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    ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE / Salomon Guggenheim Museum, New York

    SOLO EXHIBITION
    25 January 2019 to January 2020

    In 2019, thirty years after Robert Mapplethorpe's death, the Guggenheim will celebrate the sustained legacy of the artist's work with a yearlong exhibition conceived in two sequential parts in the Mapplethorpe Gallery on Tower Level 4.
    The first phase of the exhibition will feature an installation of highlights from the Guggenheim’s rich collection of Mapplethorpe holdings, including selections from the artist’s early Polaroids, collages, and mixed-media constructions to his iconic, classicizing photographs of male and female nudes, flowers, and statuary; his portraits of artists, celebrities, and acquaintances; his more explicit depictions of the S&M underground; and some of his best-known self-portraits.
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    ALFREDO JAAR / 2018-2020 Vancouver Biennale, Vancouver

    Group Exhibition
    June 2018 to 2020

    Alfredo Jaar presents his installation A Logo For America as part of the 2018-2020 Vancouver Biennale.
    In concert with the Biennale’s recently unveiled sculpture Paradise Has Many Gates (2015-2018) by Ajlan Gharem in Vanier Park, Jaar’s digital sculpture continues the Biennale’s pursuit to affirm Vancouver as a site for inclusivity and a space for cultural, social and religious freedom.
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    IDRIS KHAN / British Museum, London

    COMMISSION
    October 9, 2018

    Supported by the Contemporary and Modern Middle Eastern Art acquisition group (CaMMEA), Idris Khan has created 21 Stones, an installation of twenty one unique paintings, which will be displayed in the Albukhary Foundation Gallery of the British Museum.
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    ALFREDO JAAR / 11th Hiroshima Art Prize

    PRIZE
    Summer/Fall 2020

    The City of Hiroshima has selected the winner of the 11th Hiroshima Art Prize, Mr. Alfredo Jaar. The Hiroshima Art Prize is an international art prize established in 1989 by the City of Hiroshima. Its purpose is to acknowledge the achievements of an artist who has made the greatest contribution to the peace of humankind in the field of art in order to spread understanding of the "Spirit of Hiroshima" throughout the world.
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    RICHARD DEACON / STEPHEN WILLATS / PalaisPopulaire, Berlin

    Group Exhibition
    1 February to 27 May 2019

    With around 75 masterworks from the collection of Tate London, Objects of Wonder at the PalaisPopulaire shows how British artists revolutionized contemporary sculpture after World War II.
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    PAT STEIR / A Film by Veronica Gonzalez Peña

    FILM
    Premiere: 19 January 2019

    Pat Steir: Artist, is the first film ever made about this groundbreaking woman painter. Culled from over 30 hours of candid interviews with Veronica Gonzalez Peña, Steir evokes her childhood in New Jersey, her young adulthood in NY, her involvement in feminist groups and artistic movements, as well as her deep friendships and alliances with the most influential artists and poets of her generation, including Sol Lewitt, Agnes Martin, John Cage, Anne Waldman, and Sylvère Lotringer.
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    PAT STEIR / Barnes Museum, Philadelphia

    Commission
    12 January to 17 November 2019

    The Barnes Museum in Philadelphia has unveiled Pat Steir's “Silent Secret Waterfalls: The Barnes Series.” Steir has been invited to create a series of 11 seven-foot-tall oil-on-canvas paintings that occupy two walls of the Annenberg Court. Lush and sweeping in scale, these paintings manifest a continuity with Steir’s celebrated Waterfall series and revisit the dialogue between intuition and chance that has defined her work since the 1980s, with themes renewed for the present day. Silent Secret Waterfalls: The Barnes Series is the first installation of paintings to be presented in the Annenberg Court.
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    MICHAEL MÜLLER / Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg

    Solo exhibition
    8 February 2019 to 31 December 2020

    The Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg from February 8 will present an unusual exhibition a new presentation of the collection in several iterations. The artist Michael Müller (* 1970) was invited to make a personal selection from the collection and to stage selected works for the audience in the west wing of the castle during the next two years. Müller has decided not only to present one exhibition, but to present the collection in eight consecutive exhibitions with changing contexts, which set various emphases both in terms of form and content.
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    ALFREDO JAAR / Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam

    Solo exhibition
    25 January to 12 May 2019

    At the core of Alfredo Jaar’s installation Shadows is a world-famous photograph by Dutch photographer Koen Wessing. Now in the collection of the Nederlands Fotomuseum, the photograph is a poignant image of two grief-stricken Nicaraguan women who have just learned of their father’s murder.
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    ALFREDO JAAR / 2019 Josef Svoboda Prize

    Award
    2019

    Congratulations to Alfredo Jaar for having been awarded the 2019 Josef Svoboda Prize for Artistic and Creative Talent as well as a Doctor Honoris Causa from the Academy of Fine Arts of Macerata. Previous winners include Michelangelo Antonioni, Gillo Dorfles, Jannis Kounellis, Achille Bonito Oliva, Maurizio Mochetti and Giancarlo Politi.
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    ALBRECHT SCHNIDER / Aargauer Kunsthaus

    Group Exhibition
    26 January to 28 April 2019

    The title of the exhibition Big Picture at Aargauer Kunsthaus is programmatic: It features unusually large works, with the largeness not always relating merely to the format in terms of surface or volume. The phrase Big Picture is also used synonymously with “overall view,” “wider context” or “totality of a situation.”

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    JOÃO PENALVA / Bombas Gens Centre d’Art, València

    Group exhibition
    22 February 2019 to 2 February 2020

    The Gaze of Things: Japanese Photography in the Context of Provoke brings together a selection of images that focuses on the artists involved in the formation of VIVO (1959-1961) such as Ikkō Narahara, Shōmei Tōmatsu, Eikoh Hosoe, Akira Satō or Kikuji Kawada, as well as the collective responsible for Provoke magazine (1968). The experimental way in which these artists presented images as products of an era characterised by political events of great relevance became a phenomenon and a reference to future photographers inside and out of Japan.

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    JULIAN IRLINGER / Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen

    Solo exhibition
    23 February to 28 April 2019

    Julian Irlinger’s exhibition Fragments of a Crisis sheds light on social and cultural aspects of found pictures and objects. His source material are the emergency banknotes issued in Germany during the period of inflation between 1918 and 1923 as a parallel currency to the Reichsbank mark. Many of these paper banknotes depict politically charged motifs and were designed by regional artists. Employing selected details, Irlinger focuses on the pictorial strategies behind these historical bills. Thus, the artist undertakes a reassessment and explores the relationship between ideology and aesthetic within the context of his artistic production.

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    GORDON MATTA-CLARK / Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn

    Two person exhibition
    22 February to 8 June 2019

    Co-curated by Sergio Bessa (The Bronx Museum of the Arts), Jessamyn Fiore (Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark) and Anu Allas, Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn, presents the exhibition Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect. Featuring Anu Vahtra. Anu Vahtra’s project in the courtyard is inspired by and a response to Matta-Clark’s legacy.

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    JOÃO PENALVA / South London Gallery

    Group exhibition
    8 March to 26 May 2019

    This display in the first floor galleries of the Fire Station building of the South London Gallery focuses on some of the artists that helped found it with their belief in social reform through art, literature and learning, and the ongoing legacy of their work: Maurice Bingham Adams, Walter Crane, Sir Frederic Leighton, Goshka Macuga, João Penalva, John Ruskin and GF Watts.

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    Installation view JOÃO PENALVA, group exhibition "The Source: Works from the South London Gallery Collection" 8 March to 26 May 2019, South London Gallery,
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    STEPHEN WILLATS / nGbK, Berlin

    Billboard installation
    14 June to 10 August 2019

    As part of a series of billboard displays across the city, Stephen Willat's series Living in isolation from 1979/80 will be on view. Which is concerned with how individuals' fight back against their personal isolation created by the physicality of the surrounding in which they were living to create self organised social and creative networks around them.

