ARTPIL / Prescription .026
First week of 2018

 

2018 is off and running. The holiday decorations back in their boxes, the empty bottles to the recycle bin. Back to work. Welcome to the .026th edition of Prescriptions. Here are the highlights of the first week of the new year.

 

Sarah Blesener

30 Under 30 Women Photographers / 2018

Recently adopted from Photo Boite, ARTPIL takes the reins of the well followed 30 Under 30 Women Photographers and proudly announces the 2018 group. Now in its ninth consecutive year, the collective has gown to 270 photographers from all over the world exceeding a million visits.

 

Pablo Picasso

BEING MODERN: MOMA IN PARIS

MoMA / Museum of Modern Art and Fondation Louis Vuitton announce the first exhibition in France to present MoMA’s unparalleled collection featuring masterworks of Max Beckmann, Alexander Calder, Paul Cézanne, Marcel Duchamp, Walker Evans, Jasper Johns, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Gustav Klimt, Yayoi Kusama, René Magritte, and Pablo Picasso, among others. Ongoing through March 5, 2018 at Fondation Louis Vuitton.

 

Pure Hearts / Director Roberto De Paolis

Pure Hearts / Directed by Roberto De Paolis

Parallel lives collide in Roberto De Paolis’ film, Pure Hearts, as two unsuspecting protagonists negotiate fear, love, and redemption against odds. Raw, compassionate, and shot on a hand held, the film unfolds the otherwise innocent story of a young relationship in the backdrop of complex tensions of the world which surrounds them.

 

Anne Collier

Anne Collier / The Modern Institute

The Modern Institute presents artist Anne Collier with a new body of photographic works, including several from her recent series ‘Women Crying’, along with a new 35mm slide-projection piece ‘Women With Cameras (Self Portrait)’ located in the gallery’s Bricks Space at Aird’s Lane. Through January 13, 2018.

 

Rashid Johnson

We Are Here / MCA Chicago

In honor of the MCA / Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s 50th anniversary, the museum opened We Are Here, a major three-part exhibition drawn from the MCA’s significant collection of 20th and 21st century art. Through April 1, 2018.

 

William Eggleston

The Open Road

Organized by Aperture FoundationThe Open Road / Photography and the American Road Trip considers the work of 19 photographers, treating the great American tradition of the post war generations. Opening January 26 and on view through April 22, 2018 at Milwaukee Art Museum.

 

 

RECENT PROFILES

Recent profiles include Anne Collier on view at The Modern InstituteNina Fraser, visual artist working in mixed media collage; Reintroducing William Eggleston taking part in The Open Road and Robert Rauschenberg in We Are Here / MCA Chicago. Highlights of few of the 2018 30 Under 30 Women Photographers include Catherine Canac-MarquisKatia Repina, and Tania Franco Klein.

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