IMAGINARY goes North and East - upcoming exhibitions in Denmark, Russia and Norway

IMAGINARY goes North and East - upcoming exhibitions in Denmark, Russia and Norway
Apr. 4, 2013

This Friday, April 5, a special IMAGINARY exhibition featuring sculptures and images will be shown for the first time in Denmark, at the Steno Science Museum in Aarhus, see here for the event info. It will be open until August 31, 2013. Then the exhibition series in Russia will find its continuation in a one week exhibition at Pushchino, a small town south of Moscow. It is the fifth exhibition in Russia, coordinated in collaboration with the German Embassy in Moscow (and some more are in the planning pipeline). In May IMAGINARY will be honoured to travel to Norway - also a first-timer - to be shown after the celebrations of the Abel prize ceremony in Oslo. It will be presented in a science museum in Trondheim - more detailscon be found here.

And if you are in Spain (and up for the Camino de Santiago), don’t forget to stop by the University Church next to Santiago de Compostela’s cathedral to see the ongoing RSME-IMAGINARY there - open until May 16, 2013.

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