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Art Centre Bombas Gens: Bleda y Rosa ‘A Geography of Time’

  The first exposition at the newly opened art centre surveys 25 years’ work by María Bleda (Castellón, 1969) and José María Rosa (Albacete, 1970) based on the series Campos de batalla, a recently finalised project depicting battlefields which begun in 1994 and...

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Espace Louis Vuitton Bejing: Gerhard Richter

On the occasion of its opening, the Espace Louis Vuitton Beijing is pleased to announce the presentation of an unprecedented exhibition dedicated to German artist Gerhard Richter. This presentation has been produced in the framework of the Fondation Louis Vuitton’s...

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Fundació Sunõl: Mònica Planes ‘Act 38’

In Act 38 at Nivell Zero, Mònica Planes shrinks the exhibition space down so that we can touch it with our hands and relate to it in different ways; she invites us to explore its possibilities in our head and peel back its many layers and characters. In short, she...

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Fondazione Merz: Massimo Bartolini ‘Four Organs’

Bartolini has always been a mediator in the interaction between space and spectator, working on a perceptive and experiential level. His work, expressed in a wide variety of media and techniques, of artificial and natural materials, creates sensory situations by...

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Museo Amparo: ‘Neither Heroes nor Martyrs’: Juan Fernando Herrán

Juan Fernando Herrán, 'Héroes Mil',2015, installation Ni héroes ni mártires (Neither heroes nor martyrs) is the second exhibition shown within the Encuentros Latinoamericanos programme (Latin American Encounters), hosted annually by Museo Amparo. This project aims to...

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Museum Voorlinden: Rodney Graham ‘ That is not me’

‘That’s not me’ invites the visitor to step into Rodney Graham’s universe. This Canadian artist (1949) is one of the most consistent, innovative and influential artists of the past 40 years. This will be Graham’s first major exhibition in the Netherlands of his recent...

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Fondation Maeght: Eduardo Arroyo ‘In the Respect of Traditions’

  Today Eduardo Arroyo is regarded as one of the great Spanish painters of his generation. Born in 1937 in Madrid and attached to the current of the "Figuration narrative" that developed in Europe in the early 1960s, he painted humanity through images games, the...

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Guggenheim Bilbao: Bill Viola ‘ A Retrospective’

Bill Viola (b. New York, 1951) is one of the leading artists of our time who is widely recognized as a pioneer in the development of video art, a medium he discovered in the early 1970s while enrolled in the “Experimental Studios” program at Syracuse University, New...

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Fundació Miró: ‘The Way Things Do’

The exhibition revisits the film by Fischli and Weiss titled The Way Things Go on the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary and places it in the hands of three artists born around the time it was produced, proposing an exercise around the notions of reception and...

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Hepworth Wakefield: Howard Hodgkin ‘Painting India’

Howard Hodgkin (1932 - 2017) is widely regarded as one of the world’s greatest painters and has occupied a central place in contemporary art for over half a century. This is the first comprehensive exhibition to explore the enduring influence of India on Hodgkin’s...

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Vasarely : Vera Röhm ‘In Search of Rational Beauty’

Born in 1943 in Bavaria, Vera Röhm, (froma Russian mother and a German father)  grew up in Geneva, and Darmstadt. Perfectly bilingual German-French, as a result of her multicultural childhood, she studied in Paris giving her a grand opening on the world. Everything is...

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Fundación MAPFRE: Albert Renger-Patzsch

Albert Renger-Patzsch (Würzburg, 1897 - Wamel, 1966) is considered to be one of the 20th century's most influential photographers. He was one of the leading representatives of the German New Objectivity, an artistic movement that emerged after the end of World War I,...

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Serralves: Nick Mauss ‘Intricate Others’

For his first solo exhibition in Portugal, Nick Mauss (New York, 1980) has produced new work in response to an extended encounter with the Serralves Villa, a landmark Art Deco building. Installed within and against the unique architectural and decorative elements of...

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Deste Foundation: Kara Walker ‘Figa’

The site-specific exhibition by Kara Walker is conceived in a dialogic relationship with both the original elements of this unique exhibition space and with the landscape which surrounds it. The project will transport Figa, the left hand of the sphinx-like monument of...

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