Exhibition from 24 july to 14 september 2019
Sprüth Magers presents New Order, an exhibition that surveys identity and image in British art, culture and society between 1976 and 1995. The exhibition originates from a discussion about the cultural status and art historical positioning of Peter Saville’s best-known work for Factory records made in the early 1980s and blurring the boundaries between art, design, pop and product. Karen Knorr will be exhibiting Belgravia (1979–1981) in its entirety as well as vintage prints from the series Punks (1977) made in collaboration with Olivier Richon.
Exhibiting artists include: Angus Fairhurst, Richard Hamilton, Damien Hurst, Gary Hume, Karen Knorr, Sarah Lucas, Olivier Richon, Peter Saville, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Gillian Wearing
Exhibition from 7 july to 22 september 2019
Depuis 1976, Dominique Gauthier bouscule dans son travail la règle, le discours convenu sur l’abstraction, la déconstruction, le monochrome…La peinture s’apparente ici à un enjeu, une prise de risque, une aventure. Le tableau devient le lieu d’une expérience visuelle et plastique, une entité singulièrement reliée à la complexité d’un travail en perpétuel renouvellement, en constant devenir.
Exhibition from 6 july to 20 october 2019
The human voice, spoken or sung, which makes distant memories present, is at the heart of the artists’ work. The relationship that memory has with music is also evoked by records of songs and music from exile that include the exhibition as heritage objects. More information
Exhibition from 3 july to 30 september 2019
The exhibition “Consonances” borrows from music the notion of harmonic union, inviting a dialogue between the contemporary works of the Museum of Fine Arts and the pieces loaned by the Galerie Hervé Bize, to birth a new combinatorial richness. More information
Exhibition from 1st july to 22 september 2019
The British’s attachment to their homes has continued to assert itself since the early nineteenth century, becoming an important component of their identity. The English language has invented the words comfort and comfortable, words imported into French because nothing better expressed the link between the well-being of soul and body and the domestic interior. What’s better than the theme of the home, the home so dear to the heart of the British, to highlight the richness, the diversity and the development of photography across the Channel? Home Sweet Home brings together thirty artists of all generations who allow us to share the intimacy and the everyday life of Britain from the 1970s to the present day. A look around the property that sheds light from different angles on the social, cultural and political realities, past and present, of British society. Karen Knorr will be exhibiting the a selection of works from the series Belgravia (1979–1981).
Exhibition from 1st july to 22 september 2019
On Earth brings together the work of 25 contemporary artists who use innovative imaging strategies to reflect on the evolving relationship between humans and nature. Besides photography, the artists make use of installation, sculpture, in-game photography and video. More information
Exhibition from 21 june to 20 october 2019
Settled in the near future, the season Futures of Love looks into the possible development of love and sexuality linked to new technology, scientific advances and the evolution of practices, customs and ideas.
Exhibition from 20 june to 29 september 2019
The Art Orienté Objet proposal for the Pyrenean Castle-Museum of Lourdes extends the naturalistic and animal dimension of its collections. Plus d’informations
Exhibition from 15 June 2019 to 11 November 2019
The exhibition will present the photographic work carried out by Catherine Poncin during her residency at the museum: a carte blanche around the museum’s collections combining creation and heritage dissemination where the artist proposes to bring together links between written and built heritage, history and memory, cultural actors and the local population in an approach. More information
Exhibition from 15 june to 22 september 2019
Dans sa peinture ou ses écrits, Dominique Gauthier fait preuve d’une sorte de sauvagerie poétique que dément sa voix douce et posée, ses gestes mesurés, son apparente absence d’excès, un chat souple, précis, au milieu de son immense atelier. C’est dans sa pratique de la peinture qu’il devient paroxystique et possiblement rugissant. More information
Exhibition from 14 june to 22 september 2019
Se mouvoir en cercles (et affoler la pensée) par la force du souvenir de quelque chose oublié.
Depuis 1977, les visiteurs et clients du château de Jau ont pu voir et souvent découvrir le travail d’artistes reconnus ou plus jeunes. Sabine Dauré, assistée de ses filles Régine et Estelle, a choisi cette année de montrer le travail de Dominique Gauthier. Plus d’informations
Exhibition from 14 june to 10 november 2019
From June 14 2019, Frac Bretagne hosts a solo exhibition of Marcel Dinahet. Mostly unpublished, an important set of video works as well as powerful drawings in different formats, will be shown in all spaces. More information
Travelling exhibition from 14 june to 22 december 2019
Emrooz Gallery, Isfahan, Iran
No 324, Farshid Alley (No3), Second Abshar St.
