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Cover for Imi Knoebel
With a retrospective exhibition, the Sammlung Goetz will honor the artist Imi Knoebel, who developed his own minimalist and conceptual formal vocabulary. The entire breadth of Knoebel’s artistic output—from the black-and-white photographs of the 1960s to the fiberboard paintings and objects made of cast concrete and finally his most recent acrylic paintings on aluminum—will be on view. The presentation includes not only the artist’s geometric and minimalist works, but also his rarely exhibited expressive paintings from the 1980s.
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München | Sammlung Goetz
09-15-2022 - 04-29-2023
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Queer Lives 1900–1950
The theme of the exhibition is the turbulent history of LGBTQ* in the first half of the twentieth century. Selected exhibits show how queer life became increasingly visible in all areas of the public sphere from 1900 onwards — in art and culture, science, politics, and the military. However, as the movement gained confidence in its campaign for equal rights, so too did the strength of the resistance to it, culminating in the almost total destruction of queer subcultures and the spaces they occupied by the Nazi regime. “TO BE SEEN” invites visitors to revisit these often forgotten stories and biographies. Alongside historical testimony, the exhibition will also show works by contemporary artists, some of them commissioned especially for the exhibition. They question the standard historical narratives and place them in new international perspectives. Artists: Katharina Aigner, Maximiliane Baumgartner, Cassils, Zackary Drucker, Philipp Gufler, Lena Rosa Händle, Zoltán Lesi, Ricardo Portilho, Henrik Olesen, Karol Radziszewski and others.
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München | NS-Dokumentationszentrum München
10-07-2022 - 05-21-2023
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“Kinship” presents more than forty artworks by eight contemporary artists whose work explores the notion of “kinship” and the closeness that bonds us. The exhibition spotlights artists Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Ruth Leonela Buentello, Jess T. Dugan, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Jessica Todd Harper, Thomas Holton, Sedrick Huckaby, and Anna Tsouhlarakis. Featuring contemporary portraits in various mediums, “Kinship” explores the ways intergenerational dynamics change in response to physical and symbolic thresholds and borders, including those between life and death; childhood and adulthood; normative gender roles; and geographic regions. The upcoming exhibition will visualize the complex, often paradoxical, and deeply moving ways in which interpersonal relationships endure and change. “Kinship” is the latest in the museum’s “Portraiture Now” series dedicated to contemporary artists and is curated by the Portrait Gallery’s curators Dorothy Moss and Leslie Ureña with Robyn Asleson, Taína Caragol, and Charlotte Ickes. The exhibition will have an accompanying catalogue. Two live performances by artist Anna Tsouhlarakis will take place as part of the exhibition in May and Nov. 2023 in the museum’s Kogod Courtyard. Admission is free.
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Washington | National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian
10-28-2022 - 01-07-2024
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A Splendid Land: Paintings from Royal Udaipur
Around 1700, artists in Udaipur (a court in northwest India) began creating immersive paintings that conveyed the mood (bhava) of the city’s palaces, lakes, and mountains. These large paintings and their emphasis on lived experience have never been the focus of an exhibition. With dazzling paintings on paper and cloth—many on public view for the first time—A Splendid Land reveals how artists conveyed emotions, depicted places, celebrated water resources, and fostered personal bonds over some two hundred years in the rapidly changing political and cultural landscapes of early modern South Asia. The exhibition is organized as a journey that begins at Udaipur’s center and continues outward: first to the city, then to the countryside, and finally to the cosmos. A soundscape by the renowned filmmaker Amit Dutta invites contemporary audiences to sense–and not just see—the moods of these extraordinary places and paintings. A Splendid Land: Paintings from Royal Udaipur will also be on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art in Summer 2023.
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Washington D.C. | Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art
11-19-2022 - 05-14-2023
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Analívia Cordeiro
From Body to Code
Analivia Cordeiro has been exploring the relationship between body, movement, visual and audiovisual art, and media art since the early 1970s. Her seminal work »M3x3« from 1973 is considered the first video artwork in South America and internationally one of the first dance choreographies conceived for video and by means of computer notations.  The exhibition, curated by Claudia Giannetti, presents for the first time in Europe an overview of the complete works of the Brazilian artist, dancer and choreographer. In addition to her early video performances and computer dances from 1973 to 1976, selected works from 1980 to the present will be shown, which as video projection, interactive installation, drawings, sculptures and app make it possible to experience the artist's extensive repertoire. 
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Karlsruhe | ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien
01-28-2023 - 04-23-2023
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Lines of Abstraction - C.C. Wang in America
C.C. Wang (1907–2003) is best known as a preeminent twentieth-century connoisseur and collector of pre-modern Chinese art, a reputation that often overshadows his own art. The exhibition recenters Wang’s extraordinary career on his own artistic practice to reveal an original quest for tradition and innovation in the global twentieth century.
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New York, NY | The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery, Hunter College Art Galleries
02-01-2023 - 04-30-2023
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Klimt. Inspired by Van Gogh, Rodin, Matisse...
Who inspired Gustav Klimt, the great master of Viennese Modernism? How familiar was he with Vincent van Gogh? Had he ever seen a work by Henri Matisse? The collaborative exhibition between the Belvedere in Vienna and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam follows a trail that starts with Klimt’s artistic forerunners and leads to his contemporaries. In striking juxtaposition, the show displays works by Klimt, Van Gogh, Matisse, and many others. Curated by Markus Fellinger (Belvedere, Vienna), Edwin Becker (Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam) and Renske Suijver (Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam).
