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Anne Libby, Split Tint, 2022. Image courtesy of the artist and Tina Kim Gallery.

Welcome to This Week in Culture, a weekly agenda of show openings and events in major cities across the globe. From galleries to institutions and one-of-a-kind happenings, our on-going survey highlights the best of contemporary culture, for those willing to make the journey.

 

“House for the Inhabitant Who Refused to Participate” by Charlap Hyman & Herrero
Tina Kim Gallery New York

Curated by Charlap Hyman & Herrero, the title of this group exhibition refers to a project of the same name by John Hejduk. The noted architect created a stunning example of, in his own words, “the architecture of pessimism.” This sense of entrapment within the present moment flows throughout the works now on display, a cold rebuttal to early Modernists’s infatuation with the future and its many possibilities. Artwork by Hejduk is featured alongside that of Louise Bourgeois, Heidi Bucher, Sam Chermayeff, and more. “House for the Inhabitant Who Refused to Participate” is on view through January 21, 2023 at Tina Kim Gallery in New York.

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