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    Stephen Willats, Kreise ziehen, Exhibition nGbK 2019, Berlin
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    JONATHAN LASKER / DAVID REED / FABIAN MARCACCIO / Kunst Museum Winterthur

    Group exhibition
    18 May to 8 August 2019

    In the form of the extensive Frozen Gesture exhibition Kunst Museum Winterthur is presenting the sheer range of gestures in contemporary painting.

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    Jonathan Lasker, exhibition "Frozen Gesture", Kunst Museum Winterthur 2019
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    ALICE AYCOCK / Bundesgartenschau Heilbronn

    Group exhibition
    17 April to 6 October 2019

    With its new format as a garden and urban exhibition, the Bundesgartenschau Heilbronn 2019 is also a site for contemporary art. On their tour of the BUGA, visitors will encounter 24 sculptures by different artists.

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    Alice Aycock, Hoop-La, Bundesgartenschau, white powder-coated steel, sculpture, whirlwind, paper chase, Galerie Thomas Schulte, 2019
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    MICHAEL MÜLLER / Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg

    Solo Exhibition
    18 May to 6 October 2019

    The Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg has invited Michael Müller (* 1970) to reassess and present its collection. For this second iteration Müller has chosen the title The Art(ist) is Present / DER TOD DES AUTORS WIRD NICHT ZUGELASSEN. Similar to the first version of the exhibition cycle, this second exhibition remains strangely empty. Attached to the walls are small title plates. Artist name, title, year, dimensions, materials, etc. are listed soberly and in many cases are supplemented with a number given to the work in the accompanying audio guide. The audio guide is the center piece of this reduced presentation. Why? Because the works it references are missing. Instead, the imagination of the visitors is required, the exhibition is created in the mind of the beholder.

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    PACO KNÖLLER / Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen

    Solo Exhibition
    26 May to 1 September 2019

    Drawing “came” to Paco Knöller in the summer of 1989 with all urgency. Since then, drawing has become a continuum for him. In addition to his multi-layered colorful woodcuts—some of which form part of the Museum Morsbroich’s collection—and his large works in oil crayon, the Berlin-based artist has created an extensive graphic oeuvre. This exhibition curated by Fritz Emslander aims to present a comprehensive overview of Knöller’s graphic work.

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    IÑIGO MANGLANO-OVALLE / Riverwalk Chicago

    Public Installation
    2020

    The Chicago Riverwalk is officially open for the summer season—all 1.25 miles leading to the lakefront. The latest addition will bring in an art installation by Chicago-based artist Iñigo Manglano Ovalle and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill engineer Bill Baker. A city committee selected Weather Station, a 117-foot group of seven stainless steel poles topped with spinning wind vanes and anemometers. The public will be able to view the sculpture when it’s completed in fall 2020.

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    stainless steel poles each supporting a weather vane and anemometer, alternating heights, Galerie Thomas Schulte, 2020
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    DAVID REED / Kunst Museum Winterthur

    Solo Exhibition
    18 May to 18 August 2019

    David Reed’s painterly oeuvre has been the focus of countless solo shows, for example in 2001 at Kunstverein Hannover, in 2012 at Kunstmuseum Bonn and in 2016 at Pérez Art Museum, Miami. The presentation of his so-called «working drawings» at Kunst Museum Winterthur curated by Konrad Bitterli, for the first time offers a concise overview of the drawings he produces that come at the beginning of his creative work, accompany it, document it and comment on it—creating a thought space in which painting is discussed in its potentiality.

