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Tutsek Foundation: “Viewing the Other”

Works in Glass: Tony Cragg, Mona Hatoum, Ki-Ra Kim, Raimund Kummer, Alejandra Seeber, Kiki Smith, Pae White In the context of a series of thematic exhibitions the Alexander Tutsek Foundation presents contemporary glass sculptures by international artists. The title of...

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Graham Foundation: Brendan Fernandes’The Master and Form’

This new installation and performance series by artist Brendan Fernandes explores themes of mastery and discipline within the culture of ballet through the use of designed objects that enable dancers to perfect and extend iconic positions. The culmination of...

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Fondation d’Entreprise Ricard: Julien Creuzet

This double solo show of Julien Creuzet (b. 1986, Le Blanc-Mesnil, France) comments on and finds shapes for stories of displacement, exile, acculturation and reappropriation of identities. His works combine everyday elements and wooden forms with poetry, songs and...

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Fondation Beyeler: George Baselitz

Georg Baselitz (b. 1938) is one of the foremost artists of our time. To mark his eightieth birthday, the Fondation Beyeler will be showing an extensive selection of his work as a painter, sculptor and printmaker. The exhibition, organized in close cooperation with the...

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Faurschou Art Resources: Yoko Ono “ONOCHORD” (lighthouse)

Let’s send light to each other and let’s send love!" –Yoko Ono, 2011. Faurschou Art Resources and KaviarFactory present Yoko Ono: ONOCHORD (lighthouse) at Henningsvær Lighthouse, a new installation by the artist in the archipelago of Lofoten, Norway. A livestream from...

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Magasin III in Jaffa: Haim Steinbach ‘Zerubbabel’

Magasin III Museum & Foundation for Contemporary Art in Stockholm is pleased to announce the opening of a satellite space in Jaffa, greater Tel Aviv, with a solo exhibition by Israeli-born American artist Haim Steinbach. The exhibition zerubbabel is Steinbach’s...

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Voorlinden Museum: Martin Puryear

This solo exhibition of work by the American sculptor Martin Puryear (1941) is the first museum show of this artist in Europe, with a large overview of his work from the past decades. Martin Puryear (1941) is a sculptor pur sang. The artist spends months, even years,...

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Astrup Fearnley: Cindy Sherman

  The American artist Cindy Sherman (b.1954) is one of the most important American “Appropriation” artists that revolutionized the international contemporary art in the end of the 70ties. These artists borrowed ideas, processes, images or pre-existing objects by...

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Transformer Station: Dana Schutz ‘Eating Atom Bombs’

This new series of paintings by Schutz, created mostly in the past year,  reflect the turbulent political atmosphere experienced in the United States in the wake of the 2016 election. Though our society may seem more divided than ever, the exhibition suggests that...

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Brands Foundation: Eugène Brands “Between Studio and Universe”

The CoBrA Museum shows the first major retrospective of Eugène Brands with over a hundred works on display. The exposition is a journey through the various periods of Brands' oeuvre. Starting in his living room and studio at the beginning of his artistic career and...

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Kiesler Collection: Richard Jochum “Endless Bodies of Work”

  Richard Jochum (photograph) is a conceptual artist working in a broad variety of media with a strong focus on video, interactive installation, performance, and photography. He is a studio member at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts and an associate...

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