‘Stuff Matters’ at Centraal Museum’s exhibition of the playful manipulation of form and colour in the monumental installations by Jessica Stockholder.
For the Villa Carmignac’s second year of existence, the Fondation Carmignac’s show La Source (The Source) features over sixty artworks from the Carmignac collection, as well as important loans and new productions
Museum Tinguely in Basel, Switzerland presents the artistic-archaeological work of Lois Weinberger in Debris Field (2010–2016).
The inauguration of the Estonian Pavilion at the 58th Venice biennale will be on 10th of May at 17 with a solo show by Kris Lemsalu called “Birth V – Hi and bye”.
Huma Bhabha: They Live encompasses sculpture, drawing, and photography, with a special focus on Bhabha’s engagement with the human figure.
In ‘The Floor is Lava’, artist duo Sander Breure and Witte van Hulzen populate Marres with sculptures and molded portraits of people in everyday environments.
The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris is presenting Thomas Houseago’s first retrospective in France.
M – Museum Leuven in Belgium is presenting a major exhibition of new work and a selective survey of the artistic practice of Pieter Vermeersch.
A new cycle of four paintings by British artist Henry Hudson at Hannah Barry Gallery features a large-scale, custom-fitted Scagliola floor providing a scenography and stage for a series of new performances in the space.
The genius of Leonardo da Vinci provides the inspiration for an immersive experience from internationally-acclaimed digital studio, Universal Everything. This new installation is a 21st century response to the artist’s ground-breaking Studies of ﬂowing water; on display as part of Millenium Gallery’s ‘Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing’ exhibition that marks the 500th anniversary of his death.
“Wil-o-Wisp” is a new exhibition by Rachel Rose that follows Elspeth Blake, a mystic and healer, across three decades of transformation in 17th century agrarian England.
Luxembourg & Dayan has announced “Interior Life”, an exhibition of new works by artist Derrick Adams, includes new portraits on paper from the artist’s ongoing Deconstruction Worker series, installed on custom wallpaper depicting imaginary domestic environments