MuDeTo Yearbook - Vol. III | MUDETO - Museo del Design Toscano Association

MUDETO - Museo del Design Toscano Association
 FROM APRIL 2018 | MuDeTo Yearbook - Vol. III

Big Objects not always Silent is the telling title for Nathalie Du Pasquier's first solo-exhibition in Austria. Covering an artistic career spanning 35 years, the exhibition brings together her paintings and patterns, sculptures and designs, constructions, carpets, and ceramics to create a world of different cities, of architectures and forms that fall under one roof to build a new understanding of how her practice has evolved.
July 15-November 13, 2016.

Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier
 > 13 NOV. 2016 
Museumsplatz 1 - 1070 Vienna

Secession presents three exhibitions until August 28, 2016. Vincent Fecteau's abstract sculptures defy summary description. Out of everyday staples like papier-mâché, cardboard, pictures from magazines, and paint, he fashions complex objects in which spaces simultaneously collapse and explode.
At the Secession, Vincent Fecteau presents a new series of ten painted sculptures.
Manon de Boer. Giving Time to Time, Manon de Boer primarily works with film and her art often subjects the medium itself to critical scrutiny: she insistently probes the interplay between image and sound and questions the power of pictures as well as their claim to truth.
The painter and illustrator Valerio Adami is widely regarded as an eminent representative of Italian Pop art. His exhibition in the Secession's Grafisches Kabinett is the artist's first solo show in Austria and showcases a series of paintings from his less well-known early oeuvre. Created before 1964, these works stand out for the particularly dynamic interplay between expressive abstraction and stylized figuration.
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm.

 > 28 AUG. 2016 
Friedrichstraße 12 - 1010 Vienna
T +43 1 587530711 | F +43 1 587530734

Appropriation, storytelling, and reenactment, are some of the strategies that Mexican artist Mario García Torres uses to uncover (hidden) histories, narratives, and strategies embedded in sites and places, in order to highlight the limitations of factual evidence and the agency of historical records and objects. Mario García Torres. An Arrival Tale detaches the works by the artist in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary collection from their original contexts and descriptions and offers them as a collection of narratives and artistic experiments open for reinscription. The exhibition seeks to collect, describe, and complicate narratives of transplantation, pointing to migrations, displacements, relocations, and resettlements, which span both time and disparate geographies.
June 17-November 20, 2016. Hours: Wednesday-Thursday 12-5pm, Friday-Sunday 12-7pm.

Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary
 > 20 NOV. 2016 
Scherzergasse 1A - 1020 Vienna
T +43 1 5139856

CMRK is proud to present four exhibitions. CMRK is a network of four independent institutions for contemporary art based in Graz: Camera Austria, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien (KM-), < rotor >, and Grazer Kunstverein.

Friedl Kubelka. Atelier d'Expression (Dakar) at Camera Austria June 11-August 14, 2016.

Keren Cytter: Selection. Darja Bajagic: Unlimited Hate at Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien June 11-September 8, 2016.

Dark Chapters at < rotor > June 11-September 10, 2016.

Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen. Eine Wanderausstellung at Grazer Kunstverein June 11-August 7, 2016.

 > 07 AUG. 2016 [Keegan & Rosen] 
 > 14 AUG. 2016 [Kubelka] 
 > 08 SEP. 2016 [Cytter] 
 > 10 SEP. 2016 [Chapters]


Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto (b. 1964) is one of the brightest names in the international contemporary art scene. In his installations, Ernesto Neto. Boa (Jibóia) continues the tradition of Brazilian modernism, an approach strongly characterised by the viewers' presence and participation. Through his art, Neto offers a moment of respite from the bustle of everyday life, calming the mind and tuning the senses.
Inspired originally by the shape of the head of a boa constrictor, the installation contains elements that Neto has been using in his work for more than 20 years: the unity of humanity and nature, sensuousness, experientiality and the production of positive energy.
The exhibition also reflects Neto's views on respecting the rights and traditions of indigenous peoples and the appreciation of cultural difference.
March 4-September 4, 2016.

Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
 > 04 SEP. 2016 
Mannerheiminaukio 2 - FI-00100 Helsinki

The exhibition Calm and Exaltation. Van Gogh in the Bührle Collection, taking place at the Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles in spring and summer 2017, presents an ensemble of eight paintings that are representative of the artist's dazzling stylistic progression over the course of his brief career.
In 2017 Alice Neel: Painter of Modern Life makes a lengthy stop at the Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles. Bringing together more than 70 paintings from numerous institutions and private collections, this landmark exhibition allows us to grasp the scope of Neel's oeuvre. As an artist who devoted herself to portraiture, Neel went against the dominant ideology in post-war New York, where abstraction was the ensign of contemporary art.
t is no coincidence, therefore, that two Sculptures by Rebecca Warren stand in the entrance courtyard of the Fondation. Through the medium of bronze sculpture painted in variegated colours, Warren interrogates an art history written by men and transforms these references into a dreamlike and disturbing amalgam.
Until September 17, 2017.

Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles
 > 17 SEP. 2017 
35ter rue du Docteur Fanton - 13200 Arles
T +33 4 90 93 08 08

The Centre Pompidou in Paris presentss the first major "prospective retrospective" of Ross Lovegrove's work. The exhibition will stay open until July 3, 2017 and includes, among others, the products which the designer has developed with Moroso during their longstanding partnership. Within the Convergence exhibition it will in fact be possible to trace the history of the relationship between the designer and the company, partner in the scheme together with other brands, which saw the birth of important projects that highlight in exemplary fashion the main aspects underpinning Lovegrove's philosophy, bearer of a global vision of design rooted in the evolution process of nature.

Centre Pompidou
 > 03 JUL. 2017 
Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris
Tel+33 1 44 78 12 33

The work of Maurizio Cattelan provokes debates, reactions, thoughts.
Monnaie de Paris houses Maurizio Cattelan's largest European exhibition ever. From October 21, 2016 to January 8, 2017, Not Afraid of Love, curated by Chiara Parisi, director of Cultural Programs, sets Maurizio Cattelan's "comeback at work" in one of the most beautiful Palaces on the river Seine.
"Not Afraid of Love, it's a contradiction in terms: love might be the solution of every problem in the world, but there's no love in exhibition. The lack of love, or the quest for love, is the engine that moves every creature, and the cause of every war, probably".
Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-7pm, Thursday 11am-10pm.

