international center of photography, new york, united-states
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The Decisive Moment
Photography | International Center of Photography, New York, United-States | Wednesday 23 May 2018 - Sunday 2 September 2018
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment examines Cartier-Bresson’s influential publication, widely considered to be one of the most important photobooks of the twentieth century. Pioneering for its emphasis on the photograph itself as a unique narrative form, The Decisive Moment was described by Robert Capa as “a Bible for photographers.” Originally titled Images à la Sauvette (“images on the run”) in the French, the book was published in English with a new title, The Decisive Moment, which unintentionally imposed the motto which would define Cartier-Bresson’s work.
albertina museum, vienna, austria
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Painting | Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria | Friday 16 March 2018 - Sunday 24 June 2018
The ALBERTINA Museum is devoting a sweeping exhibition to Keith Haring (1958–1990), who would have celebrated his 60th birthday in 2018. This presentation is intended to shed light on the output of this exceptional American artist from perspectives both art-historical and formal.
albertina museum, vienna, austria
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Photography | Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria | Wednesday 17 October 2018 - Sunday 17 February 2019
The ALBERTINA Museum is featuring this American photographer in a retrospective that brings together around 130 of her iconic works. Many of these photos come from Levitt’s personal estate, and this exhibition represents their first-ever public showing.
albertina museum, vienna, austria
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Photography | Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria | Wednesday 13 June 2018 - Sunday 7 October 2018
The ALBERTINA Museum is devoting a retrospective presentation to photographer Alfred Seiland (*1952), who is probably the best-known Austrian photographer internationally. Seiland was Austria’s first artistic photographer to work in color and deliberately follow in the footsteps of the founders of New Color Photography—William Eggleston, Joel Meyerowitz, and Stephen Shore.
albertina museum, vienna, austria
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Painting | Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria | Friday 21 September 2018 - Sunday 6 January 2019
Claude Monet (1840–1926) stands like no other painter for the impressionist style, and as the French “Master of Light”, he was also a central pioneer of 20th-century painting. He painted by the seaside, at Normandy’s rugged coastal cliffs, and on the banks of the Seine, with the water surfaces in his pictures reflecting the bright, vivid colours of lush vegetation in his summer landscapes and the frozen fog’s mysterious grey and blue in his winter ones.
royal academy of arts, london, united-kingdom
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Klimt / Schiele
Drawings from the Albertina Museum, Vienna
Drawing | Royal Academy of Arts, London, United-Kingdom | Sunday 4 November 2018 - Sunday 3 February 2019
See rare and fragile drawings by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, offering intimate insights into their artistic relationship and differing creative processes. This extraordinary collaboration with the Albertina Museum in Vienna marks the centenary of both artists’ deaths.
the art institute of chicago, chicago, united-states
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Painting | The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, United-States | Friday 4 May 2018 - Sunday 5 August 2018
Chicago native Ivan Albright (1897–1983) remains one of the most provocative artists of the 20th century, a “master of the macabre” famous for his richly detailed paintings of ghoulish subjects. The 1928 painting, Flesh, announced the theme that obsessed the artist throughout his career: the decaying human body. Late in life, he continued urging himself to "make flesh more like flesh than ever has been made before; make flesh close, close, and closer, until you feel it.”
kunsthaus bregenz, bregenz, austria
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Installation | Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria | Monday 1 January 2018 - Monday 2 April 2018
What is real? It seems not only products are being sold that promise an emotional, authentic involvement, but also experiences themselves. The French philosopher Tristan Garcia speaks of an »intense life« which may be enhanced even in relation to leisure and recreation. Absolute commercialization eschews nothing, not even historical taboos.
hayward gallery, london, united-kingdom
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Photography | Hayward Gallery, London, United-Kingdom | Thursday 25 January 2018 - Sunday 22 April 2018
Widely regarded as one of the most significant photographers of our time, Gursky is known for his large-scale, often spectacular pictures that portray emblematic sites and scenes of the global economy and contemporary life. The exhibition will feature approximately 60 of the artist’s ground-breaking photographs, from the 1980s through to his most recent work, which continues to push the boundaries of the medium.