14 June – 8 July 2019
Victoria Gallery, Samara, Russia
Nekrasovskaya St. 2
21 August – 22 September 2019
The Museum of Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Zubovskiy b-r, 2
14 November – 22 December 2019
Exhibition from 13 june to 22 september 2019
La décision de cette exposition dans trois lieux différents est venue à la suite d’une causerie ou Dominique Gauthier a parlé d’une série de tableaux Provisions pour Cimabué réalisée entre 1987 et 1989, jamais montrés et peints dans une période de sa vie où il éprouvait une certaine colère. Après avoir cédé à l’attrait de l’inédit, de la série cachée, nous avons d’un commun accord décidé de la montrer mêlée, confrontée à d’autres travaux plus anciens et plus récents. More information
Exhibition from 10 june to 12 august 2019
This year, acclaimed British painter Jock McFadyen RA takes the mantle from Grayson Perry to co-ordinate the 251st Summer Exhibition. Over 1,500 works are on display, most of them for the first time. Highlights include an animal-themed ‘menagerie’ in the Central Hall. More information
Exposition du 8 juin au 22 septembre 2019
L’exposition Aux sources des années 1980 interroge leur musée imaginaire et en cherche l’écho dans des formes survivant dans la peinture des années 1980 en France, à partir d’un ensemble d’œuvres représentatives d’un dialogue fécond avec la tradition. En confrontant des démarches très diversifiées, elle permet d’appréhender la peinture de cette période dans son ensemble, en faisant éclater les habituels clivages entre Peinture cultivée et Figuration Libre. Plus d’informations
Exhibition from 8 june to 15 september 2019
The first Rauma Triennale, to be held this summer, will challenge you to consider the value of boredom – a phenomenon seemingly to be avoided at all costs in our time, the stimulus-packed era of digitalisation and globalisation. What do we lose if we give up boredom? Does boredom hide something worth holding on to? With Martha Rosler, Nabil Boutros, Emma Jääskeläinen, Hertta Kiiski, Maija Luutonen, Paulien Oltheten, Sari Palosaari, Jaan Toomik, Elina Vainio & Rauman
Exhibition from 4 June to 8 September 2019
Since 2008 Project Pressure has been commissioning world-renowned artists to conduct expeditions around the world, and for the first time these works will be shown together as MELTDOWN, a travelling exhibition premiering at the Natural History Museum, Vienna.
Exhibition from 1st june 2019 to 30th september 2019
From 1 June to 30 September 2019, the Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo brings the world’s best photographers to Baden bei Wien on the theme Hymn to the Earth. Starting at the visitor centre on Brusattiplatz, the Festival winds through the old town of Baden and through Doblhoffpark, Gutenbrunner Park and Kurpark – in two routes of 7 kilometres in total.
In France, each summer, 400 000 people enjoy the largest and most exciting photo festival in Europe. No, not in Paris, but far from any metropolis, in the Breton village of La Gacilly. The outstanding quality of the Festival is what attracts visitors to the remote location. Festival Photo La Gacilly has now struck off and found a new, second, home in Baden bei Wien. From 1 June to 30 September, the Festival presents nearly 2 000 photographs, some of them on panels up to 280 sqm in size, on a route of 7 kilometres through the parks, lanes and squares of the town, grouped in pictorial narratives created by 38 of the world’s best photographers. In Baden as in La Gacilly entry is free.
Karen Knorr will be exhibiting a number of works as large outdoor screens from two bodies of work: India Song and Fables.
Exhibition from 31 may to 3 november 2019
85 artists, confirmed and emerging, express their attachment and concern for all these forms of life, celebrating animal beauty, natural elegance, the fluidity of bodies and the extravagance of finery. More information
30 May 2019 — 08 Sep 2019
A comprehensive exhibition by Olivier Mosset (b. 1944 in Bern, lives in Tucson, Arizona) who has been one of the most radical representatives of contemporary painting, undermining the ideal of artistic originality by means of objectivity.
Alongside current large-format monochromes, shaped canvases from the past two decades, and several early works, intangible light images are also on display, developed by Madjid Hakimi, lighting designer at the Paris Opera, in collaboration with Olivier Mosset.
