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Highlights & insights from Archivorum's ArtGenève week

Last week, amidst the vibrant backdrop of Art Genève, Archivorum had the pleasure of hosting a series of exceptional events that brought together artists, curators, and art enthusiasts from around the globe. We're thrilled to share the highlights with you.

Exile is a Hard Job by Nil Yalter Launch & Artist Talk

We kicked off the week with the much-anticipated presentation of "Exile is a Hard Job" by the esteemed Nil Yalter. The event was not just a showcase of Yalter's groundbreaking work but also an immersive experience into her artistic journey. The highlight of the afternoon was an insightful talk by Nil Yalter herself, moderated by the renowned curator Lorenzo Benedetti and the Archivorum archivist Anaïs Auger-Mathurin. The collaboration with the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève and the MAMCO offered attendees a unique perspective into the themes of exile, identity, and the human condition through Yalter's lens. We would also like to express our sincere thanks to Ab-Anbar Gallery for their support and collaboration.

Discover Archivorum Panel at Art Genève

The momentum continued with our panel discussion, "Discover Archivorum", held at the Art Genève fair. This event served as a platform for an engaging dialogue on our "Archivorum Ark" project, featuring a distinguished panel of artists including Babs Haenen, Nil Yalter, and Belén Uriel. The conversation delved into the creative processes, inspirations, and collaborative spirit that define the Archivorum community. It was a testament to our commitment to fostering innovative art and dialogue.

A Community United by Art

These events were not just about showcasing art; they were about bringing together a community that believes in the transformative power of creativity. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the participants, collaborators, and attendees who made these events a success. Your enthusiasm and support continue to drive us forward.

As we reflect on the week's successes, we're reminded of the importance of collaboration, dialogue, and innovation in the art world. 

Archivorum remains dedicated to being at the forefront of these conversations, and we're excited for what the future holds.

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