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Wanås at the Nirox Foundation: “Not a Single Story”

Hosted at the NIROX Sculpture Park in the Cradle of Humankind, this winter exhibition is a collaboration between the NIROX Foundation, South Africa and Wanås Konst, The Wanås Foundation, Sweden. The exhibition is an exchange between sculpture parks on two continents...

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Glenstone Museum: Louise Bourgeois “To Unravel a Torment”

 The exhibition will feature five decades of the trailblazing work of the French-born American artist, whose formal innovation and fearless explorations of sexuality and her own personal history make her an icon of late-20th-century art. Nearly 30 works by Bourgeois...

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Marabou Parken: Anna Ådahl “Default Characters”

Over the past decade the notion and politics of crowds has been central in Anna Ådahl’s artistic practice. In numerous works she has been observing and examining the relationship between the individual and the mass as well as the language of the body in relation to...

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Salomon R. Guggenheim Museum: ‘One Hand Clapping’

The artists in this exhibition explore the ways in which globalization affects our understanding of the future. Their commissioned works represent a range of traditional and new mediums, from oil on canvas to virtual-reality software. In her paintings and sculptures,...

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Fondazione Memmo: Kerstin Brätsch “Ruine” & KOVO / KAYA

an exposition of the German artist Kerstin Brätsch, and _KOVO, the exhibition of the collective KAYA (Kerstin Brätsch and Debo Eilers), As suggested by the split title, the exhibition consists of two distinct parts: the Casa and the Stalla. In the Casa, the main...

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Magazzino Italian Art: Alessandro Piangiamore “Marango”

This first solo exhibition in the United States  of the Sicilian artist Alessandro Piangiamore, curated by Vittorio Calabrese, will feature 14 pieces from the series Ieri Ikebana, La cera di Roma, Belvedere, and Primavera Piangiamore, as well as a new site-specific...

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Getty 360: “Pathways to Paradise: Medieval India and Europe”

The pages of medieval manuscripts reveal a dynamically interconnected world filled with real and imagined ideas about foreign peoples and places. Buddhists, Muslims, and Christians living across Europe and Asia conceived paradise as a place of perfect harmony, but the...

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Beyeler Foundation: “Giacometti versus Bacon”

Bacon and Giacometti both take the human figure as their main point of artistic reference. Both occupy themselves with the fragmented and deformed body. Moreover, they devote themselves to portraiture and the depiction of human individuality in an almost obsessive...

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Ballroom Marfa: Haroon Mizra “Stone Circle’

Inspired by ancient megaliths, this large-scale outdoor sculpture will be open to the public in the high desert grasslands east of Marfa, Texas. This project is a continuation of Ballroom’s signature practice of commissioning site-specific artworks and installations,...

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