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Voorlinden presents Martin Creed’s first solo in the Netherlands – 21 January – 7 May 2017 A room filled with balloons kicks off the exhibition ‘Martin Creed – SAY CHEESE!’, the second exhibition at the new Museum Voorlinden. The exhibition brings together around 40 works to form a coherent reflection of Creed’s versatile and characteristic […]
For your eyes only A Private Collection, from Mannerism to Surrealism Curated by Andreas Beyer May 24–August 31, 2014 This exhibition curated by Andreas Beyer presents for the first time to the public a rich selection of works from the private Collection of Richard and Ulla Dreyfus-Best, in Basel. A selection of approximately one hundred […]
Gagosian Rome is pleased to present Nan Goldin’s Scopophilia. This is the renowned photographer’s first major exhibition in Rome.
The Greek term scopophilia literally means “love of looking,” but also refers to the erotic pleasure derived from gazing at images of the body. Nan Goldin’s Scopophilia is both a slide-show and an ongoing photographic series, begun in 2010 when she was given private access to the Louvre Museum every Tuesday. During these privileged sojourns, she wandered and photographed freely throughout the museum’s renowned collections of painting and sculpture.
Giancarlo Marcali Marsiglione Arts Gallery, Como, Italy 19 September – 27 October It is an event not to be missed Thursday, September 19th at Marsiglione Arts Gallery, that will open its doors at 18.30 to contemporary art lovers and not only for a national preview, the presentation of “The body and the pain through the […]
Robert Davis Wine, cigarettes, songs and such
Luce Gallery, Turin
March 26 – May 11 2013
Robert Davis will present in march his frst solo exhibitoon in our gallery with a new body of work.
Using unconventional materials like wine, beer, coffee or ash, combining them with oil or olisticks, the artist use elements that normally stimulate the ordinary life of every person to explore the boundaries between the different sensory perceptions related to the paintings in both ways of optical perception combined with a more sensitive feeling that the materials reveal to the viewer.
Laurent Grasso. Uraniborg
Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
February 7 – April 28, 2013
The exhibition Uraniborg offers a unique foray into space and time, two themes that lie at the heart of Laurent Grasso’s approach. The history of observation and its connection to political power also plays a pivotal role in his work and acts as a starting point for a broader examination of seeing, controlling and monitoring, at the same time as it opens up a path to possible worlds.
2012 at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection closed with 372,273 visitors recorded over 315 days of opening, an average of 1,182 visitors per day. In addition 5,888 students and 422 teachers participated in the museum’s educational programme ‘A Scuola di Guggenheim’, 1,500 children attended the Sunday ‘Kids Day’ workshops, and a further 7,500 people visited the […]
The Design Collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen can now be seen in the museum’s eight purpose-built galleries. Visitors can trace the history of design based on diverse themes that cover seven centuries of design.
February 21– June 23, 2013 Missoula Art Museum’s collecting mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit and research art that is relevant to the culture of the American West with an emphasis on contemporary Montana artists. MAM has been blessed over the last few years with several donations of exceptional artworks that we are excited to […]
Sarah Williams: Remote America
Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont
January 19 – April 7, 2013
Sarah Williams: Remote America exhibits familiar scenes transformed by glowing lights and enveloping darkness. Sarah Williams’ oil paintings recognize the beauty and isolation that can be found in seemingly ordinary places such as car washes, gas stations, and parking lots.