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Joel Meyerowitz . Why Color?

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Joel Meyerowitz . Why Color?
C/O Berlin Foundation
From December 09, 2017 to March 11, 2018

 

Skyscrapers, Fifth Avenue, steam rising from manhole covers, beauty salons, billboards, diners… It is 1963; a group of four young women stand outside a store. They are putting make up on, either looking into the camera or coyly averting their gaze, and appear satisfied. Their clothes are brilliantly colored, their pumps white, their backcombed hair immaculate. What would this picture be without color?

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Julio Le Parc: Bifurcations

Julio Le Parc: BifurcationsImage courtesy of Perrotin

Julio Le Parc: Bifurcations
Perrotin Gallery, Paris
From 14 October to 23 December 2017

 

Following his major retrospective at the Perez Art Museum, Miami and his concurrent exhibition at Perrotin New York, Julio Le Parc, 89 years old, returns to Paris with an exhibition of recent and historic works. Both floors of the gallery will be dedicated to new installations and mobiles that will be exhibited alongside recent paintings. Shown for the first time, these works will create a dialogue with the historical paintings, sculptures and installations from the 70’s to the 90’s. Lastly, a virtual reality artwork, designed with his son Juan Le Parc, will offer an insight into the artist’s work.

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Art Miami

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Art Miami
Art Miami, Miami
From 5 to 10 December 2017

 

Art Miami, returning for its 28 th edition, opening December 5 th and continuing through December 10 th, has announced its 2017 exhibitor list. Renowned as one of the nation’s leading international contemporary and modern art fairs, Art Miami will showcase an array of iconic and exemplary works, dynamic projects and special installations from more than 140 international galleries from over 22 countries representing over 60 cities. This year’s fair will kick off on the evening of Tuesday December 5th, with a VIP Private Preview to benefit the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), sponsored by Christie’s International Real Estate.

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Watching sugar dissolve in a glass of water

Watching sugar dissolve in a glass of waterImage courtesy of Mumok

Watching sugar dissolve in a glass of water
Mumok, Wien
From May 6, 2017 to January 14, 2018

In parallel to his own exhibition at Mumok, Martin Beck is also presenting a new arrangement of works from the museum’s permanent collection. His selection focuses on works of the 1960s and 1970s and indicates a number of important influences on Beck‘s own artistic work. Abstract and figurative, and conceptual and painterly approaches are presented in often surprising combinations and exciting arrangements.

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PICASSO. On the Beach

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PICASSO. On the Beach
August 26, 2017 – January 7, 2018
Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero
Project Rooms, Peggy Guggenheim Collection

 

From August 26, 2017 through January 7, 2018 the Peggy Guggenheim Collection presents the exhibition PICASSO. On the Beach curated by Luca Massimo Barbero. The exhibition will be installed in the museum’s Project Rooms.

 

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César Paternosto. Towards painting as object.

César Paternosto. Towards painting as object.Image courtesy of Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza

César Paternosto. Towards painting as object.
Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza
From November 13, 2017 to January 28, 2018

 

This exhibition establishes a dialogue between paintings by the Argentinean artist César Paternosto and works from the museum’s permanent collection.
Curated by César Paternosto himself, it analyses the shift in the pictorial paradigm which, at the start of the 20th century, led artists to rediscover painting as object, in contrast to the Renaissance illusionism that had transformed the canvas into a window through which to see visible reality.

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Philippe Decrauzat: Delay

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Philippe Decrauzat: Delay
Praz-Delavallade, Paris
From 14 October to 25 November 2017

 

Delay, Philippe Decrauzat‘s new series of paintings suggests that an aesthetic renewal may well be underway, but not one that entirely disrupts his artistic language, nor the narrative that he has been endeavouring to establish since his beginnings. If the form is unchanged, the spatiality of his work has evolved to adapt to a core derived from the same matrix. His aesthetic approach makes good use of the formal resemblance of which Heidegger was so fond, asking the fundamental question of humankind’s penchant for structuring itself in terms of its temporality and relationship to time.

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