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Faurschou Foundation: Shirin Neshat “Looking for Oum Kulthum”

This solo exhibition delves deeply into the process of creating an artistic feature-length film by the visual artist Shirin Neshat. As a "film within a film," Neshat's Looking for Oum Kulthum renders the journey of an Iranian woman, who is making a film about the most...

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Jean-Paul Najar Foundation: Jene Highstein “Space and Place”

A key figure of sculptural abstraction, Jene Highstein used bronze, concrete, steel and wood to create primal and organic forms. Throughout his fifty year-long career, Highstein’s sculptures experienced constant shifts in size. He was adept at creating artworks of...

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Arp Museum” “In the Realm of Colour”

"Whenever I paint I think about nothing, I see colours." Paul Cézanne In 2018, the Arp Museum will be under the spell of "the Realm of Colour". The year opens with the exhibition "Gotthard Graubner – Breathing Images", which will be devoted to the work of the famous...

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Museo Amparo: Candida Höfer in Mexico

This exhibition shows the work of Candida Höfer, a disciple of the school of Bernd and Hilla Becher and one of the most important members of the new school of contemporary German photography, which emerged at the end of the 1980s. Her photographs of the interiors of...

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Schaulager: Bruce Nauman “Disappearing Acts”

Schaulager presents a long overdue retrospective exhibition showcasing the work of one of the most important artists of our day. The exhibition “Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts” has been organized by the Laurenz Foundation, Schaulager Basel and the Museum of Modern...

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Arter: Can Aytekin “Empty House” & Ali Mahmut Demire “Isle”

Can Aytekin’s solo exhibition Empty House is on view on the first two floors of Arter, comprising the artist’s new series by the same name as well as a selection from his previous five series produced after 2005. Featuring paintings on canvas and drawings for the most...

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Calouste Gulbenkian Museum: Sara Bichão “Find me, I kill you”

The exhibition is born of an intense personal experience that led the artist to question herself: as a singular identity, with her own body, and as a part of a whole. Sara Bichão relates the panic she experienced in a volcanic lake when, swimming alone, halfway across...

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Aperture: Taysir Batniji: “Home Away from Home”

Palestinian French artist Taysir Batniji is the third recipient of Immersion, a French American Photography Commission, a program launched by the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès in alliance with Aperture Foundation. In Home Away from Home, Batniji brings together...

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Fondation Lafayette: Lutz Bacher ” The Silence of the Sea”

  Throughout a career of over 40 years, Lutz Bacher has constructed works that defy all forms of classification. The American artist, who adopted a masculine pseudonym as of her first pieces, has produced conceptual works by using diverse media. Her photographs,...

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Kiesler Foundation: “Vienna 1924: Hotspot of the Avantgarde”

For a short time Vienna became the center of the avant-garde. In 1924 Friedrich Kiesler organized the Internationale Ausstellung neuer Theatertechnik (International Exhibition of New Theater Techniques) as part of the Musik- und Theaterfestival der Stadt Wien (Vienna...

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Bonniers Konsthalle: Jens Fänge ‘Drömmarna (The Dreams)’

Bonniers Konsthall has open the 2018 spring season with the most comprehensive solo exhibition of artist Jens Fänge to date. Fänge works with painting and assemblage and has occupied a central position in the Swedish art scene for quite some time. Recently his work...

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Arp Museum ‘What is Unfolding’

What’s Unfolding examines the development and preliminary phases of an exhibition. The title poses the question as to what has come before, what is undefined, what has perhaps been left behind, exploring the initial stages and the winding paths that result in a...

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Kadist: “This is Utopia, to Some”

This exhibition, conceived in collaboration with curator Elise Atangana, rearticulates visual narratives revealing a multiplicity of subjectivities and hybrid identities that coexist and interact. The distinction between what is legitimated by the museum display and “...

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Museum De Pont: Rineke Dijkstra

Rineke Dijkstra (Sittard 1959) acquired international fame in the 1990s with her Beach portraits. With this moving series of pictures established her reputation as a maker of portraits that the identity, vulnerability and dignity of the people portrayed in her own...

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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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