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Fondation Beyeler: Claude Monet

To mark their twentieth anniversary, Beyeler  presents one of the most important and best-loved artists: Claude Monet. The exhibition will be a celebration of light and color, illustrating the artistic development of the great French painter from Impressionism to his...

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Fundació Vila Casas: Gonzalo Goytisolo ‘Painted People’

Advocate of realist figuration and creator of fictions springing from experience of the real, Gonzalo Goytisolo (Barcelona, 1966) experiments with naturalistic appearances, urban landscape and digital editing.  “Painted People” is an anthology of portraits, studies of...

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Fundació Stämpfli: Antoni Taulé ‘LUX’

Born in Sabadell, Spain, in 1945. He lives and works in Paris and in Spain. Antoni Taulé i Pujol studies architecture in Barcelona and, at the same time, develops his painting attending the Fine Arts school La Llotja. His first individual exhibition takes place in...

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Fondation Vasarely: Jean-Pierre Husquinet ‘Voyages vecteur’

According to the definition of the Larousse dictionary, the word contemporary  is defined as follows: "Who lives at the same time as someone else, except when certain events occur: Pascal is the contemporary of Moliere. Who belongs to the current period, at the...

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DRAF: Charles Avery, Huma Bhabha and Abbas Akhavan (3_solo’s)

Three solo exhibitions at DRAF explore the distinct practices of Charles Avery, Huma Bhabha and Abbas Akhavan. Each artist explores real and mythical territories, drawing on geographies and anthropologies including the Hebrides archipelago, Southern Pakistan and the...

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Transformer Station: Esther Teichmann ‘Heavy the Sea’

This exhibition of the new installation of the  London based artist Esther Teichmann explores the relationship between loss, desire and the imaginary, blurring the lines between autobiography and fiction. Narratives of longing emerge from photographic fragments,...

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CUE Art Foundation: The Visible Hand

This group exhibition, curated by David Borgonjon,  examines art as a form of managerial practice. The artists included in this show( Chloë Bass, BFAMFAPhD, Maureen Connor, Devin Kenny and Jen Liu) reflect on processes of artistic production, producing work that...

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Guandong Times Museum: ‘The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away’

The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away borrows its title from an installation of the same name in Ilya Kabakov’s Ten Characters (1988). Kabakov constructed the fictional character of a crazed hoarder: his room like a landfill of memories, full of all sorts of labeled...

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Cass Sculpture: ‘Think Pieces’

This exhibition offers an exceptional insight into the archive of Cass Sculpture Foundation as a selection of maquettes are brought into the main gallery for public display. The maquettes, usually only accessible by appointment, illustrate a key stage in the process...

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Ballroom Marfa: ‘Grey Goo Gardens’

Grey Goo Gardens is the last of four exhibitions conceived for Arturo Bandini’s year-long installation in Ballroom’s courtyard. Grey Goo Gardens presents work from Ed Fornieles, Sonja Gerdes, Joel Holmberg, Dwyer Kilcollin, Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen, Anna Mayer,...

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11 lijnen:’ POETICA_POLITICA’

Poetica: early poems evolved from folk songs or from a need to retell oral epics. ‘Poetica’ is the title of two books by Aristotle. Politica: is deducted from the old Greek Politeia: ‘affairs of, for the citizens’, from which the title of Aristotle’s book: ‘Politica’....

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Kestnergesellschaft: James Richard

  James Richards (1983 in Cardiff, lives in London) whose video »Rosebud« (2013) was nominated for the Turner-Prize 2014 is famous for his provocative and visually seductive videos. For over ten years Richards has been collecting images and video recordings as...

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Kestnergesellschaft: Rochelle Feinstein

Rochelle Feinstein has created an extraordinary oeuvre over the past 30 years which includes not only paintings but also videos, sculptures and installations. Feinstein’s works are often based on topics connected with current social and politic occurrences or with her...

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Schering Foundation: Jens Brand ‘Tetraktys’

Four automated aerial drones make up the sound installation “TETRAKTYS,” which the Berlin-based artist Jens Brand developed specifically for the Project Space of the Schering Stiftung. “TETRAKTYS” refers to the Music of the Spheres, which is based on the ancient idea...

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DHC/ART: Wim Delvoye

Since the late 1980s, Belgian artist Wim Delvoye has been challenging the art world status quo through a multidisciplinary practice that includes sculpture, drawing, photography, installation, and video. Montreal audiences were first introduced to his work in 2009...

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Power Station: Pietro Roccasalva ‘Who_Shot_Mr._Burns?’

For this exhibition, the Italian artist Pietro Roccasalva (b. 1970 Modica, Italy) presents a site-specific installation and a one-night performance. The work on view includes a new series of paintings, monochromes based on works by the Italian Futurists, three...

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