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fondazione Carriero: Sol LeWitt: ‘Between the Lines’

One decade after the death of Sol LeWitt (Hartford, 1928–New York, 2007), 'Between the lines' aims to offer a new perspective on the American artist’s practice, exploring its confines—though always adhering to the underlying norms and principles of his ideas—and...

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500 Capp Street Foundation: Michael E. Smith

The 500 Capp Street Foundation is proud to present Michael E. Smith, opening November 18, 2017. Detroit-born Michael E. Smith is the first Visiting Artist, since opening to the public in 2016, that The 500 Capp Street Foundation has invited to fully engage with David...

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Fosun Foundation: A.R. Penck “Will Sign Become Reality?”

This important survey of work by the artist A.R. Penck is the first large-scale exhibition in the world after A.R. Penck passed away in May this year, and the artist’s first major exhibition in Asia. The exhibition is supported by Michael Werner Gallery, New York,...

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Museo Amparo: Paz Errázuriz

The immersion in the vast photographic work of Paz Errázuriz (Santiago, 1944) continuously appeals to the political and social context of Chile. Since the seventies, after the coup d'etat of Pinochet and the brutal establishment of the dictatorship, his eyes searched...

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Centraal Museum Utrecht: “The World of Pyke Koch”

The Utrecht painter Pyke (Pieter Frans Christiaan) Koch (1901-1991) is among the leading representatives of magic realism in the Netherlands. Koch’s paintings of formidable women captured the public’s imagination: with Mercedes of Barcelona (1930), Bertha of...

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Zeitz MOCAA: “Publishing Against the Grain”

Publishing Against the Grain is a unique exhibition that provides visitors with a rare opportunity to engage in a variety of conversations from across the globe, touching on issues that are often swept under the rug or kept out of the public eye. Due to the nature of...

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Pérez Art Museum Miami: Dara Friedman “Perfect Stranger”

Dara Friedman (b. 1968, Bad Kreuznach, Germany; lives in Miami) uses everyday sights and sounds as the raw material for film and video artworks that reverberate with emotional energy. Friedman engages tendencies in 20th century experimental cinema that call for a...

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Luma Westbau: “Theft is Vision”

The notion of Theft establishes a site of investigation. This exhibition examines the desire to appropriate – a fundamental theme in the production of art. Throughout art there are typologies that ensue from the appropriation of motifs or of other works of art. As...

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Wellcome: “Ayurvedic Man: Encounters with Indian medicine”

  Shedding light on Wellcome’s historical collections that relate to Ayurveda and Indian medicine and tracing how health narratives have been shaped by multiple cultural encounters. This exhibition takes its title and inspiration from the ‘Ayurvedic Man’ – an...

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Fundació Miró: “Sumer and the Modern Paradigm”

This exhibition, that explores the attraction and influence that the arts of Lower Mesopotamia exerted on some of the leading artists of the twentieth century, takes as its point of departure the important archaeological findings excavated from sites in what is...

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Frye Art Museum: Alison Marks “One Gray Hair”

In her first solo museum exhibition, One Gray Hair, Tlingit artist Alison Marks directly challenges the expectation that Native artists must perform exoticized markers of Native identity to be considered legitimate. Marks, whose practice spans a variety of mediums...

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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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