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Het Depot: Louis Niënhuis

Abstraction and form collide and alternate in Louis Niënhuis' work. The commonality in almost all of his work is the material the sculptures are made of wood. Niënhuis has now been working as a sculptor for over 35 years but did not initially choose this career path...

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Beyeler Foundation : “The Young Picasso – Blue and Rose Period”

In 2019, as an exceptional cultural highlight, the Fondation Beyeler is mounting a unique exhibition devoted to Pablo Picasso’s masterpieces of his early Blue and Rose periods. This will be the most comprehensive presentation ever seen in Europe of Picasso’s paintings...

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Transformer Station: Raúl de Nieves “Fina”

Raúl de Nieves: Fina, the first solo museum exhibition by Raúl de Nieves (b. 1983, Michoacán, Mexico), will feature new work in a site-specific installation developed for the Cleveland Museum of Art at the Transformer Station. Narrative facets of the installation will...

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Elevation 1049 : “Frequencies” / Doug Aitken “Mirage Gstaad”

Elevation 1049 is pleased to announce its third winter iteration, Frequencies, curated by Neville Wakefield and Olympia Scarry. Launching over the weekend of February 1-3, 2019, Elevation 1049: Frequencies will feature Mirage Gstaad, a new outdoor site-specific...

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The Menil Collection’s Contemporary Focus: Trenton Doyle Hancock

Epidemic! Presents: Step and Screw!, a series of thirty works on paper by Trenton Doyle Hancock (b. 1974), combines illustrations and text in a comic strip-like format. Mounted on the top half of each page, black-and-white ink and acrylic drawings on paper depict...

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Museu Coleção Berardo: “WAIT”

More than creating a fatalistic view on the matter of waiting, WAIT attempts to indicate ways that allow for a recovery of possibilities as diverse as the specifics of each piece—in media such as painting, photography, sculpture, installation or video—while also...

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Daiwa Foundation: Susumu Matsuura “The inkblot looked like me”

Susumu Matsuura’s theme is “humans”, and most of his work expresses human emotions. He is interested in looking at the two-sided nature of human beings, who harbour both positive feelings and greed. In 2016, Susumu’s hand-produced silk screen artificial propagation...

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Delfina Foundation: “Power Play”

A major group exhibition, across two London venues, exploring the power dynamics at play in relationships between individuals, institutions and the state. Delfina Foundation and the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) are pleased to present Power play, an exhibition...

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the Menil Collection Focus: John Cage

John Cage, New River Rocks and Smoke, 1990. Watercolor and smoke-applied soot on paper, 101 ¾ × 388 ½ in. (258.4 × 986.8 cm). The Menil Collection, Houston, Purchased with funds provided by Dominique de Menil in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Menil Collection. ©...

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Dia Art Foundation (Beacon): Andy Warhol “Shadows”

  Following an extensive international tour and its recent presentation in New York City, Andy Warhol’s Shadows (1978–79) will return to Dia:Beacon for long-term view in January. A single painting in multiple parts, Shadows is one of Warhol’s most abstract works, yet...

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Esker Foundation: Neil Campbell “Wheatfield”

One might say that the primary focus of Neil Campbell’s practice is perception. Sensory and sensational, his works are meticulously devised to address and influence the physical and phenomenological aspects of the act of viewing. Campbell’s geometric paintings and...

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