Exhibition from 25 May to 22 September 2019
Moonlight – 50 Years of Photographing the Moon
25 May–22 September, 2019
Humankind’s first steps on the Moon became etched in the collective consciousness via the lenses of the Hasselblad cameras which formed part of each Apollo mission from 1969 to 1972. The images are among the most iconic in the history of photography. They showed us the Moon – as well as the Earth – as we had never seen it before. In 2019, to mark the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing, Moonlight: 50 years of photographing the Moon will explore the evolving relationship between humanity and the Moon through the medium of photography and film, encompassing ideas of science, documentary, experiment, and progress but also art, imagination, parody and critique.
Exhibition from 17 may to 15 august 2019
Paz Corona (Paris), Corinne Mercadier (Paris) and Caroline Vicquenault (Marseille) take over the gallery space with their works, mainly painting and photography, under the direction of Gilles Altieri. More information
Exhibition from 10 may to 1st september 2019
Olivo Barbieri, Paola De Pietri and Petra Noordkamp are the first artists involved in the Terre in movement project.
Three artist for a photographic commission surveying the landscape of the Marche region, promoted by the Superintendency forArchaeology, Fine Arts and the Landscape of theMarche and by MAXXI, that present an overview of the landscapes, works of art, ruins, new and fragile settlements and the people inhabiting them, in the area devastated by the 2016 earthquake.A selection of works from the project will be acquired for the MAXXI Collection. More information
Exhibition from 27 April to 1st September 2019
Le Tripostal déroule le grand récit de l’Eldorado à travers une myriade d’œuvres d’art contemporain empruntées aux quatre coins du monde. En trois chapitres, correspondant aux trois étages du bâtiment : 1. Les Mondes rêvés, 2. La Ruée, 3. Un eldorado sans fin, l’exposition met en scène l’aventure universelle de tous les eldorados qui font se déplacer et se mouvoir des individus et des peuples.
Exhibition from 30 March to 25 August 2019
Concevoir sa biographie comme force créatrice est le vecteur commun aux quatre-vingts artistes internationaux invités dans « Lignes de vies – une exposition de légendes » qui réunit les gestes artistiques de générations et de pratiques différentes, allant de la photographie à la vidéo, en passant par la peinture, l’installation, la performance ou encore l’écriture.
Exhibition from 30 March to 25 August 2019
Concevoir sa biographie comme force créatrice est le vecteur commun aux quatre-vingts artistes internationaux invités dans « Lignes de vies – une exposition de légendes » qui réunit les gestes artistiques de générations et de pratiques différentes, allant de la photographie à la vidéo, en passant par la peinture, l’installation, la performance ou encore l’écriture. Plus d’infos
Exhibition from 30 mars to 3 november 2019
From gryphons to gargoyles and wyverns to wolves, come along and explore the hidden beasts lurking in the walls of Temple Newsam.
Exhibition from 23 March to 25 August 2019
In a photographic and artistic analysis of what life in the countryside is like today, the exhibition Über Leben am Land at the KUNST HAUS WIEN focuses on Europe and the US.
Exhibition from 28 september 2018 to 25 august 2019
Dream is an allegorical journey towards the most secret part of the human soul; the theme of dreams is developed through the idea of a journey, and, according to Sigmund Freud, constitutes the channel or “the royal road” for entering into contact with the unconscious and the spiritual dimension.
The exhibition, curated by Danilo Eccher, considers the dream as an element of reflection, of discovery, as a private expression, as a gateway into the deepest space of the soul.
Site-specific works alternate with works redesigned for the spaces of the Chiostro del Bramante, in a sequence that turns into one big story, thanks partly to the direct involvement of the artists. The exhibition itinerary is imagined as an experience that leads the public from the darkest zones to the meditative dimension and on to the heavenly spaces of the soul.
“Dream is the representation of the idea of the dream, another dimension that transcends the physical nature of perception to enter the territory of emotion, of enchantment, of poetry.“ Danilo Eccher
It is a journey that is physical, surreal, mental and dreamlike, leading the spectators through a series of stages and passages, stops and re-starts: from immersion in nature to a confrontation with shapes, from the evocation of personal and collective memories to contact with matter, from shadows, sounds, and darkness towards total immersion in light.
Dream completes the trilogy conceived and curated by Danilo Eccher for Chiostro del Bramante, which began with Love (2016), followed by Enjoy (2017). Three great exhibitions dedicated to the most intimate human emotions represented through the many poetics of contemporary art; three panoramas that are capable of exploring the feelings of the soul: from the ambiguity of desire to the most exhilarating joys and on into the unconscious. More information