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February 9 - May 9, 2018
The first comprehensive survey in the United States of work by Danh Vo will fill the ramps of the Guggenheim’s rotunda, offering an illuminating overview of Vo’s production from the past 15 years, including a number of new projects created on the occasion of the exhibition.

Significant subjects include the legacy of colonialism and the fraught status of the refugee. In particular, Vo has focused on European and U.S. influences in Southeast Asia and Latin America, examining the relationship between military interventions and more diffuse cultural incursions from forces such as evangelical Catholicism and consumer brands. Objects absorbed into the work are frequently charged by knowledge of their former ownership or their status as historical bystanders.

A sustained focus of the work has been the image of the United States in its own collective imagination and in that of the world—a topic that will be central to this exhibition.

Danh Vo at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
November 17, 2017 - March 11, 2018
The Pérez Art Museum presents Steve McQueen's video installation End Credits, (2012–2016), in which he pays homage to the African American singer, actor, and Civil Rights activist Paul Robeson (1898–1976). An anti-imperialist committed to fighting inequality, Robeson was watched in the 1950s and blacklisted by the FBI—the organization that kept an extensive archive on the Civil Rights leader and mass media performer. During the McCarthy era, the FBI compiled thousands of pages on Robeson, now a public archive which McQueen used to create this video.

 This work shows the significantly censored pages read by male and female voices. McQueen creates a compelling visual composition that brings forth the perverse nature of politically driven discrimination and persecution. 
Steve McQueen at Pérez Art Museum
November 5 - January 21, 2018

The Saint Louis Museum of Art presents Thomas Struth: Nature and Politics, a photographic exploration of industrial and scientific research spaces featuring 35 large-scale works created within the past decade.

With monumental scale and vivid color, Struth investigates the complexities of sites where human knowledge, ambition, and imagination are advanced.  Technological subjects are interspersed with other recent work including images ranging in the whimsical, like Disneyland, to the grim, like the landscape of Israel’s West Bank.


Thomas Struth at Saint Louis Art Museum
Hiroshi Sugimoto at Librairie Marian Goodman
October 28, 2017

Hiroshi Sugimoto will launch his coveted, silk-bound limited edition "Snow White" at the bookshop in late October. The book is dedicated to the series "Theaters" and is published by Damiani. The event will be followed by the opening of his exhibition "Surface Tension" at Marian Goodman Gallery from 6 pm onwards.


From 5:30 pm - 6 pm.

Hiroshi Sugimoto at Librairie Marian Goodman
October 21, 2017 - February 18, 2018

SMAK presents Gerhard Richter: About Painting, an exhibition that draws on motifs from the artist’s early work. The analysis of these motifs in the exhibit illuminates the notion that visual features Richter constant in his oeuvre were already present in his earliest paintings.

The exhibition coincides with the artist’s 85th birthday.


Gerhard Richter at SMAK
October 20, 2017 - January 7, 2018

On the occasion of their 110th anniversary, the Japan Society presents Hiroshi Sugimoto: Gates of Paradise. This show explores one of the earliest encounters between Japan and the West in the 16th century, through the eyes of Hiroshi Sugimoto. Charting the journey of four Japanese Catholic-converted boys, Sugimoto’s new monumental photographs navigate themes of hybridity and cultural exchange, marrying visual traditions from Japanese and Western art. Follow in the footsteps of the four boys and Sugimoto’s own journey in encountering this lost narrative of cross-cultural fusion.

In November, Sugimoto will present a new Noh play at the Japan Society, to coincide with the exhibit.


Hiroshi Sugimoto at Japan Society
October 13 - November 5, 2017
Anri Sala has created an innovative new installation of sculpture and sound for the 33rd Kaldor Public Art Project, which has been developed over three years ahead of its world-premiere in Sydney. The Last Resort is co-presented with Art & About Sydney. 

Sala’s project will transform the Observatory Hill Rotunda, a site with expansive views from the most elevated point in the city. Audiences will be invited to step beneath a gravity-defying ensemble of custom-built drums, to experience their rhythmic, live response to a contemporary interpretation of a Mozart Concerto. 

