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Constantin Brancusi Sculpture

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CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI SCULPTURE
July 22, 2018–February 18, 2019
The Museum of Modern Art, Floor 2
Organized by Paulina Pobocha, Associate Curator, with Mia Matthias, Curatorial Fellow, Department of Painting and Sculpture

Looking back at the first showing of Constantin Brancusi’s work (1876–1957) in the United States, in the 1913 Armory Show, one writer reflected that sculptures on view were “disturbing, so disturbing indeed that they completely altered the attitude of a great many New Yorkers towards a whole branch of art.” Indeed, Brancusi’s beguilingly simple forms looked like nothing else, then or since.

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HUMAN+. THE FUTURE OF OUR SPECIES

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HUMAN+. THE FUTURE OF OUR SPECIES
February 27 – July 01, 2018
Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome
Curated by Cathrine Kramer

HUMAN+ was conceived and first exhibited at Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin.
This new iteration of HUMAN+ is a coproduction of the exhibition by Science Gallery and Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona.

Cyborgs, superhumans and clones. Evolution or extinction? What does it mean to be a human today? What will it feel like to be a human a hundred years from now? Technological capabilities are increasing at a rapid pace – should we continue to embrace modifications to our minds, bodies and daily lives, or are there boundaries we shouldn’t overstep?

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Cécile B. Evans AMOS’ WORLD: Episode One

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Cécile B. Evans
AMOS’ WORLD: Episode One
From March 23, 2018 to July 01, 2018 | Mumok, Wien

In her work, Cécile B. Evans examines the significance and role of emotion in contemporary societies as well as the increasing influence of new technologies on our feelings and actions.

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Matt Mullican – The Feeling of Things

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Matt Mullican – The Feeling of Things
Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan
From 12 April to 16 September 2018

“The Feeling of Things” is the most extensive exhibition in Italy by Matt Mullican (born in 1951 in Santa Monica, California) and his major retrospective ever.

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HOME BEIRUT. SOUNDING THE NEIGHBORS

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HOME BEIRUT. SOUNDING THE NEIGHBORS
MAXXI, Rome
Until 20 May 2018 

Cultural diversity, the memory of war, the effervescence of the present, the profound urban transformation, the prospects for the future: all these are Home Beirut. Sounding the Neighbors, the story of a city, a laboratory of resistance, artistic innovation and hope seen through over 100 works by 36 artists.

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ATLAS – Fondazione Prada Milano

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ATLAS
Fondazione Prada Milano
Permanent projects

Inside the six exhibition levels of Torre, project “Atlas”, emerged from a dialogue between Miuccia Prada and Germano Celant, is unveiled. It hosts works from the Prada Collection displayed in a sequence of environments incorporating solos and confrontations, created through assonances or contrasts, between artists such as Carla Accardi and Jeff Koons, Walter De Maria, Mona Hatoum and Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, Michael Heizer and Pino Pascali, William N. Copley and Damien Hirst, John Baldessari and Carsten Höller.

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Mark Rothko: Reflection

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Mark Rothko: Reflection
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
From September 24, 2017 to September 03, 2018

In a career that spanned five decades, Mark Rothko (1903–1970) created some of the 20th century’s most evocative and iconic masterpieces. From September 24 2017, 11 major works by the artist travel to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), from the National Gallery of Art, Washington, for an immersive exhibition that invites visitors to become enveloped by Rothko’s large-scale paintings and encounter them as he had originally intended-to experience something more intimate and awe-inspiring than simply viewing.

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