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Vicki Uslé: Borrowed Landscapes

Oct 9 – Dec 6, 2019

Galeria Carles Taché • es, Barcelona

Group Exhibition: VANISHING POINTS // BARCELONA GALLERY WEEKEND 2019

Oct 9 – Dec 13, 2019

Víctor Lope Arte Contemporáneo • es, Barcelona

Jong Oh: Sunstone

Sep 11 – Dec 20, 2019

Sabrina Amrani • es, Madrid

Rocío Verdejo: Alegoría de la memoria

Oct 9 – Nov 21, 2019

Alalimón Galería • es, Barcelona

Group Exhibition: Return of the Junker. JM2000

Oct 9 – Dec 5, 2019

bombon projects • es, Barcelona

Cynthia Fusillo: Deep I Walked Into Her Belly

Oct 9 – Oct 18, 2019

Galeria Contrast • es, Barcelona

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An art activist

An art activist

pring 2021 will see the opening of Kunsthalle Praha, a new institution founded by Czech entrepreneur and art collector Peter Pudil and his wife, Pavlína. This initiative has drawn the attention and curiosity of Europe’s art world.

Arterritory10 hours ago

JOHN GIORNO (1936–2019)

JOHN GIORNO (1936–2019)

John Giorno, whose kaleidoscopic work fused and furthered poetry, visual art, and activism, has died at age eighty-two. He is survived by his husband, the Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone.

Art Forum10 hours ago

7 Women Boosting Moscow`S Art Scene, Share Their Hometown Secrets

7 Women Boosting Moscow`S Art Scene, Share Their Hometown Secrets

No secret, the core of Russian art scene is female: you’ve seen works by Taus Makhacheva at the Venice Biennale in 2017, heard about Garage Museum founded by Dasha Zhukova and anticipated V-A-C Foundation run by Teresa Mavica. Those are only few names of a long list. Here are some of the women who are leading the art scene in Moscow sharing their must-visit spots if in Russian capital. Time to plan your tip.

The Art Gorgeous10 hours ago

The First Toronto Biennial Mines the History of the City’s Shoreline

The First Toronto Biennial Mines the History of the City’s Shoreline

From colonization to industrialization, the exhibition tackles complex local issues with international ambition

Frieze Magazine10 hours ago

Damien Hirst, Turning In Circles

Damien Hirst, Turning In Circles

LONDON — It’s a hot mid-afternoon in the West End’s posh Mayfair district, and Damien Hirst is standing outside the glass double-doors of the White Cube gallery, looking every inch the devil-may-care prankster out of some early Shakespearean comedy.

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See Dozens of Photos From MoMA’s New Galleries That Show How the Museum Is Rebooting the History of Modern Art

See Dozens of Photos From MoMA’s New Galleries That Show How the Museum Is Rebooting the History of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art is set to reopen after its big expansion and restoration—and when it does, its crown jewels, the permanent collection will be reimagined. Old hits are still there, but new discoveries are also worked in. Film and architecture are integrated into the galleries. The curation, as the New York Times reported, seeks to make room for “detours, anachronisms and surprise encounters.”

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