Monnaie de Paris
 > 08 JAN. 2017 
11 Quai de Conti - 75006 Paris

Fondation Louis Vuitton presents the exhibition Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection from October 22, 2016, to February 20, 2017. This forms part of the official programme of the France-Russia year of cultural tourism 2016-17 and constitutes one of its most prominent events. It pays tribute to one of the greatest art patrons of the early 20th century, Sergei Shchukin, the visionary Russian collector of French modern art.

Fondation Louis Vuitton
 > 20 FEB. 2017 
Bois de Boulogne 8, Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi- 75116 Paris

From July 8 to December 15, 2016, Rochechouart Museum of Contemporary Art (France) presents Lucy's Iris. Women African Artists, an exhibition of works by 25 female artists from Africa. Their highly diverse styles are represented in over 40 artworks that provide a glimpse of the remarkable originality of African art today and in this case particularly through works being created by female artists. Lucy, whose skeleton was discovered on African soil and who was for a long time thought to be the oldest ancestor of the human race, lends her name to this exhibition.
Hours: Wednesday-Monday 10am-6pm.

Musée départemental d'art contemporain de Rochechouart
 > 15 DEC. 2016 
Place du Château - 87600 Rochechouart
T +33 5 55 03 77 77

Villa Arson presents four exhibitions:
Emmanuelle Lainé. Beneath the Surface are the Same Internal Organs as Everyone Else until August 29, 2016;
Eva Barto to set property on fire until August 29, 2016;
zhúzhalka group. Blue Sky Catastrophe; until August 29, 2016;
A propos! Promotion 2016 from July 2 to September 18, 2016.
Hours: Wednesday-Monday 2-6pm.

Villa Arson
 > 29 AUG. 2016 (Emmanuelle Lainé | Eva Barto | zhúzhalka group) 
 > 18 SEP. 2016 (A propos!) 
20 Avenue Stephen Liegeard - 06100 Nice
T +33 4 92 07 73 73

On the occasion of an exhibition of the Centre Pompidou's masterpieces embodying the synesthesia between composers and artists since the birth of abstraction, Centre Pompidou-Metz revives for the first time in France, and under the direction of Stephen Montague, the collective work by John Cage entitled Musicircus, created in 1967, and inviting musicians to play or perform in total freedom within an orchestra open to everyone.
More than ever, sound is used in the writing of a contemporary creation seeking a new language to counteract the overwhelming presence of images and offer an in-depth exploration of listening mechanisms.
Musicircus. Masterpieces from the collection of Centre Pompidou - Musée national d'art moderne until July 17, 2017 Hours: Wednesday-Monday 10am-6pm.

Centre Pompidou-Metz
 > 17 JUL. 2016 
1 Parvis des Droits de l'Homme - 57020 Metz

From March 9 to July 10, 2016, the macLYON presents the first French retrospective devoted to the work of Yoko Ono. Entitled Yoko Ono: Lumière de L'aube (Light of Dawn), the show brings together more than a hundred works, from the illustrated poems of 1952 to the big installations of 2016, encompassing performance, instructions, film, music, and writing. Faithful to the spirit of Yoko Ono's work, the exhibition can be seen, be heard, and above all, be experienced.
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday-Sunday 10am-7pm.

Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon
 > 10 JUL. 2016 
81 quai Charles de Gaulle - Cité Internationale - 69006 Lyon
T +33 4 72 69 17 17

La maison rouge in Paris, the Cité de la Céramique in Sèvres, and the Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht present CERAMIX. From Rodin to Schütte, the first international exhibition devoted to the use of ceramics in the twentieth and twenty first centuries. CERAMIX presents a selection of over 250 highlights of ceramic art from international museum and private collections.
It's the first exhibition to focus on the relationship between art and ceramics from the early 20th century to the present. The use of ceramic as a sculptural medium has really taken off in the 21st century and made an indelible mark on the art world.
Until June 5, 2016. Hours: Wednesday-Monday 11am-7pm, Thursday 11am-9pm.

La Maison Rouge
 > 05 JUN. 2016 
10 boulevard de la bastille - 75012 Paris
T +33 1 40 01 08 81 F +33 1 40 01 08 83

The Nouveau Musée National de Monaco has developed a new dynamic program at Villa Paloma in two spaces - the videoroom and the project space - focused on artists whose practices could interact and dialogue with the Duane Hanson exhibition in the main galleries and question the mutual relationship between the viewer and the work of art.
Videoroom: Oscar Murillo, meet me! Mr. Superman, 2013-15 This video depicts a street scene in Murillo's hometown of La Paila, Colombia, in which people are seen chatting, drinking, and dancing to live music. February 20-May 30, 2016.
Leticia Ramos, Vostok, 2014 (Collection NMNM) Leticia Ramos' artistic investigation focuses on the creation of photographic apparatuses and their relationship to the captation and reconstructing of movement and presentation on video, installation and photography. June 15-August 28, 2016.
Project Space: Roland Flexner By questioning the techniques he uses and exploring how forms are made, Flexner shares with other artists the confidence that, in order to see, we need to signify what appears, and turn it into signs. February 20-April 17, 2016.
Thomas Demand from the NMNM and UBS Art Collection Berlin-based artist Thomas Demand is known for his large-scale photographs exploring the gap between reality and its representation. April 29-August 28, 2016.

Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Paloma
 FEB. - 30 MAY 2016 | Oscar Murillo 
 JUN. - 15 AUG. 2016 | Leticia Ramos 
 FEB. - 20 APR. 2016 | Roland Flexner 
 APR. - 29 AUG. 2016 | Thomas Demand 
56 boulevard du Jardin Exotique - 98000 Monaco
T +377 98 98 20 95

The Nouveau Musée National de Monaco presents the work of late American sculptor Duane Hanson (1925-96) at Villa Paloma from February 20 until August 28, 2016. Throughout his forty-year career, Hanson created lifelike sculptures portraying working-class Americans and overlooked members of society. Reminiscent of the Pop Art movement of the time, his sculptures transform the banalities and trivialities of everyday life into iconographic material. The exhibition-initiated by the Serpentine Galleries, London-presents key works from the artist's oeuvre.
Hanson's early works comprised life-sized tableaux-depicting soldiers killed in action, police brutality and homeless people-that confront the viewer with devastating truths. Widespread criticism of his work Abortion in 1965 encouraged Hanson to formulate his social and political views as sculptures.

Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Paloma
 > 20 AUG. 2016 
56 boulevard du Jardin Exotique - 98000 Monaco
T +377 98 98 20 95

Vibration, stupefaction, "delightful horror," to quote Edmund Burke, are a few words to qualify the experience of the sublime: this singular feeling of attraction mixed with terror that we experience when we are confronted with the outburst and power of the elements. Born at the heart of the 18th century, this aesthetic and philosophic concept weaves the main thread of a reinterpretation of humanity's passionate history with nature. Gathering over a hundred artists, architects, and filmmakers worldwide, from Leonardo da Vinci to Rosa Barba, including, among others, William Turner, Susan Hiller, Dove Allouche, Werner Herzog, Lars von Trier, Robert Smithson, Agnes Denes, or Ana Mendieta, Sublime. The tremors of the world offers a dialogue between ancient and contemporary works. It explores the ambivalent and persisting attraction for the "Nature too far" (Victor Hugo) and catastrophes.
Until September 5, 2016.
Within the framework of the exhibition Sublime Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata recreates for Centre Pompidou-Metz one of his masterful pieces.
Tadashi Kawamata. Under the Water - Metz will be on view until August 15, 2016.
Hours: Wednesday-Monday 10am-6pm.

Centre Pompidou-Metz
 > 05 SEP. 2016 | Sublime. The tremors of the world 
 > 15 AUG. 2016 | Tadashi Kawamata. Under the Water - Metz 
1 Parvis des Droits de l'Homme - 57020 Metz

From February 6 to June 5, 2016, will be on view two new exhibitions: Daido Tokyo & Fernell Franco: Cali clair-obscur at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain in Paris.
Twelve years after his first exhibition at the Fondation Cartier in 2003, the eminent Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama will return to the foundation for a new exhibition that focuses on his recent work. Featuring a large selection of color photographs, Daido Tokyo will shed light on this lesser-known yet ubiquitous aspect of his photographic practice over the last two decades.
The Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain will present for the first time in Europe a comprehensive retrospective of the work of Fernell Franco, a major yet still under-recognized figure of Latin American photography. A photojournalist by profession, Fernell Franco developed a powerful personal body of work that addressed the precarious and conflicted nature of urban life in Cali, the city where he lived and worked for most of his career. The exhibition will bring together 140 photographs from 10 different series he produced between 1970 and 1996.
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 11am-8pm, Tuesday 11am-10pm.

Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain
 > 05 JUN. 2016 
261, boulevard Raspail - 75014 Paris
T +33 1 42 18 56 50

"My work is my body, my body is my work".
Through drawing, painting, photography and video, Helena Almeida (born Lisbon, 1934), calls into the question traditional disciplines, constantly seeking to transgress the limits of the canvas or the sheet of paper in order to create "habitable spaces" in which reality and representation intersect. In her works, her body, which is both subject and support, encounters and manipulates the surrounding world. As the site of both political and personal expression, it acts, touches, senses and marks, leaving behind it moving traces. Titled Corpus, the Jeu de Paume's retrospective presents, for the first time in France, a group of works that are emblematic of this major figure of contemporary Portuguese art, spanning the 1960s to the present day.
Helena Almeida. Corpus will be on view until May 22, 2016.

Jeu de Paume
 > 22 MAY 2016 
1, place de la Concorde - 75008 Paris

From January 2016, Fondation Louis Vuitton will be dedicated to the art scene in China. It will present Bentu, a temporary exhibition of artists from the mainland, and a selection of works from its collection. In addition, it will host a programme of events including music, cinema, performance, poetry and much more.
The temporary exhibition titled Bentu, Chinese artists at a time of turbulence and transformation, will be exhibited from January 27 until May 2, 2016.
The Collection A selection of Chinese works
Fourth Hang featuring works by Chinese artists will be exhibited from January 27-September 5, 2016.
3/ Multi-disciplinary events Music, cinema, performances, poetry will be exhibited from January 27-September 5, 2016.

Fondation Louis Vuitton Bois de Boulogne
 > 02 MAY 2016 | Bentu, Chinese artists at a time of turbulence and transformation 
 > 05 SEP. 2016 | The Collection A selection of Chinese works 
 > 27 SEP. 2016 | 3/ Multi-disciplinary events Music, cinema, performances, poetry 
8, Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi - 75116 Paris

The Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles highlights the resonance of Van Gogh's oeuvre in contemporary art by means of temporary exhibitions and a wide-ranging schedule characterized by diversity and contemporaneity. For its fourth exhibition programme, the Fondation welcomes David Hockney and Raphael Hefti, both of whom are making a return to Arles, having exhibited respectively in 1985 at the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie and on the occasion of the Fondation's inauguration in 2014.
David Hockney: The Arrival Of Spring and Raphael Hefti: On Core / Encore on view from 11 October 2015 to 10 January 2016. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11am-6pm.

Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles
 > 10 JAN. 2016 
35ter rue du Docteur Fanton - 13200 Arles
T +33 (0)4 90 93 08 08

First shown at ARC as part of the solo exhibition The Razzle Dazzle of Thinking in 2010, Sturtevant. The House of Horrors (The Ghost Train) was the last major installation by Sturtevant (1924-2014) and the magisterial culmination of her oeuvre. Donated by the artist, over 10,000 works have now been added to the permanent collection at the Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris.
Here the museum is paying tribute to Sturtevant with a year-long presentation of a work that is monumental not only in size-some 300 square metres in all-but also in critical terms. Donated by the artist and her dealer, Thaddaeus Ropac, in 2013, The House of Horrors has been given its own exclusive space as one of the flagship works at the Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris.
Through May 15, 2016. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm.

Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
 > 15 MAY 2016 
11 Avenue du Président Wilson - 75116 Paris
T +01 53 67 40 00

The [mac] musée d'art contemporain de Marseille announces the first major exhibition of Alfredo Jaar in a French museum titled Alfredo Jaar: Nous l'avons tant aimée, la révolution (We loved it so much, the revolution) from July 4, 2015 to January 10, 2016.
Recognized as one of the most uncompromising, compelling, and innovative artists working today, Jaar's work from the last 40 years does not cease to remind us of the ethical role of art and culture. Whether through simple photographs or ambitious installations, Alfredo Jaar enlightens and awakens the conscience of his public with a rare but vital poetry.
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm.

[mac] musée d'art contemporain
 > 10 JAN. 2016 
69 avenue d'Haïfa - 13008 Marseille


Zilberman Gallery-Berlin is pleased to announce I AM AND I AM NOT, the first solo show of artist Aisha Khalid in Berlin. The exhibition will take place at Zilberman Gallery-Berlin, at Goethestrasse between April 28 and July 31, 2017.
The exhibition consists of various paintings, a diptych in book form as well as a site-specific installation. Strongly influenced by the figurative miniature tradition of the Mughal Empire, the Pakistani-born artist Khalid, takes the tradition one step further and contemplates on contemporary issues such as the female figure, or say, the global politics and the uncertainty surrounding us, as apparent in her previous works.
Khalid's radical-yet-subtle criticism represents itself in the use of abstraction. Furthermore, the artist invites us to re-think certain problems from a non-European perspective; what looks out of focus might refer to the precariousness of our era.

