Photography | me Collectors Room Berlin Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin, Germany | Wednesday 16 September 2015 - Friday 10 April 2015
The forthcoming exhibition "Cindy Sherman – Works from the Olbricht Collection" will be on view at me Collectors Room Berlin from 16 September 2015, on the occasion of Berlin Art Week, and will feature 65 photographs by the artist. Including works from almost all periods of her career, the collection provides a remarkable overview of the entire body of work.
Installation | Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden | Saturday 9 May 2015 - Monday 17 August 2015
Created especially for Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Ebba Bohlin’s site-specific installation Wandelstern takes its name from an old German word for a celestial body or ‘wanderstar’. The work consists of objects from our prop and stage-set storeroom, sound from the film Faust (the 1926 version directed by F. W. Murnau), as well as a still of the actor who portrayed Faust, Gösta Ekman the elder.
Installation | Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden | Friday 29 May 2015 - Sunday 20 September 2015
Slapstick, farce, suppressed desires,fears and tragedy – all these are found in John Bock’s original world of absurd,morbid humour. A world he creates out of cheap everyday products such as wiring,aluminium foil, cardboard and shaving cream...
Photography | Fotografiska Museum, Stockholm, Sweden | Friday 12 June 2015 - Sunday 27 September 2015
At its best, fashion makes it possible for a wider audience to discover what contemporary art and design is all about. The actual process, the sources of inspiration, the auras and ideas, an infinite and highly personal exploration paired with an powerful imagination – this and much more we find in the work of Inez and Vinoodh.
Photography | Fotografiska Museum, Stockholm, Sweden | Friday 22 May 2015 - Sunday 13 September 2015
Nick Brandt’s 2011 exhibition at Fotografiska was a great success. Now he is back with the final part of his trilogy about East Africa’s endangered natural world. The pictures are evidence of a frightening reality. Between 30,000 and 35,000 elephants are slaughtered every year, rhinoceros horns cost more than gold and there are 75 per cent fewer lions today than 20 years ago. We travel from the dream of what was to the nightmare that is.
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Installation | Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, Krakow, Poland | Friday 15 May 2015 - Sunday 27 September 2015
Gender in Art is another project in MOCAK's series that confronts significant civilisational themes with artist's interpretation. The international exhibition will feature works of about forty artists. The accompanying publication, beside documenting the exhibition, will be a collection of essays which will present the issue from different perspectives.
Multimedia | Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, Poland | Friday 12 June 2015 - Sunday 23 August 2015
"After Year Zero" investigates geographies of collaboration and the politics of universality after 1945, during the period of decolonization. The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw hosts the second presentation of the exhibition, which was initially produced and presented at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) Berlin in 2013. Museum of Modern Art together with HKW also announces the publication of an accompanying book of the same title.
Photography | Palazzo delle Exposizioni, Roma, Italy | Wednesday 29 April 2015 - Sunday 13 September 2015
David LaChapelle, the great American artist and photographer, comes back, after more than fifteen years, to the Palazzo delle Esposizioni with one of the most important and exhaustive retrospective exhibition of the artists work. There will be more than 150 works on view, some presented for the first time in a museum including many large-scale and vintage works.
Photography | Southampton Arts Center, New York, United-States | Saturday 15 August 2015 - Monday 7 September 2015
ICP is proud to present ¡Cuba, Cuba! at the Southampton Arts Center. This momentous exhibition includes more than 100 color and black-and-white photographs made from the 1950s to the present. ¡Cuba, Cuba! features work by over 30 Cuban photographers including icons Alberto Korda, Raúl Corrales, and Marucha (María Eugenia Haya), and American masters such as Hamptonites Burt Glinn and Elliott Erwitt.
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Photography | National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, United-States | Sunday 3 May 2015 - Thursday 3 September 2015
Washington, DC—The Memory of Time: Contemporary Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Acquired with the Alfred H. Moses and Fern M. Schad Fund, on view in the West Building from May 3 through September 13, 2015, will explore the complexity of the medium's relationship to time, memory, and history. Seventy-six works by 26 international artists will be presented at the Gallery for the first time. The Memory of Time is one of three stellar exhibitions that will commemorate the 25th anniversary of the National Gallery of Art’s photography program.