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    David Reed, drawings, Kunst Museum Winterthur, Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin
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    STEPHEN WILLATS / Migros Museum

    Solo Exhibition
    25 May to 18 August 2019

    Stephen Willats' exhibition Languages of Dissent curated by Heike Munder interrogates structures of community life and social interaction. Exploring the modular architecture of social housing projects, the artist highlights forms of individual creative adaptation that defy the uniformity and functionality of the spaces. Such dissent with normative parameters is especially interesting to Willats because it is where individuality reveals itself and self-determination is articulated. The exhibition is accompanied by a monograph with essays by Bronac Ferran, John Kelsey, Andrew Wilson, and Heike Munder.

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    Stephen Willats, A to B, 1985, Galerie Thomas Schulte, Collage, Languages of Dissent
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    KATHARINA SIEVERDING / Schloss Dachau

    Solo Exhibition
    6 June to 15 September 2019

    Throughout the summer, internationally renowned artist Katharina Sieverding under the title In the wrong place II will be presenting large-format photographic works from her extensive oeuvre at Dachau Palace, including new works created especially for Dachau. In her pictorial constructions, the artist researches the meaning and criticism of historical and political events, their social relationships and the status of human beings.

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    Katharina Sieverding, exhibition poster, gold, Schloss Dachau, 2019, Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin
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    LEUNORA SALIHU / Blickachsen 12

    Group exhibition
    26 May to 6 October 2019

    Leunora Salihu has been invited to participate in Blickachsen, an exhibition that brings together 31 different positions in contemporary art, including numerous site-specific projects specially created for the exhibition in the historic park landscapes of Bad Homburg, and another five locations in the Rhine-Main region.

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    KATHARINA SIEVERDING / Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie Regensburg

    Solo exhibition
    26 May to 8 September 2019

    With her photograph "Deutschland wird deutscher" (1992), Katharina Sieverding sets a clear accent against rise of nationalistic sentiments after the reunification of Germany. The large-format black-and-white photograph shows a self-portrait of the artist threatened by knives. The exhibition highlights the polarizing discussions that inspired Sieverding's work in the early 1990s. The question of the cultural and spiritual identity and breadth of the German nation is more relevant than ever in the face of political developments. With regard to the current migration and refugee policies, Sieverding's work has not lost its potency.

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    REBECCA HORN / Museum Tinguely

    Solo exhibition
    5 June to 22 September 2019

    The exhibition Body Fantasies at Museum Tinguely in Basel combines early performative works and later kinetic sculpture of Rebecca Horn to highlight lines of development within her oeuvre, while focusing on transformation processes of body and machine.

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    REBECCA HORN / Centre Pompidou – Metz

    8 June 2019 to 13 January 2020

    Rebecca Horn's exhibition Theatre of Metamorphoses at Centre Pompidou in Metz explores the diverse theme of transformation from animist, surrealist and mechanistic perspectives, placing special emphasis on the role of film as a matrix within the artist’s oeuvre.

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    Rebecca Horn, Theater of Metamorphoses, Centre Pompidou-Metz, Galerie Thomas Schulte
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    ALICE AYCOCK / Sprengel Museum

    Solo exhibition
    8 June to 25 August 2019

    Alice Aycock’s monumental sculpture Another Twister has become a landmark in the city of Hannover since its erection in front of the Sprengel Museum in 2015. This year, the museum celebrates the 50 year anniversary of its collection and the 40 year anniversary since its inauguration and devotes a comprehensive exhibition to the artist that—alongside photographs and drawings—includes some of her most well-known sculptural works from the 1970s to today. On the occasion of the exhibition, an encompassing monograph has been published with essays by Stella Jaeger, Reinhard Spieler, Carina Plath and Susanne Titz. 

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    ALICE AYCOCK / ZDF interview

    Video interview
    June 13, 2019

    Galerie Thomas Schulte is pleased to share this new interview with Alice Aycock, conducted by Peter Schiering for ZDF on the occasion of the artist's retrospective exhibition at Sprengel Museum in Hanover.

