• Matt Mullican: (De)script(ion) of The World

    27 September 2019 — 12 January 2020


    Through the work of Matt Mullican (Santa Monica, California, 1951), Waqas Khan (Akhtarabad, Pakistan, 1982), Andrés Fernández (Madrid, Spain, 1973) and Mareva Mayo (León, Spain, 1986), it will be possible to explore the dimension of writing, symbols, cartography and other forms of depiction that negotiate between the inside and the outside or between the subjectivity of perception and the factuality of the world by exploring, by means of texts and images, a kind of visionary geography presented with a great economy of means, and on the contrary, with top-quality iconic and experiential power which is not only the (de)script(ion) of the world, but which also aims at transforming it through or visions and versions. A (de)script(ion) is a way of noting down, telling and transmitting, but also, and above all, of inquiring.

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  • Dora García: Art Encounters

    20 September — 27 October 2019


    The Art Encounters Biennial is a cross between an experimental art festival and a contemporary art biennial. It focuses on extensive curatorial research which engages in meaningful dialogues with the historical and the socio-cultural contexts of the city of Timișoara. The mission of the biennial is to become a creative meeting point for artists, communities, institutions, and ideas. The third edition of the biennial continues the mission of engaging a wide audience in a debate on the main topics of today’s society, creating a vibrant platform for cultural exchange between the art scenes in Romania and those abroad.
    Next to Dora García, artists like Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Chto Delat, Forensic Architecture, Vilmos Koter, Trevor Paglen and Haegue Yang.

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  • Ana Jotta: Parterre

    14 September 2019, 16:00—21:00H

    SOLO SHOW: Guimarães, VIENNA

    Solo presentation at Guimarães, project space run by the artists Hugo Canoilas, Christoph Meier and Nicola Pecoraro. The show will open on September 14 from 16.00 to 21.00. Guimarães is only open by appointment.

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  • Dora García: In praise of misunderstanding

    14 September — 17 November 2019

    GROUP SHOW: Can Palauet, Mataró

    Touring group show curated by Joana Hurtado part of the program of the ODA’s Visual Arts Program of the Diputació de Barcelona. It will travel to different cities. The first show opens at Can Palauet in Mataró next September 14.

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  • Ana Jotta at Sarah Tritz: J’aime le rose pâle et les femmes ingrates

    13 September — 15 December 2019

    GROUP SHOW: Centre d'art contemporain d'Ivry - le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine

    An exhibition of  Sarah Tritz with the works of 29 invited artists : Fabienne Audéoud, Alexandra Bircken, Valérie Blass, Benjamin Bonjour, Bruno Botella, Paul Bourdoncle, Anne Bourse, Stéphanie Cherpin, Claude Chevalier, Maria Corvocane, Morgan Courtois, Liz Craft, Nicole Eisenman, Eugène Engrand, Paul Hugues, Dorothy Iannone, ANA JOTTA, Anne Kawala, Maria Lassnig, Alfred Leuzinger, Stephen Maas, Monica Majoli, Camila Oliveira Fairclough, Gerald Petit, Hélène Reimann, Alberto Savinio, Philipp Schöpke, Hassan Sharif, Maxime Thieffine.

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  • Dora García: Walking through walls

    12 September 2019 — 19 January 2020


    The thematic exhibition Walking Through Walls presents a contemporary panorama of the artistic responses made to the detrimental effects of human-made barriers, divisions and walls, showcasing works by Dora García, Jose Dávila, Mona Hatoum, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Christian Odzuck, Anri Sala, Regina Silveira, alongside many others. Acknowledging the location of the Gropius Bau alongside the former Berlin Wall, the exhibition offers a global perspective on the physical and psychological repercussions of coexisting in divided societies. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Wall, the exhibition is a timely exploration of how barriers can articulate feelings of vulnerability and anxiety, and represent individual and collective identities.

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  • Koenraad Dedobbeleer: As Long As it Is Striven after, it Goes on Expanding

    6 September — 6 November 2019


    Solo show by Dedobbeleer curated by Ūla Tornau.

