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Anne Imhof‘s “Imagine” exhibition is now running in Berlin’s Galerie Buchholz. The German artist is known for exploring series of fetishes that operate between desire and dominance. In this exhibition, she explores the “unbearable everydayness” through a collection of everyday objects, including dart boards, bongs, other paraphernalia, and sexed-up posters that are “transformed from exchangeable attributes of a socially generalized body of goods to fetishes of a revised origin.”

This is Imhof’s third exhibition at Buchholz’s international galleries, but her first in Berlin. Since 2012, her work has been shown at Tate Modern, MoMA PS1, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

The exhibition opened with a party September 13 and runs through October 26. Head to Fasanenstraße 30 in Berlin to check it out.

Staff Writer

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