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Fondation Indigo: Kees Stoop ‘The Later Years’

Kees Stoop (1929, Werkendam, the Netherlands) was trained at the Royal Academy of fine arts in Antwerp. He lives and works in the east of Holland since the early 1960's. Despite the fact that Kees Stoop as a visual artist works in relative isolation and hardly...

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Wanås Konst: Jennifer Forsberg ‘Land Tax’

  In 2017, Wanås Konst is expanding in time and space. Jennifer Forsberg, who works in Österlen in Skåne, is the first artist to extend Wanås Konst’s indoor season. Clay is a material with great scope and a sort of language, argues ceramist Mårten Medbo in his...

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Voorlinden: Shio Kusaka & Jonas Wood

 This is their first two-person exhibition in Europe for the artist couple Shio Kusaka (b. 1972) and Jonas Wood (b. 1977). Wood, an American painter from Boston, and Kusaka, a ceramic artist from Japan, live and work in Los Angeles. Voorlinden would like to introduce...

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Raven Row: Gianfranco Baruchello ‘Incidents of Lesser Account’

Although Gianfranco Baruchello (born 1924, Livorno, Italy) has been exhibiting internationally for over 50 years, this is the first show in the UK to survey his work. A polymath and self-taught artist, Baruchello was in dialogue with experimental writers (for instance...

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Garage: Takashi Murakami ‘Under the Radiation Falls’

This exhibition is the first major survey of Takashi Murakami's work in Russia and will span several periods of the artist’s career from the mid-1990s to now. Presenting his work in the broader context of Japanese culture for the first time, the exhibition pays homage...

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Fondation François Schneider ‘Kunstart’

The Kunstart exhibition showcases the work of the eight award-winning artists of the kunstart competition, all students or graduates of the region’s art schools, representing three nationalities and embodying the creative vibrancy of the Rhineland. Jules Andrieu,...

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Fondazione Berengo: Robert Wilson in Glass

Following the success of its debut during The Venice Glass Week, this unique exhibition of glass artworks by the renowned stage director, designer and visual artist is held in the context of Glasstress 2017 For the first time in Italy, Wilson’s glass artworks arrive...

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Fundaçio Suñol: Fernando Vijande ‘Portrait 1971-1987’

The big bet of 2017 at the Fundació Suñol revolves around the figure of Fernando Vijande, an exhibition that will take up all the showrooms available, including the Nivell Zero. 51 artists will participate on this tour around Vijande’s career, an art dealer and an art...

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Sara Hildén Art Museum : Robert Longo

The black-and-white visual world of the American artist Robert Longo (b. 1953) challenges our conception of the Truth. It produces unexpected analogies between content and form. The main focus of the exhibition Robert Longo, presented by the Sara Hildén Art Museum, is...

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Guangdong Museum: Pan Yuliang ‘A Journey to Silence’

The social network of Pan Yuliang’s early career as a modernist artist and an art educator in the period of the Republic of China resonated with larger social-political movements at that time: from the cultural construct of “New Woman,” the New Culture Movement, to...

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DIA (BEACON) Walter de Maria ‘Truck Triology’

Begun in 2011 and completed posthumously, the Truck Trilogy consists of three classic Chevrolet pickup trucks, which have been stripped of all extraneous elements and details. Placed vertically in the trucks’ flatbeds are circular, square, and triangular...

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Frye Museum: Hana Hamplová: Meditations on Paper

In the 1970s, photographer Hana Hamplová (Czech, born 1951) was commissioned to create the cover for a samizdat (underground press) publication of Bohumil Hrabal’s novella, Too Loud a Solitude. The story, written in 1976 and set in Prague, follows an eccentric man...

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Zeitz MOCAA: Yinka Shonibare ‘ADDIO DEL PASSATO’

  Yinka Shonibare’s, MBE (RA), occupation of the Dusthouse, the third building that forms part of the Zeitz MOCAA campus, is an extraordinary acknowledgement of how the past and present engage to create meaning. Historically, the Dusthouse filtered the air of the...

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