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Sanatorium for Seamstresses

Chuikov Gallery and Library of Rescued Books Bishkek,Kyrgyzstan6-19 OctoberINTERPRETING THE HISTORY OF POLLUTIONArt Prospect & TRASH-5

Field wifes

Museum Rijswijk/NL Installation of two parts IMAGES OF POWER/Textile Bienalle 26 June -12 November 2023

Against the War

Museum Helmond /NL RESILIENT REBELS 14 October -24 March 2024

Drawing Room, ( UAL) London

September 2023 The show is the result of the project: Drawing in social space, collaboration with UAL students and migrants from PACT, following the method: Utopian Unemployment Union

Zimmerli Art Museum

"The Body Implied" 16 February - 30 July 2024 Curator: Stephanie Dvareckas

Solo Show: To those who have no time to play

EXHIBITION OPENING: 13 October, 19:00 ARTIST: Gluklya (Natalia Pershina-Yakimanskaya) SUPPORTED BY: Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap; Gemeente Amsterdam; AFK; Stichting DOEN; Van Abbemuseum IN COLLABORATION WITH: Moawya Alkhadra BiSCA (Saadat Aitalieva) Shepherd Camara Roger Cremers Liah Frank Natalia Grezina Marianne Koeman Vladimir Rannev Benjamin Roth Gulmira Tursunbaeva Anna Bitkina Shaiymkan Chylgobaeva Kunduz Asanakunova Anisa Ibrayeva Nurlan Alymseitov Dinara Akylova Rahat Bolotbek Kyzy Zayna Ayazbekova Open Line Foundation CURATOR: Charles Esche Framer Framed presents To those who have no time to play, the largest solo exhibition for the Amsterdam-based artist Gluklya (Natalia Pershina-Yakimanskaya), curated by Charles Esche. In keeping with her previous work, the exhibition involves many collaborators from Kyrgyz textile workers and recent migrants to the Netherlands to musicians and writers. The exhibition is structured around four elements, each with its own unique architecture. These are two yurts, a dome, and a stage on which there will be occasional live performances. The works take us from Amsterdam to Bishkek, and via St. Petersburg back to Amsterdam again. Although conditions in Bishkek or St. Petersburg might seem far from Dutch society, bringing these different social and emotional geographies together through art emphasises connections between them. It is impossible to ignore the many disasters looming on the horizon: the climate crisis, extreme social inequality, the war in Ukraine and the harsh working lives of people supplying cheap goods to Western high streets. Gluklya relates it all in a surreal landscape, where humour appears unexpectedly. She takes us on an associative journey through global abuses, whether they be forced labour and migration, economic exploitation or abuse of power. CONTACT: ADDRESS: Oranje-Vrijstaatkade 71, 1093 KS Amsterdam OPENING TIMES: Tue – Sun (12:00 - 18:00) Free Entree
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