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Museo Picasso Malaga : “Warhol. Mechanical art”

Warhol. Mechanical Art  provides a complete and polyhedral journey that enables visitors to follow the creative development of this exceptional artist from his beginnings as a budding commercial graphic designer in New York City in the 1950s, to his death in 1987, by...

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Museum Morsbroich ‘Sigmar Polke – Photographs 70-80’

Unseen documents of “being present” / alchemically tinged “lens flirts”: the exhibition Sigmar Polke. Photographs 70-80 presents an extensive ensemble of as yet unpublished photographs. The more than 500 photographs which Sigmar Polke took in the 1970s reveal him to...

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Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden: Markus Lüpertz ‘Plasters’

Not only is Markus Lüpertz one of the most famous contem­porary German painters, but also an impor­tant sculptor. Ever since the 80’s he has been devel­oping his sculptural work parallel to his paintings. His plaster and bronze sculptures are executed according to...

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Esker Foundation: ‘1597; Harmonious Frequencies’

‘1597; Harmonious Frequencies’ is a performance-based installation to be implemented in the Project Space over the course of twelve weeks. Working within a clean and minimal space, the artist will create an 8-foot diameter representation of the Fibonacci Sequence,...

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Fondazione Prada, Venice: “MACHINES À PENSER”

  This exhibition explores the correlation between conditions of exile, escape and retreat and physical or mental places which favor reflection, thought and intellectual production. “Machines à penser” focuses on three major philosophers of the 20th century: Theodor...

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Fondation Carmignac: “SEA OF DESIRE”

The phrase SEA OF DESIRE, written in sprawling letters on a large-scale painting by Ed Ruscha, greets the visitors at the end of their journey through the Porquerolles forest. ‘Words have temperature’, states the artist, ‘When they reach a certain point and become...

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Migros Museum : Teresa Burga “Aleatory Structures”

Since the 1960s, the Peruvian artist Teresa Burga (b. Iquitos, Peru, 1935) has created works that constitute a fine-grained record of the social realities of her time. Her extensive oeuvre encompasses Pop Art-style paintings and environments as well as conceptual...

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Calvert 22: “Family Values: Polish Photography Now”

Family Values: Polish Photography Now is a unique season of photography and events examining Polish visual culture from the second part of the 20th century and the current creative landscape of a nation with deep historical and emotional links to the UK. At the centre...

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Cue Art Foundation: ‘Home’ by the Cue Teen Collective

The CUE Teen Collective is a free, after school program designed for NYC high school students interested in art careers. Participants met from October through May to investigate the contemporary art world and develop professional skills, culminating in this group...

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TBA-21: Armin Linke ‘Prospecting Ocean’

TBA21–Academy is proud to present its first major research commission, conceived and realized over three years by the artist and fellow of The Current Armin Linke. The investigative exhibition Prospecting Ocean, which was developed in collaboration with the Istituto...

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Dia (Beacon) Foundation: Mary Corse | Dorothea Rockburne

A pioneer of light-based art, Mary Corse is one of the few women associated with the Light and Space movement that originated in Southern California in the 1960s. Throughout her career Corse has experimented with different ways to physically imbue her paintings with...

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Serlachius museums: Koen Vanmechelen “It’s About Time”

Koen Vanmechelen is an internationally acclaimed conceptual artist, whose practice ranges across all media from paintings, sculpture and video to large bio-installations, social events and public engagement projects. The extensive exhibition It’s About Time presents...

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Villa Datris: “Tissage, tressage quand la sculpture défile”

For his 8th show in 2018, the Foundation Villa Datris chose to explore different modes of expression of contemporary sculpture through textile art, weaving and braiding. This topic has its roots in traditional practices and naturally evokes the gestures on the loom,...

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Museum Brandhorst: Jutta Koether “Tour de Madame”

It would be hard to find another artist who has shaped our current understanding of painting and the post-1980s cultural landscape as significantly as Jutta Koether (born 1958). Tour de Madame is the first in-depth survey show dedicated to her work, and will present...

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Wellcome Collection: ‘Teeth’

  From folk remedies and tooth fairies to barber-surgeons and professional dentists, Teeth tells the tale of our pursuit of a pain-free mouth and the perfect smile. Explore over 150 objects including ancient protective amulets and dental bling, dentures and...

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Fondazione MAST : William Eugene Smith

The MAST Foundation presents for the first time in Italy an exhibition entirely dedicated to American photographer W: Eugene Smith and to the monumental body of work he realised from 1955 onwards in Pittsburgh, the most powerful industrial city in the world at the...

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