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Faurschou Art Resources: Yoko Ono “ONOCHORD” (lighthouse)

Let’s send light to each other and let’s send love!" –Yoko Ono, 2011. Faurschou Art Resources and KaviarFactory present Yoko Ono: ONOCHORD (lighthouse) at Henningsvær Lighthouse, a new installation by the artist in the archipelago of Lofoten, Norway. A livestream from...

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Magasin III in Jaffa: Haim Steinbach ‘Zerubbabel’

Magasin III Museum & Foundation for Contemporary Art in Stockholm is pleased to announce the opening of a satellite space in Jaffa, greater Tel Aviv, with a solo exhibition by Israeli-born American artist Haim Steinbach. The exhibition zerubbabel is Steinbach’s first...

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Voorlinden Museum: Martin Puryear

This solo exhibition of work by the American sculptor Martin Puryear (1941) is the first museum show of this artist in Europe, with a large overview of his work from the past decades. Martin Puryear (1941) is a sculptor pur sang. The artist spends months, even years,...

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Astrup Fearnley: Cindy Sherman

  The American artist Cindy Sherman (b.1954) is one of the most important American “Appropriation” artists that revolutionized the international contemporary art in the end of the 70ties. These artists borrowed ideas, processes, images or pre-existing objects by...

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Transformer Station: Dana Schutz ‘Eating Atom Bombs’

This new series of paintings by Schutz, created mostly in the past year,  reflect the turbulent political atmosphere experienced in the United States in the wake of the 2016 election. Though our society may seem more divided than ever, the exhibition suggests that...

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Brands Foundation: Eugène Brands “Between Studio and Universe”

The CoBrA Museum shows the first major retrospective of Eugène Brands with over a hundred works on display. The exposition is a journey through the various periods of Brands' oeuvre. Starting in his living room and studio at the beginning of his artistic career and...

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Kiesler Collection: Richard Jochum “Endless Bodies of Work”

  Richard Jochum (photograph) is a conceptual artist working in a broad variety of media with a strong focus on video, interactive installation, performance, and photography. He is a studio member at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts and an associate professor of...

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Parasol Unit Foundation: Lisa Milroy ‘Here & There’

This major solo exhibition brings together a selection of Milroy’s paintings from the past fifteen years, exploring her approaches to still life through making, looking, touch and transformation. The term ‘still life’ signals the fundamental experience of painting for...

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Linda Pace Foundation: INCITE

Themes of whimsy and ephemerality connect the selected artworks on exhibit in INCITE. At first glance, they give an impression of light-hearted simplicity, as brightly colored depictions of confetti balls, pom poms and piñatas attract viewers and provoke a feeling of...

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Cue Art Foundation: Robert Davis 1976

  This solo exhibition by Robert Davis, curated by Rashid Johnson, features a series of graphite-on-paper drawings and hand-carved wood sculptures. Collectively, these works form a portrait of the people and artifacts that shaped the world in which the artist grew up,...

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FHEL: ‘Libres Figurations – années ’80’

The late 1970s and early 1980s, an artistic movement is spreading around the world under different names: 'Figuration Libre' in France (Rémi Blanchard, François Boisrond, Robert Combas, Hervé Di Rosa, Catherine Viollet...); Graffiti in the United States (Jean-Michel...

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Noguchi Museum (NY): Self-Interned, 1942

Curated by Noguchi Museum Senior Curator Dakin Hart, Self-Interned, 1942 brings together about two dozen works from the Museum’s collection, dating from before, during, and after Noguchi’s time at Poston, along with a substantial selection of archival documents....

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Guggenheim NY: ‘Josef Albers in Mexico’

  Josef Albers in Mexico brings together photographs and photo collages taken during the artist’s travels to archeological sites and monuments in Latin America. During their first visit to Mexico, in the winter of 1935–36, Josef and Anni Albers knew that they were in...

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Eugenie BRANDS interview

In the accompanying film, you will learn how Brands stood at the cradle of the CoBra movement (1948-1951), but the real world of this painter, who was as much a philosopher, ethicist and ethnographer, was first and foremost, the cosmos. Today, 15 January 2015, is the...

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