Museum Exhibitions


Eduardo Chillida

Les Abattoirs
Toulouse, France

From the 1950s, Spanish artist Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002) contributed to the renewal of the kind of sculpture that challenged the constraints of materials. Associating ironwork with modern sculpture, encompassing the surrounding space, he has thus contributed to a redefinition of sculpture, along with David Smith in the United States or...
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Subodh Gupta

Monnaie de Paris, Paris, France

Showcasing the diversity of Subodh Gupta’s practice, the exhibition features iconic sculptures using stainless steels pots and pans, such as ‘Very Hungry God’ (2006), for which Gupta is best known and cast found objects, such as ‘Two Cows’ (2003), alongside very new works, like ‘Unknown Treasure’ (2017) and...
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Rashid Johnson
No More Water

Lismore Castle Arts
Lismore, Ireland

The first major solo exhibition by Rashid Johnson in Ireland, encompassing large scale works on paper, 2 film works, and several new sculptural works made for the gardens. Inspired by a childhood steeped in African American cultural influences, Rashid Johnson creates layered artworks that engage a conversation between personal biography and its...
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Bharti Kher
Points de départ, points qui lient

Montreal, Canada

Bharti Kher is known internationally for her signature use of the bindi in works across painting and sculpture. Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘bindu’—meaning point, drop, dot or small particle—and rooted in ritual and philosophical traditions, the bindi is a dot applied to the centre of the forehead as a representation of a...
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Louise Bourgeois
The Empty House

Schinkel Pavillon
Berlin, Germany

The solo exhibition dedicated to Bourgeois’ sack forms brings together a range of works in diverse media from the last two decades of her life. Bourgeois first explored the possibilities of the sack form in her writings from the the early 1990s, and sacks – hollow or filled, transparent or opaque – began to appear regularly in her sculptures...
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Maria Lassnig

Kunstmuseum St Gallen
St Gallen, Switzerland

For the first time, the exhibition traces these aspects, presenting her world-famous late work from new perspectives. Fantastic early works in the tradition of modernism and pictures that were largely created in Vienna up to 1960, which could be associated with Art Informel and Tachism, form basic structures of fragile interrelations to which...
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Phyllida Barlow

The High Line
New York NY, USA

For the High Line, Barlow presents a new iteration of a sculpture presented outside the British Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale, re-imagined for the High Line. Throughout her career, Barlow has constantly revisited works to reconfigure them, often in consideration of a new context. The work consists of two large concrete panels, with holes...
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Louise Bourgeois
To Unravel a Torment

Glenstone Museum
Potomac MD, USA

Glenstone Museum presents Louise Bourgeois: To Unravel a Torment, on view from May 10, 2018 through January 2020.* The exhibition will feature five decades of the trailblazing work of the French-born American artist, whose formal innovation and fearless explorations of sexuality and her own personal history make her an icon of late-20th-century...
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