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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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Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens: Cally Spooner “Dead Time”

For Cally Spooner’s first solo exhibition in Belgium, the Woning Van Wassenhove plays host to three interlocking works by the artist – Narrator’s Script (2020); Maggie’s Solo (2021); and A Lecture on Stagnation (2018–19). The first two works are sonic, the third is a...

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Espace Louis Vuitton München: Cyprien Gaillard “Wolkengarten”

The Espace Louis Vuitton München is proud to present Wolkengarten, a new exhibition dedicated to French artist Cyprien Gaillard. The works belong to the collection and are presented within the framework of the Fondation Louis Vuitton “Hors-les-murs” programme. Cyprien...

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Fondation d’entreprise Martell: “Sagmeister & Walsh: Beauty”

This fascinating exhibition realized by the acclaimed designers Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh immerses visitors in a multimedia, highly sensory plea for us to reconsider why beauty matters and how it can impact our lives. Almost throughout the 20th and 21st...

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Fundació Suñol: Alexia Medici “It Started with Water”

  This intangible exhibition invites you to explore and reflect on the history of various emblematic places in the neighborhoods of Sants and les Corts using the subjective perspective as a way of seeing. This invisible exhibition is experienced via mobile phones...

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Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation: “René Lalique and the Age of Glass”

In the Founder’s Collection, the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum has gathered almost two hundred works by René Lalique, including some of the most celebrated jewels created by this artist. This magnificent set has its origins in the 1890s when Calouste Gulbenkian and René...

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Luma Westbau in Zurich is pleased to present CASSANDRA PRESS: NEW PUBLICATIONS. This marks the first institutional exhibition documenting the work of the artist-run publishing and educational platform. Luma Westbau now opens to the public as a library showcasing...

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Fondation Thalie: “Spring”

Nathalie Guiot, President of Fondation Thalie, is delighted to present Spring, a new display of her collection in Brussels. Rebirth, buds and flowers, with this new display there is a desire to share the poetry and beauty of artwork that is usually shown in our homes....

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Pyke Koch:  A sphinx in the art of the 20th Century

Pyke Koch: A sphinx in the art of the 20th Century

An interview with Andreas Koch, co-founder of the Pyke Koch Foundation Pyke Koch before “De Oogst” (The Harvest), 1953 This autumn the Centraal Museum is holding a large exhibition dedicated to the work of Pyke Koch, an important painter of the Magic (Neo) Realism....

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