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Julian Rosefeldt
In the Land of Drought
Julian Rosefeldt
Confronting the relationship between humanity and its impact on the world, the camera follows an army of scientists emerging to investigate the archaeological remains of civilization after extinction.
Cig Harvey
Eating Flowers
Sensations of Cig Harvey
Spanning photography, video, mixed media and the written word, Harvey’s creative practice explores physical and emotional boundaries of the senses with vividly colored images and seductive vocabulary.
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The deep immortal human wish
Deep immortal human wish, the timeless will. Voyage through death to life upon these shores. Shuttles in the rocking loom of history, the dark ships move their bright ironical names. –Robert Hayden
Erwin Olaf
Erwin Olaf: Women
Through August 16, 2019
Olaf’s women subjects are staged in highly composed images of formal perfection while instilling a sense of quiet drama into his scenes, resulting in an air of ambiguity and narrative uncertainty.
Julian Rosefeldt
In the Land of Drought
Julian Rosefeldt
Confronting the relationship between humanity and its impact on the world, the camera follows an army of scientists emerging to investigate the archaeological remains of civilization after extinction.
Cig Harvey
Eating Flowers
Sensations of Cig Harvey
Spanning photography, video, mixed media and the written word, Harvey’s creative practice explores physical and emotional boundaries of the senses with vividly colored images and seductive vocabulary.
ARTPIL / Prescription .099
The deep immortal human wish
Deep immortal human wish, the timeless will. Voyage through death to life upon these shores. Shuttles in the rocking loom of history, the dark ships move their bright ironical names. –Robert Hayden
Erwin Olaf
Erwin Olaf: Women
Through August 16, 2019
Olaf’s women subjects are staged in highly composed images of formal perfection while instilling a sense of quiet drama into his scenes, resulting in an air of ambiguity and narrative uncertainty.
Florian Hetz
All Bodies Are Temples
Slowroom Contemporary
In conversation with photographer and curator Pete Lamberto and graphic designer Casper Svendsen of the nomadic platform Slowroom Contemporary about the process behind their newest exhibition.
Jamie Hawkesworth
Preston Bus Station / Jamie Hawkesworth
Through August 31, 2019
I began to see, feel and understand its effect, I was becoming sensitive to light. Being patient in such a transitional space began to amplify every detail. Everything became significant. –Hawkesworth
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye
So British! Collection Pinault
Through May 11, 2020
Since its creation 30 years ago, the Pinault collection has grown quickly to become a major presence in the contemporary arts. This exhibition focuses on the British artists present in the collection.
Julian Rosefeldt
In the Land of Drought
Julian Rosefeldt
Confronting the relationship between humanity and its impact on the world, the camera follows an army of scientists emerging to investigate the archaeological remains of civilization after extinction.
Cig Harvey
Eating Flowers
Sensations of Cig Harvey
Spanning photography, video, mixed media and the written word, Harvey’s creative practice explores physical and emotional boundaries of the senses with vividly colored images and seductive vocabulary.
ARTPIL / Prescription .099
The deep immortal human wish
Deep immortal human wish, the timeless will. Voyage through death to life upon these shores. Shuttles in the rocking loom of history, the dark ships move their bright ironical names. –Robert Hayden
Erwin Olaf
Erwin Olaf: Women
Through August 16, 2019
Olaf’s women subjects are staged in highly composed images of formal perfection while instilling a sense of quiet drama into his scenes, resulting in an air of ambiguity and narrative uncertainty.
Florian Hetz
All Bodies Are Temples
Slowroom Contemporary
In conversation with photographer and curator Pete Lamberto and graphic designer Casper Svendsen of the nomadic platform Slowroom Contemporary about the process behind their newest exhibition.
Jamie Hawkesworth
Preston Bus Station / Jamie Hawkesworth
Through August 31, 2019
I began to see, feel and understand its effect, I was becoming sensitive to light. Being patient in such a transitional space began to amplify every detail. Everything became significant. –Hawkesworth
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye
So British! Collection Pinault
Through May 11, 2020
Since its creation 30 years ago, the Pinault collection has grown quickly to become a major presence in the contemporary arts. This exhibition focuses on the British artists present in the collection.