An international symposium examining the life, work and legacy of Eileen Gray, one of the most celebrated and influential designers and architects of the 20th-century, will be held at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Tuesday 13 May and Wednesday 14 May 2014. The symposium is presented in association with the Centre Pompidou, Paris, […]
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From 11 June to 14 September 2014, the French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici presents the group exhibition Painting or how to get rid of it, curated by Éric de Chassey. The exhibition brings together the works of four artists of different nationalities: Italian Fabio Mauri and American Marcia Hafif – who lived and […]
Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna will be presenting the first solo exhibition in Italy of Nick van Woert, one of the most original American voices in contemporary art today. The exhibition, which will be inaugurated on 29th May and opens on the 30th, will run until 7th September and is curated by Gianfranco Maraniello. It […]
René Magritte, the playful and provocative Belgian Surrealist who set out to create works that would “challenge the real world” by making “everyday objects shriek out loud,” is the focus of a major exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago: Magritte, The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926–1938. The show opens June 25, 2014 and runs […]
Existential questions about life and death permeate the entire work of painter Albin Egger-Lienz (1868–1926). Today his war images are regarded as poignant memorials, as warnings against the horrors of battle and violence. He was also deeply influenced by his experiences on the front as a war painter. From 7 March to 9 June 2014 […]
From March 15 to May 11, the Civic Museum of Sansepolcro and the Institution of the Museum Library and the Historical Archives presents “Meeting the Museum. Dialogues in the present with contemporary art” curated by Ilaria Margutti. Reached its fourth edition, the appointment of meetings with artists is accompanied by an exhibition which opens on […]
Gabriel Orozco – Natural Motion
Stockholm 14 February, 2014 – 4 May, 2014
Gabriel Orozco is one of the best-known artists of his generation but has never before been shown in the Nordic countries. His reputation has been growing steadily since the late-1980s, and his oeuvre opens up for a new form of conceptualism that embraces both deep contemplation and precise craftsmanship. In Moderna Museet’s ambition to feature art from beyond the Western mainstream, Gabriel Orozco is essential to understanding the contemporary world.
Francisco Salamone, the architect of the Pampas – February 10-28, 2014, Casa dell’Architettura, Rome Stefano Nicolini’s photographic work, 34 images in two formats (30×40 and 60×90) in black and white were created on chemical gelatin silver print on Baryta paper that enhances the professional characteristics of the volcanic Italo-Argentine architect Francisco Salamone. He was born […]
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia is the first touring exhibition of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, a multi-year collaboration that charts contemporary art practices in three major geographic regions—South and Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East and North Africa. Presenting recent works by artists from the region, […]
Evgeni Dybsky. Giotto Project
Moscow Museum of Modern Art VENUE: 9 TVERSKOY BLVD
October 29, 2013 — December 1, 2013
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the Giotto Project, an exhibition of works by Evgeni Dybsky, one of the prominent artists of the 1980s Metarealism. In terms of painting, Dybsky is still on the quest. The exhibition features his series «Translation of Time XVI.» The works of the series are done in mixed media. Some of the works were previously exhibited in the Ludwig Museum in 2009.
Gagosian Gallery Rome
22 November 2013 – 4 January 2014
Gagosian Gallery Rome is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Tatiana Trouvé in Rome. In her installations, sculptures and drawings, the artist of Italian origin, Tatiana Trouvé tackles the uncertain boundaries of fiction and reality, the mental and the physical, and explores notions of time, space and memory.