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HEINZ MACK. INK DRAWINGS AND…

Art | May 12, 2021

Heinz Mack will celebrate his 90th birthday this year. We look back on his fulfilled life. His creative urge is still undamped. After six successful exhibitions with Heinz Mack, as well as numerous international fair presentations, 12 published books and international projects, also outside our gallery spaces, Beck & Eggeling is now delighted to present ink drawings and ceramics by the multi-talented artist, parallel to the large solo-show at the 'Museum Kunstpalast'. Read more


Alexey Brodovitch: The First Art…

Art | May 12, 2021

Alexey Brodovitch is one of the great pioneers of modern graphic design. His inventions combining text and photography were groundbreaking, and his influence on modern-day layouts is inestimable. Read more


ALICE CHANNER | MEGAFLORA

Art | May 11, 2021

Alice Channer's forms and materials are found in the social and sensual worlds of industrial and organic processes. She immerses herself in natural and industrial materials and production processes to find forms that she develops as sculpture. Her method is both experimental and precise, collaborating with people, machines, and materials to make sculpture that is emotionally charged and industrially perfected. Read more


FEATURED ARTIST: CARO JOST

Art | May 7, 2021

What began as a project in her favorite city, New York, she has realized in over 80 cities worldwide since 2000: we are talking about her Streetprints, with which German conceptual artist Caro Jost became known. She makes real imprints on prepared canvases of street surfaces in various places around the world that have personal, social, or art historical significance. Read more


Veronica Ryan: Along a Spectrum

Art | April 25, 2021

Spike Island presents a major exhibition of new works by British artist Veronica Ryan (b. 1956, Montserrat). Supported by Freelands Foundation through the Freelands Award, this is Ryan’s largest and most ambitious exhibition in the UK to date. Read more


BERNARD COHEN | INTERIORS

Art | April 23, 2021

Bernard Cohen is considered one of Britain's most significant painters, whose paintings tell stories about identity and experience. Interiors is an exhibition of recent works demonstrating Cohen's sustained enquiry into the complex chaos of everyday existence. Read more


SOPHIE TAEUBER-ARP

Art | April 21, 2021

A long-overdue recognition of Taeuber-Arp's pivotal contribution to modern art and design. Sophie Taeuber-Arp was one of the foremost abstract artists and designers of the 1920s and 30s. Her multidisciplinary work has enduring influence, inspiring innovative artists and designers around the world. Read more


EKIN SU KOÇ “ON EARTH,…

Art | April 18, 2021

The oeuvre of Ekin Su Koç is enlightened in the exhibition. With her skilled hand and multiple production methods, the gallery space becomes a canvas for a collage made of paintings, reliefs and wall sculptures. What stands out immediately is Ekin Su Koç’s take on “Adam and Eve”, compositions of various materials soaked in epoxy and the most recent series of textile wall sculptures named “Altbau”, leading us to inhale and digest the multidimensionality of an artist’s body of work. Read more


Neïl Beloufa. Digital Mourning

Art | April 17, 2021

Neïl Beloufa (b. 1985, Paris) is one the most powerful voices of the generation of artists born in the 1980s. His artistic research focuses on contemporary society and on how it is represented and mediated by digital interaction, often with the aim of exposing the control mechanisms. In his videos, feature films, sculptures, and technologically complex installations, Beloufa plays on the viewer's sensory experience, inviting them to reappraise their own beliefs and stereotypes. Read more


DAMIEN HIRST, CHERRY BLOSSOMS

Art | April 16, 2021

Cherry Blossoms is Damien Hirst's first museum exhibition in France. The Cherry Blossoms series reinterprets, with playful irony, the traditional subject of landscape painting. Hirst combines thick brushstrokes and elements of gestural painting, referencing both Impressionism and Pointillism, as well as Action Painting. Read more


Richard Rezac: Cast

Art | April 15, 2021

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to present Cast, a solo exhibition by Richard Rezac. Featuring a series of works made within the last year, the exhibition underscores Rezac’s four-decade career of invention and permutation in sculpture. Since the 1990s, the artist has crafted modulations of the Baroque, presenting the control and calibration of architectural details and subjects in unexpected and elegant combinations. Read more


Wolf’s Hour: Vivian Suter at…

Art | April 13, 2021

Gladstone Gallery is pleased to present “Vivian Suter: Wolf’s Hour,” an exhibition of mixed media paintings from more than thirty years of the artist’s career. This show is Suter’s second presentation with Gladstone Gallery, and her first in Belgium. Read more


Zheng Chongbin. Asian Art Museum

Art | April 13, 2021

What happens when the invisible is made visible? That question animates a new two-part exhibition by Marin County-based artist Zheng Chongbin (American, b. China, 1961) debuting this month at the Asian Art Museum. Read more


