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CARSTEN NICOLAI: SOUNDINGS. A CONTEMPORARY SCORE
AUGUST 2013

MoMA's first major exhibition of sound art presents work by 16 of the most innovative contemporary artists working with sound. The artists in the exhibition are Luke Fowler, Toshiya Tsunoda, Marco Fusinato, Richard Garet, Florian Hecker, Christine Sun Kim, Jacob Kirkegaard,Haroon Mirza, Carsten Nicolai, Camille Norment, Tristan Perich, Susan Philipsz, Sergei Tcherepnin, Hong-Kai, Wang Jana Winderen and Stephen Vitiello. Show is open until 3 November 2013.
 
CARSTEN NICOLAI: UNIDISPLAY
SEPTEMBER 2012
Hangar Bicocca, Milan
On 20 September HangarBicocca is inaugurating unidisplay, an audiovisual installation over 50 metres long by Carsten Nicolai, who on 29 November will also stage a spectacular live performance. Curated by Chiara Bertola and Andrea Lissoni, the opening evening of Carsten Nicolai's exhibition project is part of the programme MITO SettembreMusica Festival.
 
DALLAS ART FAIR
APRIL 2011
The Arts District, Dallas

For the first time this year, Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma will participate at the Dallas Art Fair. The fair will be open from 7 to 10 April 2011. The gallery will be located in Booth B4.

 
EDDIE PEAKE: AMIDST A SEA OF FLAILING HIGH HEELS AND COOKING UTENSILS, PART 1
JULY 2012
Tate Modern, The Tanks, London
Eddie Peake presents a new performance made especially for the Tanks. He works with bodies, movement and music, playfully exploring physical form in all its manifestations Peake's bodies become both sculptural and sexual objects via choreographed actions, encouraging the audience to give in to voyeuristic desire. Presented in co-operation with the Chisenhale Gallery, London, where Peake presents a related performance on Thursday 26 July 2012, 19.00
 
EDDIE PEAKE: AMIDST A SEA OF FLAILING HIGH HEELS AND COOKING UTENSILS, PART 2
JULY 2012
Chisenhale Gallery, London
The piece will feature an original live musical composition and an ensemble of male and female dancers. Through this new work, Peake continues and elaborates upon motifs explored in his most recent performances, addressing the process by which gender and sexuality can be read and signified in performative contexts. Through choreographed movement, the dancers bodies become both sculptural and sexual objects, playing on the audience's voyeuristic desire.
 
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