For The Last Resort, Sala has reimagined Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Major, a seminal piece from the Western canon and a musical expression of the European Enlightenment. Mozart’s score is upended, as if it were a message in a bottle carried from Europe across the ocean to Australia, affected by wind and waves. This abstraction of the score’s structure expresses the way shifts of location, time and perspective alter meaning. 
Anri Sala at Kaldor Art Projects
Launch and Presentation: Corinne Rondeau, “Chantal Akerman Passer La Nuit”
October 12, 2017

Art historian and university lecturer Corinne Rondeau, a well-known voice in cultural milieu through her participation in the radio show La Dispute France Culture, will be at the bookshop for the launch of her latest essay “Chantal Akerman Passer la nuit” published by Editions de l’éclat. 


6:30 - 8 pm, Librairie Marian Goodman, 66 rue du Temple 75003 Paris, 33-1-42-7757-44.

Launch and Presentation: Corinne Rondeau, “Chantal Akerman Passer La Nuit”
September 21 - December 30, 2017
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art presents a solo exhibition of Rineke Dijkstra. Titled The One and the Many, it is the first specific presentation of Dijkstra's artwork in a Scandinavian context.

Rineke Dijkstra at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
September 17, 2017

The first International Biennial of Contemporary Art of South America (BienalSur) launches this September across 30 cities in South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Aníbal Jozami, the director of the biennial, said that the inaugural edition aims to “establish a lasting institution that fosters cultural exchange and integration between countries.”

One of the most anticipated works in the show, to be displayed at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, is a new video installation by the French artist Christian Boltanski called “Misterios,” comprising sound and visuals recorded by the sea in Bahía Bustamante, in Chubut, Patagonia, during the whales’ annual breeding season. 

Christian Boltanski to participate at BienalSur
September 10 - November 26, 2017
Château La Coste presents an exhibition by Giuseppe Penone, titled Des Corps de Pierre, that will open this autumn in the recently constructed gallery pavilion by Renzo Piano.

Considering Piano’s design, the approach, and the surrounding landscape, Penone has carefully selected works that will be presented both inside and outside the gallery, creating an overall dialogue between his artwork, architecture, and nature. Works on paper, large scale bronze and marble works, and the delicate replication of a single grain of sand are included in a context that brings a poignant resonance to Penone’s interest in questions of nature and identity in today's industrialized society.
Giuseppe Penone at Château La Coste
September 8, 2017 - January 20, 2018
The Hilliard University Art Museum presents William Kentridge: Journey to the Moon, a short film that offers an intimate look into Kentridge’s production process, both physically and psychically.

It explores the studio space as a site of performance. In the role of protagonist, Kentridge himself appears, probing questions of vision and creativity. Familiar objects such as espresso cups, saucers and a percolator appear in this quest, as Kentridge aims to escape the confines of his studio and find windows into another world—one that is both absurd and profound.

Journey to the Moon originated in 35 mm and 16 mm film. It was edited by collaborator Catherine Meyburgh and features music by Phillip Miller with piano by Jill Richards.

William Kentridge at Hilliard University Art Museum
September 5, 2017 - January 8, 2018

The Museo Tamayo presents a solo exhibition of works by Anri Sala. The pieces featured in this show explore the way in which music has been associated with various political ideologies and social situations, as well as the manners in which sound, music, and language create specific meanings, especially when they are juxtaposed. 


Anri Sala at Museo Tamayo
September 5 - October 22, 2017
Norton Museum of Art presents Spotlight: Julie Mehretu: Epigraph, Damascus. 

This newly acquired work by Mehretu is known for her gestural abstract compositions which can be interpreted in this print as poignant and a deeply expressive commentary on current events.
Julie Mehretu at Norton Museum of Art
September 5, 2017

Marian Goodman Gallery congratulates Amar Kanwar, one of the laureates of the Prince Claus Award 2017. 

For the past 21 years, the Prince Claus Fund has honored visionary individuals and organizations for their excellent, ground-breaking work in fields of culture and development. 

