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Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo: Sanya Kantaro “Letdown”

This solo exhibition of Sanya Kantarovsky will include existing and new works produced specifically for the occasion. Kantarovsky, who was born in Moscow in 1982 and emigrated to the United States as child, has often used his work to measure his experience living...

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Pinacoteca Agnelli: Tony Oursler vs Gustavo Rol “PARANORMAL”

 The exhibition is an ideal collection that includes works by the American artist and a selection of objects belonging to his large collection revolving around the occult, alongside the works in the city collections by the painter and psychic Gustavo Rol, active in...

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Museum Barberini :”Behind the Mask: Artists in the GDR”

For its first exhibition built around its core collection of East German art, the Museum Barberini looks at how artists present themselves. The show illustrates the diversity of ways in which artists managed to assert themselves in a state that allocated political and...

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MAAT : Grada Kilomba “Secrets to Tell”

Showing her work in Portugal for the first time, Grada Kilomba presents Secrets to Tell, the first exhibition featured in the Project Room programme. Inspired by the video installation The Desire Project—an artwork especially created for the 32nd São Paulo Biennale...

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Serlachius Museums: Jiri Geller ‘Fuck the World!’

Sculptor Jiri Geller finds his subjects in popular culture and combines them with new themes. His works can be characterised as punk objects with their everlasting beauty. Jiri Geller is interested in well-known, recognisable and visually tested images and symbols....

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Dia Art Foundation: François Morellet

This prolific French painter, sculptor, installation artist François Morellet (1926-2016) was one of the founding members of the Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel, an artist’s collaborative that emerged in France in the early 1960s. While Morellet’s systematic art was...

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Fondazione Pastificio Cerere: Patrick Hamilton “Ultramar Sur”

, The whole project is an investigation to reveal forgotten stories of the past. In fact, the title of the exhibition, Ultramar Sur, coincides with the name of the last secret operation of the Third Reich, the Nazi hierarchy more than 50 submarine escape to Latin...

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Museo Jumex: Philippe Parreno “The Yeasts and The Host”

Museo Jumex presents La levadura y el anfitrión (The Yeasts and The Host) the first exhibition in Mexico by French artist Philippe Parreno. For this exhibition, the artist presents an expanded proposal over two floors. Combinations of new, existing and re-edited works...

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DHC/ART Bill Viola “Naissance à Rebours”

Bill Viola is recognized as a pioneer in video art, with a career spanning over forty years. His work across single channel video, video installation, sound environments, electronic music performances, and broadcast television deeply examines the universal themes of...

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Fondazione Prada: Leon Golub (Chicago Art Scene)

Fondazione Prada presents this research and information program on the Chicago art scene developed in the aftermath of World War II. The Fondazione thus further expands its strategy of reinterpretation of those moments in contemporary art history that, although not...

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Fondation LUMA Arles: Jean Prouvé “Architect for Better Days”

As part of its guest program, the LUMA Foundation, together with Paris-based Galerie Patrick Seguin, is pleased to announce JEAN PROUVÉ: Architect for Better Days, a major survey exhibition devoted to the innovative twentieth-century French designer of furniture and...

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REMAI Modern: FIELD GUIDE: the inaugural exhibition

This exhibition, which animates the entire museum with a spirit of active engagement, curiosity and disruption, presents a series of singular positions and coherent groupings of works, Field Guide introduces the museum’s program philosophy and direction. Works from...

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Fondation Cartier: Malick Sidibé “Mali Twist”

In 1995, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presented the first solo exhibition of the Malian photographer Malick Sidibé outside of the African continent. One year after the artist’s death on April 14, 2016, the Fondation Cartier pays tribute to him...

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