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    LEUNORA SALIHU / KiZ, Justus-Liebig-Universität

    Solo exhibition
    19 June to 11 August 2019

    As new guest professor of the art education department, Leunora Salihu will be welcomed at Justus-Liebig-Universität in Giessen with the invitation to present her work in an exhibition at the KiZ-Kultur im Zentrum.

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    GORDON MATTA-CLARK / STEPHEN WILLATS / MUHKA

    Group exhibition
    7 June to 15 September 2019

    AMBERES – Roberto Bolaño’s Antwerp is an exhibition inspired by a novel, a city and a scene. Roberto Bolaño’s 1980 experimental novella Antwerp remains unclassifiable. This exhibitionat MUHKA is taking inspiration from the book and adopts the multiplicity of perspectives Antwerp mobilises, as a way to provide reflections on the city, and how artists translate experiences of the city into different forms.

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    Stephen Willats, black and white photo collage, 1991, exhibition MUHKA, Galerie Thomas Schulte 2019
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    ALFREDO JAAR / Museum of Old and New Art

    Commission
    July 2019

    Alfredo Jaar's immersive installation The Divine Comedy (2019), is a three-room installation based on Dante's The Divine Comedy: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso. Visitors enter—ten at a time—into three pavilions interpreting each of the realms of the 14th-century epic poem. They will encounter fire and flood in Inferno; hover between life and death with a film by the US artist Joan Jonas in Purgatorio; and, finally, simply exist in the sensory void of Paradiso.

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    ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE / Salomon Guggenheim Museum

    Group Exhibition
    24 July 2019 to 5 January 2020

    Following its landmark exhibition on Robert Mapplethorpe earlier this year, the Guggenheim is now preparing a second installment that spotlights progressive works by six of the most controversial artists of the late 20th century. Thirty years after the artist’s death in 1989, Implicit Tensions demonstrates the impact of Mapplethorpe both as a catalyst of the development of the Guggenheim’s photography collection and as a touchstone for artists working in contemporary portraiture and self-representation.

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    KATHARINA SIEVERDING / Süddeutsche Zeitung

    Review
    25 July 2019

    Review of Katharina Sieverding's exhibition Am Falschen Ort II at Schloss Dachau by Gregor Schiegl.

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    RICHARD DEACON / Film Screening

    Film Screening
    28 August, 7.30 pm

    Film Screening at the gallery on the occasion of Richard Deacon's current exhibition: RICHARD DEACON – IN BETWEEN, 2012, 89 min., OV with German subtitles.
    Filmmaker Claudia Schmid has been accompanying Richard Deacon for two years. In Between with its combination of filmed observation and conversations about art, philosophy, politics and society is both a documentary and a densely textured portrait of the artist, who ranks as one of the most important sculptors in contemporary art.

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    GORDON MATTA-CLARK / Canadian Centre for Architecture

    Solo exhibition
    27 September to 19 November 2019

    Curated by Hila Peleg, the exhibition Rough Cuts and Outtakes reflects on Gordon Matta-Clark’s filmmaking process through a selection of outtakes, many largely unseen until now, drawn from Matta-Clark’s documentation of three of his major building cuts (Splitting, Day’s End, and Conical Intersect) in order to reveal the broader social and spatial context of these projects.

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    IDRIS KHAN / Blackfriars, London

    Public Sculpture
    October 2019

    The abstract, 9-meter high sculpture is formed of several blocks, which are stacked on top of each other growing in size towards the top; their dimensions representing the standard sizes of photographic prints. The work refers to Khan’s personal archive of 65,000 photographs, which the artist took over the past five years and encourages us to reflect the extent to which taking pictures has become part of our lives. 65,000 Photographs has been commissioned to be revealed on the Southbank of the river Thames in London this October.