Amar Kanwar is awarded for his profoundly disturbing, beautiful and moving works that operate at the interface between art, documentation and activism; for his critical and contemplative investigation of the nature of oppression and people’s courageous resistance against it; for giving voice to the victims of social injustice, looking deeply into the multi-layered causes and effects of problems, and recording evidence of our times; for his innovative use of hybrid art forms in a unique method of storytelling that gives viewers a potent personal experience and overcomes educational and cultural boundaries; for combining poetic sensibility and political consciousness to increase the reach and impact of documentary filmmaking; and for expanding the possibilities of art as a means of obtaining social justice and inspiring new generations of artists to think deeply about the social impact of their work.



Amar Kanwar awarded Prince Claus Award 2017
September 2, 2017 - Ongoing
Julie Mehretu’s HOWL, eon (I, II) (2017) is an expansive exploration of the American West — its transcendent landscapes and violent colonial history.

Created as part of SFMOMA’s new art commissioning program, this site-specific diptych’s two vast abstract canvases flank the main staircase in the soaring Haas, Jr. Atrium, which is freely accessible to the public.

An artist talk will take place on September 14 at 6:30pm between Mehretu and  Gary Garrels, Elise S. Haas Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture, about this large-scale commission.
Julie Mehretu at SFMOMA
September 7, 2017 - February 4, 2018

Déformation Professionnelle offers a new approach to the artist survey, an exhibition format that follows the development of an artist’s career over a period of time. Here, Baghramian has replaced the original invitation to do a retrospective and presents entirely new sculptures that reflect upon and alter her previous bodies of work from 1999 to 2016. Some pieces incorporate rejected ideas or materials, while others explore variations in form. Baghramian is, as she says, “surveying the survey,” pushing the sculptor’s task into new territory with her ever-evolving practice.

The exhibition takes its name from a French phrase often translated as “professional distortion” or “job conditioning,” referring to ways that a person’s worldview can be altered by their chosen vocation. The artist uses the exhibition as an opportunity to take apart her own profession and lay bare the sculptor’s method. In fact, the word “deformation” can also be applied to form, pointing to basic actions such as shaping, modeling, or casting. Through her playful yet critical take on the artist survey, Baghramian unpacks and interrogates the conceptual, physical, and social aspects of sculpture-making today.

Nairy Baghramian at Walker Art Center
August 24 - October 15, 2017
The Finnish Museum of Photography presents On Being an Angel, a solo exhibition dedicated to Francesca Woodman. 

This exhibition is comprised of one hundred and two photographs and one video comprised of six short films by Woodman, and selections from most of her thematic groups and series are represented. 

On Oct 11th, from 6–7 pm, a lecture will be led by art historian Dr. Katarina Lopatkina on the topic of Women/artists/bodies. It will in English, and hosted at the museum’s Process space. It is free to the public.
Francesca Woodman at the Finnish Museum of Photography
August 2-4, 2017
Lawrence Weiner has been announced as the 2017 Aspen Award for Art honoree. The award, given annually to recognize a living artist's contribution to the arts, will be presented at the Aspen Art Museum’s fundraising event, ArtCrush, on August 4. 
Lawrence Weiner is 2017 Aspen Award for Art Honoree
August 1 - September 14, 2017
V-A-C Foundation presents V-A-C Live: Tino Sehgal, an exhibition of seven works by Tino Sehgal.

The New Tretyakov Gallery and Schusev State Museum of Architecture will host works by Sehgal, who defies art as material production and constructs immersive situations that reinvent the traditional museum environment. This will be the first large-scale appearance of Sehgal’s work in Russia and parallel to the exhibition, an educational program will explore the different topics that arise from the convergence of visual art and dance.
Tino Sehgal at VAC Foundation
July 29 - November 5, 2017
The Museum der Moderne Salzburg is organizing a comprehensive exhibition of William Kentridge at both of its venues, titled Thick Time: Installations and Stagings. This large-scale exhibition will coincide with the premiere of the opera Wozzeck produced by Kentridge for the Salzburg Festival.

The Mönchsberg exhibition will feature eight large-scale multimedia installations, one of his first and his latest works. The part of the exhibition at the Rupertinum is devoted to Kentridge’s engagement with theater and opera. It will feature posters and drawings, designs, models, and costumes created since the late 1970s for major theater and opera productions.

