Yto Barrada’s sculpture, Lyautey Unit Blocks (Play), is now on view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 916.
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Pace Gallery congratulates Lee Ufan and Yto Barrada for their inclusion in 2018's Art Basel Unlimited. Curated by the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden's Gianni Jetzer, the Unlimited sector of Art Basel is a platform for large-scale installations and sculptures, projected video works, live performances, and anything else that can’t be contained in the art fair booth. This year, the projects span the breadth of these media and formats, with new video works, performance works both new and old,
Pace Gallery congratulates Yto Barrada, Tara Donovan, and Yoshitomo Nara on their inclusion in the 2018 Gwangju Biennale! Titled "Imagined Borders," the biennale draws its name from the Benedict Anderson book of the same name about nationalism. Unlike previous years, the biennale will be structured into mini-exhibitions organized by a total of eleven curators, and will deal with a variety of themes. The 2018 Gwanju Biennale will take place September 7 through November 11 at South Korea’s Asia
Yto Barrada: Agadir opens February 7, 2018 at the Barbican Centre in London. Using as her starting point the Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine surrealist text Agadir, centered on the 1967 earthquake that devastated the Moroccan city, Barrada weaves together personal narratives and political histories to examine how a city and its people might approach the process of reinvention after a disaster. This exhibition is Barrada's first major London commission, and will present a mural, film, sculpture, and a seri