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Fondation Prada: John Bock: “The Next Quasi-Complex”

This exhibition is conceived by John Bock (Gribbohm, 1965; lives and works in Berlin) for the Podium exhibition space. The project reflects his own practice that freely employs performative elements with audience engagement, installation, environment among others. His...

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Fondazione Merz : “Sitin”

Continuing the Fondazione’s ongoing program dedicated to the work of Mario and Marisa Merz, the exhibition Sitin  is the latest in the series of thematic presentations of his work. Previous exhibition's themes include: drawing in 2010; pictorial production and its...

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DRAF X Mostyn: “She sees the shadows”

“She sees the shadows… she even counts the tree-trunks along a promenade by the shadows, but sees nothing of the shape of things.”* In 1886, a 22-year-old woman in Lyon saw the world around her for the first time. Objects that had been instantly recognisable by touch...

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Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao: Javier Téllez “Shadow Play”

The work of New York-based artist Javier Téllez (b. 1969, Valencia, Venezuela) investigates the history of the moving image—its icons, social norms, and specific relational forms—while it systematically tackles institutional dynamics, disability, and mental illness as...

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K11 Guangzhou: Keiichi Tanaami

Keiichi Tanaami, the exhibition of Japanese Avant-garde Art pioneer Keiichi Tanaami's work, has been officially on view in K11 Guangzhou. This is the first international art exhibition in K11 Guangzhou,the brand new art and cultural landmark. It is also the first...

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The Mosaic Rooms : “What do you mean, here we are?”

    Join us for the opening of What do you mean, here we are?. The exhibition is a retrospective of the renowned Townhouse Gallery in Cairo, Egypt. Founded in 1998, Townhouse emerged onto a scene dominated by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture and its private...

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Calouste Gulbenkian Museum: Aimée Zito Lema / 13 Shots

The work of Aimée Zito Lema (Amsterdam, 1982) addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory, with a particular focus on the recording and intergenerational transmission of events, both through material history and through the human body as a mnemonic...

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Buitenplaats Wijlre: “Traces”

Kasteel Wijlre presents, in collaboration with Lismore Castle Arts (Ireland), the international group exhibition Traces. With works by 10 contemporary artists, whose contributions are interwoven with artworks from the (former) collection of Jo and Marlies Eyck, Traces...

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Städel Museum: Ursula Schultz-Dornburg “The Land in Between”

Assembling more than 200 works from 1980 to 2012, the Städel Museum offers the first comprehensive survey of the work of Düsseldorf based photographer Ursula Schulz-Dornburg. On view are places of transit, border landscapes, and cult sites of bygone cultures in...

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Estorick ‘The Art of Campari’

Since the nineteenth century, Campari has been responsible for some of the most distinctive and innovative imagery created in Italy. This exhibition will trace the history of Campari's pioneering approach to advertising its iconic ruby-red aperitivo. Drawn from...

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Luma Arles: Gilbert & George “The Great Exhibition (1971-2016)”

At a time of reflection on Gilbert & George’s one-of-a-kind half century of creating Art together, Luma presents The Great Exhibition curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Daniel Birnbaum that seeks to capture and revel in Gilbert & George’s unique universe. Featuring a...

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Arp Museum “I cut up Mountains of Paper in Great Euphoria”

Works on paper occupy a special position in the Œuvre Hans Arps, because he deals with any other media so diverse. Again and again, he explores the limits and reach new uses. Arp not only draws and manufactures colorful prints, but he tears and sticks, painted, cuts...

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Museo Nivola: Tony Cragg “Endless Form”

With this project, the museum, according to the legacy of Costantino Nivola, is continuing its exploration of sculpture as a tool for the investigation of space, comparison of form and materials, and as an artistic practice that can have a real impact on today’s...

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The Broad: ‘A Journey That Wasn’t’

A Journey That Wasn’t brings forth the rich array of artworks in the Broad collection that capture the passage of time by including artists who use devices such as rhythm, repetition, duration, artifice and appropriation to investigate and distort our perceptions,...

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Pyke Koch: A sphinx in the art of the 20th Century

An interview with Andreas Koch, co-founder of the Pyke Koch Foundation Pyke Koch before “De Oogst” (The Harvest), 1953 This autumn the Centraal Museum is holding a large exhibition dedicated to the work of Pyke Koch, an important painter of the Magic (Neo) Realism....

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