A catalogue is being published to accompany the exhibition by Whitechapel Gallery Publications, London (English version) and Hirmer Verlag, Munich (German version) edited by Iwona Blazwick and Sabine Breitwieser, with essays by Huma Bhabha, Iwona Blazwick, Sabine Breitwieser, Michael Juul Holm, William Kentridge, Joseph Leo Koerner, and Denise Wendel-Poray.
William Kentridge at Museum der Moderne Salzburg
July 20 - October 1, 2017
The Art Institute of Chicago presents Steve McQueen: End Credits, which debuted at the Art Institute’s internationally acclaimed 2012 exhibition Steve McQueen, evidences a definitive political engagement. Inspired by the life of the legendary African American singer and social crusader Paul Robeson, McQueen structured the piece to mimic the conclusion of every feature film: the rolling credits. 

In End Credits, Part 1, McQueen reproduces every document—thousands and thousands of pages—in Robeson’s recently declassified, although still heavily redacted, FBI files. The result is an exercise in duration: nearly 13 hours of “footage” combined with a 19-hour spoken-word soundtrack. The discrepancy between the visual and audio components creates a predictable but asymmetrical loop.
Steve McQueen at the Art Institute of Chicago
Permanent Collection

Cristina Iglesias has designed a site-specific piece for the Botín Centre and the Pereda Gardens, consisting of four pools and a pond, entitled Desde lo subterráneo (From the Underground).

The sculptural intervention features five structures in grey stone enclosing overlapping iron pieces forming hollow spaces. They evoke the subterranean, the things that exist beneath the surface. Phreatic zones, underground areas saturated with water, pockets of water filled with foliage and molluscs, life speaking of the primordial ocean that gave origin to all forms of life on Earth.

Cristina Iglesias at Centro Botín
July 9 - August 27, 2017
The Kunstverein Bremerhaven presents a solo exhibition of works by Sabine Moritz.

Opening remarks will be given by Dr. Steffen Haug. 
Sabine Moritz at Kunstverein Bremerhaven
July 2, 2017

Marian Goodman Gallery congratulates Niele Toroni on being awarded the 13th Rubens Prize of the City of Siegen. 

There will be an exhibition at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen and a catalogue of the winner's work following the award ceremony.


Niele Toroni Awarded 13th Rubens Prize of the City of Siegen
June 29 - November 26, 2017
The Espace Louis Vuitton, Beijing presents its inaugural exhibition dedicated to Gerhard Richter.

This exhibition has been presented in the framework of Hors-les-murs program that showcases unseen holdings of the collection with the intention of making them more accessible to a broader public.
Gerhard Richter at Espace Louis Vuitton, Beijing
June 26 - November 12, 2017

Christian Boltanski has been chosen to be the main focus of a rich program of cultural events called Anime. Di luogo in luogo, promoted by the Municipality of Bologna (namely through its Department for Culture and Relations with the University and the Istituzione Bologna Musei) together with Emilia-Romagna Teatro Fondazione.

The project will include several events and involve many urban venues, all featuring the multi-faceted work of Boltanski, including a large anthological exhibition at the MAMbo - Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna (Museum of Modern Art), a play at the Arena del Sole theatre, an installation at the former powder keg bunker inside the Lunetta Gamberini garden and a special project inside the area of the former Giuriolo parking lot.

Christian Boltanski at MAMbo - Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna
June 21, 2017
Steve McQueen's Static is now on view in our Marron Atrium, as part of the Museum's Inbox series showcasing new acquisitions. The work is a digital projection of a 35mm film shot from a helicopter circling the Statue of Liberty, set against the backdrops of New York City and New Jersey.

The film showcases and scrutinizes the statue, defamiliarizing one of the most iconic symbols of the United States through an intimate, agitated gaze at its surfaces.

The work is on view through the summer.
Steve McQueen at Museum of Modern Art
June 10 - October 1, 2017
Nairy Baghramian, Pierre Huyghe and Cerith Wyn Evans participate in this year's Skulptur Projekte Münster, curated by Britta Peters and Kasper König.
Nairy Baghramian, Cerith Wyn Evans and Pierre Huyghe at Skulptur Projekte Münster
Permanent Collection

Cristina Iglesias's permanent hanging sculpture is now on view at the Norman Foster Foundation.