Zilberman Gallery - Berlin
 > 31 JUL. 2017 
Goethestrasse 82 - 10623 Berlin

Whether in the form of delivery drones, smart sensors, or Industry 4.0-in recent years, robotics has been changing our everyday lives in fundamental ways. Design has a central role in this process, for it is designers who shape the interfaces between humans and machines. The Vitra Design Museum will present a major exhibition that examines the current boom in robotics in detail for the first time. Entitled Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine, the exhibition will showcase more than 200 exhibits from the fields of design and art-including robots used in the home, in nursing care, and in industry, as well as computer games, media installations, and countless references from film and literature. It will show the wide range of forms that robotics takes today and at the same time broaden our awareness of the associated ethical, social, and political issues.
February 11-May 14, 2017.

Vitra Design Museum
 > 14 MAY 2017 
Charles-Eames-Str. 2 - D-79576 Weil am Rhein

Among the holdings of the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main is an important collection of outstanding works of minimal art of the 1960s and '70s. In a major survey featuring nearly 50 artists, the MMK is now presenting the masterworks of this collection comprehensively for the first time. Seriality, conceptuality and industrial production were the new principles pursued by the minimalists Carl Andre, Walter De Maria, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd and Fred Sandback, who revolutionized art in the 1960s with their radical works. For the first time in the history of art, they used industrially manufactured or processed materials and reduced their works to basic geometric structures they termed "primary structures." With this title, the exhibition at the MMK 2 also makes direct reference to the very first exhibition of minimal art - the landmark show of the same name staged at the Jewish Museum in New York in 1966.
Artists of the exhibition: Carl Andre, Richard Artschwager, Jo Baer, Bernd und Hilla Becher, Michael Beutler, Benedikte Bjerre, Alighiero Boetti, Bill Bollinger, George Brecht, Marcel Broodthaers, Walter De Maria, Dan Flavin, Ceal Floyer, William Forsythe, Günther Förg, Isa Genzken, Hermann Goepfert, Bethan Huws, Donald Judd, On Kawara, Ellsworth Kelly, Joseph Kosuth, Gary Kuehn, Barry La Va, Robert Mangold, Teresa Margolles, Sarah Morris, Bruce Nauman, Kenneth C. Noland, Blinky Palermo, Steven Parrino, Angelika Platen, Charlotte Posenenske, Timm Rautert, Peter Roehr, Ulrich Rückriem, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Robert Ryman, Fred Sandback, Richard Serra, Paul Sharits, Santiago Sierra, Andreas Slominski, Lewis Stein, Heide Stolz, Franz Erhard Walther, Jonas Weichsel and Lawrence Weiner.
Primary Structures. Masterworks of Minimal Art February 22-August 13, 2017. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11am-6pm, Wednesday 11am-8pm.

MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main MMK 2
 > 13 AUG. 2017 
Taunustor 1 - 60310 Frankfurt am Main

The Städel Museum's programme for 2017 kicks off with an exhibition looking at the representation of spatial concepts in drawing and printmaking. From February 15 to May 14, 2017 Into the Third Dimension: Spatial Concepts on Paper from the Bauhaus to the Present will be shown in the Exhibition Hall of the museum's Department of Prints and Drawings. The show examines how such things as delineation, form, and volume, "inside" and "outside"-characteristics that define space and aid orientation-are represented in drawing and printmaking, in essence on flat, two-dimensional surfaces. The exhibition takes visitors on a tour beginning with the geometric compositions created in 1923 by El Lissitzky and László Moholy-Nagy, through to examples of printmaking in contemporary conceptual art.
It encompasses works by a total of 13 artists, including Lucio Fontana, Eduardo Chillida, Sol LeWitt, Blinky Palermo, James Turrell, and Michael Riedel.

Städel Museum
 > 14 MAY 2017 
Schaumainkai 63 - 60596 Frankfurt am Main
T +49 69 6050980 | F +49 69 605098111

Haus der Kunst - Program preview 2017
Harun Farocki: Counter-Music February 3-May 28, 2017. Harun Farocki (1944-2014) was a seminal figure amongst the filmmakers and intellectuals that emerged from the highly-charged political debates in Europe at the end of the 1960s.
FMP: The Living Music March 10-August 20, 2017. The record label and improvisational music production platform Free Music Production (FMP) was founded in West Berlin in 1968.
Thomas Struth: Figure May 5-September 17, 2017. This major exhibition of the renowned German photographer Thomas Struth (born 1954), presents a comprehensive survey of his genre-defining oeuvre.
Frank Bowling: Mappa Mundi June 23, 2017-January 7, 2018. In his exceptional career, which now spans six decades, Frank Bowling (*1934) has created some of the most ambitious and remarkable paintings of the British postwar period.
Blind Faith: Between the Visceral and the Cognitive in Contemporary Art October 20, 2017-February 18, 2018 Scrambled cartographies, unpredictable ecological developments, economic instability, the current migrant crisis, and terrorism are just some of the developments that have thrown the global order into question.
DER ÖFFENTLICHKEIT-Von den Freunden Haus der Kunst: Sarah Sze Haus der Kunst is proud to present Sarah Sze (*1969) as the upcoming artist for the annual commission dedicated to the Middle Hall of the building with the support and collaboration of the museum's Gesellschaft der Freunde.
Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-8pm, Thursday 10am-10pm.

Haus der Kunst
 > 28 MAY 2017 (Harun Farocki: Counter-Music) 
 > 10 MAR. - 20 AUG. 2017 (FMP: The Living Music) 
 > 05 MAY - 17 SEP. 2017 (Thomas Struth: Figure) 
 > 23 JUN. 2017 - 07 JAN. 2018 (Frank Bowling: Mappa Mundi) 
 > 20 OCT. 2017 - 18 FEB. 2018 (Blind Faith) 
Prinzregentenstrasse 1 D-80538 Munich
T +49 89 21127113

The Espace Louis Vuitton Munich continues its celebration of female artistic ingenuity in 2016 with a new monographic exhibition from the critically-acclaimed British artist, Tacita Dean, serving as the second edition of the Fondation Louis Vuitton's "Hors-les-murs" project in Munich. Conceived and produced under the artistic direction of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, the "Hors-les-murs" exhibition program introduces previously unseen artworks from its permanent collection to audiences of the Espaces culturels Louis Vuitton in Munich, Venice, Beijing, and Tokyo, thus realizing its mission to curate ambitious international art projects and share its collection with a broader public.
Working in a diverse range of media, including film, photography, drawing, painting, sound installation, found objects, and prints, Tacita Dean's practice commemorates the passing of time by documenting its imprints on natural elements, such as rocks and trees, and ageing bodies.
Tacita Dean.October 14, 2016-March 25, 2017. Hours: Monday-Friday 12-7pm, Saturday 10am-6pm.