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  • Marc Nagtzaam: Regular Features

    31 August 2019, 14:00—18:00H


    In 1998, Marc Nagtzaam‘s book (SOME), a collection of his text drawings, marked the beginning of Roma Publications. Over 20 years later, Regular Features links Nagtzaam’s work to that of many other artist friends and collaborators. Made between 1992 and 2019, the text drawings in Regular Features are interspersed with 23 artist contributions in the form of inserts, featuring the work of Mark Manders, Louis Lüthi, Sue Tompkins, Stephan Keppel, Steve Van den Bosch, Nickel van Duijvenboden, Sophie Nys, Pierre Leguillon, Batia Suter, Experimental Jetset, Na Kim, Tim Hollander, Lily van der Stokker, Karin Herwegh, Karel Martens, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt, Kasper Andreasen, Jochen Lempert, gerlach en koop, Henri Jacobs, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Marijn van Kreij, and Willem Oorebeek. Regular Features is designed by Marc Nagtzaam and Roger Willems, published by Roma Publications in an edition of 400 copies, signed and numbered.

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  • Hans-Peter Feldmann: 100 Years

    24 August — 17 November 2019


    Hans-Peter Feldmann made the work “100 Years” between 1996 and 2000. It consists of 101 photographs of which each shows an individual in an age between 8 weeks and 100 years. Age and forename of the portrayed are written on the Passe-Partout. Automatically the viewer starts to compare her own age with the depicted and positions herself in the course of time.
    Feldmann’s “100 years” shows that photography is more connected to the time of its genesis than any other media.

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  • Dora García: Los Romeos

    1 August — 26 October 2019


    The Aichi Triennale, which has been held every three years since 2010, is one of the largest international contemporary art festivals in Japan. In 2019, the festival’s fourth iteration will feature an international contemporary art exhibition alongside film, performing arts and music programs, bringing together over 80 individual artists and artist groups across a range of expressive domains to showcase their cutting-edge works.
    Dora Gacía will show the performance “Los Romeos” on the occasion of Aichi Triennale for the first time in Asia.

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  • Matt Mullican: Kronos e Kairos. I tempo dell’arte contemporanea

    19 July — 3 November 2019


    The Palatine Hill, where the palaces of the greatest emperors of Rome were built, becomes a monumental scenario with the exhibition Kronos and Kairos. I tempi dell’arte contemporanea.
    The ancient Greeks used to express the notion of time with two opposite but complementary words: kronos and kairos; the first indicating the quantitative duration of the flowing, abstract time; the second, on the other hand, indicating the qualitative aspect, that is the exact moment, the good occasion, but also a specific period of time.
    These are two key concepts of Hellenic religiosityexpressing the sense of balance between man and nature.
    The selected works, both audiovisual and installations, combine with the scenarios of the imperial palaces: from the imposing Severian Arcades to the peace of the Palatine Stadium, from the elegance of the lower peristyle of the Domus Augustana to the spatiality of Sala dei Capitelli.
    Next to site specific works by Matt Mullican, there are works by 14 other Italian and international artists on display; between them Nina Beier, Catherine Biocca, Rä di Martino, Jimmie Durham, Kasia Fudakowski, Oliver Laric and Cristina Lucas.

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  • Peter Piller: Unselect

    12—21 July 2019


    In this year’s anniversary exhibition, Kleine Humboldt Galerie will explore various forms in which selection appears. At ten different venues, including the 18th century main building Unter den Linden, an abandoned lecture hall and the actively used but hardly known greenhouses in Dahlem, artworks including sculpture, media art, installations and performances will open up different perspectives on selection processes. Using the Humboldt University as a frame, Kleine Humboldt Galerie will create room to discuss the topic of selection and make it accessible for the visitors. Participating artists are next to Peter Piller, artists like Maria Anwander, Jan Bernstein, Nicole Wendel and many more.

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  • Pieter Vermeersch: Genesis

    7 July — 29 September 2019


    Pieter Vermeersch is participating in the group show “Genesis” at the L.A.C. Narbonne. Next to his work, the exhibition is featuring works by Berlinde de Bruyckere, Petre Cupere, Ronny Delrue, Koen van den Broek, Stijn Cole, Renato Nicolodi, Wesley Meuris, Peter Buggenhout, Johan Tahon and Jonas Vansteenkiste.


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  • Pieter Vermeersch: Solo Show

    6 July — 21 September 2019


    The private art foundation NC-Arte is showing the first solo exhibition by Pieter Vermeersch in Colombia. NC-Arte, which is promoting national and international artists since 2010, invited Pieter Vermeersch to realize a site specific installation on this occasion.
    Color and light, time and space and the intersection of these intangible elements are the notions that have been explored by this Belgian artist since the very beginning of his career in the late nineties. This artistic research continues in expanding painting with the experimentation with new materials and into the architecture of the exhibition space. In Bogotá the artist will show a new series of paintings as part of a site specific installation, which is including several mural paintings.

