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Milan
Data:
29 maggio – 13 luglio
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William Kentridge

Waiting to Forget Something

Luogo:
Naples
Data:
27 marzo – 29 giugno
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WLLIAM KENTRIDGE | Solo Show, " Je n’attends plus (I am Not Waiting Any Longer)" at LUMA Arles

WLLIAM KENTRIDGE | Solo Show, " Je n’attends plus (I am Not Waiting Any Longer)" at LUMA Arles

William Kentridge will debut at LUMA Arles this summer, the exhibition Je n’attends plus (I am Not Waiting Any Longer) presents a group of major works, some of which have not been seen in Europe before. Dealing with issues of migration, oppression, racial relations, the transmission of history, and the role of the artist in a society under duress, the exhibition brings together a remarkable body of experimental and performative work.

  • LUMA Arles
  • Parc des Ateliers, 35 avenue Victor Hugo, 13200 Arles
  • 30 giugno 2024
WILLIAM KENTRIDGE | World Premier " The great yes, The great no" at LUMA Arles

WILLIAM KENTRIDGE | World Premier " The great yes, The great no" at LUMA Arles

March 1941: a cargo ship leaves Marseille for Martinique with, on board, several artists and intellectuals escaping from Vichy France, including André Breton, Claude Lévi-Strauss and the Cuban artist Wifredo Lam. The wonderful visual artist William Kentridge launches the spectator on to one of his artistic, political and spiritual adventures of which he alone holds the secret: a chamber opera inspired by the avant-gardes of the time, mixing the surreal and irrational (masks, collages, projections) and engaging dancers, performers, chorus members and instrumentalists in a vast web of musical styles, especially African and Caribbean.

  • LUMA Arles
  • Parc des Ateliers, 35 avenue Victor Hugo, 13200 Arles
  • 7 – 10 luglio 2024
TOBIAS ZIELONY | "The remains of nothing" at Museo Madre Naples

TOBIAS ZIELONY | "The remains of nothing" at Museo Madre Naples

The project takes its title from the 1986 novel by Enzo Striano, which recounts the life story of Eleonora de Fonseca Pimentel, and the revolution of 1799 that led to the birth of the short-lived Neapolitan Republic. Between subjectivity and history, the book explores the possibility of social and anthropological change during an era of significant transformation in Naples. The exhibition begins by looking at the work of one of the most visionary figures of the Italian architectural scene in the second half of the twentieth century, Aldo Loris Rossi.

  • Museo Madre, Museo d'arte contemporanea Donnaregina
  • Via Luigi Settembrini 79, 80139 Naples
  • 30 maggio – 29 luglio 2024
THOMAS RUFF | Group Show, "Expanded With" at Castello di Rivoli

THOMAS RUFF | Group Show, "Expanded With" at Castello di Rivoli

"Expanded With" is part of "Expanded", an exhibition in three chapters, curated by Marcella Beccaria and Elena Volpato, designed to enhance the photographic core of the Fondazione per l'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT Collection, on loan to Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea and GAM Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Torino.

  • Castello di Rivoli Museo di Arte Contemporanea
  • Piazza Mafalda di Savoia 10098 Rivoli - Torino
  • 2 maggio – 25 agosto 2024
JOSEPH KOSUTH | Group Show, "Take a Breath" at  IMMA Dublin

JOSEPH KOSUTH | Group Show, "Take a Breath" at IMMA Dublin

"Take a Breath" is a major new exhibition that provides an historical, social, political, and personal examination of breathing – why we breathe, how we breathe and what we breathe – exploring themes of decolonisation, environmental racism, indigenous language, the Impact of war on the environment and breath as meditation.

  • IMMA | Irish Museum of Modern Art
  • Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Military Rd, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, D08 FW31, Ireland
  • 14 giugno 2024 – 17 marzo 2025
VANESSA BEECROFT | Group Show, "Arcadia" at Bally Foundation

VANESSA BEECROFT | Group Show, "Arcadia" at Bally Foundation

The «Arcadia» exhibition takes as its starting point the shaping of the territory of the SwissItalian region of Ticino over the past century, exploring different axes aiming at an ideal of happiness that embraces and develops the relationship with nature. With the democratization of the automobile in the 1930s, Ticino is finally connected more directly and quickly to German-speaking Switzerland by the Gotthard Road, thereby acquiring the nickname «Sonnenstube,» the sunspot. This sunny and welcoming region became attractive to artists and celebrities at a time when exotic gardens are becoming fashionable.

  • Bally Foundation
  • Villa Heleneum, Via Cortivo 24 6976 Lugano - Switzerland
  • 29 maggio 2024 – 12 gennaio 2025

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