Photography | Foam, Amsterdam, Netherlands | Friday 12 June 2015 - Wednesday 2 September 2015
This summer, Foam presents Swinging Sixties London – Photography in the Capital of Cool. The thematic group show immerses visitors in the dazzling London of the sixties, an era bursting with possibilities. The presentation touches upon all of the remarkable developments in and around photography at the time: fashion, celebrities, music, magazines, design and social change. In the exhibition, Foam brings together the work of iconic photographers of the sixties – who in their heyday were often as famous as the stars in front of their cameras. Featuring work by Terence Donovan, Brian Duffy, John French, Norman Parkinson, John ‘Hoppy’ Hopkins, James Barnor, John Cowan, Eric Swayne and Philip Townsend.
Photography | Hamiltons Gallery, London, United-Kingdom | Thursday 2 July 2015 - Friday 14 August 2015
Hamiltons presents Polaroids, an exhibition by renowned fashion photographer Paolo Roversi, 2 July – 14 August 2015. Consisting of a selection of both colour and black and white Polaroids, shot in Roversi’s trademark 8 x 10” film, this selection from Roversi’s diverse and adventurous archive of work illustrates his status as one of fashion’s pre-eminent photographers.
Sculpture | Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany | Friday 27 February 2015 - Sunday 2 August 2015
In an artistic career spanning seven decades, Louise Bourgeois (1911, Paris – 2010, New York) created a unique body of work in a wide range of form, material and scale. In the 1940s, she pioneered the use of environmental installation for her work, and in the 1970s and 80s she would at times bring her sculpture into dialogue with theater and performance.
Painting | National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland | Saturday 9 May 2015 - Sunday 20 September 2015
This exhibition at the National Gallery of Ireland charts the two decades, the 1980s and 1990s and juxtaposes paintings from that period with works, principally multi-part photographic sequences, made over the past decade.
Photography | The Ravestijn Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands | Saturday 30 May 2015 - Saturday 18 July 2015
The Ravestijn Gallery is pleased to announce "Recycle (Prelude)" by Jean-Francois Lepage, an evocative new series of deconstructed and metamorphosed photographs from the artist’s image archive. Over the course of his career on the cutting edge of fashion photography, Lepage interrupted his photography by engraving, cutting or drawing on top of his original film. With these interventions in hand, Lepage has now pushed the border of photography further by fastening together disparate images to form a new narrative at once harmonious and unsettling.
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Installation | Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, United-States | Friday 26 June 2015 - Monday 12 October 2015
This major retrospective will survey the searing, deeply poetic work of Doris Salcedo (b. 1958, Bogotá, Colombia). Over the past three decades, Salcedo's practice has addressed the traumatic history of modern-day Colombia, as well as wider legacies of suffering stemming from colonialism, racism, and other forms of social injustice.
Painting | Gallery The Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland | Thursday 23 July 2015 - Sunday 4 October 2015
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane is delighted to present former Turner Prize nominee Stephen McKenna’s latest exhibition, Perspectives of Europe 1980 – 2014. This unique exhibition features works created throughout McKenna’s career, focusing specifically on cityscapes, parks and trees.
Photography | m97 Gallery, Shanghai, China | Saturday 13 June 2015 - Friday 31 July 2015
"Continuum", Dong Wensheng’s latest series, is comprised of 12 new unique black and white works that have been hand-colored to create this new chapter of experimental works. “Continuum” is an exploration the artist conducted using experimental darkroom techniques. Returning to the chemical and material roots of photography, the artist’s newest camera-less works become alchemic creations of time and space.
Photography | Galería Juan Silió, Santander, Spain | Friday 5 June 2015 - Wednesday 5 August 2015
The focus of his work is on key elements of our modern society driven and controlled by computer and information technologies. Najjar, widely seen as a visual futurist, transmutes science, history and philosophy into visions and utopias of future social structures emerging under the impact of cutting-edge technologies. Michael Najjar's current outer space" work series deals with the latest developments in space flight and the way they will shape our future life on earth, in earth’s near orbit and on other planets.