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Brant Foundation: Urs Fischer “Error”

“I like the idea of error. I think it’s just a beautiful word. Anything we do successfully in life is a potential error.” – Urs Fischer The Brant Foundation Art Study Center is pleased to present URS FISCHER: ERROR, a solo exhibition of works by Fischer from the last...

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Aperture Foundation : “Orlando”

Virginia Woolf’s prescient 1928 novel Orlando tells the story of a young nobleman who, during the era of Queen Elizabeth I, lives for three centuries without aging and mysteriously shifts gender along the way. In 1992, filmmaker Sally Potter released a now-classic...

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Guggenheim Bilbao Museum : Gerhard Richter “Seascapes”

Gerhard Richter (b. 1932) was born shortly before the outbreak of World War II in Dresden, which would become a part of East Germany following the end of the conflict. His interest for the Informalism and Expressionism that were developing on the other side of The...

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Graham Foundation : Nelly Agassi “Spirit of the Waves”

Through a newly commissioned body of work, including a large-scale textile installation, intricate embroideries, works on paper, sculptures, and a performance, Nelly Agassi conjures historical and imagined narratives from the architectural details of the Graham...

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Serlachius Museum Gösta : Matthew Day Jackson “Maa”

”By the year 2025, it became clear that the Storm was inevitable. The Families prepared their Bunkers. The Left Behind could do nothing but pray that some new and better world would emerge from the rubble of the old.” Matthew Day Jackson’s (b. 1974) exhibition Maa at...

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K11 Art Foundation: Martin Gross “Paradox Lake”

Following resident Chinese artist Zhang Enli and RA alumnus Paul Schneider, K11 Art Foundation (KAF) and the Royal Academy of Arts (RA) are presenting the third phase of their three-year collaborative artist-in-residence programme: Paradox Lake, the first solo...

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CUE Art Foundation : “The Persistence of Memory”

CUE Art Foundation is proud to announce the second annual CUE Teen Collective final exhibition. Entitled The Persistence of Memory, this thematic group exhibition features work by 23 teen artists from the 2018-19 CTC cohort. Asked to explore the concepts of memory and...

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Guggenheim Bilbao Museum : Lucio Fontana “On the Threshold”

Lucio Fontana (b. 1899, Rosario de Santa Fe, Argentina–d. 1968, Comabbio, Italia) was one of the most innovative artists of the 20th century. A witness to the political, cultural, and technological transformations that defined his era, Fontana became an essential...

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KADIST, PARIS : Hikaru Fujii “Les nucléaires et les choses”

On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9 earthquake on the North East coast of Japan generated a tsunami of exceptional force. These natural disasters, which caused more than twenty thousand deaths, provoked another tragedy— the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident. After this...

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Fondazione MAST : “Anthropocene”

  The multidisciplinary Anthropocene exhibition makes its European debut at Fondazione MAST, Manifattura di Arti, Sperimentazione e Tecnologia. This investigation of human influence on the state, dynamic and future of the Earth is conveyed through the...

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Fondation Louis Vuitton : Open Space #5 “Lauren Halsey”

Open Space is a programme dedicated to the most contemporary artistic expressions. National and international artists are invited to create a specific project for the Fondation. Open Space takes place regularly in different settings around Frank Gehry’s building. For...

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Hall Art Foundation: English Sculptors in New England

This group exhibition of outdoor sculpture installed on its grounds will include works by world-renowned British artists Richard Deacon, Nigel Hall, Gary Hume, Richard Long and Marc Quinn from the Hall and Hall Art Foundation collections. Richard Deacon (b. 1949) has...

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