the metropolitan museum of art, new york, united-states
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History Refused to Die
Multimedia | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United-States | Tuesday 22 May 2018 - Sunday 23 September 2018
This exhibition will present 30 paintings, sculptures, drawings, and quilts by self-taught contemporary African American artists to celebrate the 2014 gift to The Metropolitan Museum of Art of works of art from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation. The artists represented by this generous donation all hail from the American South.
lianzhou foto, lianzhou, china
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Lianzhou Foto Festival
Your Selfie Stick (and you)
Photography | Lianzhou Foto, Lianzhou, China | Saturday 2 December 2017 - Tuesday 2 January 2018
We live in a digital culture that has completely transformed our visual habits. We witness and participate in the mass use of the “me” – previously reserved to but a few – because this staging is the only way to prevail in this world of visual competitiveness. However, when faced with this overexposure of images, we should ask ourselves where the creator of images is positioned.
camera work gallery, berlin, germany
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Photography | CAMERA WORK Gallery, Berlin, Germany | Saturday 9 December 2017 - Saturday 24 February 2018
The exhibition includes new works from the eagerly-awaited new series »1406« that have never been exhibited before. Christian Tagliavini has worked for more than two years on his new series. In the exhibition's second part, main works from previous series such as »1503«, »Carte« and »Voyages Extraordinaires« will be shown.
immagis fine art photography, munich, germany
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Elephants in Heaven
Photography | Immagis Fine Art Photography, Munich, Germany | Thursday 23 November 2017 - Saturday 27 January 2018
The insightful animal portraits of the “orphan elephants”, which are being cared for by the “David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust”, have become a real affair personal matter for him. After initial exhibitions of the portraits in 2009, Joachim Schmeisser received prestigious international awards, including the much sought-after Hasselblad Master Award 2012.
kunsthandel jörg maaß, berlin, germany
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Photography | Kunsthandel Jörg Maaß, Berlin, Germany | Friday 24 November 2017 - Friday 27 April 2018
Annie Leibovitz is the title of a new exhibition at Jörg Maaß Kunsthandel with more than 30 of Leibovitz‘ most famous portraits of prominent personalities, opening on November 24, 2017. For many years this is the first solo exhibition in Germany, presenting the work of the American photographer. The exhibition is dedicated exclusively to Leibovitz as a portrait photographer.
the lumiere brothers center for photography, moscow, russia
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Couturier of the French Photography
Photography | The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography, Moscow, Russia | Friday 22 September 2017 - Sunday 3 December 2017
The exhibition of Jean-Marie Périer, master of the French photographic scene will be among first projects opening the new art season at The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography. Author of the outstanding portraits of the celebrities from the world of music, cinema and fashion Périer worked for the best-known magazines and brands and created a striking portrait series of the XX century luminaries.
louvre abu dhabi, abu dhabi, united arab emirates
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From One Louvre to Another
Mixed media | Louvre Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates | Thursday 21 December 2017 - Saturday 17 March 2018
The inaugural special exhibition, From One Louvre to Another: opening a museum for everyone, traces the history of Musée du Louvre in Paris. Divided into three sections, the exhibition will look at the royal collections at Versailles under King Louis XIV, followed by the residency of the Academy and Salons in this palace for artists, and conclude with the creation of the modern Musée du Louvre. It will feature approximately 145 significant paintings, sculptures, decorative arts and other pieces from the collections of Musée du Louvre and Château de Versailles.
company, new york, united-states
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Truant: Photographs, 1970-1979
Photography | COMPANY, New York, United-States | Sunday 22 October 2017 - Sunday 26 November 2017
Throughout the 1970s, filmmaker Barbara Hammer toured the United States, Africa, and Europe, making film after film about women and the lesbian experience, neither of which had seldom been seen by a woman, for women on screen before. She made a slew of now-legendary experimental films, including Sisters! (1973), Dyketactics (1974), Multiple Orgasm (1976), Sappho (1978), and Double Strength (1978), more or less inventing lesbian cinema at a time when such material had largely been relegated to the pornographic imagination of male artists and filmmakers.
