Barjeel Foundation: ‘Night was Paper and We were Ink’

Barjeel Foundation: ‘Night was Paper and We were Ink’

The exhibition contains a selection of works on paper from the Barjeel collection that include drawing, painting and printmaking from the mid-20th Century to the present. The works traverse a range of approaches, dealing with everyday encounters, documentation of...
the Feuerle Collection: The Incense Room

the Feuerle Collection: The Incense Room

the Feuerle Collection is the first art museum to present the theme of Chinese incense culture, and the only place in the world where the traditional incense ceremony is reinterpreted as a contemporary artistic practice as part of a curatorial work in dialogue with,...
DHC/ART : “The Gift”

DHC/ART : “The Gift”

How loaded is a gift? Through this age old practice of exchange, we are confronted by a range of emotions and questions that are further complicated by a dominant system of market economy. Is it really just the thought that counts? As the giver of a gift, a deluge of...
The Broad: Yajoi Kusama

The Broad: Yajoi Kusama

In 1961, Yayoi Kusama, then thirty-two years old, displayed a painting that was thirty-three feet long and almost ten feet high at Stephen Radich Gallery in New York. The painting, no longer extant, was one of the largest of the abstract expressionist era, a time in...
Fondation d’Entreprise Richard: Vincent Lamouroux

Fondation d’Entreprise Richard: Vincent Lamouroux

The Fondation gave carte blanche to artist Vincent Lamouroux, winner of the 2006 Ricard Prize*, to take over the Panorama tower of the Friche la Belle de Mai in Marseille A place hidden at the far edge of the desert, at the confines of two states. A long, dusty track...
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