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Delfina Foundation: “The Public Domain: Gender, Power and Place”

Delfina Foundation announces the third edition of its thematic programme, The Public Domain. One of the four themes that define Delfina Foundation’s integrated residency and public programme, The Public Domain was first initiated in 2014 and explores notions of the...

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Goss-Michael Foundation: Jwan Yosef “Come September”

The Goss-Michael Foundation exhibition will present a newly curated selection of Jwan Yosef’s work that focuses on material and our relationship to them. Working with holy mediums such as oil paint and unholy material such as acrylic glass, the combination becomes a...

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The Mosaic Rooms: Behjat Sadr “Dusted Waters”

The Mosaic Rooms opens the first UK exhibition dedicated to Behjat Sadr (1924-2009), now regarded as one of Iran’s most influential and radical visual artists. The exhibition will bring together a selection of major works by the artist never seen before in the UK....

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Martin Parr Foundation: Paul Trevor “IN YOUR FACE”

In Your Face is a series of spontaneous close-ups made unobserved on the streets of London between 1977 and 1992. The work contrasts the Brick Lane street market with London’s money market, the City, a mile away. “The idea was to say something about the two places...

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Graham Foundation: Martine Syms “Incense Sweaters & Ice”

The Graham Foundation is pleased to present an immersive installation by Los Angeles-based artist, and self-described “conceptual entrepreneur,” Martine Syms.  At the center of the exhibition is Syms’ first feature length film Incense Sweaters & Ice. Through the daily...

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Noguchi Museum: Jorge Palacios

Nine sculptures by Jorge Palacios (b. Spain, 1979) explore the laws of physics and motion on microscopic and macroscopic levels. Integrated into the Museum’s permanent installation, Palacios’s works bring renewed attention to Noguchi’s frequent experiments with the...

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Städel Museum: Victor Vasarely “In the Labyrinth of Modernism”

The retrospective presents the founder of the op art of the 1960s with more than 100 works. Victor Vasarely’s (1906–1997) oeuvre, however, spans more than 60 years and makes use of the most diverse styles and influences: key works of all phases of his production trace...

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Magazzino Italian Art: “Young Italians”

Curated by Ilaria Bernardi and organized with Magazzino Italian Art as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Young Italians exhibition held in 1968 at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston and the Jewish Museum in New York, dedicated to young Italian artists...

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Langen Foundation: “How To See [What Isn`t There]”

A Group Show of Works From the Burger Collection Hong Kong will explore the dichotomy between presence and absence, bringing together works by 32 artists from around the world. The multidiciplinary exhibition will feature 46 works from the contemporary art collection,...

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Walfrieden Skulpturenpark: Bogomir Ecker, sculptures

Bogomir Ecker (born 1950) is known for his sculptural interventions in urban space, for his space-filling installations and his enigmatic objects. Ecker's sculptures have the appearance of technoid objects that can be interpreted as instruments for perceiving the...

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Esker Foundation: Tammi Campbell, Agnes Martin & Sarah Stevenson

Tammi Campbell:" Dear Agnes"‘Dear Agnes’ is a series of visual letters that serve as Tammi Campbell’s wordless communion with Saskatchewan-born modernist artist Agnes Martin. Beginning in 2010, Campbell would start each day in her Saskatoon studio by drawing a...

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Timken Museum: Rococo Rivals and Revivals

Composed of 12 objects, paintings, drawings and prints, featuring regional, national and international loans, this exhibition will be presenting, for the first time in Southern California, a global vision on the different personalities and schools of Rococo. If this...

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Fundación MAPFRE: Humberto Rivas

This retrospective offers the most complete reassessment of his work to date. It will aim to highlight the figure of this key artist for Spanish photography and his significant contribution to the modernisation of its language. The selection of works on display,...

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Fondazione Prada: Theaster Gates “The Black Image Corporation”

Fondazione Prada presents “The Black Image Corporation”, an exhibition conceived by Theaster Gates, from 20 September 2018 to 14 January 2019 at the Osservatorio venue in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan. The project explores the fundamental legacy of Johnson...

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