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Jean Dubuffet, Ardent Celebration

Bilbao, Spain

Guggenheim Bilbao

Opened 25 Feb 2022

Until 21 Aug 2022

Radical Landscapes

Liverpool, UK

Tate Liverpool

Opened 5 May 2022

Until 4 Sep 2022

Rodin's Hands

Philadelphia, USA

The Rodin Museum

Opened 4 Feb 2021

Until 31 Dec 2023

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Inge Dick, The Colours of Light

Making light and the colour of light visible with painterly, photographic, and filmic means is the mission Austrian artist Inge Dick (b. 1941) has devoted her life’s work to. At the focus of this exhibition is the fourpart ​“project jahres licht weiss (2012 – 2015)”. In this seasonal work, the artist explores the multifaceted nature of light in a manner that is both experimental and, in a manner of speaking, poetical. With four digital films she makes visible the changes in the intensity and the colour of light that occur in the course of a year.

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Linz, Austria

Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz

Opened 18 Mar 2022

Until 14 Aug 2022

Swedish Acquisitions

“Swedish acquisitions: Matches” is the second of two group exhibitions presenting works from Moderna Museet’s major project to purchase new art: “Swedish acquisitions 2021”. Meet artists who create alternative universes, express their desire for queer community or promote biological diversity through experimental methods of collaboration. This exhibition embraces a wide variety of works and methods, by artists from different generations all over Sweden. Where the first exhibition, “Insights”, probes the intimate and the painful, “Matches” opens up to the world and to interpersonal relations.

 

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Stockholm, Sweden

Opened 7 May 2022

Until 14 Aug 2022

Ruth Asawa, Citizen of the Universe

Asawa called for an inclusive and revolutionary vision for art’s role in society. As a teenager she lived in an internment camp due to the forced relocation and incarceration for some 120,000 Japanese-Americans by the US government on the eve of World War II. Despite the extreme conditions she learned artistic skills from professional artists and left in the firm belief that art can be life changing and a positive force for social good. The exhibition is curated by Emma Ridgway, Head of Programme, Chief Curator at Modern Art Oxford, and Vibece Salthe, Senior Curator at Stavanger Art Museum.

 

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Oxford, UK

Modern Art Oxford

Opened 28 May 2022

Until 21 Aug 2022

Jean Dubuffet, Ardent Celebration

An exhibition surveying the defining decades of the career of Jean Dubuffet, spanning his first years of committed artistic production in the 1940s through his final fully developed series, completed in 1984. The exhibition is drawn primarily from the rich holdings of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and supplemented by important selections from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.

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Bilbao, Spain

Guggenheim Bilbao

Opened 25 Feb 2022

Until 21 Aug 2022

Alternate Realities: Altoon, Diebenkorn, Lobdell, Woelffer

Abstract expressionism is an innovation closely associated with art of the mid-20th century, a period when new gestural approaches to painting rendered even the artist’s brush obsolete.Yet many followers of this movement did not reject representation outright. Instead they forged a productive dialogue between the two modes, incorporating references to recognizable imagery and emphasizing the artist’s own process as an alternate approach to realistic depiction.This exhibition focuses on four groundbreaking painters who were active in Los Angeles or the Bay Area in the 1950s and 1960s and who deployed figuration in an otherwise abstract vocabulary. Drawn entirely from the Norton Simon Museum’s expansive holdings of postwar American art, Alternate Realities explores the ways in which artists challenged the limitations of pure, gestural abstraction by exploiting the resonance of figural forms.

 

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Pasadena, USA

Norton Simon Museum

Opened 13 May 2022

Until 22 Aug 2022

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