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Aglaia Konrad

Solo Exhibitions (selection)

01/01/2012

  • Aglaia Konrad: Concrete and Samples
    Sainbury Centre for Visual Arts - Norwich - UK

01/01/2011

  • Villa Romana - Florence - Italy

01/01/2010

  • The Chain - Düsseldorf - Germany

01/01/2009

  • Museum for Contemporary Art - Siegen - Germany

01/01/2008

  • Galerie Nadja Vilenne - Luik - Belgium

01/01/2008

  • Art Cologne - Cologne - Germany

01/01/2007

  • Nord/ LB Bank - Hannover - Germany

01/01/2006

  • PLUG-IN Gallery - Winnipeg - Canada

01/01/2006

  • Festival des Images - Vevey - Switzerland

01/01/2006

  • Plans Volés
    Galerie SKOPIA - Genève - Switzerland

01/01/2005

  • deSingel - Antwerp - Belgium

01/01/2005

  • Iconocity
    Frehrking Wiesehöfer Galerie - Cologne - Germany

01/01/2004

  • Roth Horowitz - New York (NY) - USA

01/01/2004

  • Camera Austria - Graz - Austria

01/01/2002

  • argos - Brussels - Belgium

01/01/2001

  • Architektur Zentrum - Wien - Austria

01/01/2001

  • Ecole des Beaux-Arts - Valenciennes - France

01/01/2001

  • Sint-Lukasgalerie - Brussels - Belgium

01/01/1997

  • Gallery Museum - Bolzano - Italy

01/01/1997

  • APP.BXL - Brussels - Belgium

01/01/1996

  • Gallery Fotomania - Rotterdam - The Netherlands

01/01/1995

  • Gallery De Vaalserberg - Rotterdam - The Netherlands

01/01/1995

  • Stedelijk museum - Amsterdam - The Netherlands

01/01/1993

  • Salzburger Kunstverein - Salzburg - Austria

01/01/1991

  • Gallery Gaby Fenne - Düsseldorf - Germany

Group Exhibitions (selection)

2012

'Monolith/ life' (with Willem Oorebeek), Sint-Lukasgalerie, Brussels (Belgium)

2011

Fotofestival Mannheim, Mannheim (Germany)

2010

'Monolithes ou l'architecture en suspens (1950-2010), FRAC Centre, Orleans (France)
'No Ifs, No Buts', Open Space, Wenen (Oostenrijk)/ DEPO, Wenen/Istanbul (Turkey)
'Human/Inhuman', Wüttembergische Kunstverein, Stuttgart (Germany)
'2 ½ Dimensional: film featuring architecture', DeSingel, Antwerp (Belgium)
'Gazes of Architecture on the Body', Tokyo Wonder Site, Tokyo/ Museum of Contemporary Art, Kumamoto (Japan)

2009

Art Brussels, Galerie Nadja Vilenne, Brussels (Belgium)
VOLTA Art Fair, Basel (Switzerland)

2008

'A certain mess', Brakke Grond, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
'Le soigneur de gravité', MAC'S, Hornu (Belgium)
'La vie moderne/revisitée', Centre d'Art Passerelle, Brest (France)
'Common Place', Vienna International Apartment, Brussel (Belgium)
'Die Lucky Bush', MuHKA, Antwerp (Belgium)
Art Brussels, Galerie Nadja Vilenne, Brussels (Belgium)

2007

'Spectacular City', NWR Forum, Düsseldorf (Germany)
'Flash Cube', Samsung Museum, Seoul (China)
'Spectacular City', NAi, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

2006

'A Friend of mine, Galerie Skopia, Genève (Switzerland)
'Talking Cities', Zeche Zollverein, Essen (Germany)
'Spectacular City', NAI, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

2005

Future of The City, Nancy (France)
'Open City', Architecture and Urbanistic Biennale, Shenzhen (China)

2004

'Future Cities', Hamilton (Canada)
Whitstable Bienniale, Kent (United Kingdom)
'Amicalement Votre', Musee des Beaux-Arts, Tourcoing (France)
Metamorph 9th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice (Italy)

2003

'Horror Vacui. Fotografie van de lege stad', Witte Zaal, Ghent (Belgium)
'To Find a Home', SeARCH, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

2002

'Richard Venlet. Paramount Basics (extended)', Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp (Belgium)
'Urbane Sequenzen', Kunsthalle Erfurt Museum Stadt Velbert, Velbert (Germany)
'COPY', Roth Horowitz, New York (USA)

2000

'Metro>Polis', Brussels (Belgium)
'Orbis Terrarum. Ways of Worldmaking', Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp (Belgium)
Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai (China)
'Unfortunately last Sunday afternoon somebody left the door open...', Het Domein, Sittard (The Netherlands)

1999

'Cities on the Move', Lousiana Museum for moderne Kunst, Humblebaek (Denmark); Hayward Gallery, London (United Kingdom) and Kiasma Museum, Helsinki (Finland)
'City Pity', DAAD Galerie, Berlin (Germany)
'Frontera' Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City (Mexico)