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  • Jochen Lempert: Phenomenon Anafi 3

    1—14 July 2019


    Phenomenon is a biennial project for contemporary art held in the Aegean island of Anafi, Greece, taking place between 1-14 July 2019. Phenomenon 3 includes a residency with a series of performances, lectures, video screenings and other events (1-14 July) and an exhibition in outdoor and indoor spaces throughout the island (opening 6 July, until 14 July).
    For its third edition, Phenomenon will investigate the role of art in times of political urgency. By questioning singular points of view and naturalized concepts, art offers new ways of imagining a collective life, producing forms of social engagement, counteracting authoritarian and populist ideologies. They will be looking for strategies through art that enable encounters of differential forces and interests, circumvent constructed binary oppositions and realize the creative and political potential of the unstable in-between.
    Invited artists are Eva Barto, Jason Dodge, David Horvitz, Florence Jung, Stelios Kallinikou, Jochen Lempert, Eileen Myles, Deimantas Narkevičius, Vittorio Santoro and Paky Vlassopoulou​.

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  • Marc Nagtzaam: Regular Features

    29 June 2019


    A new artist book with text drawings by Marc Nagtzaam, made between 1992 and 2019. Complementary to the writings, 24 artists contributions on loose pages are inserted throughout the book. With contributions by Mark Manders, Louis Lüthi, Sue Tompkins, Stephan Keppel, Steve Van den Bosch, Nickel van Duijvenboden, Sophie Nys, Pierre Leguillon, Batia Suter, Experimental Jetset, Na Kim, Tim Hollander, Lily van der Stokker, Karin Herwegh, Karel Martens, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt, Kasper Andreasen, Jochen Lempert, gerlach en koop, Henri Jacobs, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Marijn van Kreij, and Willem Oorebeek. As a continuation of the first Roma Publication; (SOME) by Marc Nagtzaam, dating from 1998, this book marks the 20+ years anniversary of Roma Publications.

    The catalogue presentation takes place on Saturday, 29. 06.2019 between 5 and 8 pm at Nieuwe Herengracht 11 in Amsterdam.

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  • Allen Ruppersberg: Harald Szeemann – Grandfather A Pioneer Like Us

    28 June — 18 August 2019


    The Swiss Institute presents Grandfather: A Pioneer Like Us, a restaging of the 1974 exhibition by acclaimed curator Harald Szeemann (1933-2005), who is known for his innovative and radical approach to working with artists.
    This exhibition recreates Szeemann’s apartment in Bern, Switzerland, where he organized the original show, an all-consuming investigation of the life and work of his grandfather Étienne Szeemann, a famed hairstylist and inventor. Grandfather: A Pioneer Like Us, includes approximately 1,200 objects from the Getty Research Institute’s Harald Szeemann Archive and Library and private collections.
    Between them Allen Ruppersberg’s “Travel Piece” from 1969, which was also part of Szeemann’s legendary exhibition “When attitude becomes form”.

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  • Jochen Lempert: City Prince/sses, Dhaka, Lagos, Manila, Mexico City and Tehran

    21 June — 8 September 2019


    The exhibition City Prince/sses is presented as an imaginary, multiple and complex city, without borders, messy, staggering and creative: an unpredictable laboratory, which is always in motion and being (re)constructed. Visual artists, creators, fashion designers, experimenters, tattooists, musicians: a good fifty artists are presented without any geographical grouping, mostly via new productions and in situ interventions. Next to Jochen Lempert, there are works by artists like Juliette Blightman, Nina Canell, Josef Dabernig, Kate Newby, Willem de Rooij, Anna Schachinger, Michael E. Smith and many more on view.

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  • Pieter Vermeersch: Into Form

    20 June — 5 January 2019


    Drawn from the museum’s exceptional postwar holdings, Into Form examines the ways in which artists from the late 1950s to the present have sought to break boundaries by questioning representation and notions of medium specificity.
    Into Form brings together thirty-four works, created by a multi-generational group of artists, which investigate hybridity and challenge rigid notions of representation. A tension between organic and geometric abstraction runs throughout the exhibition, showing long-standing concerns to connect artistic practice to the body and to natural phenomena, as well as a desire to distill forms to their most essential expression.
    The selection includes works on paper, painting, sculpture, and video, demonstrating the depth and breadth of the Rose’s permanent collection.
    Next to a painting by Pieter Vermeersch, there are works by artists like Anni Albers, Haris Epaminonda, Alex Hubbard and Cy Twombly on view.

