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Echoes of Bauhaus – Feb 6 to April 24

Echoes of Bauhaus – Feb 6 to April 24

Echoes of Bauhaus: New Vision

Ruth’s Table Gallery – Feb 6 to April 24, 2020 San-Francisco (US)

 

 

 

 

 

ARTISTS: Elisabeth Ajtay. Rachelle Bussieres. Antonio Cortez. John Csongradi. Kadet Kuhne. Terri Loewenthal. Camila Magrane. Douglas McCulloh. Sonia Melnikova-Raich. Suzy Poling. Ron Saunders. Theodora Varnay Jones. Sally Weber.

 

Paying homage to the Bauhaus at 100 years old. The Echoes of Bauhaus Photography Cast Long Shadows exhibition explores the profound impact of Bauhaus ideas in the contemporary field of photography.

By bringing together all of its forms. Prints, projections and installations. This exhibition explores how artists in the bay region draw on aesthetics. The school’s spirit of unlimited experimentation and continue to push the limits of the medium through the innovative use of technology. New technical photographs and interdisciplinary strategies.

 

Echoes of Bauhaus

Sonia Melnikova-Raich

Elisabeth Ajtay, Appropriation (of the Other). Photograph. 19.75" x 23.75".”.

Elisabeth Ajtay

Camila Magrane. Clio. Interactive Photogram Mirror. Made with a Microsoft Kinect in Unity. 2018

Camila Magrane

Ruth’s Table Gallery – 3160 21st Street San Francisco, CA 94110

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Kate Walters – Until April18, 2020 (UK)

Kate Walters – Until April18, 2020 (UK)

Kate Walters 

Newlyn Art Gallery – Until April 18, 2020, Newlyn (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

Kate has visited the Western and Northern Isles of Scotland over recent years on research trips and for residencies. The works in this exhibition explore insights regarding emanations from places. Creatures and bodies which inhabit edges. Kate is also interested in sap. Fluids and forces in plants. And bodies which initiate and maintain life. The works reflect her various methods of investigating these apparently disparate fields.

 

Kate Walters

Newlyn Art Gallery – New Rd, Newlyn, Penzance TR18 5PZ, Royaume-Uni

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Matisse & Picasso, Until April 13, 2020 Sydney

Matisse & Picasso, Until April 13, 2020 Sydney

Matisse & Picasso

National Gallery of Australia – Until April 13, 2020 Sydney (Australia)

 

Matisse & Picasso traces one of the most fascinating and turbulent friendships in the history of modern art. The two artists felt that the other was their only real competition. Throughout their lives. Each used the other to inspire them to reach new creative heights. Gathering more than 200 paintings. Sculptures. Drawings. Prints. Books and costumes from 40 international collections including the Picasso Museum. The Tate London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibition begins with Picasso’s arrival in Paris and his first meeting with the older and respected Matisse. It traces their relationship from curiosity to competition and finally. The respect. “No one has ever looked at Matisse’s work as thoroughly as I have. And him to me. ” Said Picasso on the death of his friend in 1954.

 

Matisse & Picasso

NGA – Parkes Pl Parkes Canberra 2600 (Australia)

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Julie Mehretu, Until May 17, 2020 Los-Angeles

Julie Mehretu, Until May 17, 2020 Los-Angeles

Julie Mehretu

LACMA – Until May 17, 2020 Los-Angeles (US)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co-organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Julie Mehretu is a mid-career survey that will bring together nearly 40 works on paper. Auusi, 35 paintings dating from 1996 to the present day by Julie Mehretu (b. 1970, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). First complete retrospective of Mehretu’s career. It covers more than two decades of its examination of history. Colonialism. Capitalism. Geopolitics. Of the war. Global uprising. The diaspora and displacement through artistic strategies of abstraction. Architecture, landscape, movement and more recently figuration.

Masters of Fine.

Mehretu’s scale game, as evidenced by his intimate drawings. His large canvases and his complex engraving techniques. Will be explored in depth. Mehretu received her Masters of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design. Among many awards and distinctions, is the recipient of an “engineering grant” from the MacArthur Foundation (2005). Also a national medal of arts from the US State Department (2015).

