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UCCA: “Mediations in an Emergency”

UCCA: “Mediations in an Emergency”

“Meditations in an Emergency” is the first exhibition to open in 2020 at UCCA Beijing, bringing together 26 Chinese and international artists reflecting on the role of art during a time of crisis. From May 21 to August 30, 2020, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art...
Luma Westbau: “It’s Urgent! – Part II”

Luma Westbau: “It’s Urgent! – Part II”

Never has the artists’ voice been more necessary in the political debate than right now, Hans Ulrich Obrist explains: ‘If there was ever a time that the world needed artists, it is now. We need their radical ideas, visions, and perspectives in society’....
Fondazione Prada: Luc Tuymans “Sanguine”

Fondazione Prada: Luc Tuymans “Sanguine”

“Sanguine” is a personal interpretation of the Baroque based on innovative juxtapositions and unexpected associations of works by contemporary artists and Old Masters. Avoiding a rigid chronological order or a strictly historiographical approach, Tuymans evades the...
DRAF X Mostyn: “She sees the shadows”

DRAF X Mostyn: “She sees the shadows”

“She sees the shadows… she even counts the tree-trunks along a promenade by the shadows, but sees nothing of the shape of things.”* In 1886, a 22-year-old woman in Lyon saw the world around her for the first time. Objects that had been instantly recognisable by touch...
The Broad: ‘A Journey That Wasn’t’

The Broad: ‘A Journey That Wasn’t’

A Journey That Wasn’t brings forth the rich array of artworks in the Broad collection that capture the passage of time by including artists who use devices such as rhythm, repetition, duration, artifice and appropriation to investigate and distort our perceptions,...

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