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Nordic Artists' Centre Dale, Norway

Selected artists for 2022: 
Sofie Hviid Vinter, Justin Taylor Tate, Maja Godlewska, Itamar Gov, Petter Solberg, Espen Kvalsvoll, Katia Host, Kjetil Skoyen, Berit Myrvold, Birgitta Nordstrom, Ursula Bruke, Fanny Mesnard, Per Kristian Nygärd og Line Dalmar, Adam Cruces og Louisa Gagliardi, Viktor Pedersen, Mike Ben hadj, Bas Ketelaar, Magnhild Opdel, Hanan Benammar, Karen Irmer Julischka Stengele, Dominykas Sidorovas, Victor Lema Rique, Marian Zulfigar, Magnus Schäfer

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The Living Pavilion

Palermo welcomes 35 artists from 18 countries, who will visit emblematic spaces of the city, turning them into a “living pavilion” of art in motion. Curated by Marcela Caldas, the programme entitled The Living Pavilion: weaving commons out of time, starts from decolonial transfeminism and ecofeminism in an attempt to dismantle the circuits and devices of exclusion in artistic production.

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Zilberman Gallery

Zilberman Gallery is proud to announce the representations of artists Omar Barquet, Didem Erk and Itamar Gov.

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Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris

"TRAME" is a residency programme for French-speaking artists from all over the world who wish to develop a research and creation project in all disciplines in Paris, for a period of three months. Since its creation, it has enabled 15 artists to obtain a residency at the Cité internationale des arts. In addition to assessing the candidate's professional background, the jury members paid particular attention to the quality of the project, the need for an artistic residency in Paris and the working methods envisaged. Following an in-depth examination of the applications, the residencies were awarded to the following winners:


- Ghislain Ditshekedi | Visual Arts 

- Isabelle Fruleux | Performing Arts

- Itamar Gov | Visual Arts

- Amel Ibeddouzene | Music

- Yanis Koussim | Cinema

- Joseph Kwilemba Kasau | Visual Arts 

- Jeannette Mogoun | Performing Arts

- Nadir Sonmez | Performing Arts

- Lara Tabet | Visual Arts

- Saber Zammouri | Cinema

In Ruins, Calabria

We are pleased to announce that artists Emii Alrai, Itamar Gov, Martyna Benedyka and Anna Ill are the recipients of our artists-in-residence for this July 2021 which will take place among sites Castello di Squillace (Squillace,IT) and Parco Internazionale delle Sculture e della Biodiversità Mediterranea (Catanzaro, IT) in partnership with Fondazione Armonie d’Arte and supported by Regione Calabria and Comune di Squillace.

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The Forage. Sculpture Route in Moabit, Berlin

While many of our experiences currently take place online, common space outside the house remains a place to roam the material world with all our senses. The artists of The Forage entangle themselves in this city space. Their interventions embrace, question and subvert what is already there. The works can be discovered with a map, while accidental passers-by may stumble upon them and be momentarily relieved from the cabin fever that’s been going around. 

With Amer Akel, Özlem Altin, Natalie Brück, Oliver Bulas, Kitsum Cheng, Zuzanna Czebatul, Monika Dorniak & Martin Kohout, Dora Dukesac, Itamar Gov, Julia Gryboś & Barbora Zentková, Maki Ishii, Yala Juchmann, Theresa Kampmeier, Marlene Kargl, Gabriela Lesmes López, Natasja Loutchko, Alanna Lynch, Adrian Montenegro, (Tom or) Judy Moore, Shane Munro, Maru Mushtrieva, Leonie Nagel, Esper Postma, Max Puorro, Belen Resnikowski & Sunniva Innstrand, Romy Rüegger, Adam Shiu-Yang Shaw, Anton Steenbock, Camilla Steinum, Nolico Taki, Mark Walker, and Steven Warwick.

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Fort Dunree / An Dún Riabhach
Donegal, Ireland

The curatorial panel comprising Catherine Hemelryk (CCA, Derry-Londonderry), Jeremy Fitz Howard (Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny), Martha McCulloch (Artlink Fort Dunree)  Esther Alleyne (Roe Valley Arts Centre), and Adriana Valderrama Lopez (School of Arts & Humanities, Ulster University) have selected a new cohort of International and Irish artists who will be visiting the Artlink studios during 2021, to each undertake a four week residency at Fort Dunree. The four artists – Jessica Auer, Itamar Gov, Áine McBride and Anthony Haughey – were selected from almost 600 applications, submitted by artists from across the world.

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Radici. I primi semi

In the context of the inaugural week of the new program at Fondazione Adolfo Pini in Milan, Nomaduma Rosa Masilela and Itamar Gov will have a talk regarding “passing”, or the ability to adopt the characteristics of those in power in a society in terms of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation and social class. Reviewing projects from recent years, the conversation will revolve around scams, cons, tactics of survival, subversions of authority, as well as the terms by which the authentic is defined.