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  • Bonniers Konsthall : “Luna Scales”
    Stockholm, Sweden
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  • Gl. Holtegaard: “Astrid Svangren”
    Holte, Denmark
  • Museu Colecção Berardo : “Histories of Faces: Belting Variations”
    Lisbon, Portugal
  • V—A—C Foundation : “Time, Forward!”
    Venice, Italy
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  • Faurschou Foundation : “Entropy”
    Venice, Italy
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    Venice, Italy
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  • Fondazione Prada : “Jannis Kounellis”
    Venice, Italy
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    Reading, Vermont (USA)
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Pirelli HangarBicocca: Sheela Gowda “Remains”

Sheela Gowda (Bhadravati, Karnataka, India, 1957; lives and works in Bangalore) is one of the leading names in contemporary art in India. “Remains” is the first major solo show of works by Sheela Gowda in Italy and it is a unique opportunity to discover more than...

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Zentrum Paul Klee: “Ecstasy”

In spring 2019, the Zentrum Paul Klee dwells on the ecstasy—one of the oldest and most astonishing cultural phenomena. The exhibition showcases 230 works from antiquity to the present day. A desire for moments of intense pleasure and passion is a universal feature of...

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Henry Moore Foundation : “Henry Moore Drawings: The Art of Seeing”

Henry Moore is best known for his sculpture: for his large scale bronze works on display in cities throughout the world, for his semi-abstract carvings and representations of the female form. But it was, in fact, thanks to an exhibition of his Shelter drawings at the...

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Fondazione Adolfo Pini : Carlos Amorales “THE ACCURSED HOUR”

  On the occasion of Miart 2019, Fondazione Adolfo Pini will present the exhibition THE ACCURSED HOUR, by Carlos Amorales, curated by Gabi Scardi. Carlos Amorales is interested in language, images and their transformation. More generally, he takes an interest in...

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Julia Stoscheck Collection: Rindon Johnson “Circumscribe”

In Circumscribe, Rindon Johnson’s first institutional solo show in Europe, the artist examines material and conceptual forms of circulation and containment in relation to capital and consumption, as well as language, images, bodies, and technologies. Alongside...

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Fondazione Carriero : “Lygia Pape”

Fondazione Carriero presents Lygia Pape, curated by Francesco Stocchi, the first solo exhibition ever held in an Italian institution on one of the leading figures of Neoconcretism in Brazil, organized in close collaboration with Estate Projeto Lygia Pape. Fifteen...

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Fondation Boghossian: “Flamboyant”/ “Heliopolis”

Flamboyant is an immersive exhibition, inviting visitors into the home of a fictional collector from the 1920s and 1930s. Upon entering the Villa Empain, they will rediscover this unique architectural gem built in 1934, entirely furnished in the Art Deco style and...

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Darat al Funun : “LINE”

  Featuring drawings, prints, installations, UV-light, and performance, LINE explores how artists from different generations deploy the line in both two-dimensional and three dimensional space. The selection of works show the different trajectories taken by...

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Herbert Foundation: Daniel Buren “Le Décor et son Double”

In 1986, Jan Hoet – the then director of the Museum for Contemporary Art in Ghent, now S.M.A.K. – organised the extra muros exhibition ‘Chambres d’Amis’. This exhibition presented contemporary art in private residences at various locations in Ghent. Daniel Buren was...

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Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech: Christo “Femmes 1962-1968”

  Christo’s first solo exhibition in Morocco, as well as his first exhibition in a museum dedicated to fashion features, work related to women and fashion created by the artist between 1962 and 1968. The exhibition includes preparatory collages and drawings which...

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Palazzo Grassi: Luc Tuymans ‘La Pelle”

As part of the cycle of monographic shows dedicated to major contemporary artists, launched in 2012 and alternating with thematic exhibitions of the Pinault Collection, Palazzo Grassi presents Luc Tuymans’ first personal exhibition in Italy. Curated by Caroline...

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TBA21/Ocean Space: Joan Jonas “Moving Off the Land II”

Joan Jonas’s exhibition Moving Off the Land II is the inaugural project at the newly opening Ocean Space in the revitalized Church of San Lorenzo in Venice. Spearheaded by TBA21–Academy and its network of partners, including universities, NGOs, museums, government...

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Prada Rong Zhai: Goshka Macuga “What Was I?”

“What Was I?” is a futuristic journey in the post-Anthropocene epoch, after the collapse of humankind. The centerpiece of this project, that brings together 26 artworks from the Collezione Prada and recent collages by Macuga, is an android created by the artist in...

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