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di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art: Jim Drain “Membrane”

Jim Drain’s long-term installation Membrane marks one of two inaugural projects in di Rosa’s Conversation Pieces series and the artist’s first solo commission in Northern California. Drain was a member of Forcefield, a seminal Providence, Rhode Island-based collective...

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

Countryside, The Future, is an exhibition addressing urgent environmental, political, and socioeconomic issues through the lens of architect and urbanist Rem Koolhaas and Samir Bantal Director of AMO, the think tank of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). A...

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Frye Art Museum: Agnieszka Polska “Love Bite”

Agnieszka Polska creates hallucinatory computer-generated media works that operate at the intersection of language, history, and scientific theory to illuminate issues of individual and social responsibility. Combining original poetic texts with digitally manipulated...

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Transformer Station: Aaron Rothman “Signal Noise”

A photograph “takes the world and makes it into something else,” says Aaron Rothman, whose interest lies in transformative rather than documentary photography. This exhibition surveys 10 years of Rothman’s studies of the landscape of the American West, a region with...

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The new Experience 45: STARDUST will explore the different pathways of thinking. Art is a state of mind. Artworks are able to prime and inspire your brain activity. They can wake you up, where intuition has put you to sleep. Through STARDUST the visitor will...

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McEvoy Foundation for the Arts: “Orlando”

Orlando presents recent and newly commissioned photographs inspired by the themes of Virginia Woolf’s prescient 1928 novel, which tells the story of a young nobleman during the era of Queen Elizabeth I who lives for three centuries without aging and mysteriously...

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The Menil Collection: “Photography and the Surreal Imagination”

This exhibition presents the wide reach of the surreal imagination in modern and contemporary photography. Anchored in historical Surrealism, it explores photography’s central tension between documentation and invention, a generative force for artists connected to...

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Fundación Jumex: Michael Lin “Mariposa B1-09”

A temporary commission for the Museo Jumex, Michael Lin’s Mariposa B1-09 is a hand-painted floor that extends in excess of 1,300 square meters across the museum’s plaza and through the building’s ground floor. The work is based on a traditional tablecloth design found...

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Fundación Jumex: Lina Bo Bardi “Habitat”

Lina Bo Bardi: Habitat addresses the life, work, and legacy of the Italo-Brazilian architect, designer, curator, museum director, writer, editor, and set designer. Bo Bardi is known internationally for the design of the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (1968) and SESC...

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Esker Foundation: “Katie Ohe”

Esker Foundation is pleased to present an in-depth look at Katie Ohe’s sculptural practice and her unparalleled approach to material, form, space, and movement. This exhibition will bring together sculptural work spanning six decades of Ohe’s remarkable career,...

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CUE Art Foundation: Steve Parker “Futurist Listening”

CUE Art Foundation is pleased to present Futurist Listening, Steve Parker’s first solo exhibition in New York City, curated by Marcela Guerrero. This series of work takes the form of sonic headwear, acoustic sculptures built from brass instruments, and graphic scores,...

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Faurschou Foundation, New York: “The Red Bean Grows in the South”

The inaugural exhibition, The Red Bean Grows in the South (December 15, 2019 – April 11, 2020), explores themes of war, politics, hope, and longing with large-scale and experiential works by acclaimed international artists Ai Weiwei, Georg Baselitz, Louise Bourgeois,...

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