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Yinka Shonibare: FABRIC–ATION at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Taking place in three of YSP’s indoor galleries and the open air, FABRIC–ATION features over 30 vibrant works from the period 2002 – 2013 including sculpture, film, photography, painting and collage, with many works never before seen in the UK.
Jeff Koons at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Max Ernst at Fondation Beyeler
This extensive Max Ernst retrospective at the Foundation Beyeler features more than 170 paintings, collages, drawings, sculptures and illustrated books, including major works from every phase of his career. Max Ernst’s creativity in handling imagery and inspiration is still capable of astonishing viewers today.
Henri Matisse: La Gerbe at Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) are presenting an exhibition highlighting Henri Matisse’s final commissioned artwork, which Frances L. Brody promised to LACMA in honour of the museum’s 25th anniversary and bequeathed in 2010.
Robert Motherwell: Early Collages at Peggy Guggenheim Collection
This exhibition at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy, is devoted to Robert Motherwell’s papiers collés and works on paper executed during his first decade of art making (1941-1951). Featuring over 40 works, the exhibition also honours Peggy Guggenheim’s early patronage of the artist.
The Power of the Print: Leonard Beaumont Rediscovered at Graves Art Gallery
Leonard Beaumont was a prolific Sheffield-born artist and designer, whose skillful etchings and bold modernist linocuts have rarely received the attention they deserve. A new exhibition opening at the Graves Gallery this winter, The Power of the Print: Leonard Beaumont Rediscovered will revisit the work of this arguably neglected son of the city.
Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing at Turner Contemporary
‘Curiosity: Art and the Pleasure of Knowing’ is a Hayward Touring exhibition in association with New York art and culture magazine ‘Cabinet’ which opens at Turner Contemporary, Margate and moves on to the Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norwich (Sep 2013 – Jan 2014), and de Appel, Amsterdam (Jun-Aug 2014).
Ron Mueck at Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain
This is his first major exhibition of Ron Mueck’s work in Europe since the hugely successful Fondation Cartier exhibition of 2005. In addition to six important recent sculptures the show includes three produced especially for this event. A new film recording their creation has been made for the occasion by Gautier Deblonde. Revealing the reclusive artist at work further emphasizes the sensitivity and power of Ron Mueck’s sculpture and highlights its particular resonance for our time.
Moore Rodin at Henry Moore Institute
Turner Contemporary gallery at Turner Contemporary
Margate’s new Turner Contemporary gallery is one of the largest and most important spaces for art outside London. The building was designed by internationally acclaimed architect, David Chipperfield, winner of 2007 RIBA Stirling Prize and RIBA Royal Gold Medal for Architecture,