Espace Louis Vuitton München
 > 25 MAR. 2017 
Maximilianstraße 2a - 80539 Munich
T +49 89 558938100

Haus der Kunst is proud to present Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965, a major exhibition that explores the complex histories of art of the postwar era. For the first time in recent exhibition history, the exhibition examines the vibrant and turbulent postwar period as a global phenomenon in which artistic perspectives were intertwined with social, political, cultural, and technological interests.
Until March 26, 2017. Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-8pm,?Thursday 10am-10pm.

Haus der Kunst
 > 26 MAR. 2017 
Prinzregentenstrasse 1 - D-80538 Munich
T +49 89 21127113

The Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt is presenting Blind Volumes, an installation realized by Berlin-based artist Rosa Barba (*1972), from September 23, 2016 until January 8, 2017. In this work created specifically for the Schirn, in which she responds to the openly accessible public setting of the rotunda, Barba combines the artistic media of film and sculpture. Inside the rotunda, she has erected an expansive, geometrically intricate steel construction consisting of some 80 serial framework elements. The work is 12 meters tall and nearly fills the entire lobby of the Schirn.

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
 > 08 JAN. 2017 
Römerberg -60311 Frankfurt am Main

This solo exhibition by Fiona Tan. Geography of Time features major film works alongside new installation environments by the artist. Tan has transformed the ground floor of the MMK into a parcours in which video projections, audio and sculptural works join in a concentrated reflection on the individual in an increasingly disjointed globalized world. Fundamental questions on the identity of man in the 21st century arise in the process: how do we see ourselves, and what determines our perspective on the "other"?
Until January 15, 2017. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm, Wednesday 10am-8pm.

MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main MMK 1
 15 JAN. 2017 
Domstraße 10 - 60311 Frankfurt am Main

Gülsün Karamustafa (b. 1946, lives and works in Istanbul) is one of the most important artists of the second half of the 20th century in Turkey, where her practice has had a major influence on younger generations of artists since the 1990s. Following the first retrospective of her work at SALT Istanbul in 2013, the Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin is now presenting the first comprehensive survey of Karamustafa's art to be shown in a museum outside Turkey. Spread over 1,000 square metres of exhibition space, Gülsün Karamustafa. Chronographia presents around 110 works dating from the 1970s to the present day.
Until October 23, 2016. Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm, Thursday 10am-8pm, Saturday-Sunday 11-6am.

Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin
 23 OCT. 2016 
Invalidenstrasse 50/51 - 10557 Berlin

With Katharina Grosse's paintings, the Museum Frieder Burda continues its series of monographic exhibitions of important international artists. In this context, Katharina Grosse, who has been considered one of the leading artists of her generation for many years now, adopts a very striking position. Her painting transcends, explodes and overshadows any kind of surface and turns it into a base on which to paint. In other words, it is directed at every surface in a room-walls, ceiling, floor-as well as the bodies and objects in the room.
Katharina Grosse June 10-October 9, 2016. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm.
Artist talk (in German): August 18, 7pm.

Museum Frieder Burda
 09 OCT. 2016 
Lichtentaler Allee 8 b - 76530 Baden-Baden
T +49 7221 398980 F +49 7221 3989830

In 2016, Haus der Kunst offers an expansive program of exhibitions ranging from focused monographic surveys to major thematic presentations. The hightlights of the year include Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965 from October 12, 2016 to March 26, 2017, a comprehensive exploration of the pivotal and defining moments of contemporary art history. Additionally, in cooperation with the Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, we present from March 25 to September 11, 2016 A History: Contemporary Art from the Centre Pompidou. The presentation will cover works from the late 1980s up to now. The year 1989 marked a break with the past and the start of a new era. The fall of the Berlin Wall toppled divisions in the world of European art, while the events of Tiananmen Square focused attention on a new China.
With nearly 50 works, the exhibition presents works drawn from all periods of James Casebere's career. James Casebere. Fugitive until June 12, 2016. Taking his lead from German Informel and American Minimalist Art, Michael Buthe became captivated by non-European cultures, from North Africa to the Middle East. July 8-November 20, 2016.
The films and photographs of artist duo Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige examine the quality of these media to capture and chronicle time and transition. October 28, 2016-February 12, 2017.
Improvise NOW! On December 2016 seeks to explore the vital links between music and modern/contemporary art.
Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-8pm, Thursday 10am-10pm.

Haus der Kunst
 > 12 JUN. 2016 | James Casebere 
 25 MAR. - 11 SEP. 2016 | A History: Contemporary Art from the Centre Pompidou 
 08 JUL. - 20 NOV. 2016 | Michael Buthe 
 12 OCT. 2016 - 26 MAR. 2017 | Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965 
 28 OCT. 2016 - 12 FEB. 2017 | Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige 
 DEC. 2016 | Improvise NOW! 
Prinzregentenstrasse 1 - D-80538 Munich
T +49 89 21127113

Museum Ludwig, Cologne presents Exhibitions in 2016:
HERE AND NOW. Heimo Zobernig February 20-May 22, 2016, Curator: Yilmaz Dziewior.
Fernand Léger: Painting in Space April 9-July 3, 2016, Curator: Katia Baudin.
Huang Yong Ping. 2016 Wolfgang Hahn Prize April 13-August 28, 2016, Award ceremony and opening: Tuesday, April 12, 6:30pm.
HERE AND NOW at Museum Ludwig. Home Visit October 8-November 27, 2016 Curator: Leonie Radine.
Master of Beauty: Karl Schenker's Glamorous Images September 10-December 30, 2016, Curator: Miriam Halwani.
We Call It Ludwig. The Museum Ludwig Is Turning 40! August 27, 2016-January 8, 2017, Curators: Stephan Diederich, Yilmaz Dziewior, Barbara Engelbach, Julia Friedrich, Miriam Halwani, Curatorial assistant: Leonie Radine.

