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MALBA: Mirtha Dermisache ‘Because I write!’

This first monographic exhibition ever held in a museum of the Argentine artist Mirtha Dermisache (Buenos Aires, 1940–2012) includes more than 140 pieces, produced since 1967 and a wide range of documents from Mirtha Dermisache’s Archive, an entity that has been...

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Faurschou: recent aquisitions

Faurschou Foundation is pleased to present the exhibition, Recent Acquisitions, which introduces a selection of the newly acquired artworks from its collection. Featuring works by Elmgreen & Dragset, Tracey Emin, Anselm Kiefer, Paul McCarthy, Bjarne Melgaard and...

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Thoma Foundation: ‘Cyberbodies’

This new thematic installation will feature the second rotation of ongoing seasonal installations, showcasing significant artworks from the digital art collection that include new acquisitions of historic importance, including works of historic importance by Lynn...

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Hahnloser/Jaeggli Foundation in the Kunstmuseum Bern

In celebration of the new partnership with the Hahnloser/Jaeggli Foundation the Kunstmuseum Bern presents a substantial exhibition of works from the Villa Flora Collection created by Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler. On 26 October 2016, Kunstmuseum Bern announced that...

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Fondation Gianadda: Cezanne – ‘le Chant de la Terre’

For two decades, the Pierre Gianadda Foundation has been exploring and sharing the world of Impressionist painters with monographs of a very large scale. In the pursuit of this impulse, Paul Cézanne's hundred or so works - eighty paintings and twenty or so watercolors...

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Amparo Museum: ‘Readings of a Fractured Territory’

Museo Amparo is a private institution founded in 1991 by Manuel Espinosa Yglesias and his daughter Ángeles Espinosa Yglesias Rugarcía in memory of Amparo Rugarcía de Espinosa with the commitment to acquire, preserve, research, and display Pre-Columbian, Colonial,...

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Fonds Hélène & Edouard Leclerc: ‘Picasso’

In line with its large monographic exhibitions devoted to the iconic artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, the Fund Helene & Édouard Leclerc creates the event this summer in Landerneau with "Picasso". This retrospective of the artist's work will unveil a Picasso...

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Hermès (Tokyo): Emmanuel Saulnier ‘ATM tempo I, II, III’

The exhibition is part of the continuity of the project presented by the French artist at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, in February 2017. Emmanuel Saulnier then focused his sculptural work toward a free and spontaneous gesture, to escape the constraints of the...

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Rockbund Art Museum: Philippe Parreno

This exhibition, a major solo exhibition by French artist, Philippe Parreno, his first in China, is dedicated to the late Xavier Douroux whose influence on Parreno's career cannot be overstated. Curated by the Director of the museum, Larys Frogier, Parreno’s first...

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Kasteel Wijlre: Guido Geelen ‘Colouring’

Since the 1980s, sculptor Guido Geelen has consistently given new impetus to Dutch ceramics. Jo and Marlies Eijck, the estate’s founders, acquired Geelen’s first chalice piece in 1988. This work in baked red clay formed the starting point for a series of now twenty...

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Waldfrieden Skulpturenpark: Imi Knoebel ‘Bilder’

Imi Knoebel‘s origins are to be found in Minimalism which has characterized his artistic work from its earliest beginnings right up to the present. Since the onset of the sixties when he joined the circle of young artists which had collected around Joseph Beuys and...

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Jim Thompson Art Centre: ‘Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs’

KADIST, Jim Thompson Art Center, and Para Site are delighted to present this major traveling and transforming exhibition based on several intertwined lines of tension and narratives found today in the realities, artistic and cultural production, and contemporary...

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Aperture: Summer Open: On Freedom

Curated by For Freedoms, the 2017 Aperture Summer Open exhibition, On Freedom, offers a photographic response to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. The photographers and image-makers...

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Guggenheim Bilboa: George Baselitz ‘Hero’

George Baselitz (b. 1938) is without question one of the most influential painters and sculptors of our time. In 1965 and 1966, in a virtually explosive spurt of productivity, he developed his dramatic and paradoxical Hero paintings. Today, the forceful workgroup of...

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Museum Frieder Burda: Rodney Graham ‘Lightboxes’

The photo light boxes have a special place in the multi-facetted oeuvre of this multi-talented artist. Their pictorial language is opulently sensual and deeply humorous; they transmit refreshing and astonishing aspects, whereby Graham repeatedly undermines the surface...

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