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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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Boghossian Foundation: “Trees for memories”

  “Art can’t save people. However, the means of art makes dialogue possible, which invokes the action that can preserve humankind.” ___Günther Uecker The Boghossian Foundation presents the exhibition Trees for memories with works by 31 internationally renowned...

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Kunstnernes Hus: Ida Ekblad “GIRL FIRES UP STOVE”

Kunstnernes Hus is pleased to announce the exhibition GIRL FIRES UP STOVE by Norwegian artist Ida Ekblad (b. 1980) opening June 2021. The artist will be presented with paintings and sculptures in both upper exhibition halls and a monumental sculpture outside the...

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Henie Onstad Kunstsenter: “Merz! Flux! Pop!”

This exhibition showcases the German avant-garde artist Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) and his artist colleagues. Schwitters was one of the most distinctive and versatile artists of the first half of the 1900s, and the artistic tactics and strategies he developed have...

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DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art: “Anti-Structure”

Taking as its starting point an immersive installation with works by Urs Fischer and placing it in dialogue with the work of twenty-one Greek and Cypriot artists of various generations and modalities, Anti-Structure explores the far-fetched realm of fine lines between...

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Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden: Joseph Beuys “Perpetual Motion”

Joseph Beuys redefined the boundaries of art by formulating the motto "Everyone is an artist" in 1968. His aim was not to deal with the rigid forms of painting and sculpture, nor to find his way into the predefined structures of academies and museums. Rather, it was...

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Kunstnernes Hus: “Rites of Passage”

Kunstnernes Hus has the pleasure of presenting a new group exhibition entitled Rites of Passage, in close collaboration with The National Museum of Norwegian Art. The exhibition brings together a concentrated compilation of works from the museum's collection and aims...

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Fondazione Furla: Nairy Baghramian

The third event in the Furla Series, this exhibition is the outgrowth of a partnership between Fondazione Furla and GAM – Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Milan, which will offer a unique encounter between past and present, by establishing a dialogue between contemporary art...

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Fondation François Schneider: “The Territories of Water”

  The Territories of Water brings works and objects from the collections of the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac into resonance with a selection of works from the François Schneider Foundation, a contemporary art fund set up in 2011 to address the issue of...

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