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The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: “Countryside, The Future”

Although the Guggenheim's exhibition space in New York is closed, there is a short video about the exhibition "Countryside, The Future" and an audio guide. In these tracks, Guggenheim curators Troy Conrad Therrien and Ashley Mendelsohn introduce the exhibition, and...

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KADIST: “AP: Assembled Personalities”

Guy Ben-Ner, Keren Cytter, Alex Da Corte, Mark Leckey, and Li Ran. “Some assembly required” applies not only to the lasting global phenomenon of IKEA, but has become a foundational experience of making sense in art as well—for us as viewers, but first and foremost for...

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ESMoA: “STARDUST”

Although their exhibition space is closed, ESMoA is offering a virtual tour of the exhibition "STARDUST." Visit: https://esmoa.org/experience/stardust/ ................................ The new Experience 45: STARDUST will explore the different pathways of thinking....

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation (CLOSED) : Terry Adkins “Resounding”

This exhibition highlights the work of prolific American artist Terry Adkins (1953-2014) who made a significant impact on the fields of contemporary sculpture and performance. Adkins synthesized a deep interest in history with an improvisational approach to art...

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Dia Art Foundation: Carl Craig

Dia Art Foundation commissioned acclaimed Detroit-based techno DJ and producer Carl Craig to create a sound installation at Dia Beacon in Beacon, New York, in dialogue with the unique architecture of the space. Party/After-Party (2020) marks his first commission for...

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Fundación Malba: “Remedios Varo Constellations”

Malba opens its 2020 exhibition calendar with an anthology exhibition of Remedios Varo (Anglès, Spain 1908 - Mexico City, Mexico 1963). She is a central figure in Latin American surrealism and fantastic art and an essential reference in Mexico's mid-20th-century art...

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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: Adam Pendleton “Elements of Me”

Adam Pendleton’s exhibition considers the relations between (geometric) abstraction, blackness, and languages of collectivity. Three basic shapes—square, triangle, and circle—are the refrains in this room-sized installation. Pendleton is a New York-based artist known...

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The Getty Museum: “Michelangelo: Mind of the Master”

  Michelangelo was one of the most creative and influential artists in the history of Western art. This exhibition explores the full range of his work as a painter, sculptor, and architect through more than two dozen of his extraordinary drawings, including...

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