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Kulturstiftung Basel H. Geiger: “Tree Connections”

An art and installation project by Klaus Littmann The exhibition reflects on the multifaceted artistic engagement with nature, with around 75 artworks by 45 artists on display. The presented works include landscape painter Christian Friedrich Gille, whose paintings...

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Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens: “After all, a collection is only human”

From 9 May to 20 June 2021 Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens presents the group exhibition After all, a collection is only human, with works from six Flemish private collections that have never before been shown together. The exhibition takes place in the Villa Vandenbussche in...

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KAI 10 | ARTHENA FOUNDATION: “Active Threads”

The international group exhibition Active Threads at KAI 10 | ARTHENA FOUNDATION inquires into the social and political relevance of textiles today. It explores how textile fabrics still function as extremely effective means of communication, even in our present...

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Jupiter Artland: “Rachel Maclean: Solo Exhibition”

A solo exhibition featuring four key works Spite Your Face (2017), Eyes To Me (2015), Germs (2013) and The Lion and the Unicorn (2012) will showcase a decade of Maclean’s fantasy worlds. Alongside the unveiling of Rachel Maclean’s new commission upside mimi ᴉɯᴉɯ uʍop,...

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Museo Guggenheim Bilbao: “The Roaring Twenties”

Humans’ desire to innovate reached its peak during the 20th century in the 1920s. This decade witnessed the development of ideas in many ways more progressive than those of today: ambitious urban plans were created; cities expanded swiftly; conventional role models in...

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Fondation Boghossian: “Icons”

From early icons from Europe and the Middle East to modern and contemporary works, icons have inspired many believers, as well as artists, throughout the ages. The exhibition unveils how spiritual dimensions have been incorporated into artworks since antiquity....

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Verbeke Foundation: Sjoerd Buisman

Verbeke Foundation presents a retrospective on the artist  Sjoerd Buisman. Sjoerd Buisman (1948, NL)  follows the phenomena of nature in his work. In his early years, he mainly used materials from nature itself, such as potatoes, plants and trees. He studied botanical...

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Museo Nivola: Peter Halley “ANTESTERIA”

Museo Nivola is proud to announce the exhibition Peter Halley: ANTESTERIA. Peter Halley is known for his geometric painting alluding to late capitalism's social spaces and their dimensions of confinement, isolation, and surveillance. "Cells," "prisons," and...

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Fondation Beyeler: Olafur Eliasson “Life”

"With Life, I work actively to create a space of coexistence among those involved in and affected by the exhibition – the art institution, my artwork, the visitors, other beings that join in, the trees and other plants in the park, the urban landscape that surrounds...

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Gammel Holtegaard: Jesper Just “Seminarium”

This spring Gammel Holtegaard presents a solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed Danish artist Jesper Just (b. 1974). Just is best known for his ambitious enigmatic films, borne by a perfected, aesthetic materiality. His film works are often shown in complex...

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