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    • 20.02.2020 - Catherine Opie in conversation with Jonathan D. Katz, Barbican Centre

      20.02.2020 - Catherine Opie in conversation with Jonathan D. Katz, Barbican Centre

      Catherine Opie in conversation with Jonathan D. Katz, Barbican Centre 

       

      Catherine Opie is joined by art historian and academic Jonathan D. Katz to discuss her work. Opie's political portraiture and documentary photography has consistently reflected on her interest in gender, identity and community. From her breakthrough series Being and Having (1991), which portrayed her friends from the queer, leather and BDSM communities on the West Coast, to images that unpack the gloss of American culture, highlighting racial and class divides, Opie’s body of work is a searing portrait of contemporary America.

       

      Thursday, 20 February 

      from 7:00pm

       

      Frobisher Auditorium 1

      Barbican Centre

      Silk Street

      London

      EC2Y 8DS

       

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    • 20.02.2020 - Terry Adkins: Our Sons and Daughters Ever on the Altar, Frist Art Museum, Nashville

      20.02.2020 - Terry Adkins: Our Sons and Daughters Ever on the Altar, Frist Art Museum, Nashville

      Terry Adkins: Our Sons and Daughters Ever on the Altar, Frist Art Museum, Nashville 

       

      These concurrent presentations of sculptures, prints, installations, and video by Terry Adkins are exhibited forty-five years after Adkins’s graduation from Fisk. The exhibition pays special attention to the influence that his time in Nashville had on the late internationally acclaimed artist. ⁣

       

      Frist Art Museum 

      Exhibition dates: 20 February - 31 May 2020

       

      Fisk University Galleries

      Exhibition dates: 20 February - 12 September 2020 

       

      Frist Art Museum
      919 Broadway
      Nashville, TN

       

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    • 19.02.2020 - Catherine Opie, Akram Zaatari: Masculinities - Liberation through Photography, Barbican

      19.02.2020 - Catherine Opie, Akram Zaatari: Masculinities - Liberation through Photography, Barbican

      Catherine Opie, Akram Zaatari: Masculinities - Liberation through Photography, Barbican 

       

      Examining depictions of masculinity from behind the lens, the Barbican brings together the work of over 50 international artists, photographers and filmmakers including Catherine Opie and Akram Zaatari. 

       

      Barbican Centre
      Silk Street, London
      EC2Y 8DS

       

      Exhibition dates: 20 February - 17 May 2020 

       

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    • 17.02.2020 - Steve MᶜQueen: In conversation with Paul Gilroy

      17.02.2020 - Steve MᶜQueen: In conversation with Paul Gilroy

      Steve MᶜQueen: In conversation with Paul Gilroy 

       

      Steve MᶜQueen will be joined in conversation by Professor Paul Gilroy from University College London. The conversation will be chaired by Clara Kim, The Daskalopoulos Senior Curator, International Art at Tate Modern. 

       

      Monday, 17 February 

      6:30-8:00pm 

       

      Starr Cinema

      Tate Modern

      Bankside
      London

      SE1 9TG

       

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    • 12.02.2020 - Thomas Dane Gallery at Frieze LA 2020

      12.02.2020 - Thomas Dane Gallery at Frieze LA 2020

      Thomas Dane Gallery at Frieze LA 2020

       

      Drawing(s)
      Thomas Dane Gallery 
      Stand: C08

      Featuring works by: Terry Adkins, Hurvin Anderson, Walead Beshty, Lynda Benglis, Cecily Brown, Anya Gallaccio, Arturo Herrera, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Michael Landy, Bob Law, Glenn Ligon, Lari Pittman, Amy Sillman, Caragh Thuring and Akram Zaatari.

      Preview: 13 February 2020
      Public days: 14-16 February 2020

       

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    • 03.02.2020 - Cecily Brown and Dana Schutz: Radical Figures, Whitechapel Gallery

      03.02.2020 - Cecily Brown and Dana Schutz: Radical Figures, Whitechapel Gallery

      Cecily Brown and Dana Schutz: Radical Figures, Whitechapel Gallery, London

       

      Whitechapel Gallery

      77-82 Whitechapel High Street
      London
      E1 7QX

       

      Exhibition dates: 6 February - 10 May 2020 

       

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    • 30.01.2020 - Glenn Ligon: Artist Talk, The Menil Collection

      30.01.2020 - Glenn Ligon: Artist Talk, The Menil Collection

      Glenn Ligon: Artist Talk, The Menil Collection, Texas

       

      Glenn Ligon delivers an Artist Talk on occasion of the Menil’s recent acquisition of his work, Untitled (Orpheus and Eurydice). Ligon discusses the concept of America in his work, from his text-based neon sculptures that illuminate words, phrases, and sentences to his highly textured language-based paintings that draw their content from American history, popular culture, and literary works by writers such as James Baldwin, Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison, Gertrude Stein, and Jean Genet, among others.

       

      Friday, 31 January

      6:00-7:00pm

       

      Main Building

      The Menil Collection

      1533 Sul Ross Street
      Houston, Texas

       

       

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    • 24.01.2020 - Walead Beshty: Standard Deviations, Kunst Museum Winterthur

      24.01.2020 - Walead Beshty: Standard Deviations, Kunst Museum Winterthur

      Walead Beshty: Standard Deviations, Kunst Museum Winterthur 

       

      Kunst Museum Winterthur

      Beim Stadthaus
      8400 Winterthur

       

      Exhibition dates: 24 January - 19 April 2020 

       

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    • 21.01.2020 - Paul Pfeiffer: Artist Talk, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design

      21.01.2020 - Paul Pfeiffer: Artist Talk, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design

      Paul Pfeiffer: Artist Talk, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Denver

       

      Tuesday, 21 January 

      6:00-8:00pm

       

      The VASD Programme 

      Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD)

      Mary Harris Auditorium 

      1600 PIERCE ST 

      Denver 

       

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    • 15.01.2020 - Cecily Brown: Blenheim Palace

      15.01.2020 - Cecily Brown: Blenheim Palace

      Cecily Brown: Blenheim Palace 

       

      In Spring 2020, Blenheim Art Foundation will unveil a major solo exhibition by Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace. This will be the first exhibition in the Foundation’s programme to be comprised entirely of new work created in response to the Palace, and the first devoted to contemporary painting.

       

      For this exhibition, Brown is developing a significant new body of work. This will respond to Blenheim Palace’s history as an English country estate and as the home to successive generations of the Spencer-Churchill family and their world-renowned permanent collection of paintings, tapestries and decorative arts.

       

      Providing charged re-interpretations of pastoral imagery, hunting scenes and bucolic Victorian fairy painting, Brown—who has been based in the US for the last 25 years—offers an international perspective on her British heritage, critically and sensually exploring the nostalgic fantasies of the British stately home in the popular imagination. Brown’s works evoke a dream-like vision of the past, reflecting on the Palace’s artworks as symbols of power and influence, their images and narratives still informing perceptions of Britain today.

       

      Exhibition dates: 23 April - 5 July 2020 

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