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EXHIBITIONS

2017
 
 
 

HARD TO PICTURE

A TRIBUTE TO AD REINHARDT

17/06/2017 - 28/01/2018

In tandem with his writings on art and his pictorial praxis, which would culminate in the radical and emblematic works which his monochrome paintings turned out to be, in the 1930s Ad Reinhardt developed an activity as an illustrator, and published caustically witty drawings in the American press. Through a broad selection of illustrations and drawings, the exhibition underscores the artist’s great freedom of tone and commitment as much with regard to political and social issues as to art, and abstract art in particular.

Hard to picture

FLATLAND / ABSTRACTIONS NARRATIVES #2

07/10/2017 - 02/04/2018

Borrowing its title from a book written in 1884 by Edwin A. Abbott, where the leading characters are geometric forms, and the narrator, a Square, describes his discovery of a three-dimensional world, this group show deals with the way in which, from the 1960s on, artists have drawn inspiration from the formal abstract vocabularies which ran through the 20th century, infiltrating them with narratives. Flatland / Abstractions narratives #2 brings together some thirty artists from different generations.

Flatland / Abstractions narratives #2

SU-MEI TSE

NESTED

07/10/2017 - 02/04/2018

Marked by her cosmopolitan origins, between Europe and Asia, and by her interest in the world’s acoustic dimension, Su-Mei Tse’s praxis is permeated by issues such as time, memory, rhythm, and language. Assuming the most varied of forms – sculptures, videos, photographs, installations –, her works invariably create shifts between different fields.

Su-Mei Tse

JOÃO PENALVA

03/03/2018 - 16/09/2018

By freely moving from one medium to another, by using diverse materials, the Portuguese artist João Penalva creates artworks that usually combine language and image, and develops poetic fictions that leave much room for interpretation. 

João Penalva

NO MAN’S LAND

28/04/2018 - 09/09/2018

Sanctuarization is one of the answers to ecological concerns about natural territories: the one intended as such, but also the one resulting from effects induced by military or political situations.

No Man’s Land

KATINKA BOCK

TOMORROW’S SCULPTURE

28/04/2018 - 02/09/2018

Katinka Bock’s sculptures and installations exist in intermediate, transient, precarious states.

Katinka Bock

SUSUMU SHINGU

SPACESHIP

17/05/2018 - 06/01/2019

Susumu Shingu’s art could not exist without the wind. His elegant sculptures come alive with the slightest breath and thus reveal the intangible but omnipresent nature of air.

Susumu Shingu

JEFF WALL

06/10/2018 - 18/02/2019

A major figure in the art of recent decades, since the late 1970s Jeff Wall has been developing artwork that has profoundly changed the way we look at the photographic medium. By embracing it within an enlarged pictorial tradition and thinking of it in terms of its relations with other arts - painting in particular, but also cinema, literature and theatre - he has redefined its essence and opened up what is possible. This large-scale exhibition brings together some thirty recent and older pieces by the artist.

Jeff Wall
 

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