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INDEX: the promise

The Promise is an exhibition and events series that explore the city as a political space. With more people than ever living and working in urban agglomerations and with a growing importance of commercial and political centers, the space of the city has become one of...

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Gulbenkian: Emily Wardill ‘Matt Black and Rat’

Produced in collaboration with the Bergen Kunsthall, the exhibition presents two new films, a new series of relief sculptures and an original set of rayograms. In these works, the artist Emily Wardill (1977, UK), who has lived and worked in Lisbon since 2014, explores...

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Jumex: Andy Warhol ‘Dark Star’

Museo Jumex will present the exhibition Andy Warhol. Dark Star. This survey provides an insight of the conceptual and technical shifts that marked Warhol’s art practice: from his paintings of consumer products, to the silk-screen series portraying movie stars,...

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Cue Art Foundation: Wendy Red Star: ‘Where They Make The Noise’

The exhibition includes photographs, videos, and cultural artifacts that capture the Apsáalooke (Crow) Nation’s annual Crow Fair, held since 1904. Red Star examines the shift away from colonial modes of forced assimilation, documenting a government-sponsored county...

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TBA 21 : Tidalectics

TBA21–Academy is an itinerant site of cultural production and interdisciplinary research initiated by Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary. Conceived by Markus Reymann in 2011 with the aim to deepen our understanding of and relationship to the oceans, TBA21–Academy is...

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Astrup Fearnley: Chinese Summer

The name of the exhibition Chinese Summer is a metaphor for a nation and art scene that have seen explosive growth over the last two decades. China is now one of the most important industrial and economic forces on the planet and this has been matched by overwhelming...

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Fundacíon Mapfré: Duane Michals

The foundation is presenting the most complete retrospective exhibit up to this day dedicated to the American photographer Duane Michals (McKeesport, Pennsylvania, 1932). There are few artists in the history of photography who have managed to have their work and their...

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Ekebergparken: Elmgreen & Dragset ‘Dilemma’

The Berlin-based artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset has created the site-specific sculpture Dilemma which depicts a six-year-old boy standing at the edge of a classic diving board. Situated on top of a hill with the boy and diving board facing the Oslofjord, their...

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Foundation Beyeler: Wolfgang Tillmans

This year's big summer exhibition is devoted to the artist Wolfgang Tillmans (1968). It is the first comprehensive engagement with the medium of photography at the Fondation Beyeler, which some time ago added a wonderful group of works by Tillmans to its collection....

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Rennie Museum: Ian Wallace ‘Collected Works’

This solo exhibition is featuring rarely and never-before seen historic works of renowned Vancouver artist Ian Wallace. Highlighting Wallace’s perennial exploration of social issues, the works presented will also examine the crux of his artistic process: the...

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Luma Arles: Annie Leibovitz ‘The Early Years: 1970-1983’

Over the past six years, the LUMA Foundation has nurtured a series of ongoing collaborations with several artists, resulting in a Living Archive Program that integrates diverse forms of art, including photography, design, literature, film, and dance. The next step of...

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Marciano Art Foundation: ‘Unpacking’

  The inaugural exhibition of The Maurice and Paul Marciano Art Foundation draws from the Foundation’s collection of over 1,500 artworks, bringing together an international, multigenerational roster of artists who are among contemporary art’s leading creative and...

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Brandhorst: Kerstin Brätsch ‘Innovation’

This is the first survey exhibition of the Hamburg-born and New York-based painter Kerstin Brätsch. In her work, the influences of the digital age are coupled, in a unique manner, with a reflection on art-historical traditions. Her complex and consistent work...

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Phillips Collection: Marcus Lüpertz

This is the first comprehensive survey in the US of the monumental works of Markus Lüpertz (b. 1941), the acclaimed German artist who helped chronicle and shape the postwar image of his country. Comprised of nearly 50 selections, the exhibition traces Lüpertz’s career...

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Fundacío Suñol: ACT 37: Marc Larré

  The word-game that names this exhibition can be seen as a starting point to situate Marc Larré (Barcelona, 1978) and his artistic investigations. His work puts disciplinary logics upside-down: photography refers to sculpture and sculpture takes the typical qualities...

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Garage: Congo Art Works : Popular Painting

Popular Painting is a survey of Congolese art over the last fifty years, developed by the Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA), Tervuren in collaboration with BOZAR, Brussels. Six years after showing Carsten Holler and Jean Pigozzi’s acclaimed overview of art from...

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