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Kadist San Francisco: “Here We Live / The Feeling Sense”

Living in a city, town, or village often entails being privy to its changes, more often than not, in rapid and unsettling ways. Presenting videos, installations, and archival materials, the exhibition Here We Live, sheds light on the ways in which communities adapt,...

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Museum Belvédère: Ruud van Empel “Nature is Kind”

Ruud van Empel’s distinctive style has evolved through an ongoing exploration of the tension between straight photography and digital technology. His images are digitally constructed from a synthesis of hundreds of diverse fragments taken from his own photographs. He...

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Kadist Paris: “Affective Utopia”

Unfolding as three chapters and public events, the exhibition offers a reflection on the tensions generated by South/North issues, posing the question of how art can be a critical tool to rethink socialization and the affective geographic concepts of belonging,...

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Fondation François Schneider: Talents Contemporains 7th Edition

They are walkers in the vast, mountainous, log, nature, sculpture, dived in the oceans, being a resident with refugee populations. They are still a designer algorithm, photographer, ethnologist, painter of desolation or plastic surgeon of fragility. The cuvée 2017...

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Museum De Pont: Richard Long

The basis of Long’s work is always a simple geometric form: the circle, the line, the spiral or the cross – minimal forms that stand out in the landscape because they have been produced by human hands. Long has left them behind on his endless walks throughout the...

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Jan Michalski Foundation: Anselm Kiefer “Books and woodcuts”

The German artist Anselm Kiefer (*1945, Donaueschingen) long hesitated between two practices, writing and painting. Although it was the latter he eventually chose, literature continues to play a preponderant role in his body of work. Through their materiality and...

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Graham Foundation: Arakawa and Madeline Gins “Eternal Gradient”

The exhibition traces the emergence of architecture as a wellspring of creativity and theoretical exploration for the artist Arakawa (1936–2010) and poet and philosopher Madeline Gins (1941–2014). Including over 40 drawings and a wide-range of archival materials, this...

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Museum Voorlinden: “Less is More”

How can it be that we in the West – in an era in which our standard of living is higher than ever – are still constantly wanting more? Our smartphones keep us in contact with the world twenty-four hours a day. The result is constant overstimulation. We are always...

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Zeitz MOCAA: “Still Here Tomorrow to High Five You Yesterday”

The exhibition provides an opportunity to re-examine notions of utopias, African Futures and Afrofuturism from the continent and the diaspora, simultaneously calling for a re-reading and re-writing of both real and imagined narratives that aren’t constrained by time...

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Het Depot: Louis Niënhuis

Abstraction and form collide and alternate in Louis Niënhuis' work. The commonality in almost all of his work is the material the sculptures are made of wood. Niënhuis has now been working as a sculptor for over 35 years but did not initially choose this career path...

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Beyeler Foundation : “The Young Picasso – Blue and Rose Period”

In 2019, as an exceptional cultural highlight, the Fondation Beyeler is mounting a unique exhibition devoted to Pablo Picasso’s masterpieces of his early Blue and Rose periods. This will be the most comprehensive presentation ever seen in Europe of Picasso’s paintings...

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Last written interview

Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation: an interview with Mr. Boustany

FOUNDER-DIRECTOR OF THE FRANCIS BACON MB ART FOUNDATION The trigger that led to the creation of your Foundation seems remarkable to us; it was the encounter with a work by Bacon and the emotion that followed that put you on this long but passionate path of creating a...

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