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Wien | Unteres Belvedere / Orangerie
02-03-2023 - 05-29-2023
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Komar & Melamid: A Lesson in History
The exhibition is a retrospective of the two renowned Russian-American artists Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid, who worked together as a duo from the late 1960s through 2004. Komar and Melamid emerged from the circle of Soviet nonconformist artists who rejected the Soviet government’s dictate that limited artists to the propaganda-based style of Socialist Realism. Komar and Melamid were among the founders of Sots Art, a style that employed a provocative and ironic manner to expose the absurdities of the official art and the regime as a whole. A paraphrase of American Pop Art’s reaction to the overproduction of consumer goods, Sots Art was a reaction to the overproduction of ideology that rendered Communist slogans and symbols nonsensical.
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New Brunswick, NJ | Zimmerli Art Museum
02-11-2023 - 07-16-2023
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Jacobus Vrel
His pictures look curious, his figures introverted and his street scenes strangely stage-like. Jacobus Vrel records everyday life in Holland during the 17th century, and creates quirky worlds at the same time. This volume presents the fascinating complete œuvre of a painter whose works were thought during the 19th century to have been painted by Vermeer.
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Den Haag | Mauritshuis
02-16-2023 - 05-29-2023
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World in Turmoil
Marc Chagall is regarded as the poet among the artists of modernism. In a major exhibition, the museum sheds light on a so far little-known side of his oeuvre: Chagall’s works of the 1930s and 1940s, in which the artist’s colorful palette becomes darker. The life and work of the Jewish painter were profoundly affected by the art policies of the National Socialists and the Holocaust. By the early 1930s, Chagall’s works were already examining the increasingly aggressive anti-Semitism in Europe, and he finally emigrated to the United States in 1941. During these years, his art works touch on central themes such as identity, homeland, and exile.
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Oslo | Henie Onstad Kunstsenter
03-16-2023 - 06-18-2023
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Funk You Too!
Funk You Too! connects the historic Funk Art movement to contemporary ceramic practice through the exploration of the enduring role of irony, absurdity, and a tongue-in-cheek approach to image-making with clay. The founding generation of Funk artists used forms of humour such as irony and satire to deflate the power of the aesthetic hierarchy that dismissed ceramics as hobby art.
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New York | Museum of Arts and Design
03-18-2023 - 08-27-2023
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Cover for Re-Orientations
Europe and Islamic Art from 1851 to Today
‘Re-Orientations’ adopts a transcultural approach to shed new light on European artists’ engagement with art from the Islamic world, and illustrate the importance of cultures shaped by Islam for both the fine and applied arts in Europe. Islam has long been part of European culture. At a time when mention of its name provokes unease, fear and even antipathy in Western discourse, the Kunsthaus believes it is important to present a more nuanced picture of Islam and promote cross-cultural understanding. ‘Re-Orientations’ sets up a dialogue between historical examples of Islamic art and the works of Western or Western-influenced artists in the early modern era, as well as presenting contemporary pieces. Some 200 works – from drawings, watercolours, paintings and photographs to objects made of metal, ceramic and glass as well as textiles and even videos, installations and an animated film – illustrate the diversity of this cultural transfer. With works by Nevin Aladağ, Baltensperger + Siepert, Marwan Bassiouni, Théodore Deck, Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, Osman Hamdi, Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann, Wassily Kandinsky, Gülsün Karamustafa, Paul Klee, J. & L. Lobmeyr, Gabriele Münter, Lotte Reiniger and others.
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Zürich | Kunsthaus Zürich
03-24-2023 - 07-16-2023
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Monet/Mitchell: Painting the French Landscape
Offering a fresh view of two of the most experimental painters of the 20th century, Monet/Mitchell: Painting the French Landscape is the first exhibition in the United States to examine the complex dialogue between the work of the French Impressionist Claude Monet and the American Abstract Expressionist Joan Mitchell.
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Saint Louis | Saint Louis Art Museum
03-25-2023 - 06-25-2023
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Hugo van der Goes
Between Pain and Bliss
Hugo van der Goes (ca. 1440–1482) was the most important Netherlandish artist of the second half of the 15th century. Active in Ghent and Brussels, he belonged to the second generation of Early Netherlandish painters, following in the footsteps of pioneers such as Jan van Eyck and Rogier van der Weyden. His works were highly admired by his contemporaries and frequently copied, right up into the 17th century. In 1520, Albrecht Dürer referred to him as a “great master”, an honour he bestowed on very few artists. In 2022, the Gemäldegalerie will present the very first monographic exhibition to focus on this painter.
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Berlin | Gemäldegalerie
03-31-2023 - 07-16-2023
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Etel Adnan
Born in Beirut, Etel Adnan (1925-2021) is an important representative of modernism. Her artistic and literary work is characterized by a broad and vibrant exchange between the Arab and Western worlds. The work of the poet, journalist, painter and philosopher, who spent her life between Lebanon, France and California, combines very different art forms, media, languages and cultures.
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Düsseldorf | Kunstsammlung Nordrhein- Westfalen
04-01-2023 - 07-16-2023
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