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Martin Parr Foundation: Chris Killip “The Station”

This exhibition presents Chris Killip’s photographs taken at The Station music venue in Gateshead in 1985. The Station is a dedicated performance and rehearsal space established by The Gateshead Music Collective, after their previous venue was threatened with closure....

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Guggenheim Bilbao: Lee Krasner “Living Color”

Lee Krasner (b. 1908; d. 1984) was a pioneer of Abstract Expressionism, the movement that made New York a thriving center for modern art in the postwar period. Born in Brooklyn, in an Orthodox Jewish, Russian émigré family, she decided to become an artist at 14. She...

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Boghossian Foundation: “Aleppo, a 5,000 year journey”

The Boghossian Foundation hosts an immersive and exclusively digital exhibition dedicated to Aleppo, the multi-millennial city. From 2012 to 2016, the battles of the Syrian civil war ravaged the city of Aleppo. Bombardments and fighting on the ground took a heavy toll...

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Blenheim Art Foundation: Cecily Brown

This major solo exhibition by acclaimed British artist Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace will be the first exhibition in the Blenheim Art Foundation’s programme to be comprised entirely of new work created in response to the Palace, and the first devoted to contemporary...

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Index: “LEAKING CONTAINER”

This year, Index’ annual festival takes place 17–19 September, bringing together a program of talks, workshops, and events reflecting around the topic of distribution. Leaking Container tracks how distribution leaks into artistic practices, rooted in Index’ 40-year...

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Magnani Rocca Fondazione: “L’ultimo romantico (The Last Romantic)”

From September 12 - December 13, 2020, the Magnani-Rocca Foundation, with the title "The Last Romantic", proposes a rich exhibition tribute to its Founder, and does so in the residence that Luigi Magnani transformed into a sumptuous and surprising house-museum, the...

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C/O Berlin Foundation: Harald Hauswald “Voll das Leben! Retrospective”; Michael Danner “Migration as Avant-Garde”; Felicity Hammond “Remains in Development”

Raucous, flamboyantly dressed punks, hippies, and kissing couples in a sea of Trabi cars, confrontational banners and demonstrators at Alexanderplatz in East Berlin, shadowy figures and drunks at festivals and neighborhood bars, law-abiding citizens waiting patiently...

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Fondation Fiminco: “Negotiating Borders”

The Fondation’s very first “carte blanche” is granted to the contemporary art project “Real DMZ Project”. The exhibition is an opportunity to delve into the Korean artistic scene through the “Demilitarized Korean zone” (DMZ), one of its most significant symbols. The...

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Arter: KP Brehmer “The Big Picture”

Arter welcomes the new season with a major retrospective of the German artist KP Brehmer (Berlin 1938–Hamburg 1997). Curated by Selen Ansen and featuring an extensive selection from the oeuvre of Brehmer who was associated with the Capitalist Realism movement, the...

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Arter: “For Eyes That Listen”

Drawn from the Arter Collection and curated by Arter’s Founding Director Melih Fereli, the exhibition For Eyes That Listen brings together works that feature a strong connection with music and sound. Taking its reference from the methods and approaches of Fluxus...

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Arter: “On Celestial Bodies”

Drawn from the Arter Collection and curated by Kevser Güler, the group exhibition entitled On Celestial Bodies focuses on questions revolving around the ways the mode of coexistence can be reconceived and reconstructed today. Interested in the potentials possessed by...

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Arter: Altan Gürman

Most of Altan Gürman’s works (b. 1935) produced from 1965 until his untimely passing in 1976 were meticulously preserved and kept together by his wife Bilge Gürman along with his archive. Both these works and archival material have been added to Arter’s collection in...

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