Twenty internationally renowned authors and over 100 photographers for the exhibition Extraordinary Visions, Italy, which will be held at the Italian Cultural Institute New Delhi from 31 October. The works all come from MAXXI's permanent collection and tell the story of the cultural transformations in which Italy has been a protagonist in recent decades.
The Kunsthalle Weishaupt presents the continuous development of its portfolio with numerous new acquisitions.
> Object. Plastic. Sculpture. 1. <, is the first overview exhibition in a loose series dedicated to the Kunstmuseum Singen of the genre Sculpture around Lake Constance. We start exploring with a selection of works by 25 artists representing the potential of contemporary sculpture from about 1990 to the present day in a region that is still perceived to be one-sided as a place of painters.
The Municipality of Ravenna-Assessorato alla Cultura and the Art Museum of the city of Ravenna, present from October 6 to January 13, 2019 the exhibition ?War is over ART AND CONFLECTS between myth and contemporary curated by Angela Tecce, and Maurizio Tarantino. The exhibition is ideally linked to the centenary of the end of the First World War, proposing a path that, through the art of two centuries, reflects on conflicts not purely at the historical level but in a broader, artistic and poetic, personal and collective, aesthetic and ethical.
The opera Passi. Palazzo Altemps. 20 settembre, 2018 is set up in the entrance loggia of Palazzo Altemps, creating a striking reflection effect between the vault, the courtyard and the sky. A fragmented vision, which creates a vertigo of the gaze, creating a kaleidoscope effect but also a feeling of precariousness and an exhortation to face the art without relaxing too much.
Curated by Luca Beatrice, Arnaldo Colasanti, and Stefano Fassone
La Venaria Reale, Torino
18 July 2018 - 24 February 2019
Featured artists: Alighiero Boetti, Paolo Canevari, Mircea Cantor, Tom Of Finland, Andrea Galvani, Mike Giant, Robert Indiana, Emilio Isgrò, Antonio Ligabue, Servane Mary, Mario Merz, Ida Tursic & Wilfred Mille, Pino Pascali, Gianni Piacentino, Andy Rementer, Glen Rubsamen, Mario Schifano, Paul Simonon, Giuliano Vangi, Aaron Young, and others.
Curated by Federico Baeza
MACBA Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Buenos Aires
6 April 2018 - 3 March 2019
Latinoamérica: volver al futuro ["Latin America: Back to the Future"] presents a topography of unexpected connections between regional modernizing projects and contemporary artistic practices. From the concrete works of the 1950s to re-readings of that legacy in the present, the exhibition articulates a vast geographical and temporal threshold in which systems of survival emerge and return, exploding any linear conception of temporal passage.
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires | Fundación Aldo Rubino is pleased to announce the international launch of Andrea Galvani monograph, and the premier book signing in Latin America. The artist, whose work is part of the exhibition Latinoamérica: Volver al Futuro at the museum, will share his work and process through a dialogue with the show's curator Federico Baeza that will be open to the public.
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