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Serlachius Museum ‘Summer Days’

The main exhibition of summer 2017 presents Nordic artists who at the same time represent different generations and different approaches to making art. Parallel to figurative paintings and sculptures, many materials, works especially realized for the space, and...

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Frye Art Museum: Amie Siegel ‘ Interiors’

 New York-based artist Amie Siegel works between film, photography, performance, and installation. In her solo exhibition Interiors, she investigates ideas about objects and their perceived cultural value, and the power systems innate to connoisseurship and museum...

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Transformer Station: ‘THEM’ Photographers – Musicians

The title of this exhibition refers to the 1954 science fiction film THEM! and celebrates the rebellious and experimental nature of the artist. It is also an admiring nod to the 1968 Japanese science fiction film Destroy All Monsters which lent its name to the 1973...

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Luma Westbau: AMERICANS 2017 – 89+

Americans 2017 showcases new productions by 19 key artists and groups from around the globe. Stemming from the concept of algorithmic citizenship introduced by artist James Bridle’sCitizen Ex project, this group exhibition gives center stage to the work of artists...

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Sunol: CAMINS ENCONTRATS – MIRALDA.

Camins encontrats is a project that aims to explore two artworks by the same artist made on different times and give visibility to the relations between them, the author, the collector, the specialists and the audience in a particular space, the Fundació Suñol. This...

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Sandretto Re Rebaudengo: ‘A House, Halfway’

The exhibition presents eleven emerging and established Italian artists, whose contributions include new commissions and existing works that are in dialogue with the concept of a halfway house. This is a term that refers to the shelters used for recent prisoners...

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Espace Vuitton Venezia: Pierre Huyge

Since the late 1980s, Pierre Huyghe has pursued a very personal, multi-disciplinary and hybrid approach, which is constantly evolving, drawing in particular from the worlds of film, science fiction, music, science and archaeology. His unique style is expressed through...

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Gulbenkian: Tamás Kaszás ‘Joy of Surviving’

This exhibition, a project by Tamás Kaszás (1976, Dunaújváros, Hungary), the artist’s first solo exhibition in Portugal, brings together a group of works that, departing from an imminent scenario of ecological and economic collapse, gives rise to the creation of a...

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Fondazione Prada ‘The Boat is Leaking. The Captain Lied.’

This transmedia exhibition project is the result of an ongoing, in-depth exchange between writer and filmmaker Alexander Kluge, artist Thomas Demand, stage and costume designer Anna Viebrock and curator Udo Kittelmann. The exhibition will unfold on three storeys of...

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Fondazione Cini : Alighiero Boettie ‘Minimum/Maximum’

This exposition is a highly original, wide-ranging journey of discovery into the work of Alighiero Boetti, a leading 20th-century Italian artist, at a time when his art is enjoying great popularity. Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, the Director of the Institute of Art...

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Wanås 30 years: ‘Sculpture Motion’

Movement is the theme of SculptureMotion that brings together works that examine sculpture and movement and sculpture that invites action both swift and still. Six Swedish, Nordic, and international artists—one of which is an artists collective—participate in the...

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Gl. Holtegaard: Maiken Bent ‘LØSØRE’

With multi-coloured fragments of stitched leather, painted silk, prints on wallpaper, bundles of glinting chains and contorted ropes, the artist Maiken Bent takes over Gl. Holtegaard in a radical mise-en-scène that transforms the historical interiors of the exhibition...

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Fondazione Memmo: Guiseppe Gabellone

This is Giuseppe Gabellone’s first solo exhibition in Rome, thereby confirming the mission of the foundation to promote contemporary art through site specific creations and new works. Characterized by a strong formal rigor and a critical approach to traditional...

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