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ESMoA: “Matriarchs”

As Indigenous womxn, we have occupied essential leadership roles in our communities for centuries. While the forces of colonization have sought to dismantle our cultures and life ways, we have fought to maintain and preserve them – not only surviving, but asserting...

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Fondation Cartier: “Southern Geometries, From Mexico to Patagonia”

The exhibition Southern Geometries, from Mexico to Patagonia celebrates the wealth of color and diversity of styles in the geometric art of Latin America, bringing together 250 artworks made by over 70 artists from the Pre-Columbian period to present. Including...

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Museum Ritter: “Squares in Motion”

Art that demonstrates change catches the viewer's eye and immediately enchants them. This exhibition demonstrates the different ways in which kinetic artworks play with our perceptions. On show are over 60 paintings, object boxes and sculptures from the Marli...

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Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens: Charline von Heyl “Snake Eyes”

With Snake Eyes, the MDD present work of Charline von Heyl (° 1960, Mainz) for the first time in Belgium. The German artist who lives in America is known for its approach to innovative and radical paint abstract since the 1980s. This isn't abstraction of reality that...

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Fondation Francés: Kader Attia “Memory of Forgetfulness”

The corporate foundation Francès is pleased to welcome French artist Kader Attia, winner of the Marcel Duchamp Prize (2016) represented by Galleria Continua partner of this exhibition entitled “Memory of Forgetfulness”. The spaces of the Foundation are entrusted to...

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The Phillips Collection : “Nordic Impressions”

A major survey of nearly 200 years of Nordic art, featuring many works never seen before in the US, will be presented by The Phillips Collection this fall. The exhibition, Nordic Impressions: Art from Åland, Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland,...

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Lafayette Anticipations: Simon Fujiwara “Revolutions”

Devised around the Foundation's recently renovated building, Revolution groups large-scale works and installations, including two major new commissions produced with Lafayette Anticipations. It carries on a dialogue with the artist that began in 2014, with the...

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Luma Westbau: Sarah Morris, Arthur Jafa and Sondra Perry

Sarah Morris,"Finite and Infinite Games, 2017 Sarah Morris' recent film Finite and Infinite Games casts German theorist, writer and filmmaker Alexander Kluge in a philosophical conflict and performance juxtaposed to the empty and not yet opened Elbphilharmonie in...

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Nam June Paik Center: Art Commons, Nam June Paik

The Nam June Paik Art Center is celebrating its 10th anniversary on October 8, 2018. In commemoration, the Nam June Paik Art Center questions the role of the future museum and designs its direction to move forward. Along with the evaluation of the past ten years, the...

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Museu Coleção Berardo: “Quel Amour!?”

Quel Amour!? brings together several artists from different generations, countries, and cultures for whom Love has been a source of inspiration. Doubtlessly, Love is one of the most significant feelings of human life. Hence, it has always been present in the history...

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Museum Beelden aan Zee: Ossip Zadkine “Zadkine by the Sea”

Who isn't familiar with that bronze figure in Rotterdam with a hole in his body? Sometimes he is called ‘Holey Jan’ or ‘Jan with the hands.’ The sculpture is actually called De Verwoeste Stad (The destroyed city) and is considered worldwide as one of the most...

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Museo Picasso Málaga: “Picasso’s South. Andalusian References”

  This exhibition follows the history of Spanish art by showing works by Picasso alongside valuable archaeological artefacts and paintings by great masters such as Zurbarán, Velázquez, Goya, María Blanchard and Juan Gris, among other artists, in an ambitious show that...

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Fondation Vasarely: “Vasarely, the Father of Op-Art”

The Foundation opens its three upstairs rooms to dedicate to the work of the "father of op art" On this occasion, a room named 'Lucien Arkas' will be devoted to the exhibition of twelve works of this passionate collector by the work of Victor Vasarely. A new course of...

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Frye Museum: Quenton Baker “Ballast”

His first museum solo exhibition, Seattle-based poet Quenton Baker creates an immersive text environment exploring the wake of the 1841 slave revolt aboard the brig Creole. The exhibition draws on an in-process collection of poems that amplify a sense of loss or...

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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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