Museum Ludwig, Cologne
 > 22 MAY 2016 | HERE AND NOW. Heimo Zobernig 
 09 APR. 22 - 03 JUL. 2016 | Fernand Léger 
 13 APR. 22 - 28 AUG. 2016 | Huang Yong Ping 
 08 OCT. 22 - 27 NOV. 2016 | HERE AND NOW at Museum Ludwig. Home Visit 
 10 SEP. 22 - 30 DIC. 2016 | Master of Beauty 
 27 AUG. 2016 - 08 JAN. 2017 | We Call It Ludwig 
Heinrich-Böll-Platz - 50667 Cologne

Great Britain

This winter starting from October 21, 2016 at Tate Liverpool features Yves Klein, Edward Krasinski and Cécile B. Evans, three artists who take a performative approach to art's relationship with the world. Their visions investigate how theatrical gesture and staging can activate people and spaces to generate artworks, scenarios and installations.
Over seven prolific years until his premature death, Yves Klein (1928-62) pursued an expansive approach to art encompassing painting, sculpture, performance, theatre, music, film, architecture, esoteric spirituality and even judo. Edward Krasinski (1925-2004) is one of the most significant Eastern European artists of the 20th century. Born in Lutsk, now Ukraine, he studied design at the Arts and Crafts School and later painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow in the 1940s.
Cécile B. Evans is interested in the increasing influence that new technologies have on the way we feel and the way we relate to each other.
Yves Klein: Theatre of the Void and Edward Krasinski until March 5, 2017, Cécile B. Evans until March 19, 2017.

Tate Liverpool
 > 05 MAR. 2017 | Yves Klein + Edward Krasinski 
 > 19 MAR. 2017 | Cécile B. Evans 
Albert Dock - Liverpool L3 4BB

Mazzoleni London presenta FONTANA / MELOTTI: Angelic Spaces and Infinite Geometries a cura di Daniela Ferrari, storica dell'arte e curatrice del Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto (MART).
La mostra analizza le linee parallele che si sono sviluppate nella teoria e nella pratica artistica di Lucio Fontana (1899-1968) e Fausto Melotti (1901-86).
Visibili fino al 18 novembre 2016. Lun-ven 10-18, sab 11-17.

 > 18 NOV. 2016 
27 Albemarle Street - London W1S 4HZ
T +44 (0)20 7495 8805

The Infinite Mix: Contemporary Sound and Image brings together recent audiovisual artworks that combine sounds and images in ways that are at once conceptually and emotionally immersive. Soulful and audacious in their exploration of wide-ranging subjects, these works use the medium of film and video to explore the poetics as well as the politics of music, performance and cultural history.
Featuring Martin Creed, Jeremy Deller & Cecilia Bengolea, Stan Douglas, Cyprien Gaillard, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Cameron Jamie, Kahlil Joseph, Elizabeth Price, Ugo Rondinone and Rachel Rose.
September 9-December 4, 2016.

The Hayward Gallery at The Store
 > 04 DEC. 2016 
180 The Strand - London WC2R 1EA

With the support of Sabanci Holding, Turkish filmmaker and artist Kutlug Ataman's monumental multi-image video installation The Portrait of Sakip Sabanci is being displayed at the The Royal Academy of Arts' Summer Exhibition 2016 until August 21, 2016.
This installation was commissioned by the Sabanci family in 2011 to mark the ten-year anniversary of the passing of Turkish business leader and philanthropist Mr. Sakip Sabanci, and was selected for display by leading British sculptor and Royal Academician Richard Wilson, who is coordinating this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.

Royal Academy of the Arts
 > 21 AUG. 2016 
Piccadilly Burlington House London W1J 0BD

Victoria Miro is delighted to announce a new exhibition by Yayoi Kusama. Spanning the gallery's three locations and waterside garden, the exhibition features new paintings, pumpkin sculptures, and mirror rooms, all made especially for this presentation. This is the artist's most extensive exhibition at the gallery to date, and it is the first time mirror rooms have gone on view in London since Kusama's major retrospective at Tate Modern in 2012.
Yayoi Kusama's lifelong exploration of the self's relationship to the infinite cosmos has given rise to a highly influential career in which she has continuously innovated and re-invented her style. For the exhibition at the Wharf Road galleries, she has created three mirror rooms: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins, Chandelier of Grief and Where the Lights in My Heart Go, all of which place the viewer within a universe of varying proliferating reflections. May 25-July 30, 2016.

Victoria Miro
 > 30 JUL. 2016 
16 Wharf Road - London N1 7RW

Victoria Miro Mayfair
 > 30 JUL. 2016 
14 St George Street - London W1S 1FE

This summer, Tate Liverpool presents two of the 20th century's foremost painters of the human body, Francis Bacon (1909-1992) and Maria Lassnig (1919-2014). Born just ten years apart, both artists devoted their careers to staging the figure, evoking bodily sensation and the human condition. We also present the first museum exhibition of New York-based painter Ella Kruglyanskaya (born 1978). Deeply committed to the many possibilities of painting, Kruglyanskaya emphasises the medium's relevance in our image-saturated society.
Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms - Maria Lassnig - Ella Kruglyanskaya will be on view until September 18, 2016.

Tate Liverpool
 > 18 SEP. 2016 
Albert Dock - Liverpool L3 4BB
T +0151 702 7400

Mona Hatoum creates a challenging vision of our world, exposing its contradictions and complexities. Hot Spot is a steel cage-like neon globe which buzzes with an intense, mesmerising yet seemingly dangerous energy. Elsewhere electricity crackles through household objects, making the familiar uncanny.
This is the first major survey of Hatoum's work in the UK, covering 35 years from her early radical performances and video pieces, to sculptures and large-scale installations.
May 4-August 21, 2016.

Tate Modern
 > 21 AUG. 2016 
Bankside - London SE1 9TG

Liverpool Biennial, 14-18 NOW WW1 Centenary Art Commissions and Tate Liverpool have commissioned one of the major figures of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, to "dazzle" a Mersey Ferry.
This is the third in the series of Dazzle Ship commissions, following Induction Chromatique à Double Fréquence pour l'Edmund Gardner Ship / Liverpool. Paris 2014 by Carlos Cruz-Diez on the Liverpool Waterfront, and Tobias Rehberger's Dazzle Ship on the River Thames in London. Sir Peter's design titled Everybody Razzle Dazzle will cover the Mersey Ferry Snowdrop, surrounding the passenger vessel with a distinctive pattern that can be seen for the next two years, as it continues its commuter service, River Explorer and Manchester Ship Canal Cruises; making this the first of the Dazzle Ship commissions to be a working vessel. Peter Blake (b. 1932) is a leading figure in the development of British pop art.
Unlike other forms of camouflage, "dazzle" works not by concealing but by baffling the eye, making it difficult to estimate a target's range, speed and direction. Artist Norman Wilkinson, credited with inventing the technique, explained that dazzle was intended primarily to mislead the enemy; each ship's dazzle pattern, realised in monochrome and colour, was unique in order to avoid making classes of ships instantly recognisable to enemy U-boats and aircraft.
April 2015-end of 2016.

