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What's happening in Amsterdam, Berlin and Paris?

March 2, 2011 by Georgia

For those who need an excuse for a long weekend away, here some cultural stimulants that may get you to actually book the tickets. In Amsterdam SBMA, a project space somewhat functioning as a placeholder in anticipation of the reopening of the Stedelijk Museum, is hosting an exhibition called 'Identity Bluffs'. SMBA brings together works mostly based on photography and video, shedding light on the ways in which migratory processes related to globalisation affect the featured artists’ practices.

Identity Bluffs
Works by Sara Blokland, Bruno Boudjelal, Mahmoud Khaled, Lucia Nimcova, Nii Obodai
12 February - 27 March
SMBA,Rozenstraat 59, 1016 NN Amsterdam

Identity Bluffs at SMBA, Amsterdam

Berlin has been visited by Agathe Snow, known for her installations of gathered objects found on the streets of New York. For her latest show, All Access World, Snow explored the aesthetics and meaning of the world's monuments, landmarks and historical sites, focusing on the ways they shape collective memory and serve as potent touchstones of national identity.

Agathe Snow - All Access World
January 28 - March 30 2011
Deutsche Guggenheim, Unter den Linden 13, 10117 Berlin

Installation Shot, Agathe Snow, All Access World, 2011,
Courtesy of Deutsche Guggenheim, Photo: Mathias Schormann

If you would rather do Paris, this week is offering you a last chance to see Bruno Peinado's show, French But Fresh. Peinado explores themes of patriotism and contemporary culture with his quirky installations and sculptures. He is an artist who believes 'new' is an empty term and who likes to alter reality, rather than start a revolution.

Bruno Peinado - French but Fresh
25 January - 05 March 2011
Galerie Loevenbruck, 6 rue Jacques Callot, 725006 Paris 6e

Bruno Peinado, Sans titre, Love Long Distance, 2010. Résine, peinture. Diamètre: 130 cm. Courtesy Galerie Loevenbruck © Bruno Peinado; Photo: Fabrice Gousset