June, 2014

Daelim Museum presents Troika Persistent Illusions

Daelim Museum presents Troika Persistent Illusions

Daelim Museum presents Troika Persistent Illusions an exhibition on view through 12 October 2014. Embracing a variety of media, including sculpture, drawing and contemporary installation, the exhibition introduces Troika’s existing and new works. A new edition of Cloud, installed at London’s Heathrow Airport, and Falling Light, created in collaboration with Swarovski, are on display in […]

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Santa Barbara Museum of Art Announces Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art

Since it opened its doors in 1941, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA) has consistently been dedicated to collecting—an activity that has contributed to the growth of the permanent collection in significant ways. Art produced on the West Coast is a major part of this endeavor. Left Coast: Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art presents […]

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Museum Folkwang opens (Mis)Understanding Photography

Museum Folkwang opens (Mis)Understanding Photography

Museum Folkwang presents (Mis)Understanding Photography on view 14 June–16 August 2014. (Mis)Understanding Photography—Works and Manifestos, a large-scale exhibition of key contemporary photo-works, projects, films and installations by a wide range of artists—Tacita Dean, Hans-Peter Feldmann, John Hilliard, Erik Kessels, Sherrie Levine, Ugo Mulas, Barbara Probst, Timm Rautert, Thomas Ruff, Wolfgang Tillmans, Timm Ulrichs, Gillian Wearing, […]

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Irish Museum of Modern Art opens Isabel Nolan The weakened eye of day

The Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin presents Isabel Nolan The weakened eye of day on view 7 June–21 September 2014. The exhibition explores how light manifests as a metaphor in thoughts, obsessions and pursuits and includes text, sculpture, drawings and textiles. Nolan’s works evolve out of consciously erratic investigations into the aesthetics of […]

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