 

Julie Mehretu (Photograph: Michael Juliano) (Photograph: Michael Juliano)

LACMA – 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036, (USA)

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Patrick Staff – Until Feb 8, 2020 London

Patrick Staff – Until Feb 8, 2020 London

Patrick Staff

Serpentine Sackler Gallery – Until Feb 8, 2020 London (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Life is a messof toxic, corrosive, acidic substances and ideas in Patrick Staff’s work.
The young English artist has filled the Serpentine with barrels collecting steady drips of acid from leaking overhead pipes. The ground is a perfectly reflective sickly green, dragging you into a mirror world of grim gunge.

 

Patrick StaffPatrick Staff: On Venus review

Serpentine Sackler Gallery – W Carriage Dr, London W2 2AR, Royaume-Uni

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Bill Traylor – Until Feb 1, 2020 New-York

Bill Traylor – Until Feb 1, 2020 New-York

Bill Traylor

David Zwirner Gallery – Until Feb 1, 2020 New-York (US)

 

 

 

 

 

David Zwirner a le plaisir de présenter des œuvres de Bill Traylor (v. 1853–1949) de la Fondation William Louis-Dreyfus et des collections familiales.
Organisé en collaboration avec la Fondation. L’exposition offre un aperçu complet de l’imagerie distinctive de l’artiste. Ce qui mélange les sujets. Et l’iconographie du Sud américain. Avec un fort traitement formaliste de la couleur, de la forme et de la surface. Dans le cadre de la mission philanthropique plus large de la Fondation. Le produit de la vente de ses œuvres bénéficiera à Harlem Children’s Zone. Ainsi que la Fondation elle-même.

 

Bil Traylor

David Zwirner Gallery – 34 E 69th St New York 10021

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Christopher Thompson – 23 Jan to 23 Feb 2020 London

Christopher Thompson – 23 Jan to 23 Feb 2020 London

Christopher Thompson

Pontone Gallery – 23 Jan to 23 Feb 2020 London (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christopher Thompson, an English artist, was born in Grimsby in 1969 and studied at the Royal Academy. Since graduating he has exhibited extensively at home and abroad, his work featuring in many private and public collections, including the National Portrait Gallery in London.

In these new works the artist continues to explore his signature theme of the ‘urban portrait’. He paints solitary subjects in an austere architectural setting, using his technically accomplished handling of light and shade to lend drama and emotional intensity to the scene. There is a sense that all these characters exist in their own worlds, apart and discrete.

 

Christopher Thompson

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Wangechi Mutu – Until Jan 12, 2020 New-York

Wangechi Mutu – Until Jan 12, 2020 New-York

Wangechi Mutu “The Facade Commission”

Metropolitan Museum of Art – Until Jan 12, 2020 New-York (USA)

 

 

 

 

For the first time since the Metropolitan Museum of Art was completed in 1902. The four niches on the facade of Fifth Avenue are used. The museum selected Wangechi Mutu for its inaugural façade commission. Born in Kenya, Mutu is based in Brooklyn, New York. She has a studio in Nairobi. Inspired by the caryatid ,. A motif that finds its roots in African and Western art. She filled the niches with four female figures. Then, bronze sculptures entitled The Seated I, II, III, and IV (2019). The works “engage in a critique of gender policy. Racial as sharp as it is poetic and fantastic. ”

 

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Metropolitan Museum of Art – 1000 Fifth Ave New York 10028 (USA)

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Marc Sljan

Marc Sljan

Marc SIjan

Museum La Boverie – Until May 3, 2020 Liege (Belgium)

 

 

 

 

 

With a selection of around forty hyperrealist sculptures by leading international artists. Marc Sijan. Paul McCarthy, George Segal, Ron Mueck, Maurizio Cattelan, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Duane Hanson, Carole Feuerman. The exhibition “Hyperrealism Sculpture. This is not a body. ” Reports on the evolution of the human figure in sculpture. A current from the 1970s to the present day. The selection highlights various key problems in the approach to representation. Figurative realism to highlight how the vision of our body has constantly evolved.

 

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La Boverie – Parc de la Boverie, 4020 Liège, Belgique

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Dali & Picasso

Dali & Picasso

Dali & Picasso 

Vasili’s III Palace – Until Jan 8, 2020 Moscow (Russia)

 

 

 

 

 

With the support of the Moscow Department of Culture. The collection of works by Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso. Is exhibited at the Vasili III Palace. It is actually one of the oldest buildings in Moscow!

230 authentic masterpieces. With famous plots. As well as works from the end of the period are presented.

The exhibition is accompanied by a special program. Several conferences. ‘Events dedicated to great artists.

 

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DaliPicasso Vasili’s III Palace : Russia, Moscow, Old Basmannaya street, 15s3

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