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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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Hepworth Wakefield: Alina Szapocznikow “Human Landscape”

This first major UK retrospective of Polish artist Alina Szapocznikow (1926-1973), one of the most important, yet for many years, overlooked artists of the 20th century, will bring together works spanning Szapocznikow’s career, including a selection of her drawings,...

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Isabella Stewart Gardner: “Henry James and American Painting”

The novels of Henry James paint a vivid tableau of American expatriate social and artistic life at the turn of the last century. This exhibition, the first to explore in depth the intersection between James’s friendships with American artists and his writing, brings...

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Fondation Beyeler: “Collection / Coorporations”

The third and final exhibition of our collection, marking the 20th anniversary of the Fondation Beyeler, dares to take a look into the future. It celebrates the museum’s cooperation with private collections, as well as with artists and their estates. Cooperations...

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Berardo Museu: Sharon Lockhart “My Little Loves”

Born in Norwood, USA, in 1964, Sharon Lockhart has immersed herself for over 20 years in the daily lives of her subjects to make films, photographs, and installations that capture their uniquely human qualities through studied, choreographed compositions. The...

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Han Nefkens Foundation: Dinh Q. “Lê The Colony”

In the video installation The Colony, the Vietnamese American artist Dinh Q. Lê (Hà Tiên, 1968) shows us the Chincha Islands off the coast of Peru from various perspectives. Whereas Lê’s previous work focuses primarily on the Vietnam War, The Colony encompasses a...

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Dia Foundation: Rita McBride “Particulates”

This new commission by Rita McBride, titled Particulates (2017), is inspired by time travel, the principles of light and space, and quantum physics. The materials of McBride’s Particulates include water molecules, surfactant compounds, and the beams of high-intensity...

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Jumex: Pablo Helguera & Yevgeniy Fiks “Bronstein Opticians”

Óptica Bronstein (Bronstein Opticians) will be presented at the Museo Casa León Trotsky, as part of Pablo Helguera’s anthological time-based exhibition Dramatis Personæ. ÓpticaBronstein, takes the form of an optometrist’s office where visitors can undergo a series of...

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Maison Rouge: Marin Karmitz “Étranger Résident”

La maison rouge continues its cycle of exhibitions showing private collections. After Artur Walther in 2015 and Bruno Decharme in 2014, Marin Karmitz unveils a significant part of his collection, with close to 400 works that question how we are in the world. Patiently...

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Collezione Maramotti: Luisa Rabbia “Love”

Luisa Rabbia’s exhibition, Love, features a corpus of ten artworks realized between 2009 and 2017, all acquired by the Collezione Maramotti, which has been following the artist’s research for several years. Love includes works on paper and on canvas – representing a...

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Collezione Maramotti: Emma Hart “Mamma Mia”

Emma Hart, winner of the sixth edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, presents her new large artwork Mamma Mia! at Collezione Maramotti, where it will enter its permanent collection, after being shown at Whitechapel Gallery, London (12 July – 3 September 2017)....

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Andy Warhol Museum: Farhad Moshiri “Go West”

Encompassing several bodies of work created over decades, Farhad Moshiri: Go West explores the artist’s varied subject matter, deft use of language, and wide-ranging materials and methods. Moshiri addresses contemporary Iran’s traditions and historic isolationism, and...

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Calvert 22: Dmitri Prigov “Theatre of Revolutionary Action”

The first posthumous solo exhibition of Dmitri Prigov(1940–2007) in the UK exploring the mystical world of the genre-defying poet, artist, performer and leader of Moscow Conceptualism. Prigov was one of the leading figures of Moscow Conceptualism and is known for his...

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