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    JONAS WEICHSEL / Jetzt! Junge Malerei in Deutschland

    Group Exhibition
    21 September 2019 to 19 January 2020

    With the exhibition project Now! Painting in Germany Today, the Kunstmuseum Bonn, the Museum Wiesbaden, the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz—Museum Gunzenhauser and the Deichtorhallen Hamburg are engaged in an endeavor to determine the current status of the medium. The goal is to present a valid cross section of the painting produced in Germany by young artists, while giving consideration to all the forms in which it appears.

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    JUAN USLÉ / Museu d’Art Contemporani d’Eivissa

    Solo exhibition
    Opening Friday 7 June 2019

    The Museu d'Art Contemporani d'Eivissa presents a new exhibition by Juan Uslé in the Sala de Armas of the MACE, housed in a historic building from 1727 designed by the military engineer Simon Poulet.

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    DAVID HARTT / Beth Sholom Synagogue

    Solo exhibition
    11 September to 19 December 2019

    David Hartt presents at Beth Sholom Synagogue his site-specific installation The Histories (Le Mancenillier). The installation is the first artist commission to activate Beth Sholom’s Frank Lloyd Wright-designed National Historic Landmark.

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    RICHARD DEACON / British Museum

    Group Exhibition
    12 September 2019 to 12 January 2020

    Celebrating the power of contemporary drawing, this exhibition explores how artists have used drawing to examine themes including identity, place and memory, pushing the boundaries of the medium further than ever before. Featuring work from well-known artists including Rachel Whiteread, Richard Deacon and Anish Kapoor as well as emerging artists such as Rachel Duckhouse and Adel Daoud, the selection was chosen from more than 1,500 contemporary drawings from the Museum’s collection.

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    ALFREDO JAAR / Stommeln Synagogue

    Solo exhibition
    20 September to 30 November 2019

    The synagogue in the Pulheim district of Stommeln is one of the few that were not damaged during the pogroms of 1938. In order to do justice to its importance and make a broad public aware of this historical site, the Art Project Stommeln Synagogue was initiated in 1991. Since then, each year the Cultural Department of the City of Pulheim invites an artist to produce a work that proposes a close interrelationship with the space. Well-known artists such as Jannis Kounellis, Richard Serra, Rebecca Horn, and Rosemarie Trockel have responded to the space and its history. In 2019, Alfredo Jaar presents his work Lament of the Images.

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    PAT STEIR / The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

    Solo exhibition
    24 October 2019 to 7 September 2020

    This October, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. will present a large new commission by Pat Steir that will span nearly 400 ft around the Hirshhorn’s inner-circle gallery. These immersive works will transform the Museum into a vibrant spectrum of color. The thirty large-scale paintings, when presented together as a group, will create an immense color wheel that shifts hues with each painting, with the pours on each canvas often appearing in the complementary hue of the monochrome background.

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    MICHAEL MÜLLER / Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg

    Solo Exhibition
    19 October 2019 to 23 February 2020

    On the occasion of the anniversary of the Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, the third version of the unusual exhibition cycle "DEINE KUNST" by Michael Müller will open. Using selected works from the collection Müller experiments with the conditions and possibilities of exhibiting, questioning how the space and the environment influence the works. Is there a "law of good neighbourliness" (Warburg) or are all works "the mortal enemy" of all others (Adorno)? The Conditions of Being Art (oder der Amateur) thus challenges the viewer to consider the complex and fascinating interrelationship between work, artist, curator, and audience.

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    IÑIGO MANGLANO-OVALLE / The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

    Group Exhibition
    6 October 6 2019 to 29 March 2020

    Weather Report is an exhibition revealing the sky as a site where the aesthetic, the romantic, the political, the social, and the scientific co-exist and inform one another. The depiction of weather phenomena in the visual arts is traditionally linked with either landscape painting or photography, but in the last two decades artists have increasingly turned to other media to explore weather and, by extension, the larger subject of the Earth’s atmosphere.

