• Gilbert & George
    January 26, 2018 - April 22, 2018
    The MAC Belfast
    10 Exchange St West
    Belfast, BT1 2NJ

    SCAPEGOATING PICTURES for Belfast is the first significant presentation of work by Gilbert and George in Ireland since their attention-grabbing exhibition at Ormeau Baths Gallery in 1999.



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  • Georg Baselitz
    January 21, 2018 - April 29, 2018
    Baselstrasse 101
    Riehen/Basel, SWITZERLAND

    To mark Georg Baselitz' eightieth birthday, the Fondation Beyeler will be showing an extensive selection of his work as a painter, sculptor and printmaker. The exhibition, organized in close cooperation with the artist, takes the form of a focused retrospective, bringing together many of the most important paintings and sculptures created by Baselitz over the past six decades. These powerful and exciting works, from every phase of the artist's career, reveal the astonishing range of his creative imagination.

    The exhibition has been organized in cooperation with the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC, where it will be shown subsequently in a modified form. In parallel with the presentation at the Fondation Beyeler, the Kunstmuseum Basel will be exhibiting a selection of Baselitz's works on paper.

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  • Stephan Balkenhol
    January 19, 2018 - April 22, 2018
    CAC Malaga
    C/ Alemania
    Malaga, Spain
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  • Stephan Balkenhol
    January 19, 2018 - April 22, 2018
    C/ Alemania
    29001 Malaga
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  • Irving Penn
    Rencontre autour d'Irving Penn, 17h
    December 16, 2017 - December 16, 2017
    Paris Marais

    Rencontre exceptionnelle autour de l'exposition 'Irving Penn, A Flavour of France' entre: 

    - Laurie Hurwitz, commissaire d'exposition à la Maison Européenne de la Photographie
    - Clémentine Mercier, journaliste spécialisée en photographie à Libération
    - Christoph Wiesner, Directeur artistique de Paris Photo

    L'exposition se concentre sur trois séries majeures de l’artiste : les Nus, les Petits Métiers et les Portraits d’artistes. Réalisées entre 1947 et 1950, chacune explore à sa façon la relation étroite qu’Irving Penn a entretenu avec la France au cours sa vie, tant par ses visites fréquentes que par leur souvenir idéalisé.

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  • Anselm Kiefer
    December 13, 2017 - April 18, 2018
    Met Breuer
    945 Madison Ave
    New York

    Provocations: Anselm Kiefer at The Met Breuer will feature 34 works on paper and one painting by the German artist, all drawn from The Met collection.

    The exhibition will span the artist's nearly 50-year career and will be on view at The Met Breuer through April 8, 2018.

    Anselm Kiefer (born 1945) has confronted and wrestled with the past throughout his career. In 1969, toward the end of his studies at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe, Kiefer photographed himself in his father's Wehrmacht uniform, posing in front of historic monuments and Romantic seascapes in Europe, with his arm extended in an illegal Nazi salute. Six years later, the artist selected 18 of these images for a photo-essay titled "Occupations," which met with widespread public outcry. Indeed, while Kiefer's artistic provocation ran counter to the intense process of postwar denazification, which included the removal and destruction of offensive signs of Germany's infamous history, it was also an unwelcome threat to a kind of collective amnesia that had overtaken West Germany in the 1960s and 1970s.



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  • Yan Pei-Ming
    Book signing, 9 December, 5-6 pm
    December 9, 2017 - December 9, 2017
    Paris Marais

    Join us for a signing of Yan Pei-Ming’s first monograph edited by internationally renowned curator Francesco Bonami and published by Rizzoli International Publications. This major volume is the first comprehensive book on the artist’s practice.


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  • Harun Farocki Estate
    November 23, 2017 - January 14, 2018
    Centre Pompidou
    Place Georges Pompidou
    75004 Paris

    As part of the Festival d’Automne, the Centre Pompidou is hosting the most comprehensive Harun Farocki (1944-2014) retrospective in France to date.

    Conceived as a dialogue between the works of Harun Farocki and the films of Christian Petzold, a former student, friend and collaborator of Farocki, the two-fold exhibition is a journey through the territories of two of the most important German filmmakers of their generation.

    In 1967, drawing on his deeply political conception of cinema, Harun Farocki began making fiction and documentary films and to experiment with moving image at large, fostering film essays, videos, installations and collaborative workshops of various lengths, subjects and genres. Beyond its highly intellectual content, the singularity of his work lies in the invention of new editing methods.

    The Centre Pompidou is presenting a selection of twelve installations and videos from the last thirty years, illustrating the extent of the director’s critical thinking of contemporary images in marketing, media, surveillance technology and videogames. The screenings and panel discussions organized during the exhibition combined with the reprinting of some of Farocki’s most important texts shed light on the complexity of each work. The Goethe-Institut, partner in this event, will present simultaneously a selection of children’s films made by Harun Farocki for German television.



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  • Elger Esser
    November 19, 2017 - February 28, 2018

    From 19 November 2017 to 28 February 2018, the works of seven photographers, each expressing their unique viewpoints on landscape and nature, will be presented across more than 2000 square metres of exhibition space in the Château itself and its Farmyard.

    Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire will also be hosting France’s first major exhibition devoted to Elger Esser, one of the Düsseldorf School’s prominent photographers.

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  • James Rosenquist
    Paint­ing as Im­mer­sion
    November 18, 2017 - March 4, 2018
    Museum Ludwig
    Cologne, Germany

    In a ma­jor ex­hi­bi­tion by James Rosen­quist (1933–2017), for the first time ev­er the Mu­se­um Lud­wig will pre­sent works by this renowned rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Amer­i­can Pop Art in the con­text of their cul­tu­r­al, so­cial, and po­lit­i­cal di­men­sions. Along with archive ma­te­rials and doc­u­ments de­sig­nat­ed by the artist as source ma­te­rials, some of which have not pre­vi­ous­ly been ex­hi­b­it­ed, the show will re­veal a his­tor­i­cal cos­mos. Af­ter all, James Rosen­quist’s com­po­si­tions are to a large ex­tent the re­sult of his marked in­ter­est in the po­lit­i­cal events of his time.

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