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Fondation Carmignac: The Dream of Ulysses

Fondation Carmignac: The Dream of Ulysses

  THIS YEAR, AT THE FONDATION CARMIGNAC, YOU WILL ENCOUNTER THE DREAM OF ULYSSES, AN AESTHETIC AND MYTHOLOGICAL ADVENTURE LOOSELY INSPIRED BY HOMER’S ODYSSEY. The Odyssey is a book, a myth, a world. This year, the Villa Carmignac will present an exhibition...
Städel Museum: “Great Realism & Great Abstraction”

Städel Museum: “Great Realism & Great Abstraction”

“Great realism, great abstraction” – the Städel Museum’s holdings of twentieth-century German drawings, which comprises roughly 1,800 individual works within the Department of Prints and Drawings, oscillates between these two poles. A selection of roughly one hundred...
Fondation Beyeler: “Lost in Time, Like Tears in Rain”

Fondation Beyeler: “Lost in Time, Like Tears in Rain”

The new presentation of works from the collection at the Fondation Beyeler goes in search of lost time. Conceived as an invitation to wander through the gardens of modern art history, it ends with contemporary art, where it ties in with the museum’s summer show...
Guggenheim Bilbao Museum : Gerhard Richter “Seascapes”

Guggenheim Bilbao Museum : Gerhard Richter “Seascapes”

Gerhard Richter (b. 1932) was born shortly before the outbreak of World War II in Dresden, which would become a part of East Germany following the end of the conflict. His interest for the Informalism and Expressionism that were developing on the other side of The...

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