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Fondazione Prada: “Stop Painting”

“Was the recurring ghost telling the story of the end of painting a phantom problem? And if yes, can phantoms be real?” Peter Fischli “Stop Painting” is an exhibition conceived by artist Peter Fischli on view at the historic palazzo of Ca’ Corner della Regina,...

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Bourse de Commerce / Pinault Collection: David Hammons

A major artist of our time and a radical figure, African-American artist David Hammons has, because of his critical strategy and avoidance of the art world, hardly ever been presented in Europe in any meaningful way. This corpus brings together nearly thirty pieces,...

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The Hepworth Wakefield: “Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life”

In summer 2021, to mark The Hepworth Wakefield’s 10th anniversary, the gallery will organise the largest exhibition of Barbara Hepworth’s work since the artist’s death in 1975. The exhibition will present an in-depth view of the Wakefield-born artist’s life,...

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Fondation Thalie: Nicolas Floc’h “Invisible, Seascapes”

Fondation Thalie is pleased to present Invisible, Seascapes, bringing together several photographic series and sculptures by Nicolas Floc’h. For the past ten years, Floc’h has been developing a production which addresses global changes as well as the definition of an...

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Fondation Carmignac: Chris Sharp “La Mer Imaginaire”

Fondation Carmignac has invited American curator and writer Chris Sharp to organise its forthcoming exhibition at Villa Carmignac on the island of Porquerolles, France. Entitled La mer imaginaire (‘The imaginary sea’), this project will transform the villa into an...

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Museum Frieder Burda: “Impressionismus in Russland”

In the late nineteenth century, many Russian artists took inspiration from the themes and techniques of the French impressionists. Portraying scenes of Russian everyday life en plein air, they tried to capture the fleeting moment in their paintings. Artists like...

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Martin Parr Foundation: Chloe Dewe Mathews “Thames Log”

In Thames Log, Chloe Dewe Mathews examines the ever-changing nature of our relationship to water. From the source of the river Thames to its mouth, Chloe has photographed people enacting a range of rituals and routines at the water’s edge. Over the course of five...

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KADIST, Paris: “Not Fully Human, Not Human at All”

Initiated by KADIST in 2017 and curated by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, Not Fully Human, Not Human at All, is a three-year project, part of KADIST’s international programs, devoted to drawing connections between different localities by addressing global issues, in close...

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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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