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    Tate Modern presents Agnes Martin Retrospective

    Pace celebrates the opening of Agnes Martin’s retrospective at Tate Modern. It is the artist’s first retrospective since her death in 2004. 

    LIGHTSCAPE: James Turrell at Houghton Hall

    LIGHTSCAPE: James Turrell will run from 7 June until 24 October at Houghton Hall, Norfolk, UK. Turrell is one of the most influential contemporary artists of the last half century. Using light as a medium, Turrell investigates themes of space and perception in his work. 

    Michal Rovner commission for new London station

    The City of London and Canary Wharf Group have comissioned Michal Rovner to create a number of video installations for a new crossrail station. Opening in 2018, several pieces depicting a continual stream of people in motion will be permanent fixtures throughout the station in Canary Wharf. These public artworks will be seen by over 25 million passengers a year and will be curated by Future City.

    Alexander Calder at Tate Modern

    In November 2015, the Tate Modern will present Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture, the largest retrospective of the artist’s mobiles. The exhibition charts the emergence of Calder’s interest in movement during his stay in Paris in the 1920s and 1930s, the evolution of his mobiles, and their impact on dance, film, music, theater, and sculpture in the twentieth century.

    Barbara Hepworth - Sculpture for a modern world at Tate Britain

    Tate Britain presents Sculpture for a modern world, mapping the progression from Hepworth’s early works to becoming a principal figure of international modern art. The exhibition showcases the diversity of Hepworth’s practice, featuring her sculptures in stone, bronze and wood alongside lesser known textile, photographic and film pieces. 


    The exhibition runs from until 25th October 2015. More details here. 

    Tate has ran The Barbara Hepworth Museum in St Ives since 1980, maintaining the Trewyn Studio and garden where Hepworth lived and worked from 1949 to her death in 1975. More details here.