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ARTER: CANAN ‘Behind Mountain Qaf’

The exhibition brings together new works CANAN produced especially for this exhibition along with a number of earlier works, some of which are shown for the first time ever. Unfolding across Arter's three gallery floors, "Behind Mount Qaf" constitutes a comprehensive...

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Langen Foundation: ‘Fort Limbo’

This solo exhibition Limbo by the artist collective FORT, comprised of Jenny Kropp (b. 1978 in Frankfurt am Main) and Alberta Niemann (b. 1982 in Bremen), FORT creates installations, videos, and performances. In their works, which are usually site-specific, they...

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Red Brick Art Museum: Danwen Xing

Danwen Xing's first substantial solo show in China to date is showcasing photography, installation, and video pieces, as well as new productions exhibited for the first time. The title of the exhibition is the English translation of Un captif amoureux, the title of...

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Didrichsen Art Museum: Osmo Rauhala ‘Mirror Test’

Osmo Rauhala is one of the pioneers of the current international movement in Finnish contemporary art. In late 1980’s he moved to New York and made his Master Degree in art over there 1990. Since that he has had over 40 solo-exhibitions including 11 one- man museum...

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Thoma Foundation: Second Skin & Colour Games

Second Skin proposes that an artwork’s surface is an interface (to use a digital metaphor) or a membrane (to use a biological one) created to express a shared, social identity. Bringing together artworks in a range of media from 1970 through 2017, including costumes,...

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CUE: Nancy Floyd: ‘Weathering Time’

This exhibition features selections from Floyd’s archive of photographs exploring the genre of self-portraiture. Spanning thirty-five years, the ongoing series comprises thousands of images that form an intimate account of Floyd’s daily life, and tackle profound...

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D.R.A.F.: (X) A Fantasy

The exhibition, curated by Vincent Honoré and Sandra Pusterhofer, consists new commissions and works by historical and contemporary artists. With Dora Budor, Helen Chadwick, Keren Cytter, Jimmy DeSana, Theaster Gates, Harry Gruyaert, Celia Hempton, Melike Kara, Tala...

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Ekebergparken: Fujiko Nakaya ‘Fog Sculptures’

Fujiko Nakaya (born 1933) created her first public fog sculpture at the World Fair Expo '70 in Osaka. Since then Nakaya has exhibited her fog and cloud sculptures at major art venues all over the world, including the Guggenheim in Bilbao, San Francisco Exploratorium...

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Fondation d’entreprise Ricard: ‘Les Bons Sentiments’

  The exhibition Les Bons Sentiments offers a temporary cohabitation of the work of six artists nominated by Anne-Claire Schmitz for the 19th Fondation d’entreprise Ricard awards. Deborah Bowmann, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Lola Gonzàlez, Thomas Jeppe, Caroline Mesquita...

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Fundaçion Proa: Julian Rosefeldt ‘Manifesto’

The German artist Julian Rosefeldt (1965, Munich) is internationally recognized for his meticulously choreographed films. Inspired by Art History, film and popular culture, Rosefeldt creates stunning multi-screen installations in which the characters fight in the...

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Faurschou Bejing: VIRTUAL REALITY ART

Faurschou Foundation is pleased to present some of the highest quality Virtual Reality artworks currently available in the world. The exhibition consists of 5 consecutive “sub-exhibitions” for each participating artist: Christian Lemmerz, Erik Parker, Paul McCarthy,...

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Fondation d’Entreprise Richard: Vincent Lamouroux

The Fondation gave carte blanche to artist Vincent Lamouroux, winner of the 2006 Ricard Prize*, to take over the Panorama tower of the Friche la Belle de Mai in Marseille A place hidden at the far edge of the desert, at the confines of two states. A long, dusty track...

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Ballroom Marfa: Rafa Esparza ‘Tierra.Sangre.Oro’

This exhibition is envisioned by artist Rafa Esparza, whose adobe architecture provides the ground for collaborations and contributions from the artists he has invited to join him in Marfa. New and existing work will be presented amidst structural additions to...

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MALBA: Mirtha Dermisache ‘Because I write!’

This first monographic exhibition ever held in a museum of the Argentine artist Mirtha Dermisache (Buenos Aires, 1940–2012) includes more than 140 pieces, produced since 1967 and a wide range of documents from Mirtha Dermisache’s Archive, an entity that has been...

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Faurschou: recent aquisitions

Faurschou Foundation is pleased to present the exhibition, Recent Acquisitions, which introduces a selection of the newly acquired artworks from its collection. Featuring works by Elmgreen & Dragset, Tracey Emin, Anselm Kiefer, Paul McCarthy, Bjarne Melgaard and...

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