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Suñol Foundation: Patricio Vélez “Las formas del tiempo”

The Suñol Foundation has always shown the will to know better the work of the artists who make up the Josep Suñol Collection, as testimonies of the richness and diversity of the creative scene of Barcelona between 1975 and 2000. One of them is Patricio Vélez (Quito,...

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Noguchi Museum: Miya Ando ‘Clouds’

This installation of two site-specific sculptures in the Museum’s indoor-outdoor gallery, consists of works suspended plate-glass sculptures internally etched with images of clouds, share Isamu Noguchi’s interest in sculpting ephemeral materials, and in using them to...

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Luma Foundation : Performance by Sue Tompkins

  For its 13th edition, Pazmaker  (a Mexico City-based fanzine) presents a series of events commemorating their comeback to Switzerland (the first issue 0 had its first presentation ever at C-E-C in Geneva. This time,...

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Power Station of Art: Christian Boltanski “Storage Memory”

Power Station of Art will host the China’s first major solo exhibition for acclaimed French artist Christian Boltanski. Born in 1944 and widely considered a key figure to the post-WWII art scene in Europe, Boltanski has been exerting profound impacts to the...

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Akzo Nobel Foundation: Common Ground

Featuring work by several celebrated (inter)national artists, the exhibition was devised by Tom Postma Design. It focuses on where people meet and communicate and how these places are represented and interpreted in art. The event is being hosted by Thierry Vanlancker,...

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MALBA: David Lamelas “A Life of Their Own”

This solo exhibition is dedicated to the work of Argentine artist David Lamelas (Buenos Aires, 1946), a pioneer of conceptual art and one of the great protagonists in the 1960s Argentine art scene. Internationally recognized from the start of his career, Lamelas won a...

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Museum De Pont: Sean Scully ‘Landline’ series

The Landline series makes reference to the edge of land. Scully has removed almost all vertical forms from the works to create, in his own words, “a side-to-side motion”. The horizontal band becomes the central motif, mirroring land as it meets sea and air – but far...

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DHC/art: Bharti Kher “Points de départ, points qui lient”

Bharti Kher is known internationally for her signature use of the bindi in works across painting and sculpture. Derived from the Sanskrit word bindu—meaning point, drop, dot or small particle—and rooted in ritual and philosophical traditions, the bindi is a dot...

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Museu Calouste Gulbenkian: “Pós-Pop Fora do lugar-comum”

This exhibition presents, in its entirety, works produced almost exclusively between 1965 and 1975, in Portugal and England. Some of them are united by a witty divergence from the commonplace put forward by Pop Art. And, in the case of the Portuguese artists, true...

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Fondation d’Entreprise Hermès: Marie Cool Fabio Balducci

As part of the “Poésie balistique” (“Ballistic Poetry”) season instigated at La Verrière, the Brussels art space of the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès, curator Guillaume Désanges presents a monograph exhibition by the French-Italian art duo Marie Cool Fabio Balducci....

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Museum No Hero: Living Colours

Color affects our thoughts and actions. Red represents danger, green gives us a feeling of safety and blue we associate with cool and cold. An abstract work derives its power of expression to a large extent to the colour and material choice of the artist. Panel 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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