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Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim: Found in Translation

February 11 - May 1, 2011 │ New York

A new exhibition, entitled Found in Translation, will be on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York as part of the Deutsche Bank Series from February 11 to May 1 2011.

Found in Translation features 11 works by 11 artists “that look to translation as both a model and a metaphor to critically comment on the past and to produce richly imagined possibilities for the present”.

Drawn from private loans and from the Guggenheim’s extensive collection of video, film, and new media, the exhibition focuses on artists who have come of age professionally within the past 15 years, and includes four recent acquisitions that will be shown at the museum for the first time.

Found in Translation, which is made possible by Deutsche Bank, is the third exhibition in the Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim. It will travel to the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin in early 2012.

Delving equally into history and fantasy, the works in the exhibition investigate diverse political and social contexts. Language continues to provide the crucial link between the cultures and temporalities they explore. Because language is experienced in real time, Found in Translation concentrates on the time-based mediums of video, film, and 35mm slide installation, which also allow artists to create immersive environments for their conceptual investigations.

For further information, see ArtMag


Patty Chang; The Product Love, 2009, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Patty Chang; The Product Love, 2009, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

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