CHARLOTTE JOHANNESSON

Art | April 12, 2021

The work of Charlotte Johannesson (Malmö, 1943), a textile artist and digital graphic art pioneer, is an early example of the conceptual synchrony between artistic languages and a technique involving computer programming and the loom. Read more


TOKYO CONTEMPORARY ART AWARD 2019-2021…

Art | April 12, 2021

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) established the Tokyo Contemporary Art Award (TCAA) in 2018 as a contemporary art prize to encourage mid-career artists to make new breakthroughs in their work by providing them with two years of continuous support. Read more


BXL UNIVERSEL II: MULTIPLI.CITY

Art | April 9, 2021

CENTRALE presents BXL UNIVERSEL II: multipli.city, a multidisciplinary forum-exhibition & events project in collaboration with 11 artists and 6 Brussels-based organisations. Read more


Georgia O’Keeffe

Art | April 4, 2021

The museum is presenting the first retrospective in Spain on Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986). Through a selection of approximately 80 works visitors enter the pictorial universe of a creative figure considered one of the leading representatives of 20th century American art. Read more


Giuseppe Penone

Art | April 2, 2021

Marian Goodman Gallery New York's exhibition by Penone features a series of canvas works titled Leaves of Grass (2013) which are being shown for the first time, alongside individual sculptures made concurrently (2014-2015), and a series of drawings (2014). Read more


Away from the Easel: Jackson…

Art | April 1, 2021

In 1943 Jackson Pollock created what would be his largest-ever painting: Mural. Although Pollock was not yet consistently working with canvases on the floor-pouring and dripping paint from all sides, as he would by 1947-Mural represents a pivotal moment in the evolution of Pollock's artistic style. Read more


LA MACHINE QUI ENSEIGNAIT DES…

Art | March 28, 2021

The Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) is thrilled to unveil its rich, Québec-infused Fall programme. Opening October 8, the exhibition La machine qui enseignait des airs aux oiseaux, invites visitors to discover the effervescence taking place in the studios of 34 local artists, mostly living and working in and around Montreal, and who have never (or rarely) shown at the MAC. Read more


Knotting the Space. Aurèlia Muñoz…

Art | March 26, 2021

A notable group of works by Aurèlia Muñoz (Barcelona, 1926-2011) have entered the Museu Nacional, which will enable us to see the diversity and the originality of her techniques and the coherence and intensity of her poetics. Read more


Victor Vasarely

Art | March 24, 2021

This fall, the Vancouver Art Gallery presents Victor Vasarely, a selected survey of paintings, sculptures and prints by the Hungarian-French artist Victor Vasarely (1906–1997), internationally renowned for his colorful abstract patterns and playful, and visually engaging aesthetic. Read more


The National 2021: New Australian…

Art | March 22, 2021

Thirteen artists consider diverse approaches to the environment, storytelling and inter-generational learning through their works in The National 2021 at the MCA. Drawing on natural materials and processes, as well as found objects and detritus, they explore notions of planetary caretaking, and our relationship to place in an era of dramatic change. Read more


Aperto 13 Takahashi Haruki: Landscaping

Art | March 20, 2021

TAKAHASHI Haruki (b. 1971) creates garden-like settings in museum spaces. A devotion to making installations with a landscape or nature theme brought TAKAHASHI to the idea of the "enrin" as a way of creating a personal, individual connection between viewer and work, rather than shouting loudly at wider society. Read more


Kandinsky at Museo Guggenheim Bilbao

Art | March 18, 2021

As a pioneer of abstraction and a renowned aesthetic theorist, Vasily Kandinsky (b. 1866, Moscow; d. 1944, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France) is among the foremost artistic innovators of the early twentieth century. In his endeavor to free painting from its ties to the natural world, Kandinsky discovered a new subject matter based solely on the artist's "inner necessity" that would remain his lifelong concern. Read more


Connected: MCA Collection

Art | March 18, 2021

Celebrating some of our most significant recent acquisitions alongside MCA Collection highlights, Connected brings together a selection of works by Australian artists that explore ways in which we might interpret and interact with the world and each other. Read more


JOHN AKOMFRAH

Art | March 17, 2021

John Akomfrah's three-channel video installation Vertigo Sea (2015) is at once devastatingly beautiful, heart-wrenching and incredibly timely. Composed of excerpts from films and television programs drawn primarily from the archives of the BBC natural history unit, along with staged footage shot by Akomfrah, it weaves together multiple narratives that portray the ocean as a site of terror and of beauty. Read more


Tate Britain Opens New Collection…

Art | March 12, 2021

Several new displays have opened at Tate Britain as part of the museum’s three collection routes, all of which are available for visitors to book online for free. Rothko and Turner is a new route opening to celebrate 50 years since Mark Rothko first gave Tate his iconic Seagram Murals to join the fearless and atmospheric paintings he so admired by JMW Turner. Read more