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Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst: Laura Lim “Playful Geometry”

Laura Lima's installation Bar Restaurant (2010) in dialogue with works by Valentin Carron, Sylvie Fleury, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, and Olivier Mosset from the collection of the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst. Geometric shapes as bodies in three...

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Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst: Korakrit Arunanondchai

The Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst will host the artist Korakrit Arunanondchai’s (b. Bangkok, 1986) first solo exhibition at a Swiss institution. With video works, expansive installations, painting, and performance, Arunanondchai unfolds narratives that are at...

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Fondazione Gabriele e Anna Braglia: “Personnages”

Personnages (Characters) aims to be a major group exhibition drawing on the artistic heritage of the Braglia Collection. More than 90 works of art (paintings, drawings and sculptures) created between 1901 and 2014 are presented in which the representation of the human...

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The Henry Moore Foundation: Henry Moore “Configuration”

Configuration brings together a small, focused selection of sculpture, drawings and collages highlighting Henry Moore’s ceaseless investigation into form, material and volume. Throughout his lifetime, Moore collected objects such as bones, stones, shells and driftwood...

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TBA21–Academy: Isabel Lewis “The Soul Expanding Ocean #2”

Opening September 17th, Ocean Space showcases a newly commissioned work by artist and choreographer Isabel Lewis that invites participants and visitors to dance through the Ocean. The exhibition-performance is unveiled in the second chapter of The Soul Expanding...

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Luma Westbau: Ian Cheng “Life After BOB”

Ian Cheng’s Life After BOB is an episodic anime series built in the Unity game engine and presented live in real-time, imagining a future world in which our minds are co-inhabited by AI entities. Bridging the artist’s interest in both open-ended simulation and the...

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Museo Guggenheim Bilbao: Alice Neel “People Come First”

Alice Neel: People Come First will be the first retrospective in Spain of American artist Alice Neel (1900–1984). This ambitious survey will position Neel as one of the century’s most radical painters, a champion of social justice whose longstanding commitment to...

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Luma Westbau: Hannah Black “Clemens, Jack, Ramey, Raymond, Sam”

The videos on display are drawn from two different pre­vious exhibitions, Aeter, at Eden Eden in Berlin in 2018, and Dede, Eberhard, Phantom at Kunstverein Braunsch­weig in 2019. They have a strategy of freely edited, intimate quasi-documentary interviews in common....

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Martin Parr Foundation: Thilde Jensen “I AM NOT INVisible”

In I AM NOT INVisible, Thilde Jensen’s social documentary photography authentically captures a homeless community in America. In 2014 Thilde met Reine and Lost, two homeless men in Syracuse, New York. Reine and Lost lived under a highway and had survived three Upstate...

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Fondazione Adolfo Pini: Elisabetta Benassi “Lady and Gentlemen”

Elisabetta Benassi's work is nourished by a continuous dialogue with the past and with current events. Through research that leads her to explore archives or sound out traces of more or less well-known events, the artist rediscovers moments and figures from the...

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Fondazione Adolfo Pini: Freya Moffat “Denizen”

As winner of the Fondazione Adolfo Pini - ReA! Fair, Freya Moffat (London,1994) exhibits a selection of works in the gallery on the ground floor of Corso Garibaldi 2. The exhibition, curated by Marco Meneguzzo, will be open from September 14 to November 12. As winner...

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Fondation Thalie: “The Sowers”

The exhibition The Sowers presents 26 artists and takes the form of a dialogue between clay and thread. These two elements become a space of cross-pollination for rituals, crafts and the aesthetics of survival as well as the dimension of recycling in order to...

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Fondazione Prada Osservatorio: “Sturm&Drang”

The exhibition project “Sturm&Drang,” a collaboration between Fondazione Prada and gta exhibitions, ETH Zurich, will take place at Osservatorio Fondazione Prada from 9 September 2021, to 23 January 2022. Curated by Luigi Alberto Cippini (Armature Globale), Fredi...

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Langen Foundation: Daniel Spoerri “Museum of the Disorder”

The  Langen Foundation is a place born of great passion for collecting, experiencing and preserving art. With an exhibition of the artst Daniel Spoerri (*1930 in Romania), the Langen Foundation presenst one of the most important representatives of object art, whose...

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Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

ART for The World is a non-governmental organization founded to build a bridge between art and society, with contemporary art serving humanitarian purposes. Inspired by Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Everyone has the right to take part...

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Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

ART for The World is a non-governmental organization founded to build a bridge between art and society, with contemporary art serving humanitarian purposes. Inspired by Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Everyone has the right to take part...

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