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    GORDON MATTA-CLARK / Rose Art Museum

    Solo exhibition
    21 September 2019 to 5 January 2020

    The exhibition at the Rose Art Museum highlights the political dialogue inherent in Gordon Matta-Clark’s artistic interventions, from his concern for the extreme plight of the homeless, his interest in direct community engagement, his belief that we should expand our lived experience of a city into its underground and inaccessible spaces, and his commentary on development and socioeconomic stratification. In addition to photographs, prints, and drawings, Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect includes immersive film projections of his urban architectural interventions and rarely seen materials from the artist’s archive.

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    RICHARD DEACON / Kalemegdan Bridge

    Public Sculpture
    Autumn 2019

    The installation of a sculpture called From Here to There by Richard Deacon and Mrdjan Bajic has begun near Beton Hala (Concrete Hall) in Belgrade, on a passenger bridge connecting Kalemegdan Park and the Sava Quay. The footbridge consists of two parts, the winding ramp with a lift tower and a sculpture on the top, and a bridge structure. It will enable safe crossing for pedestrians over a busy street and railway tracks.

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    MICHAEL MÜLLER / Schau Fenster, Berlin

    Group exhibition
    12 October to 31 November 2019

    IN SEARCH OF THE MIRACULOUS, curated by Dr. Heike Fuhlbrügge
    Artists: Michael Müller, Yael Bartana, Salome Machaidze, Sophia Saze, Monica Bonvicini, Levan Mindiashvili, Kyoco Taniyama, Uta Bekaia, Thomas Zipp, Julian Röder, Liane Lang, Adrian Piper, Davina Semo, u.a. —

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    FABIAN MARCACCIO / SCI-Arc Gallery, Los Angeles

    Solo Exhibition
    18 October to 1 December 2019

    SCI-Arc hosts an exhibition by Fabian Marcaccio, entitled Paintants Lab. Marcaccio is involved in a pictorial reengineering of painting with the use of 3D printing, which he defines as hyperstructural painting or techno-brutalism. His lab is constantly evolving and serves as the core of the artist's research. Marcaccio considers its force to be “in the innumerable branches of evolution and mutation through material, technique, space, and time.”

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    KATHARINA SIEVERDING / Kunsthalle Bremen

    Group Exhibition
    19 October 2019 to 1 March 2020

    With this exhibition, Kunsthalle Bremen celebrates a premiere: For the first time, all of the rooms of the building will be used for the presentation of an encompassing group exhibition. Each work is given en entire room, supporting the iconicity of each masterpiece.

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    PAT STEIR / Artforum

    Interview
    29 October 2019

    Interview by Hiji Nam on the occasion of Pat Steir's latest exhibition Color Wheel at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC.

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    GORDON MATTA-CLARK / Power Station of Art, Shanghai

    Solo exhibition
    7 November 2019 to 16 Feburary 2020

    The first large-scale exhibition of Gordon Matta-Clark's work in China, Passing Through Architecture: The 10 Years of Gordon Matta-Clark at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai traces the remarkable thinking and avant-garde works of this interdisciplinary artist from 1968 to 1978 with more than 400 drawings, photo-works, films and archival documents. The exhibition is curated by the renowned architecture historian Mark Wigley. It aims to examine Matta-Clark's relentless exploration of topics like architecture, space, biology and ecology; to question the nature of architecture, the natural environment, and human life beyond the scope of architecture.

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    REBECCA HORN / The Tanks, Tate Modern

    Solo exhibition
    until 2 February 2020

    Rebecca Horn's films and sculptures, currently on display at The Tanks at Tate Modern, turn familiar materials, gestures and settings into strange, emotionally charged scenes. The exhibition is curated by Valentina Ravaglia with Andrea Lissoni.

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    MARIA LOBODA / The Model

    Solo exhibition
    1 December 2019 to 20 February 2020

    Maria Loboda first showed at The Model in 2015 as part of the Psychic Lighthouse exhibition, and presents her first solo exhibition in Ireland at The Model. The exhibition Hearing Otherworldly Music, comes touring to The Model from Ujazdowski Castle, Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw.

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