urban spree galerie, berlin, germany
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Photography | Urban Spree Galerie, Berlin, Germany | Friday 20 October 2017 - Sunday 12 November 2017
« Primitive Acids » is the first German solo show of the French experimental analog photographer Thomas Gosset a.k.a. Toums. Wandering between his native Bordeaux and Berlin, Toums redefines the medium of analog artistic photography by attacking his negatives with acids, ink, paint and other physical alterations and combining his skillsets with a dark contemporary mythology.
museum of modern art, san francisco, united-states
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Photography | Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, United-States | Saturday 30 September 2017 - Sunday 4 February 2018
Unprecedented in scope and scale, this major retrospective of seminal photographer Walker Evans views his work through the lens of one of his obsessions — the American vernacular, or the language of everyday life found in roadside attractions, postcards, storefronts, and signage across the country.
solomon r. guggenheim museum, new york, united-states
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Installation | Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, United-States | Friday 9 February 2018 - Wednesday 9 May 2018
The first comprehensive survey in the United States of work by Danish artist Danh Vo (b. 1975, Bà Ria, Vietnam) will fill the ramps of the Guggenheim’s rotunda, offering an illuminating overview of Vo’s production from the past 15 years, including a number of new projects created on the occasion of the exhibition.
kunsmuseum, basel, switzerland
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The breakthrough years, 1911–1919
Painting | Kunsmuseum, Basel, Switzerland | Saturday 16 September 2017 - Sunday 21 January 2018
Chagall—The Breakthrough Years, 1911–1919 brings Marc Chagall’s early oeuvre into focus. The exhibition was designed around the extraordinary ensemble of outstanding paintings by the French artist in the collections of the Kunstmuseum Basel and the Im Obersteg Foundation.
moderna museet, stockholm, sweden
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Photography | Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden | Saturday 25 March 2017 - Sunday 7 January 2018
See contemporary Swedish photography! We are featuring recently-acquired photo-based works by Miriam Bäckström, Linda Hofvander, Jenny Källman, Tova Mozard, Julia Peirone, Eva Stenram, and Martin Karlsson Tebus.
museum of contemporary art krakow, krakow, poland
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Artists from Krakow
The Generation 1970–1979
Multimedia | Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow, Krakow, Poland | Friday 20 October 2017 - Sunday 1 April 2018
In the series of presentations Artists from Krakow we address the artistic legend of the city, blessed since the mid-nineteenth century with many outstanding talents. Krakow has been famous for its many firsts – the first academy of fine arts in Poland (1818), the first national museum (1879) and the first Institute of Art History in the country (1882). The city is synonymous with culture, which today is Krakow’s main industry.
the national museum of art, oslo, norway
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Photography | The National Museum of Art, Oslo, Norway | Friday 1 September 2017 - Sunday 14 January 2018
From the 1950s, an artistic trend emerged in European architectural photography. A number of photographers explored architectonic form as a means of artistic expression. In Norway, Bjørn Winsnes (1925–2012) was the foremost exponent of this movement. The photographs in this exhibition depict buildings by architects such as Erling Viksjø, Eliassen and Lambertz-Nilssen, Robert Esdaile and Geir Grung. Winsnes highlights the sculptural shapes and tactile surfaces of the architecture. Many of the photos appear as abstract compositions; others give insight into a social setting, as was typical of Nordic architectural photography of the period.
fundación proa, buenos aires, argentina
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Sculpture | Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires, Argentina | Saturday 18 November 2017 - Sunday 25 February 2018
Ai Weiwei, activist and one of the most outstanding artists, today inaugurates in Proa Foundation an anthological exhibition with the most representative works of his works. A tour of pieces that evoke political persecution - constant in his life and work; allegations of violations of human rights; migrations and refugees, among other issues that motivate the historical review and contemporary debate.
