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Luma Arles: Ian Cheng “Life After BOB”

The Shed, as lead commissioner, is partnering with co-commissioners Luma Arles and LAS (Light Art Space) to present an international tour of Ian Cheng’s new work Life After BOB, a new form of narrative animation that imagines how artificial intelligence will transform...

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Museo Guggenheim Bilbao: Cecilia Bengolea “Animations in Water”

From June 24 to October 24, 2021, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao will be presenting Cecilia Bengolea: Animations in Water, the second exhibition of 2021 in the Film & Video gallery, a space that the Museum dedicates to key works in video art, film, and the artistic...

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Arter: Füsun Onur “Opus II – Fantasia Precaution”

One of the pioneers of contemporary art in Turkey, Füsun Onur’s installation Opus II – Fantasia from the Arter Collection carries references to music, as is the case with many of her works. Deploying everyday, fictional, and even autobiographical elements to explore...

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Fondation Pernod Ricard: Isabelle Cornaro “INFANS”

Through INFANS, Isabelle Cornaro invites the audience to discover, in a carefully elaborated configuration, short 16mm films that are at times associated with other animated images (found footage and/or animation films). With a high visual density, all these films...

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DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art: “The Greek Gift”

Following the postponement of a special project by Jeff Koons commissioned for the DESTE Foundation’s Project Space at the old Slaughterhouse in Hydra, Greece, due to COVID-19, a group of artists and friends of Dakis Joannou and the Foundation have come together to...

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Sammlung Philara: “Mirrors and Windows”

We are experiencing a time of collective learning and unlearning. Representations, (un-)conscious linguistic customs and institutional structures are put to trial and revised, while alternative concepts are formulated for the future. Such a learning process introduces...

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Fondation d’entreprise Francès: “MÊME POUR LE SIMPLE ENVOL D’UN PAPILLON, TOUT LE CIEL EST NECESSAIRE” (“EVEN FOR THE SIMPLE FLIGHT OF A BUTTERFLY, THE WHOLE SKY IS NECESSARY”)

The Francès Foundation presents a first exhibition-sale entitled "MÊME POUR LE SIMPLE ENVOL D'UN PAPILLON, TOUT LE CIEL EST NECESSAIRE" (EVEN FOR THE SIMPLE FLIGHT OF A BUTTERFLY, THE WHOLE SKY IS NECESSARY), created in partnership with the association Françoise Art...

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Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens: Terre Thaemlitz “Interstices”

Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens is proud to present selections from Interstices by the artist, public speaker and DJ Terre Thaemlitz. Originally produced in 2000–2003, the specially reconfigured installation at Woning Van Wassenhove includes video, sound and text. For the...

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Venet Foundation: Robert Morris “Voice”

The Venet Foundation is happy to announce this summer’s exhibition of Robert Morris’s Voice, 1974, a choice that will resonate well with the many works by this artist in the foundation’s collection. Morris was one of the most important artists of the post-war period,...

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Fondation Opale: Vladimír Škoda

The Special Focus space hosts the works by the French, Czechoslovakia-born artist Vladimír Škoda. Škoda’s artistic vocabulary consists of simple geometric shapes: spirals, cubes, polyhedra and especially spheres that reflect the artist’s fascination with cosmology and...

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Fondation Opale: “Breath of Life”

Fondation Opale took up the challenge of exhibiting sound. Not just any sound: the original sound from the earth. Fondation Opale is putting itself in tune with the didgeridoo, for a presentation on a totally new scale with a hundred works, including an exceptional...

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Guggenheim Museum Bilbao: “The Line of Wit”

The Line of Wit explores a selection of works from the Guggenheim Museo Bilbao’s permanent collection and long-term loans characterized as humorous, clever, and experimental. Relentlessly inquisitive in nature, these works employ unusual materials and techniques, and...

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Fundación MAPFRE: “Gary Winogrand”

After graduating from high school, Garry Winogrand (New York, 1928 – Tijuana, 1984) enlisted in the United States Air Force and was posted to Texas as a meteorologist. On his return he enrolled at Columbia University to study painting but soon stopped attending...

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Museum Voorlinden: “Robin Rhode”

  This spring, museum Voorlinden will present the first solo exhibition featuring artist Robin Rhode (South Africa, 1976) in the Netherlands. In this retrospective, Voorlinden celebrates his artistic journey from 2000 to the present day. Whether it is a photo,...

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