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    ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE // Salomon Guggenheim Museum, New York

    SOLO EXHIBITION

    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. More
    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.
    25 January 2019 to January 2020
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    ALFREDO JAAR // 2018-2020 Vancouver Biennale

    Group Exhibition

    Alfredo Jaar presents his installation A Logo For America as part of the 2018-2020 Vancouver Biennale. More
    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.
    June 2018 to 2020
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    PAT STEIR // Barnes Museum, Philadelphia and Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

    Commission

    In January 2019, the Barnes Museum in Philadelphia will unveil Pat Steir's “Silent Secret Waterfalls: The Barnes Series.” Later in October, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. will present another large commission: 28 new paintings that will span nearly 400 ft around the Hirshhorn’s inner-circle gallery.
    January 2019
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    IDRIS KHAN // British Museum, London

    COMMISSION

    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.
    October 9, 2018
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    ALFREDO JAAR // 11th Hiroshima Art Prize

    PRIZE

    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.
    Summer/Fall 2020
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    ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE // Madre Museum

    Solo exhibition

    This solo exhibition with the title Choreography for an Exhibition at the Madre Museum, curated by Laura Valente and Andrea Viliani, focuses, in an unprecedented way, around the intimate performative matrix of Mapplethorpe's photographic practice, retracing its intrinsic need to represent the erotic and intellectual vibration of the subjects and to subvert the impersonal, documentary and static nature of the photographic shot.
    15 December 2018 to 8 April 2019
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    STEPHEN WILLATS // PalaisPopulaire

    Group Exhibition

    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.
    1 February to 27 May 2019
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    JULIAN IRLINGER // Subjects of Emergency

    Exhibition Dossier

    24 November 2018 to 12 January 2019
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    PAT STEIR // A Film by Veronica Gonzalez Peña

    FILM

    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. More
    Primarily shot in Steir’s home and studio over the course of 3 years, the film provides a profound, and revelatory portrait of the artist in her world while providing the viewer with a first-hand account of what it is to live an artistically engaged life. The film will premiere as part of the 28th NY Jewish Film Festival in the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center on the 19th of January 2019 at 7pm.
    Premiere: 19 January 2019
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