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Tech Tuesday: Everything and Nothing a new video installation by Random International is featured in Museum of Science and Technology’s new exhibition #WonderMaterials. The show explores the potential impact of ‘wonder material’ graphene through photography, poetry, conductive display. Read more about the exhibition on Creative Review. https://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog/2016/july/seeing-the-unseen-new-exhibition-wonder-materials-explores-how-graphene-could-change-our-world/#.V5ZE7LhLf2s.
The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum will be exhibiting Hiroshi Sugimoto: Lost Human Genetic Archive from September 3 through November 13, 2016. Occupying two floors of the museum, the exhibition will showcase Sugimoto’s latest and never before seen series Abandoned Theater; the first Japanese showing of Lost Human Genetic Archive; and the installation, Sea of Buddhas. Focusing on Sugimoto’s view of both history and the world, the viewer experiences and perceives the work they are forced to reconsi
Fundación MAPFRE presents Hiroshi Sugimoto an exhibition showcasing five different series of the artist’s works from the last 40 years: Seascapes, Portraits, Theaters, Dioramas, and Lightning Fields. Rejecting digital methods of photography, Sugimoto achieves a deeper and more profound meditation on the nature of perception. The exhibition is now on view through September 25, 2016. For more information, visit the Fundación MAPFRE website.
This year, Grüntuch Ernst Labs the Former Jewish Girls School presents Random International's Swarm Study IX, an immersive video installation on view at the Chemnitz train station in Berlin. Swarm Study IX is the artists' first permanent, public installation in Germany. Learn more on Random International's website here.
Film Friday: ART21’s Exclusive series presents Richard Tuttle’s exhibition walkthrough of 26. In the interview, Tuttle reflects on a decades-long career, and the conceptual, thematic, and stylistic threads that can be consistently traced through his 26 New York gallery exhibitions. Watch the walk through on ART21’s website here.
ART21's Exclusive series presents Richard Tuttle's exhibition walkthrough of 26. In the interview, Tuttle reflects on a decades-long career, and the conceptual, thematic, and stylistic threads that can be consistently traced through his 26 New York gallery exhibitions. Learn more on ART21's website here.
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We are pleased to announce that Tate Modern has accepted into the permanent collection three drawings exhibited in Olga Chernysheva's GRAD (Gallery for Russian Art and Design) exhibition 'Peripheral Visions' with the generous support of Tate patrons. Olga's next exhibition 'Vague Accent' will open at The Drawing Center in New York on 6th October. For more information please click here.
Pace congratulates Robert Irwin on his new installation for The Chinati Foundation. Sixteen years in the planning, this long-awaited installation further elaborates Donald Judd’s vision of Chinati as a singular place for contemporary art and is the first major addition to the collection since the opening of the Dan Flavin project in 2000 and the opening of the John Wesley gallery in 2004. Learn more about the permanent installation from The Chinati Foundation, here. Read more about Irwin's
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Now On View: Our summer group show GLASS is now on view. Featuring works by Maya Lin, Kiki Smith and Fred Wilson, the exhibition explores each artist’s use of the material, highlighting the dichotomy between glass as a medium and as a found element. See the exhibition at 537 West 24th Street through August 19.
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