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Ben Cain
Here and Now Real, Not Yet Concrete ...

Exhibition

Museum of Modern Art
Ljubljana
Slovenia

September 12 - October 15, 2006

work: one piece - installation
a collaboration with Tina Gverovic

Here and Now Real, Not Yet Concrete ... catalogue pages

An installation which dealt with ideas of illusion and cultural misrepresentation. Work also included graphic design for the catalogue and the flyer.

What, How & for Whom (WHW) is a non-profit organization for visual culture and curator's collective based in Zagreb, Croatia. WHW are funded by a variety of different bodies, including the Croatian Ministry of Culture, and The City of Zagreb.

The exhibition was jointly funded by MOMA, Ljubljana. Besides exhibitions, WHW projects encompass different formats of lectures and public discussions conducted by international artists, curators and cultural theoreticians, publications and a book edition on contemporary curatorial practice and cultural theory, radio and Internet broadcasts and interventions, screenings and live acts. Since June 2003, WHW has been running a city-owned gallery in the centre of Zagreb.

Slideshow: Ben Cain - Here and Now Real, Not Yet Concrete ...

WHW are funded by a variety of different bodies, including the Croatian Ministry of Culture, and The City of Zagreb. The MOMA, Ljubljana is an institution of international recognition which boasts a substantial permanent collection as well as a prolific programme of temporary exhibitions, seminars, screenings, and lectures. Recent projects have included Miroslaw Balka, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Cristina Iglesias, Anish Kapoor and Ulf Rollof, among others.

Review:
Petra Kaps: Fenomen Prevare Kot Temeljni Concept, in art journal Vecer, October 3, 2006.


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