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Fundación MAPFRE: “Eamonn Doyle”

This exhibition dedicated to the work of Eamonn Doyle (Dublin, 1969) explores the most recent work of this Irish photographer, known for his «Dublin Trilogy». The exhibition includes the artist's personal vision of the Irish capital – the drama and the pace of life of...

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Blenheim Art Foundation: “Maurizio Cattelan”

Blenheim Art Foundation will host a solo exhibition by Maurizio Cattelan at Blenheim Palace this autumn, running from 12 September – 27 October 2019. This is Cattelan’s first and most significant solo exhibition in the UK in twenty years and will feature new works...

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Julia Stoschek Collection: HORIZONTAL VERTIGO WangShui

For their first solo presentation in Europe, WangShui will exhibit three moving-image installations produced between 2016 and 2019 that explore intimate modes of transformation. Restaging architecture, live subjects, and everyday detritus, WangShui’s diaristic works...

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Fondation d’entreprise Ricard: Prize 2019 ‘Le Fil d’Alerte”

Referring as it does to the thread that links the spider to its web and lets it know when an event has just occurred, this title is a metaphor for the curator’s relationship with her environment. It also evokes the attention we give to a context, dynamically and...

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Fondazione Giorgio Cini: “Thomas Stearns at Venini”

The autumn exhibition at le stanze del vetro, curated by Marino Barovier, will focus on the American artist Thomas Stearns, who collaborated with the Venini glassworks in the early 1960s. After an initial period during which Stearns familiarised himself with local...

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No Hero Museum: Yves & Catherine: un histoire d’amour

YSL these three letters are a household name in the fashion world. It is the initials of the famous designer Yves Saint Laurent, the man who has forever changed the image of women with his innovative look and rebellious attitude. The French actress Catherine Deneuve...

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Museum Beelden aan Zee: Klaas Gubbels “Finally by the Sea”

During his entire working life Klaas Gubbels has remained loyal to just a few objects from still life: the table, chair and coffee pot (or kettle, as he calls it). These are simply everyday objects, nothing special at all. But in Gubbels’ oeuvre they are special, in...

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Julia Stoschek Collection: A.K.Burns ‘Negative Space’

A.K. Burns’s interdisciplinary practise explores the body as a contentious domain where social, political, and material forces collide. Engaging deeply with questions of materiality and (re)production, Burns examines how power is connected to the body, its functions,...

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Fondazione Giorgio Cini: Marianna Kennedy “Invincible Truth”

Invincible Truth is an exhibition, curated by Lars Rachen and Paolo Vincenzi, London based artist and designer Marianna Kennedy, specially conceived for the Sala Borges of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice. The exhibition...

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Luma Westbau: “It’s Urgent! – Part II”

Never has the artists’ voice been more necessary in the political debate than right now, Hans Ulrich Obrist explains: 'If there was ever a time that the world needed artists, it is now. We need their radical ideas, visions, and perspectives in society'. For the second...

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Casa dei Tre Oci: Ferdinando Scianna “Journey, Story, Memory”

The Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice will be hosting an anthological show by Ferdinando Scianna (Bagheria, Sicily, 1943), one of the reference figures of contemporary international photography. The show, curated by Denis Curti, Paola Bergna, and Alberto Bianda, art...

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Luma Westbau: Reba Maybury “A-good-individual”

A-good-individual who - is that? Is she a trans-dog? No. She is - actually - a - formidable - lecturer, - feminist - and - dominatrix - that - is influencing young minds-to think-about-Truly frightening-patriarchal oppression she-believes -misguided-horny men with...

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Rupert Museum

Mr Deon Herselman, Director of the Rupert Museum (which forms part of the Rupert Foundation) talks about the late Mrs Huberte Rupert’s initiative to build the museum. The building was opened 10 years ago and houses an extensive collection of classical South African...

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