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  • Dora García: J(E M)’ ACCUSE O LA MORT DE L’AUTOR

    20 June — 15 September 2019


    The group exhibition “J(e m)’ accuse of la mort de l’autor” gathers works of contemporary art, which use appropriation, not only in a sense of refering or relating, but also in terms of fragmentating, (re) contextualizing and (de) composing. Next to Dora García, artists like Daniel G. Andújar, Azahara Cerezo and Itziar Okariz participate.

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  • Peter Piller & Hans-Peter Feldmann: Osmoscosmos

    19 June — 25 August 2019


    The sixth edition of the 50JPG of the Centre de la photographie Genève will be held between 19 June and 25 August 2019. The main exhibition will aim to bring together Eros & Cosmos. Under the title OSMOSCOSMOS, it will highlight the link between these two universes, a connection that has been very little studied in our western cultures, probably too much influenced by monotheistic religions and the feelings of guilt developed in association with Eros, with the purpose of making the individual more subject to the ascendancy of the churches. The exhibition brings together works of more than 100 artists, between them photographs by Hans-Peter Feldmann, Peter Piller, as well as Walter Pfeiffer, Thomas Struth and others.

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  • Ana Jotta: Three Moral Tales

    15 June — 25 August 2019


    This exhibition is an exercise in weaving—or yielding. How can the works of three artists who don’t know each other, have never met and have developed their practices in three different contexts, dialogue, connect and intersect—and eventually merge into one and the same exhibition?
    Joëlle de La Casinière from Brussels, Ana Jotta from Lisbon and the Antwerp-based Anne Mie Van Kerckhoven all have in common to pay no heed to the trends of contemporary art. Moreover, they have unwaveringly fought throughout their career to avoid being categorized or labelled. Instead, they followed their own paths, turned underground or remained indifferent to the twists and turns of the art market and the institutions. They have sometimes created alter egos, hid or playfully modified their names to somehow react to the branding of identity in the art world, and to the forced marginalization they have suffered as women artists, as well as artists living in peripheral cities. In a way, paradoxically, being marginalized made them work against the grain, to opt for a calculated versatility of media and styles, and an idiosyncratic vocabulary, keeping total freedom as their one and only rule.
    In respect of their freedom and eccentricity, the exhibition will not aim at producing an archive or a scientific statement, and will deliberately blur any sense of chronology, when combining existing works from the last four decades with new productions.
    Curator: François Piron

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  • Dora García: My summer is your winter

    14 June — 1 August 2019


    This summer Grazer Kunstverein presents a season of performances with artworks, moving image, sound, text, and workshops that explore the idea of fiction as a method or tool for understanding what it is like to be another (human or nonhuman, real or imaginary). Together with artists the institution thinks about thresholds between fiction and reality, about how fiction makes space for agency, empathy and insight, and about how they can work with forms of fiction to imagine forms of consciousness.
    The exhibition is dedicated to Elizabeth Costello, a fictional character who appears in publications by the writer J.M. Coetzee. Costello firmly believes in the philosophical value of actively pursuing insight into the conscious experience of animals. The exhibition celebrates the power of fictional voices, acknowledging that listening closely for new voices in the realm of the imagination, can enable us to hear more clearly the most compelling and urgent voices in reality. Next to Dora García, artists like Fahim Amir, Laurie Charles, Veronika Hauer and Morten Norbye Halvorsen.

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  • Patricia Dauder & Asier Mendizabal: Una Dimensión Ulterior

    8 June — 13 October 2019


    Patricia Dauder and Asier Mendizabal participate in the group show “Una dimensión ulterior”, which is referring to one of the first shows of the museum ever, which was entitled “Cuatro dimensiones”.
    It is combining some of the works, which were exhibited back then with new works by contemporary artists and is dealing and exploring the value of small, minor narrations instead of trying to tell the story of one large history of art.
    The curators chose the indefinite article “una” (a) instead of the definite article “la” (the) in the titel, as they want to underline that there is no longer room for univocal readings of the art of our times, and one reading is always only one of many possibilites.