River Mersey - Liverpool
 > DEC. 2016









Principality of Monaco

The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco presents the monographic exhibition Philippe Pasqua. Borderline. His monumental works, most of which have been tailor-made for this show, will stand alongside the Museum's mythical collection to create a unique dialogue.
In his work Philippe Pasqua experiments with the notion of limits. He flirts with the brink, brushes against boundaries and breaks free of them. Violent and raw, his oeuvre disturbs as much as it fascinates, placing the visitor in a dilemma: to gaze intently or to turn away, a mechanism of defence rather than one of indifference. "Pasqua questions, raises concerns and unsettles his audience, but never leaves unmoved. His work provides the ideal trigger for raising awareness in favour of marine and terrestrial life," explains Robert Calcagno, director of the Oceanographic Museum.
May 5-September 30, 2017. Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-7pm.

Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
 > 30 SEP. 2017 
Avenue Saint-Martin - MC-98000 Monaco
T +377 93 15 36 00
F +377 93 50 52 97

The Nouveau Musée National de Monaco presents the exhibition Poïpoï, Une Collection Privée à Monaco (A Private Collection in Monaco) curated by Cristiano Raimondi, a tribute to a couple of Monaco-based collectors and their pioneer spirit of decipherment.
The curiosity of F and J Merino, their encounters with Nice-based artists during the 1960s, and, in particular, their frequent visits to Ben's shop ("Laboratoire 32") would encourage them to develop an interest in contemporary art, which would blossom into a passion.
February 24-April 30, 2017. Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-6pm.

Nouveau Musée National de Monaco
 > 30 APR. 2017 
Villa Sauber
17, avenue Princesse Grace - 98000 Monaco
T +377 98 98 20 95

The Netherlands

The Bonnefantenmuseum (Maastricht, the Netherlands), Cité de la céramique (Sèvres, France) and la Maison Rouge (Paris) are presenting CERAMIX, a large exhibition about the use of ceramics by artists of the 20th and 21st century including Matisse, Rodin, Picasso, Thomas Schütte and Ai Weiwei. Through more than 250 artworks, CERAMIX tells the story of ceramic art with a strong focus on the post-war production of artistic ceramics and the contemporary art of Europe, North America and Asia. The artists selected have used the material in a variety of ways: from paintings and sculptures to installations in mixed techniques. The exhibition is presented both chronologically and thematically, and also includes a number of monograph rooms that have been arranged in close cooperation with the artists in question, who include Johan Creten and Klara Kristalova.
Art and Ceramics from Rodin to Schütte October 16, 2015-January 31, 2016.

 > 31 JAN. 2016 
Avenue Ceramique 250 - 6221 BS Maastricht

Hey guys, guess what? I'm turning 25, and you're all invited! And I mean EVERY SINGLE ONE of you. All the right stars are aligned for my birthday today, January 27. We celebrate with family first, Dutch cake with coffee, you know. Adriaan is beaming in from Singapore (thanks Keng Sen!); Kees and Jack arrive with Saskia.
The party will keep rockin' until 3 January 2016. Later in the year, we'll be checking out Planetary Computation and Asymmetrical Warfare.
"The image of art that Witte de With disseminates is a universal and autonomous one. It is dissemination that should not prevent the construction of a framework which can tell us, for example, something about the glamour of art and its capacity for communication, about art from beyond Europe or North America, or about the terror of current events." - Introductory essay in The Lectures Witte de With Publishers, 1990.
On View:
Art In The Age Of… Energy and Raw Material With: Nina Canell, Céline Condorelli, Mikhail Karikis, Nicholas Mangan, MAP Office, Marlie Mul, and Anton Vidokle. Until 3 May 2016.
Character Is Fate. Willem de Rooij Until 3 January 2016.
In Light Of 25 Years With: Özlem Altin, Wineke Gartz, Camille Henrot, Germaine Kruip, Mahony, Raimundas Malašauskas, Zin Taylor, Freek Wambacq, Christopher Williams and Xu Zhen. Until 3 January 2016.

Witte de With | Center for Contemporary Art
 > 03 MAY 2016 (Art In The Age Of…) | > 03 JAN. 2016 (Character Is Fate + In Light Of 25 Years) 
Witte de Withstraat 50 - 3012 BR Rotterdam







Czech Republic





The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Abstract Expressionism, an ambitious selection of works by the artists who spearheaded a major shift and new apogee in painting in New York which began in the 1940s. Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, Robert Motherwell, David Smith, and Clyfford Still are just some of the artists in the show, which brings together more than 130 paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs from public and private collections all over the world.
February 3-June 4, 2017.

Guggenheim Bilbao
 > 04 JUN. 2017 
Abandoibarra et.2 - 48001 Bilbao

The exhibition Antoni MIRALDA MADEINUSA will recreate and document for the first time and in a comprehensive manner the 15 projects made by Antoni Miralda in the United States from 1972 to 1999. Curated by Vicent Todolí and produced by MACBA, the exhibition will be shown in Barcelona from October 22, 2016 to April 9, 2017.
MACBA dedicates a major exhibition to the work of the Catalan artist Antoni Miralda (Terrassa, 1942). With a career spanning five decades, Miralda has turned something as universal as food into a creative universe. Using a non-conformist language, baroque and full of humour, that celebrates the senses and brings art closer to life, he undertakes an ethnological exploration of human behaviour.

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)
 > 09 APR. 2017 
Plaça dels Àngels, 1 - 08001 Barcelona

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Francis Bacon: From Picasso to Velázquez, an exhibition of some 80 works including some of the most important and yet least exhibited paintings by this British artist born in Ireland, alongside the works of the classic masters from French and Spanish culture. Portraits, nudes, landscapes, bullfighting… the exhibition offers a new perspective on Bacon's oeuvre by highlighting the influences exerted on his art.
Transgressive in both his life and art, Bacon broke down many barriers that were deeply entrenched at the time, placing human beings in front of a mirror in which we could see ourselves in a raw, violent way. Bacon's nudes tend to feature isolated figures in everyday poses which the painter transformed by twisting their bodies into almost animal-like shapes, thus reinventing the portrait.
Until January 8, 2017.

