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Mori Art Museum: “Heatherwick Studio: Building Soulfulness”

The development of digital technologies and their infiltration into everyday life have dramatically altered how we relate to the surrounding environment and other people. In times such as these, is it possible to bring the empathy that connects our emotions to others,...

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Lyon HouseMuseum Galleries: “A Drone Opera”

Lyon Housemuseum Galleries presents a cinematic multi-channel installation of A Drone Opera by multi-disciplinary artist Matthew Sleeth. Exploring a narrative of desire, fear and destruction, the immersive film explores our dangerous love affair with new technologies,...

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Norval Foundation: Michael Armitage “Accomplice”

  Accomplice brings together a series of eight paintings and nine preparatory ink drawings by Kenyan artist Michael Armitage created over a two year period beginning in 2017. Presented for the first time as a complete cycle, the catalyst for these works were...

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Yayoi Kusama Museum: ZERO and Yayoi Kusama “ZERO IS INFINITY”

Yayoi Kusama Museum is delighted to announce its first major group exhibition, ZERO IS INFINITY, ZERO and Yayoi Kusama, featuring Kusama’s activity in Europe during the 1960s, introducing ZERO’s art practices and also exploring their relationship with Kusama. “ZERO”...

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Guangdong Times Museum: “Modes of Encounter: An Inquiry”

The institution of contemporary art, with its white cube delineations, perfectly differentiates between what is inside and what is outside of its parameters. Such spaces create a distanced gaze from the social and political realities that take place beyond its...

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UCCA: Hung Liu “Passer-by”

For the Chinese-American artist Hung Liu diaspora and migration figure heavily in her five-decade career; through her creative practice, she creates a monumental portrait of China’s recent history—from the late feudal era to the age of revolutionary fervor, to the...

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Pera Museum: “A Road Story: 180 Years Behind The Photography”

At the 180th anniversary of invention of photograph in 1839 and first photography trip, A Road Story: 180 Years Behind The Photograph exhibition will bring together interpretations and perspectives of photograph artists who explore the same route with today’s...

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Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa: “Two Together”

Zeitz MOCAA proudly presents an exciting new exhibition selected from its permanent collection, opening on 6 November 2019. The installation will occupy all gallery spaces on Level 4, a dedicated space for the institution’s collection. This forms part of a recent...

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Fondazione Prada: Li Qing “Rear Windows”

Prada presents “Rear Windows”, a new exhibition project by artist Li Qing, with the support of Fondazione Prada. Curated by Jérôme Sans, the show will be on view from 7 November 2019 to 19 January 2020 in the premises of Prada Rong Zhai, a 1918 historical residence in...

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Magasin III Jaffa: Tal R “Men Who Can’t Sit on Horses”

Magasin III Jaffa, is pleased to announce its upcoming fall schedule, : Men Who Can’t Sit on Horses, a solo exhibition by artist Tal R, featuring one singular painting, Natten (The Night), commissioned especially for Magasin III Museum & Foundation for...

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Montresso Art Foundation: Cédrix Crespel “Ligne Bleue”

The Montresso* Art Foundation and Cédrix Crespel presents the « Ligne Bleue » project from October 19 to November 26, 2019 at the artistic residency Jardin Rouge in Marrakech. The artist pursues the ambition to create and capture the conception of a « third entity »...

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