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Exhibitions in 2018
(30 October 2017)
Siberia’s 12th Krasnoyarsk Museum Biennale until 28 February 2018 features a brand new International Village Shop sign in Zvizzchi style, ceramics made from Zvizzchi clay and a film with promotions of our goods in Russian. The biennale focuses on villages and the world and is an artistic discovery of the Russian village. Astrid Wege is the curator who also supported Made in Zvizzchi.

The first Hungarian version of Antje's I Like Being a Farmer opens at Ludwig Museum in Budapest in late January, and Company Drinks will be featured at the Design Museum London.

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January 2018 Trips and Books
(03 January 2018)
Myvillages starts the year with a fieldtrip to Wysing Arts Centre for the first Whitechapel Gallery Rural Advisory Group meeting, to then rush to Hauser and Wirth Somerset for the opening of The Land We Live In - The Land We Left Behind curated by Myvillages' longstanding collaborator Adam Sutherland.
There are also a few new books on the shelf: Learn to Act documents ten years of the Eco Nomadic School, PAV Torino is publishing Grow it Yourself and the A_Z Marzona Collection Catalogue will be launched by Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin.

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I like being a farmer and I would like to stay one in Budapest
(30 January 2018)
Three Hungarian farmers' films are part of the exhibtion "Common Affairs" at Museum Ludwig in Bupapest:
Sárosdi Róbert and Judit, Szeksárd
János Sallai, Nagykamarás
Orsolya Kovács, Körösszegapáti
The production and the village screenings of the films in summer and autumn of 2017 were curated by Katalin Erdödi.