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Fondation Louis Vuitton: ‘Being Modern: the MOMA in Paris’

The exhibition, organized in partnership with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, shows an array of artworks from MoMA’s six departments since its foundation in 1929, providing a window to the museum’s collection for the viewers in Paris. Included in the show...

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Fondazione Ragghianti: Mario Nigro ‘The Spaces of Colour’

Protagonist of the Italian art and of his civil rebirth, starting from the immediate post-war period, Mario Nigro knew how to give life to an abstract, highly personal oeuvre, in which are combined color and structure, rigor and inventiveness. His long creative...

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Kadist: “If Not Apollo, the Breeze”

Long ago, they say, a goat discovered the oracle. High on the hill at Delphi, an ancient herder lost a charge to a crack in the earth. Safely retrieved, the animal began exhibiting strange and erratic behavior—making unfamiliar sounds, leaping wildly, refusing to eat....

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Vila Casas: Jordi Díaz Alamà – #ClásicosDesollados”

Jordi Díaz-Alamà (Granollers, 1986), the winner of the Fundació Vila Casas 2016 Painting Prize, reinterprets here the history of painting, plumbing the depths of what has been already painted to salvage elements he then reconstructs as homages to their originators. ...

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Guggenheim: Anni Albers “Touching Vision”

This in-depth survey of seven decades in the career of a pioneering figure in the field of Fiber Art is organized in collaboration with The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, the show provides a chronological overview of Albers’s oeuvre while also revealing the...

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Fondation A Stichting: Jerry L. Thompson

Spanning almost five decades the American photographer Jerry L. Thompson (born in 1945 in Houston, Texas) compiled a huge and strange gallery of seemingly very classic portraits. He refers to his images more as descriptions than interactive. Each portrait is an...

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Vincent Van Gogh: The Simple Life

Bringing together a selection of works by contemporary and historical artists, this autumn’s collective exhibition spotlights our conceptions of a life of simplicity. In a wealth of free associations, it explores the fantasies and waves of nostalgia conjured by its...

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Gulbenkian: “The Exposition of a Dream’

This exhibition has been conceived in a very specific place: the garden of Gulbenkian in Lisbon. Designed by António Viana Barreto and Gonçalo Ribeiro Telle in the 60's, the garden surrounds currently the building where the dream of Calouste Gulbenkian is taking shape...

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Villa Empain: ‘Ways of Seeing’

Taking its cue from John Berger’s 1972 seminal text on visual culture, Ways of Seeing explores the various formalistic strategies that artists employ to re-configure our perception of the world. Marking the second collaboration between the Boghossian Foundation and...

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Faurschou Beijing: Erik Parker ‘Virtual Reality Art’

Erik Parker's Virtual Reality piece introduces viewers to the artist’s colourful universe, previously only seen in two-dimensional form. Switchstance Bay unfolds Parker’s tropical universe from 2014, Foreign Resistance. When entering the realm of Virtual Reality, the...

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Fondation Beyeler: Paul Klee

The exhibition is devoted to a previously little explored aspect of Paul Klee’s work, namely abstraction. In the first half of the twentieth century, the move away from figurativeness and the development of abstract art became a key theme for many European artists....

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Het Depot: ‘Fertility’

The theme of the exhibition at sculpture gallery the Depot is fertility. The images come from the fixed group of sculptors involved in the filing. By Verde and Petra Boshart are several images that were previously not documented in the Depot were part of the...

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Fondation Indigo: Kees Stoop ‘The Later Years’

Kees Stoop (1929, Werkendam, the Netherlands) was trained at the Royal Academy of fine arts in Antwerp. He lives and works in the east of Holland since the early 1960's. Despite the fact that Kees Stoop as a visual artist works in relative isolation and hardly...

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Wanås Konst: Jennifer Forsberg ‘Land Tax’

  In 2017, Wanås Konst is expanding in time and space. Jennifer Forsberg, who works in Österlen in Skåne, is the first artist to extend Wanås Konst’s indoor season. Clay is a material with great scope and a sort of language, argues ceramist Mårten Medbo in his...

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Voorlinden: Shio Kusaka & Jonas Wood

 This is their first two-person exhibition in Europe for the artist couple Shio Kusaka (b. 1972) and Jonas Wood (b. 1977). Wood, an American painter from Boston, and Kusaka, a ceramic artist from Japan, live and work in Los Angeles. Voorlinden would like to introduce...

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