to?” at Carlos/Ishikawa

“Wormwood” at Ellis King

“I. Summer (after the Great Game)” at Miguel Abreu

Kiki Kogelnik at Kunsthall Stavanger

Group Show at Matthew Marks

Have an excellent week.

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