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Guggenheim Bilbao: “Kandinsky”

As a pioneer of abstraction and a renowned aesthetic theorist, Vasily Kandinsky (b. 1866, Moscow; d. 1944, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France) is among the foremost artistic innovators of the early twentieth century. He endeavored to free painting from its ties to the natural...

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De Pont Museum: Hans Broek “The Things I Used To Do”

Twenty-five years ago Hans Broek (Veenendaal, 1965) brought new life to landscape painting with his vast panoramas of the American West Coast. Various examples of this work can be found in De Pont's collection. In his exhibition The Things I Used To Do, the landscape...

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Museum of Art Timisoara & TRIADE Foundation ‘Ressurected Matter’

The TRIADE Foundation, in partnership with the Museum of Art Timisoara and European ArtEast Foundation London, proudly presents the exhibition Ressurected Matter, a historical survey that explores the prominent tendencies that shaped the postwar artistic climate in...

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Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation: “René Lalique and the Age of Glass”

In the Founder’s Collection, the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum has gathered almost two hundred works by René Lalique, including some of the most celebrated jewels created by this artist. This magnificent set has its origins in the 1890s when Calouste Gulbenkian and René...

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Fondation Salomon pour l’art contemporain: “Jean-Luc Verna”

Born in 1966 in Nice, Verna lives and works in Paris. Jean-Luc Verna, who comes from a "conservative" home, decided as a teenager to cut family ties and move towards an alternative life where punk, sex and drugs were the order of the day. Later, he decided to make art...

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Serlachius Museums: Rodney Graham “Artists and Models”

Renowned Canadian artist Rodney Graham brings to the Serlachius Museums his disguise self-portraits for which he is best known.  Rodney Graham (b. 1949) lives and works in Vancouver. He is one of his country’s most respected contemporary artists and has exhibited...

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Henie Onstad Kunstsenter: “Nils-Aslak Valkeapää / Áillohaš”

The Henie Onstad will put on a big retrospective exhibition about the Sami artist Nils-Aslak Valkeapää / Áillohaš (1943-2001). The artist is seen as a cultural icon and nation builder in Sápmi.1 He was an innovator of Sami joik and visual art, as well as a Nordic...

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Fondation Boghossian: “The Light House”

  “A light here required a shadow there.” To the Lighthouse, Virginia Woolf The Boghossian Foundation explores manifestations of light in art and the sensations it causes. The exhibition The Light House invites the public to experience a succession of personal...

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Peggy Guggenheim Collection: Edmondo Bacci “Energy and Light”

The Venetian Edmondo Bacci (1913–1978) was one of the few Italian artists to achieve broad success during his lifetime and to exhibit in the most important Italian and international galleries and museums. The quality of his work drew the attention of critics and...

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