Guggenheim Bilbao
 > 08 JAN. 2017 
Abandoibarra et.2 - 48001 Bilbao

After passing through Barcelona, Fundación MAPFRE presents in Madrid the first retrospective exhibition in Spain on the work of Bruce Davidson, one of the leading exponents of humanist photography and member of the Magnum agency.
The exhibition offers an overview of the artist's entire career, more than 50 years of continuous work, and presents some of his most renowned series, such as "Brooklyn Gang," "East 100th Street" and "Time of Change: Civil Rights Movement." Also included in the selection are his latest works, "Nature of Paris" and "Nature of Los Angeles".
After the closing in Madrid, the exhibition will begin its international tour: CAMERA, Centro Italiano per la Fotografía (Turin, Italy), Nederlands Fotomuseum (Rotterdam, Netherlands) and Sala Rekalde (Bilbao, Spain). September 22, 2016-January 15, 2017. Hours: Monday 2-8pm, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-8pm.

Fundación MAPFRE
 > 15 JAN. 2017 
Recoeltos Exhibition Hall Paseo de Recoletos 23 28004 Madrid
T +34 915 81 61 00

Punk is an attitude. An attitude made of rage, speed, noise, incorrectness, nonconformity, denial, opposition and provocation that runs through the 20th century and extends beyond the 1970s, beyond the Anglo-Saxon context and beyond the music scene. An explosion whose effects make punk one of the most influential cultural references of the 20th century.
The purpose of PUNK. Its Traces in Contemporary Art is to examine its influence on contemporary art, establishing a genealogy that reaches to our own time, and, in the words of Greil Marcus in Lipstick Traces, to follow its traces to the present...
Until September 25, 2016.

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)
 > 25 SEP. 2016 
plaça dels Àngels, 1 - 08001 Barcelona

From May 12 to August 28, 2016, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is proud to present the Spanish premiere of Eija-Liisa Ahtila's The Annunciation (The Annunciation - Marian Ilmestys), 2010. This will be the seventh work to appear in the Museum's Film & Video Gallery, inaugurated in 2014 and dedicated to video art, video installation, and the moving image.
Eija-Liisa Ahtila (b. 1959, Hämeenlinna, Finland) shot The Annunciation on the snowy Aulanko Nature Reserve in southern Finland during the winter of 2010.
The installation consists of three projections which reenact a well-known passage in the Gospel of Luke (1:26-38) that narrates one of the most important themes in Christian iconography, which is also the central motif of some of the earliest paintings to successfully use perspective.

Guggenheim Bilbao
 > 28 AUG. 2016 
Abandoibarra et.2 - 48001 Bilbao

In the early 20th century, Paris was the capital of the avant-garde. Artists from around the world settled in the City of Light, where they created new forms of art and literature and responded to the rapid economic, social, and technological developments that were fundamentally transforming city life.
From April 22 to October 23, 2016, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Windows on the City: The School of Paris, 1900-1945, an exhibition of more than 50 masterpieces from the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.
This exhibition includes some of the most influential paintings and sculptures of the last century, created by artists such as Constantin Brancusi, Georges Braque, Robert Delaunay, Amedeo Modigliani, and Pablo Picasso.

Guggenheim Bilbao
 > 23 OCT. 2016 
Abandoibarra et.2 - 48001 Bilbao

What do we want from art? Andrea Fraser addresses this question in her work and looks at the motivations of a wide range of cultural agents including artists, collectors, gallerists, patrons and audiences. Developing on site-specific and research-based approaches that emerged with Conceptualism, combined with feminist investigations of subjectivity and desire, her methods are rooted in the psychoanalytic principle that one can only engage structures and relationships in an immediate way, in their performance.
Andrea Fraser. L'1%, c'est moi. April 22-September 4, 2016.

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)
 > 04 SEP. 2016 
Plaça dels Àngels, 1 - 08001 Barcelona

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is pleased to present Louise Bourgeois: Structures of Existence: The Cells, an ample selection of the innovative, sophisticated sculptural works developed by Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) over the course of two decades. In this exhibition, organized by Haus der Kunst, Munich, in collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, visitors will be able to discover and experience 28 emotionally charged architectural spaces, each an individual microcosm separating the internal from the external world, by one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.
March 18-September 4, 2016.

Guggenheim Bilbao
 > 04 SEP. 2016 
Abandoibarra et.2 - 48001 Bilbao

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Shadows (1977-78) by Andy Warhol, a monumental artwork of 102 large format, silkscreened panels that reflect some of Warhol's explorations with abstraction through his signature palette of bright and cheerful hues, which characterized a large part of his work.
At 50 years old, Andy Warhol, the irreverent Pop Art icon, and chronicler of an era, embarked upon the production of a monumental artwork titled Shadows with the assistance of his entourage at the Factory.
The "shadows" alternate between positive and negative as they march along the walls of the gallery. Despite the apparent embrace of repetition, Warhol's "machine method" is nothing but handmade. A significant and intriguing fact about Shadows is the irreproducibility of its assumed reproduction, a point that problematizes his aesthetic of "plagiarism" and positions Warhol's project as one that is primordially pictorial.
Until October 2, 2016.

Guggenheim Bilbao
 > 02 OCT. 2016 
Abandoibarra et.2 - 48001 Bilbao
T +34 944 359 008




Through an artistic practice that is at once visual, textual, and performative, Jill Magid (*1973, lives and works in New York) forges intimate relationships within bureaucratic structures-flirting with, seducing, and subverting authority. Her projects probe seemingly impenetrable systems, such as the NYPD, the Dutch Secret Service, surveillance systems, and, most recently, the legacy of architect Luis Barragán, and unsettle these forms of power.
Jill Magid. The Proposal June 4-August 21, 2016. Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-6pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-5pm.

Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen
 > 04 AUG. 2016 
Davidstrasse 40 - 9000 St. Gallen
T +41 71 222 10 14 F +41 71 222 12 76

In just over two months, from June 11, to September 18, 2016, Manifesta 11 European Biennial of Contemporary Art opens its doors in Zurich under the title What People Do for Money: Some Joint Ventures. Preparations for the international art exhibition are now in full motion: the new productions, that are arising between international artists and Zurich professionals of other professions, are getting more and more concrete. What do I do for money? Do I earn enough to survive? Human working conditions are the focus of the curatorial concept drawn up by German artist Christian Jankowski for Manifesta 11. In this 11th edition of Manifesta, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, a total of about 250 existing and 30 newly commissioned works will be presented in more than 35 venues all over the city of Zurich for more than 100 days.

Manifesta 11
 > 18 SEP. 2016



Edited by:
Gabriella Masiello