Tag Archives: contemporary art

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Teresa Solar, among the 20 nominees to The Future Generation Art Prize, by The Victor Pinchuk Foundation (Ukraine).⁣

 

The Future Generation Art Prize is a biannual global contemporary art prize to discover, recognize and give long-term support to a future generation of artists, all under 35 years old. ⁣

 

An outstanding selection committee, appointed by a distinguished international jury, has chosen these artists who will display their works at the Pinchuk Art Centre in Kyiv. Subsequently, all of them will present their works in the Future Generation Art Prize exhibition at the Venice Biennale.⁣

 

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Cabello / Carceller solo exhibition at Regelbau 411. Kunsthal for international samtidskunst. Thyholm, Denmark.

 

Opening Dec. 14 at 2pm.

Exhibition: December 14 2019 – February 16 2020.

 

 

Helena Cabello and Ana Carceller have been working together for three decades to exploring how particular body ideals and particular notions dominate our visual culture, how these notions create special kinds of representation, and how to offer alternatives to these notions.

 

The two bunkers in Regelbau 411 each present a video work that has been transformed into two site-specific video and text installations. The artists visited the art centre on Thyholm this summer and have since developed this special exhibition design.

 

 

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A ROVING GAZE (UM OLHAR INQUIETO)

Pedro Cabrita Reis

Opening 19.11, 22h
20.11.2019 – 22.03.2020
FUNDAÇÃO DE SERRALVES, Porto, Portugal

 

Specifically conceived for the Museum’s spaces, a single, large-scale work with a very clear autobiographic quality will reflect the ever-present relationship between Cabrita Reis’s artistic practice and his reflection on the role of museums. Far from any chronological concern, A ROVING GAZE includes photographs of a large selection of Cabrita Reis’s works from 1999 to the present, displayed on structures created by the artist, along with a series of objects, drawings, documents and other works, the whole generating a total installation environment in which the artist’s life and work intersect. 

 

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 Beijing Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing, China

9.12.2017 – 23.2.2018

 

The large-scale exhibition of “Troposphere – Chinese and Brazilian Contemporary Art” is a dialogue on contemporary art between China and Brazil. The exhibition was organized by China Minsheng Bank and Beijing Minsheng Art Museum, co-organized by the Brazilian Embassy to China, CURRENTS Culture and Art Foundation, Beijing Minsheng Culture and Art Foundation, with the academic support of Brazil Cultural Center of Peking University.