museo universitario arte contemporáneo, méxico, mexico
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Painting | Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, México, Mexico | Saturday 26 August 2017 - Sunday 14 January 2018
Yves Klein is the first retrospective in Latin America on the pioneering artist of action art and the immaterial practices of contemporary art. The exhibition charts a course through more than 75 artworks and an extensive selection of documents—letters, drawings, photographs and films—taking in the great variety of facets the artist developed over his short but intense and prolific career (1954-1962).
tokyo metropolitan art museum, tokyo, japan
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Van Gogh & Japan
Painting | Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan | Tuesday 24 October 2017 - Monday 8 January 2018
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was profoundly interested in Japan. From his Paris period to his early days in Arles, he collected ukiyo-e prints and writings on Japanese culture. Conversely, Japanese artists and intellectuals became enamored of Van Gogh after his death and made pilgrimages to his grave in Auvers-sur-Oise in France. Through some 40 of Van Gogh’s oil paintings and sketches plus 50 works by Japanese ukiyo-e artists and Van Gogh’s contemporaries, and abundant historical materials, this exhibition explores the mutual fascination between Van Gogh and Japan, and presents fascinating new perspectives.
crocker art museum, sacramento, united-states
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Painting | Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, United-States | Sunday 8 October 2017 - Sunday 7 January 2018
A look at the artist's early work and evolution to maturity through 100 paintings and drawings that precede his shift to figuration.
tate modern, london, united-kingdom
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The EY Exhibition Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy
Painting | Tate Modern, London, United-Kingdom | Thursday 8 March 2018 - Sunday 9 September 2018
The EY Exhibition Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy is one of the most significant shows the gallery has ever staged. Taking visitors on a month-by-month journey through 1932, a time so pivotal in Picasso’s life and work that it has been called his ‘year of wonders’. More than 100 outstanding paintings, sculptures and works on paper demonstrate his prolific and restlessly inventive character. They strip away common myths to reveal the man and the artist in his full complexity and richness.
tate liverpool, liverpool, united-kingdom
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Painting | Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, United-Kingdom | Friday 22 September 2017 - Sunday 17 June 2018
Explore over 20 works charting Roy Lichtenstein’s (1923–1997) early interest in landscape to his iconic pop paintings influenced by comic strips and advertising imagery. The free display also presents Lichtenstein’s three-screen installation, his only work with film, which was made after spending two weeks at Universal Studios in 1969. A rare opportunity to see Lichtenstein’s work in the north of England, It’s an exhibition not to be missed.
the metropolitan museum of art, new york, united-states
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At The Met
Sculpture | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United-States | Saturday 16 September 2017 - Monday 15 January 2018
On the centenary of the death of Auguste Rodin (1840–1917), The Metropolitan Museum of Art will celebrate its historic collection of the artist's work. Nearly 50 marbles, bronzes, plasters, and terracottas by Rodin, representing more than a century of acquisitions and gifts to the Museum, will be displayed in the newly installed and refurbished B. Gerald Cantor Sculpture Gallery (gallery 800).
galerie richard, new york, united-states
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Dialectical Landscape - Thinking Central Park
Architecture | Galerie Richard, New York, United-States | Wednesday 5 July 2017 - Sunday 27 August 2017
Skyscrapers and Central Park co-exist dialectically. "Central Park is essentially a void. A 13.123 x 2.625 feet void. It was conceived on the basis of an idea of spatiality where density was to be developed, but it is the density of the buildings of Manhattan, in their hyper-growth expansion, that has traced out that recreational rectangle for the dispersion of Homo faber. That is, the park is a void because it works as a courtyard inside the urban detention". In Thinking Central Park the artist fills the space with constructions considered as shelters. At the opposite in Dialectical Landscape he adds some empty spaces for recreational or mobility purposes.