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Serralves Foundation : “Besides, History”

  This exhibition proposes a three-party conversation: It involves Go Hasegawa & Associates, based in Tokyo; OFFICE Kersten Geers and David Van Severen based in Brussels; and the history of architecture. This conversation is at the core of one of the most interesting...

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500 Capp Street: Tony Matelli ” I hope all is well…”

Tony Matelli’s first solo exhibition in San Francisco presents a series of highly produced, representational artworks using materials such as bronze, marble, and silicone. The end result is anything but traditional sculpture. Matelli’s artworks are lifelike,...

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Gulbenkian foundation : Praneet Soi “Terceira fábrica”

  Praneet Soi has been working in the ceramic centre of Caldas da Rainha, making tiles which will act as a screen for his collage-like films. A medieval ceramic tile from Kashmir is replicated at the factory and this process serves as a point of departure in the video...

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François Schneider Foundation : “The Cloud Atlas”

The International Cloud Atlas, published in 1896, was compiled thanks to the research and classification work conducted by researchers like Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, Luke Howard and Ralph Abercrombie. It was the first publication to set out a nomenclature for clouds,...

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Lafayette Anticipations:  ‘Le centre ne peut tenir”

The new Parisian art foundation, Lafayette Anticipations, presents Le centre ne peut tenir, its first group exhibition in its building renovated by OMA/Rem Koolhaas, located at the heart of the Marais. Drawing its title from W.B. Yeats’ landmark poem The Second...

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Städel Museum / Garden: Manuel Franke “Colormaster”

A gesture, as simple and light as it is massive and heavy: almost 50 metres of strongly coloured and sharply rising corrugated sheeting extending between the Städel Museum and the Städel School. An orange and pink hybrid between industrial facade and museum, between...

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Städel Museum: Frank Auerbach and Lucian Freud

For Lucian Freud and Frank Auerbach, art is a process of gaining deep insight into their subject. Their portraits are celebrated as some of the most unflinching and innovative in contemporary art. Marking the accession of important acquisitions, the Städel’s...

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Deste Foundation: David Shrigley “Laughterhouse”

Laughterhouse is a presentation in the Slaughterhouse of a documentary film about goats whose cries sound like those of human beings. It is amusing to behold goats making these sounds and it is intended to be a funny film. However; slaughterhouses are not funny...

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The George Economou Foundation: Jenny Saville

Jenny Saville is one of the most interesting, complex, ambitious and instinctive figurative painters working anywhere in the world today. Since her graduation from Glasgow School of Art in 1992, when she erupted into public consciousness with her degree show featuring...

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