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Fundación MAPFRE: Lewis Baltz

Lewis Baltz (Newport Beach, California, 1945 - Paris, 2014) is one of the most important photographers of the second half of the 20th century. Traditionally, his work has been associated with the generation of photographers that came together for the New Topographics...

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ARTER: Jake and Dinos Chapman ‘In_the_Realm_of_the_Senseless’

For 25 years Jake and Dinos Chapman have pursued a rigorous, profoundly philosophical and programmatic art practice. Their work manifests a deconstructive imperative—a reflexive critical impulse to interrogate the multiplicity of relations that serves to condition,...

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Museo Jumex : Ulises Carrión ‘Dear Reader. Don’t Read’

A key figure in Mexican conceptual art, Ulises Carrión (San Andres Tuxtla, Mexico, 1941 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1989) was an artist, editor, curator, and theorist of the post-1960s international artistic avant-garde. This retrospective—Dear reader. Don't...

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Fondazione Prada: ‘Slight Agitation 2/4’: Pamela Rosenkranz

This instalment by Pamela Rosenkranz (Switzerland, 1979) is the second iteration of a four-part project of newly commissioned, site-specific works. She follows on Tobias Putrih (Slovenia, 1972), while Laura Lima (Brazil, 1971) and Gelitin, the Austrian collective...

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Fundacío Suñol: Jordi Mitjà ‘Nivell Zero’

The first exhibition at the Nivell Zero of 2017 shows an unprecedented project by artist Jordi Mitjà (Figueres, 1970). In this context, Mitjà projects drawings, sculptures and photographs, that are the result of investigating and thinking about new possibilities based...

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Julia Stoschek Collection: Jaguars and Electric Eels

Between 1799 and 1804 a young naturalist, Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859), visited the American continent for the first time, making two expeditions. The most adventurous section of his journey was the trip down the Orinoco to the Rio Negro in Venezuela. At the...

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Het Depot: Henk Spreeuwenberg

Henk Spreeuwenberg (1947) is an architect as well as a sculptor. After his degree in hydraulic engineering, he graduated from the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam in 1976. Spreeuwenberg brings architecture and visual arts together in his oeuvre of bronze...

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Thoma Foundation at Knoxville: ‘Virtual Views’

This exposition explores the growing importance of electronic new media in contemporary art as seen in the work of artists who are pioneers in the use of LEDs (light-emitting diodes), LCD (liquid crystal display), and computer-driven imagery. The exhibition is the...

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Guggenheim Bilbao: Abstract Expressionism

In the “age of anxiety” surrounding the Second World War and the years of free jazz and Beat poetry, artists like Pollock, Rothko, and de Kooning broke from accepted conventions to unleash a new confidence in painting. Abstract Expressionism was born from the common...

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Serralves: Philippe Parreno ‘A_Time_Coloured_Space’

This major exhibition by French artist Philippe Parreno (1964), occupying the Museum’s entire building,  is conceived around the idea of the counterpoint, or ritornello, a principle whereby a particular passage is repeated at regular interludes within a musical...

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Fondation A Stichting: Cesare Fabbri ‘The_Flying_Carpet’

Cesare Fabbri, born in Ravenna in 1971, studied urban planning and photography at the hands of the historian and photographer Italo Zannier at the IUAV in Venice. He teaches alongside Guido Guidi. In 2009 he founded the Osservatorio Fotografico in association with...

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Frye Museum: Archipenko: ‘A Modern Legacy’

Situated at the forefront of the historic European avant-garde, Alexander Archipenko (American, born Ukraine, 1887–1964) reinvigorated sculpture with his dynamic creativity at the beginning of the twentieth century. A celebrated innovator and inventor, Archipenko took...

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Fundación MAPFRE: Peter Hujar ‘Speed_of_Life’

This retrospective exhibition on the American photographer Peter Hujar is offering the most detailed account of the artist’s work to date, from the 1950s to his death in New York in 1987. Hujar was a portraitist in everything he did. Regardless of the subject of the...

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Fondation Ricard: Caroline Mesquita ‘The Ballad’

Caroline Mesquita’s sculptural practice intertwines the materiality of her altered, oxidized, and painted copper and brass sheets with theatrical playfulness. Her metallurgic experiments result in life-size figures, interacting with each other in a mise en scène...

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