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Sculpture Center: Tishan Hsu “Liquid Circuit”

Tishan Hsu: Liquid Circuit is the New York-based artist’s first museum survey exhibition in the United States. The exhibition traces Hsu’s key ideas and demonstrates how they clearly resonate in the works of younger artists coming of age today. In the mid-1980s Hsu...

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Sculpture Center: Jesse Wine “Imperfect List”

Imperfect List continues British-born, New York-based artist Jesse Wine’s open and intuitive approach to sculpture, building upon a fifteen-year engagement with clay as his primary artmaking material. The exhibition brings together a wide variety of works, ranging...

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art: “Ansel Adams in our Time”

This summer, take a trip across the American West through the lens of iconic American photographer Ansel Adams, together with more than 20 contemporary photographers. For more than 50 years, Ansel Adams captured the breathtaking beauty of the country’s natural...

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Clyfford Still Museum: “The Late Works: Clyfford Still in Maryland”

This exhibition, the first of its kind, investigates Clyfford Still’s later works, both in painting and in drawing, made after his move to rural Maryland in 1961. This marks a particularly fertile period for Still; he made over 375 works on canvas and over 1,100 works...

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Transformer Station: “ONE: Unique Photo-Based Images”

This exhibition of unique photo-based objects is based primarily on works from the Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell collection. Although the medium of photography is characterized by its ability to reproduce multiples of the same image, the artists in ONE have all...

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Transformer Station: Dave Jordano “(Human) Landscapes”

Photographer Dave Jordano was invited to come to Cleveland in the Summer of 2019 to explore the city. Born in Detroit and now living in Chicago, Jordano has had a long interest in the places and people of the urban industrial cities of the midwest. The work that...

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CUE Art Foundation: Terri Friedman “Rewire”

CUE Art Foundation is pleased to present Rewire, a solo exhibition by Terri Friedman, curated by Kathy Butterly. Friedman creates large, painterly weavings that ooze, sag, pinch, and dangle in vibrant shades of magenta, vermilion, fluorescent yellow, and cobalt blue....

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Esker Foundation: Kasia Sosnowski “SNEEK-E-PEEP’N”

Kasia Sosnowski is originally from Calgary – she moved to Lethbridge in 2007. She graduated with honours from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Art History & Museum Studies, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Art Studio in 2014. She moved to...

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation : 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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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 ageing and mysteriously...

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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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Magazzino Italian Art Foundation: “Homemade”

From July 9 through September 7, 2020, Magazzino presents Homemade, a special exhibition of new work created by eight New York-based Italian artists—including Alessandro Teoldi, Andrea Mastrovito, Beatrice Scaccia, Danilo Correale, Davide Balliano, Francesco Simeti,...

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