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Bonniers Konsthalle: Jens Fänge ‘Drömmarna (The Dreams)’

Bonniers Konsthall has open the 2018 spring season with the most comprehensive solo exhibition of artist Jens Fänge to date. Fänge works with painting and assemblage and has occupied a central position in the Swedish art scene for quite some time. Recently his work...

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Arp Museum ‘What is Unfolding’

What’s Unfolding examines the development and preliminary phases of an exhibition. The title poses the question as to what has come before, what is undefined, what has perhaps been left behind, exploring the initial stages and the winding paths that result in a...

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Kadist: “This is Utopia, to Some”

This exhibition, conceived in collaboration with curator Elise Atangana, rearticulates visual narratives revealing a multiplicity of subjectivities and hybrid identities that coexist and interact. The distinction between what is legitimated by the museum display and “...

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Museum De Pont: Rineke Dijkstra

Rineke Dijkstra (Sittard 1959) acquired international fame in the 1990s with her Beach portraits. With this moving series of pictures established her reputation as a maker of portraits that the identity, vulnerability and dignity of the people portrayed in her own...

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Fy Foundation: “Situations: Apostolos Georgiou”

This exhibition marks the artist’s premiere in China, a moderate scale retrospective of his 40 years of artistic practice. Over the past four decades, Apostolos Georgiou lived in reclusion to focus on painting and drawing, his works are inspired by everyday...

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Linda Pace Foundation: “Reclaimed”

This presentation of 25 monochromatic works by some of the most influential contemporary female artists working today, all drawn from the Foundation’s diverse collection, include the work of  Laura Aguilar, Dorothy Cross, Judy Dater, Annette Messager, Lorraine...

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Villa Empain (Fondation Boghossian): “Melancholia”

Present since antiquity in the East and West and named black bile, acedia or spleen according to the epoch; melancholy incessantly returns man to a lost origin and to the regret of a past world, which would take a painful charm. This temperament, which has...

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Wellcome Collection: “Somewhere in Between”

In this exhibition four collaborations between artists and scientists give shape to intangible ideas. Martina Amati, Daria Martin, Maria McKinney and John Walter each collaborated with scientists to explore ideas that are vital to human life - ideas about our food...

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Sharjah Foundation: Mona Saudi

This survey will include Mona Saudi's works from the mid-1960s till today, encompassing a large selection of the stone sculptures for which she is best known as well as paintings, drawings and other works on paper inspired by the works of the poets Mahmoud Darwish and...

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Musée Maillol: Foujita “Painting in the Roaring Twenties”

This exhibition devoted to the Japanese artist, Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita, who acquired French nationality, comprises more than a hundred major works, originating from public and private collections, show the exceptional nature of Foujita’s period in...

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MMAG Foundation: “Acts of Translation”

Acts of Translation is a group exhibition tracing lines of resistance that disassemble and disarm language. Creating a dialogue between works from the Abu Ghazaleh Collection and seven invited artists, the exhibition uses translation as a metaphor for the processes...

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