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  • Dora García: Negative Space

    6 April — 11 August 2019


    The last exhibition, which dealt comprehensively with the question »What is modern sculpture?«, took place in 1986 at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris under the title »Qu’est-ce que la sculpture moderne?«. The exhibition »Negative Space« at ZKM | Karlsruhe picks up the spear where the Centre Pompidou dropped it.
    Our expectations concerning modern or contemporary sculpture are still essentially driven by the concept of body sculpture, which is formally based on the three essential categories of mass, unbroken volume, and gravity. Whether body-related like Auguste Rodin’s or abstract like Richard Serra’s, sculpture is still and foremost mass, volume, and gravity.
    The exhibition »Negative Space« endeavors to change the dominating view of modern and contemporary sculpture by telling a different story. With the aim to investigate the relationship between sculpture and space in a decidedly spatial way, the presented art works address the sculptural phenomenon in relation to diverse spatial concepts: Open spaces, surrounding, hollow and intermediate spaces, mirror, light and shadow spaces, virtual data spaces, etc.
    Next to a sculpture by Dora García, there are works on view from artists like Marie Lienhard, Refik Anadol, Fujiko Nakaya, Fred Sandback, Richard Serra, Jeffrey Shar, Pae White, Trisha Brown and many more.

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  • Ana Jotta: De Outros Espaços

    8 June — 18 August 2019


    This exhibition is named after an influential essay by Michel Foucault and examines notions of space as imagined and developed by visual artists, in contrast to the understanding of space in scientific or technical disciplines, including appropriation of this concept by the field of architecture beginning with the modernist movement in the early twentieth century.
    Urgent topics emerge from this approach towards the idea of space, including identity and gender issues, social alienation in contemporary urban contexts, and revisiting complex historical memories through installations, paintings and sculptures by several artists.
    The group show is featuring a work by Ana Jotta, as well as by artits like Bruno Cidra, Francisco Vidal, Leonor Antunes, Rosa Carvalho and Ruth Rosengarten.

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  • Hans-Peter Feldmann: Al Norte de la Tormenta

    22 May — 8 September 2019


    This exhibition, curated by Hou Hanru with Chiara Bertini, is a part of Expanding The Horizon, the programme of the MAXXI, which is dedicated to the development of international partnerships between the museum, other cultural institutions and private collections.
    On this occasion MAXXI is hosting a number of works from the collection of the Institut Valencià d’Art Modern, one of the most important modern art museums in Spain, which houses masterpieces of Spanish and international art.
    The exhibition takes its title from a 1986 work by the famous Spanish artist Juan Muñoz, Al norte de la tormenta. Also featured are works by, among others, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Bruce Nauman, Robert Rauschenberg,Tony Cragg, Antoni Tàpies, Cristina Iglesias, Susana Solano and Ángeles Marco.

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  • Dora García: Deserted. Something that happened may happen again

    8 June — 18 August 2019


    Desertado. Algo que aconteceu pode acontecer novamente [Deserted. Something that happened may happen again] emerged from the challenge proposed to the artist to think about and discuss the place of fiction and shared histories in today’s social and political constructions. Assembling several perspectives of thought and artistic proposals, which will meet, cross and inhabit the installation created by Maria Trabulo in collaboration with Pieternel Vermoortel, the exhibition reflects on what might be the place and action of the artist in our evolving political landscape.

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  • Dora García: Segunda Vez

    6—11 June 2019


    On June 6 and 11 2019, Dora García will show her film “Segunda Vez” at “The Olhar de Cinema – Festival internacional de curitiba”. This festival takes place since 2012 and aims to highlight and celebrate the independent cinema held worldwide through the official selection of films with inventive aesthetic proposals, involving and with thematic commitment, ranging from approaching contemporary concerns about the everyday micro-universe of relationships, until interpretations and positions on politics and world economy. Films that risk new forms of cinematic language, which are open to experimentalism and yet possess a great potential for communication with the public. In the midst of these questions, it is possible to compose a program of great thematic and aesthetic diversity, which does not reject genres, formats and durations.

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  • Matt Mullican: Connections to the world

    29 May — 15 September 2019


    Art is not a self-contained product or event, divorced from the particulars of everyday life and independent of its social circumstances. Art, whichever form it takes, not only bears an intellectual relation to reality, it is molded in an active engagement with the world. Joseph Beuys put it succinctly when he called for the union of art and life. Ever since humans, more than 40,000 years ago, produced the first cave paintings, using colors and materials to fashion manifestations inspired by reality has been a foundational principle of human expression. The creative process in which a work comes into being opens up a different access to things that might otherwise remain closed and obscure to us. The exhibition gathers a selection of works in a wide variety of media by German and international artists from the Hildebrand Collection. A sustained reflection on their specific relation to the world yields a broad range of nuanced answers.
    Next to works by Matt Mullican, there are works by artists like Jose Dávila, Sven Johne, Hannah Levy and Tal R from the Hildebrandt Collection on view.

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