TENT & ROTTERDAM SOUTH
Boerenzij - or the ‘rural side’ - takes the nick-name of the south bank in Rotterdam as a starting point for a project on rural migration. A year of (private) events and an exhibition in TENT in 2019.

WHITECHAPEL GALLERY LONDON: is preparing `‘The Rural: Contemporary Art and Spaces of Connection`, a tone-setting conference on the rural, and Myvillages is part of the Working Group, alongside Wysing Arts Centre, Aberystwyth University and Istanbul Biennial.

JANUS DIE WOLFKERZE: a new Village Good for the Lüneburger Heide, where the Wolf is not only part of the cultural heritage but also walks into the daily live again. This two-headed-candle is available at Kunstverein Springhornhof.

NEW BOOKS ON THE SHELF:
PAV Torino is publishing Grow it Yourself, following an exhibition with the same name.
And the A_Z Marzona Collection Catalogue has recently been launched by Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin.

AND AN UPCOMING PUBLICATION:
Myvillages started editing `The Rural`, in the Documents of Contemporary Art series published by Whitechapel Gallery and MIT in early 2019.