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INTERVIEW about the project 1972

Rachel Monosov and Admire Kamudzengerere You can’t believe everything you see

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Olympia at ACUD Galerie

31.3.2018

ARTBerlin

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Rachel Monosov’s Olympia, the exhibition is questioning how embodied collective memory can be dealt with through performance.

5.4.2018

 COLLECTOR DAILY

1972 by Rachel Monosov and Admire Kamudzengerere “The entire backstory to this project is so intricately crafted that the series resonates with impressively brainy intelligence.”

5.4.2018

 

New York Magazine

Admire Kamudzengerere and Rachel Monosov: 1972 
26.3.2018

Best Booths of EXPO Chicago in OBSERVER

“The booth from New York gallerist Catinca Tabacaru spotlights a new collaborative project from artist Rachel Monosov and Admire Kamudzengerere…” – Taylor Dafoe
14.9.2017

Northern Trust Purchase Prize Announced – Block Museum awarded Rachel Monosov & Admire Kamudzengerere’s “1972”
13.09.2017

10 Must-See Galleries at Expo Chicago in Chicago Tribune
“…the New York gallery was selected by curator Justine Ludwig as a young gallery to watch… it presents unhinged silkscreens by Admire Kamudzengerere and stunning multimedia projects from Rachel Monosov.” – KT Hawbaker
13.04.2017​

CTG Collective in ARTSY
“Each group residency culminates in a group show. Tabacaru said the exhibitions reflect the diversity of the group of artists and their experiences, but are united by the sense of place.”
2.14.2017

Rachel Monosov and Admire Kamudzengerere: Transcultural Protocol in Contemporary&
“Here he talks about why dance is so important in life and how performance can be an excellent vehicle to explore serious issues.” – Will Furtado
12.8.2017

Admire Kamudzengerere & Rachel Monosov in TENDAYSINPARIS
Must see collaborative work Land For Sale at AKAA
10.11.2016

CTG-R: Zimbabwe in Mixte Magazine 
“Pendant un mois, 3 artistes internationaux venant de New York, du Surinam et d’Israël, se sont mêlés à 10 artistes Zimbabwéens.”
11.8.2016

mousse magazine
“Monosov’s work, although diverse in medium, has the common goal of revealing the absurdity of how long-standing nationalistic and religious identities have no place in a globalized world that has the potential to become borderless.”
8.12.2016

The Word Magazine
Seven Belgium-based artists to keep on your radar
4.13.2016

YANEZ MAGAZINE

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