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500 CAP Street : A School of Chairs

The artists, of this first group exhibition at The David Ireland House, through expanding and redefining their respective mediums, have by consequence reshaped how we think about social and gender politics, the environment, and the role institutions play in shaping...

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Museum Voorlinden: Shilpa Gupta ‘Where do I begin’

This exhibition features a selection of works by the Mumbai-based multidisciplinary Indian artist Shilpa Gupta (b. 1976), on show in and around the museum. Gupta is drawn to borderlines in the broadest sense of the word: from geographical and political frontiers to...

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Luma Westbau: Zanele Muholi

In her first institutional solo exhibition in Switzerland, Zanele Muholi presents a comprehensive selection of works from three different ongoing series: Faces and Phases,Brave Beauties and Somnyama Ngonyama (‘Hail the Dark Lioness’), For over a decade, Zanele Muholi...

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Fundació Miró: “Beehave”

Where are the bees? The mass disappearance of honey bees in recent years has elicited a growing interest in urban beekeeping as a way to re-naturalise cities. The Beehaveexhibition project curated by Martina Millà draws on this debate - also among contemporary artists...

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Fondation Jan Michalski: Etel Adnan”La fulgurance du geste’’

The Lebanese-American poet, philosopher and artist Etel Adnan was born in 1925 in Beirut. Her mother was Greek, her father Syrian. Adnan was educated at French schools in Lebanon and studied philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris and Berkeley and Harvard in the United...

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Museo Nivola: Cristian Chironi “I’m back” 

Cristian Chironi’s exhibition I’m back is a reflection on the values and meanings associated with the life and work of Costantino Nivola, an artist active on the international scene of mid 20th-century Modernism but powerfully tied to his home town, Orani, in the...

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Fundación MAPFRE: Ed van der Elsken

Ed van der Elsken (Amsterdam, 1925 - Edam, 1990) was a photographer who dedicated a lot of his work to the streets in different cities all over the world, from his hometown Amsterdam to Paris or Tokyo, seeking what he called “his” people, authentic, genuine people...

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Esmoa: Experience 33: Awkward

They’re the people we love, the people we trust and confide in, the people we identify with. But there’s something else about family that isn’t often spoken about, because, well, it’s not always comfortable to admit. So, let’s just put it out there—family is awkward....

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the Broad: Jasper Johns ‘Something Resembling Truth’

On view February 10 - May 13, 2018, Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’ , a collaboration with the Royal Academy in London, will feature more than 120 of Jasper Johns’ most iconic and significant paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings, many never before...

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Sara Hildén Art Museum: Berlinde de Bruyckere

The sculptor Berlinde De Bruyckere (b. 1964) lives and works in Ghent in Belgium. Ghent lies in the Flanders region, which witnessed some of the fiercest battles of the First World War. De Bruyckere’s artistic breakthrough came with a work that was commissioned by the...

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: Danh Vho ‘Take My Breath Away’

This first comprehensive survey in the United States of work by Danish artist Danh Vo (b. 1975, Bà Ria, Vietnam) will offer an illuminating overview of Vo’s production from the past 15 years, including several new projects created on the occasion of the Guggenheim...

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Beelden aan Zee: André Volten “Utopia”

André Volten (1925 - 2002) was at the forefront of abstract sculpture in the Netherlands. Numerous sculptures, almost always in steel, are set up everywhere in the country at prominent locations such as the Stopera and the IJ-riverside in Amsterdam and the...

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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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