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Following the success of last year‘s European tour with around 30 exhibitions in 20 countries and a closing show at the 56. Biennale di Venezia, the NO SHOW MUSEUM is now on tour across America, including exhibitions in art venues and galleries, in public spaces and in remote areas. The mobile museum has been shipped from Europe to America with the mission to spread NOTHING in the New World: The 80-day exhibition tour will lead from New York to Canada, then to the West Coast of the U.S., and finally down to Mexico.

The NO SHOW MUSEUM is the world’s first museum devoted to nothing and its various manifestations throughout the history of art. Its collection includes works and documents from over 120 renowned in- ternational artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, among them, Marina Abramovic, Joseph Beuys, Daniel Buren, Maurizio Cattelan, Marcel Duchamp, Hans Haacke, Yves Klein, Piero Manzoni, Gianni Motti, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Robert Ryman, Richard Serra, Santiago Sierra, Andy Warhol and Rémy Zaugg.

The NO SHOW MUSEUM has a mobile presentation space in a converted postal car. It currently hosts the new special exhibition entitled NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE, comprised of a selection of impossible artworks by 22 international artists.

8-17 New York – Fresh Window Gallery / in coorporation with the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York
8-22 Montreal – Public Space Exhibition – TBA
8-25 Ottawa – EBA Gallery / in cooperation with PDA Projects + LPM Projects
9-1 Toronto – Scrap Metal Gallery
9-7 Detroit – Spread Art Gallery
9-15 Chicago – T.B.A.
9-24 St. Louis – Fort Gondo Gallery
9-30 Denver – Ice Cube Gallery
10-6 Santa Fe – TBA
10-13 Las Vegas – TBA
10-20 San Francisco – TBA
10-30 Los Angeles – Monte Vista Projects Gallery

Robert Barry (USA)
Vincent Bezuidenhout (South Africa)
Stefan Brüggemann (Mexico)
Lai Chih-Sheng (Taiwan)
Simon Gush (South Africa)
Stewart Home (England)
Piotr Jaros (Poland)
Raphaël Julliard (Switzerland)
Roxy Kawitzky (South Africa)
San Keller (Switzerland)
Donna Kukama (South Africa)
Stano Masar (Slowakia)
Tom Menzi (Switzerland)
Boris Mitic (Serbia)
Ghislain Mollet-Viéville (France)
Anthea Moys (South Africa)
Peter Nadin (USA)
Roland Roos (Switzerland)
Karin Sander (Germany)
Tza Va (Bulgaria)
James Webb (South Africa)
Ed Young (South Africa)

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