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The Yusto/Giner Gallery. La vida del difunto

Yusto/Giner Gallery. Ana Barriga. La vida del difunto

The Yusto/Giner Gallery begins the season with the opening of the new solo show by artist Ana Barriga (Jerez de la Frontera, Spain 1984) in their space in Marbella.  
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Frank Stella’s Stars, A Survey at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

We are pleased to announce the exhibition of our dear friend Maestro Frank Stella’s Stars, A Survey at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, 258 Main Street Ridgefield, CT 06877.  Frank Stella’s Stars,
Botero: 60 Years of Painting

Botero: 60 Years of Painting

We are very happy to announce the opening of the exhibition BOTERO: 60 YEARS OF PAINTING at Centro Centro, Palacio de Correos, Plaza de Cibeles, in Madrid on September 17th, 2020 until February 7th, 20
Friederike Koch-Langentreu, „Lesende Dame in Weiß", 1900 Oil on canvas 43,5 x 50 cm Neue Galerie Graz Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner

Ladies First! Women Artists in and from Styria 1850-1950

For the first time, the Neue Galerie Graz in Austria explores the artistic production of 60 women in the southeastern state of Styria, known as the "green heart of Austria", from 1850 to 1950. For the
Artifices instables: Stories of ceramics

Artifices instables: Stories of ceramics

"Ceramics are not futile," said Gauguin. For Cristiano Raimondi, guest curator, ceramic is a heterogenous and unstable material at the origin of transversal stories.
(Des)Orientierung

12-14 contemporary: (Des)Orientierung

We open the sunny autumn with (dis)orientation by and with Anderwald & Grond, Hoiss, Neunteufel, curated by Hubert Hasler. The text for the exhibition was written by Michaela Obermair. Dis)orienta
Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Spencer Finch

Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Spencer Finch

looking around, gazing intently, beholding—​ Spencer Finch's sixth solo exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery—borrows its title from a haiku by Matsuo Bashō (1644–1694), a celebrity poet of Japan's Edo P
Julian Charrière - Towards No Earthly Pole - Vostok, 2019 (copyright the artist; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany)

Julian Charrière: Towards no earthly pole

Swiss artist Julian Charrière (b.1987) is as much an explorer and a traveler as a scientist and an archaeologist. His curiosity and his interest in understanding nature lead him to the most inhospitab
2020 France-Lise McGurn, Percussia Simon Lee Gallery, London, Installation view Courtesy the artist and Simon Lee Gallery. © France-Lise McGurn.

Kunsthaus Pasquart. France-Lise McGurn

Kunsthaus Pasquart presents the largest exhibition to date dedicated to France-Lise McGurn (b.1983), a Scottish artist who paints on canvases as well as directly on walls, floors and the ceilings of ex
Christine Borland, Cast from Nature, 2010-2011 Plaster steel, plastered cloth Variable dimensions Edition 1/2 View of the exhibition at the Camden Arts Center, 2011. National Galleries of Scotland, acquired with the support of the Iain Paul Fund, 2017, commissioned by the Institute of Transplantation, Newcastle. Courtesy Christine Borland & Patricia Flemming Projects © Photo Ruth Clark

Infinite Sculpture. From the Antique Cast to the 3D Scan

The exhibition brings together works by 18 contemporary artists and casts made from the collection of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon. It takes a close look at casting and the role it plays not only