ANDRÉ ROTTMANN ON NAIRY BAGHRAMIAN

WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EXHIBITION: NAIRY BAGHRAMIAN . PRIVILEGED POINTS
26/06/2019 18h30
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Nairy Baghramian, Beliebte Stellen/Privileged Points, 2017. Collection Mudam Luxembourg - Acquisition 2018. Vue d’installation, Mudam Luxembourg, 2019 © Rémi Villaggi | Mudam Luxembourg 

André Rottmann, art historian and critic based in Berlin, on Nairy Baghramian.

André Rottmann is a Research Fellow and Lecturer in the Department of Art History at Freie Universität, Berlin.

Born in 1971 in Isfahan, Iran, Nairy Baghramian fled to Berlin, Germany in 1983, where she has lived ever since. Recently, she has had solo exhibitions at the Palacio de Cristal – Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (2018), the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis (2017-2018) and the SMK in Copenhagen (2017-2018). She has also participated in several major events and biennials, including, among others, the Festival d’Automne, Paris (2018), the 14th Lyon Biennial (2017), documenta 14 in Kassel (2017), Skulptur Projekte Münster (2007 and 2017), the 5th & 8th Berlin Biennial (2008 and 2014), Glasgow International (2012) and the 54th Venice Biennial (2011).

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