Patricia Piccinini: CARE
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Patricia Piccinini: CARE 25th May, 2024 – 6th October, 2024 Museum MACAN AKR Tower Level M Jalan Panjang No. 5 Kebon Jeruk Jakarta Barat 11530, Indonesia Museum MACAN announces the upcoming solo exhibition of globally recognized Australian artist Patricia Piccinini for the first time in Indonesia, which will open to the public on 25 May 2024. Titled CARE, the exhibition will be curated by Tobias Berger. As Piccinini’s large-scale survey exhibition, CARE will present over forty life-size sculptures, three large video installations, along with Celestial Field (2021), a spectacular installation o ..read more
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Hiroshi Senju: Between Movement and Stillness
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Hiroshi Senju: Between Movement and Stillness March 8, 2024 – April 27, 2024 Sundaram Tagore Gallery 5 Lock Road 01 –05, Gillman Barracks Singapore We are pleased to present paintings by the internationally renowned artist Hiroshi Senju (b. 1958, Tokyo), best known for his monumental Waterfalls, which are in renowned museums and prominent public spaces across the globe. This exhibition offers a compelling overview of Senju’s signature series, including monochromatic, fluorescent, multicolored, and platinum-pigment Waterfalls. The exhibition, which shines a light on the evolution and many nuanc ..read more
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Eva Dixon and Benedikte Klüver: LANDS END
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Eva Dixon and Benedikte Klüver: LANDS END 12th April, 2024 – 13th April, 2024 MAMA 10 Greatorex Street London E1 5NF MAMA is proud to present LANDS END, a duo exhibition with Eva Dixon and Benedikte Klüver. The exhibition brings together a pairing who are both totally fixated on world-building fictional universes and maps inspired by their own personal histories, and the legacy of their mediums. Working in both large scale oil paintings and refined geometric tapestries, Klüver’s dramatic hues harmonise and clash in repetitive horizons across her works. ‘I believe colours have different tempera ..read more
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Gioele Amaro: Missing Figures
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Gioele Amaro: Missing Figures April 11, 2024 — May 18, 2024 Almine Rech London Grosvenor Hill Broadbent House London W1K 3JH Almine Rech London is pleased to present Missing Figures, Gioele Amaro’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, on view from April 11 to May 18, 2024. Missing Figures is an exhibition to which you will always arrive too late. As we stand, catching our breath before the first of the works, we are met by the radiating aura of a figure just gone. Throughout the show, Amaro teases us with perpetual almost-meetings. Domed structures that call to mind Byzantine iconography g ..read more
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Tschabalala Self: Around the Way
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Tschabalala Self: Around the Way 8 May 2024 – 4 May 2025 EMMA: Espoo Museum of Modern Art Exhibition Centre WeeGee Ahertajantie 5, Tapiola Espoo Finland EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the Saastamoinen Foundation, is delighted to present Around the Way, US artist Tschabalala Self’s first solo exhibition in Finland. This expansive presentation is part of the InCollection series of exhibitions co-produced by the museum and the foundation. On view from 8 May 2024 until 5 May 2025, Around the Way includes nearly 20 works, including recent paintings, life-size sculptures an ..read more
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COPE2: A Crusade of Graffiti Bombing by a King of Destruction
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The 1980s in New York marked a germinative period for the city’s graffiti scene, transforming it into a veritable kingdom rife with excitement and rebellious creativity. The rhythmic sound of shaking spray cans echoed through the city’s night, becoming the unofficial anthem of the streets. Graffiti writers, each armed and ready, were all striving to make their name known. COPE2 at D’Stassi Art Image courtesy of Art Plugged We became King of the 4 Line COPE2 Writing, tagging, and bombing, they left enigmatic signatures sprawled across the walls as cryptic signs and symbols of individuality. Ea ..read more
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COPE2: A King’s Destroyer Crusade of Graffiti Bombing
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by Len Gordon
4d ago
The 1980s in New York marked a germinative period for the city’s graffiti scene, transforming it into a veritable kingdom rife with excitement and rebellious creativity. The rhythmic sound of shaking spray cans echoed through the city’s night, becoming the unofficial anthem of the streets. Graffiti writers, each armed and ready, were all striving to make their name known. COPE2 at D’Stassi Art Image courtesy of Art Plugged We became King of the 4 Line COPE2 Writing, tagging, and bombing, they left enigmatic signatures sprawled across the walls as cryptic signs and symbols of individuality. Ea ..read more
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Protected: Emma Kohlmann: A Watercolour Journey into Form, Gender and Sensuality
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Aigana Gali: Light Works
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Aigana Gali: Light Works 7th March, 2024 – 20th April, 2024 SETAREH Königsallee 27-31 40212 Düsseldorf SETAREH is honoured to present the debut exhibition of the visionary force which is Aigana Gali, a painter who has within a decade made a body of work for the ages. In her first exhibition with the gallery, Gali presents images which contain ancient knowledge that comes to her similarly to images of Hilma af Klint, a spiritual process that she describes as ‘excavating the light’. Aigana Gali UMAI II, 2023 Acrylic and oil on canvas 160 x 130 cm Born on the ancient crossing of the Great Silk Ro ..read more
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Anonymous Time
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Anonymous Time featuring Woojung Ghil, Suyeon Kim, Sukyung Chung 12th April, 2024 – 10th May, 2024 The Stroll gallery | Stella A&C The Stroll gallery Unit 504, 5F Vanta Industrial Centre 21-23 Tai Lin Pai Road, Kwai Chung The Stroll Gallery in Hong Kong will be hosting a month-long group exhibition titled “Anonymous Time” from April 12th to May 10th. The exhibition features three Korean female artists: Woojung Ghil, Suyeon Kim, and Sukyung Chung. Through 30 unique paintings and glassworks, each artist showcases their distinctive style, offering viewers a special sensory experience ..read more
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