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Selection of institutional solo and group exhibitions

OSVALDO GONZÁLEZ ‘ÁMBAR’

OSVALDO GONZÁLEZ ‘Camino’ 2019. Installation view at Galleria Continua / La Habana. Photo: Nestor Kim

14/03/2020

OSVALDO GONZÁLEZ ‘ÁMBAR’

solo show 

NC-arte 

Bogotá, Colombia 

www.nc-arte.org

Osvaldo González presents a solo show in NC-arte, a cultural and education space from the Neme Foundation whose principal aim is to contribute to the diffusion of visual arts in Colombia. Osvaldo González is an artist who has been known to explore, through painting, installations and sculpture, his fascination with spaces, his pieces becoming like landscapes or deconstructions of man’s immediate surrounding environment.

14/03/2020 - 06/06/2020

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘Partitura’

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘Partitura / Score’ 2017 (detail) Exhibition view: ‘Epifanías urbanas’ 2017 / Akzuna Zentroa - Bilbao. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

08/03/2020

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘Partitura’

solo show 

PAM - Peabody Essex Museum 

Salem, MA, USA 

www.pem.org/exhibitions/carlos-garaicoa-partitura

Commissioned by Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao and adapted for the Peabody Essex Museum, Partitura is an immersive installation that takes the form of a stage for an imaginary orchestra. A video tablet surrounded by music stands shows different single street performers with performances ranging from West African griots to opera singers to classical musicians.

08/03/2020 - 03/01/2021

‘Orientalismos / Orientalism’

MOATAZ NASR ‘Rose (The slave Market)’ 2016

06/03/2020

‘Orientalismos / Orientalism’

MOATAZ NASR 

group exhibition 

IVAM – Institut Valencià d’Art Modern 

Guillem de Castro Street 118 

Valencia, Spain 

www.ivam.es/en/exposiciones/orientalism/

This exhibition looks to study some of the stereotypes, images and misconceptions produced between the time of the Napoleonic campaign in Egypt and Syria (1798 – 1801) and 1956, when Morocco and Tunisia gained their independence. The works presented emphasise how avant-garde movements created associations with “exoticism” in order to try and come away from the canon of tradition.

06/03/2020 - 21/06/2020

‘Beating around the bush - Après nous la déluge’

ANTONY GORMLEY ‘STAY VI’ 2017, 6 mm square section mild steel bar, 119 x 48 x 107 cm. Installation view, Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Italy, 2017. Photo: Ela Bialkowska, OKNO STUDIO. © the artist

05/03/2020

‘Beating around the bush - Après nous la déluge’

ANTONY GORMLEY 

group exhibition 

Bonnefantenmuseum 

Maastricht, The Netherlands 

www.bonnefanten.nl

An exhibition program that exists from 2014 onwards, Beating around the bush, is a means for the Bonnefantem Museum to present its collection in an inquiring way. Said collection is brought into dialogue with external works and this edition sees the inclusion of two works by Antony Gormley, STAY VI 2017 and BOARD 2015, that help narrate the concept that man is central to the Anthropocene in so far as it has led to the construction of societal, political and physical structures that define how we live.

05/03/2020 - 01/02/2021

‘Mappa Mundi’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘100 Hand drawn Maps of India’ 2007-2008. Photo: Ela Bialkowska

05/03/2020

‘Mappa Mundi’

SHILPA GUPTA, QIU ZHIJIE 

group exhibition 

Boghossian Fondation 

Villa Empain 

Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 67 

Brussels, Belgium 

Curated by Alfred Pacquement 

www.villaempain.com

Cartography is an essential scientific practice that often takes on beautiful, artistic forms that represent a version of reality. Shilpa Gupta and Qiu Zhijie contribute works that depict maps which reinterpret the truths in certain societies or people.

05/03/2020 - 22/08/2020

‘Among the Trees’

PASCALE MARTHINE TAYOU ‘Plastic Tree B’ 2010-2017. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

04/03/2020

‘Among the Trees’

PASCALE MARTHINE TAYOU 

group exhibition 

Hayward Gallery 

London, UK 

www.southbankcentre.co.uk

Among the Trees is an exhibition that brings together artists that approach and work with man’s relationship to nature and more specifically, trees and forests. Celebrating the tree’s long-lasting position as a source of inspiration for many contemporary artists, for this occasion the Hayward Gallery hosts works by Robert Adams, Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Tacita Dean, Peter Doig, Anya Gallaccio, Giuseppe Penone, Robert Smithson, and Pascale Marthine Tayou.

04/03/2020 - 17/05/2020