The sculpture is constructed by several suspended screens that form a shadowed space between the old building and the new pavilion created by Sir Norman Foster. The screens are thread in carbon fiber following an excerpt of the novel “Paradise Fountains” by science fiction author, Sir Arthur C. Clarke, which talks about the ionosphere.

Cristina Iglesias at the Norman Foster Foundation
June 1 - September 24, 2017

The Theater of Disappearance is a major site-specific installation by Adrián Villar Rojas, commissioned and organized by NEON at the National Observatory of Athens, Hill of the Nymphs.

This commission is Villar Rojas’ negotiation with an archaeological site for the first time as he radically alters both the indoor and outdoor space of the National Observatory. The whole site undergoes a transformation – architectural, horticultural and emotional.

The Theater of Disappearance is an umbrella title and part of four separate exhibitions taking place in 2017 across Europe and the US through new independent commissions by all institutions involved. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (April 14-October 29), Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria (May 13-Aug. 27), NEON, Athens, (June 1-Sept. 24, 2017) and the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles (Oct. 22-Feb. 26, 2018).




Adrián Villar Rojas at National Observatory of Athens, Hill of the Nymphs
May 27- September 24, 2017

The Middelheim Museum presents SOME TIME, a solo exhibition of works by Richard Deacon. 

The exhibition is made up of 31 works, both monumental and smaller pieces, which will be on display in various parts of the museum grounds. The title of the show, SOME TIME, refers to the conditional and limited nature of time and captures themes and forms that Deacon has been exploring in his oeuvre throughout his 40-year career. 

Deacon’s work Never Mind is central to the exhibition, a key piece from the museum collection that has been restored and re-coated in stainless steel especially for the exhibition.

Richard Deacon at Middelheim Museum
May 22 - October 2017
Tino Sehgal will be present at the Fondation Beyeler with an exhibition designed as a series of six successive presentations. Each work will be shown either in the museum's gardens or in one of its galleries. Sehgal’s works, which he calls constructed situations, will be interpreted by male and female artists; the situations are immaterial and fleeting, the thing that truly matters being the viewer's experience of the situation.

The point of departure for the exhibition is This You, a work acquired two years ago for the Fondation Beyeler's collection.
Tino Sehgal at Fondation Beyeler
May 20 - August 6, 2017
The Stedelijk Museum presents Rineke Dijkstra: An Ode, an exhibition that includes both includes iconic photographic works and highlights her early video work and her return to the medium in recent years.

The exhibition also premieres three works that have never been displayed in the Netherlands.
Rineke Dijkstra at Stedelijk Museum
May 20 - August 27, 2017
On the occasion of his 85th birthday, the Gerhard Richter Archive of the Dresden State Art Collections is holding an exhibition of new paintings by the artist.

Initially, most of his works were already exhibited in Museum Ludwig, Cologne, and now the 24 paintings, supplemented with seven, recently in 2017, created works, will be exhibited in the Albertinum.
Gerhard Richter at Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
May 20 - August 27, 2017
The Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb presents, for the first time in Eastern Europe, a solo exhibition of Dan Graham.

Titled Works That are Fun for the Family, a wide range of Graham's works including early video performances, his documentary Rock My Religion, and a selection of his iconic pavilions--hybrid forms between architecture and sculpture--will be on view.
Dan Graham at Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb
May 20 - July 30, 2017

Gray Matters is a multifaceted survey of 37 contemporary women artists working in the surprisingly vibrant space between—and including—black and white. The exhibition is the first organized by Michael Goodson since he assumed the role of Senior Curator of Exhibitions at the Wex, and the survey enriches a calendar year of programming in which every artist featured in our galleries is a woman.

This exhibition will feature works by Tacita Dean, Cristina Iglesias and Julie Mehretu. 

Tacita Dean, Crisitina Iglesias and Julie Mehretu at Wexner Center for the Arts
May 19 - September 3, 2017

The Fundação de Serralves - Museu de Arte Contemporânea presents, for the first time in Portugal, a solo exhibition of Julie Mehretu. Titled JULIE MEHRETU: A UNIVERSAL HISTORY OF EVERYTHING AND NOTHING, this exhibition presents 20 years of Mehretu’s paintings and drawings that have continued to redefine the way we think of painting as an instrument for mapping the world in time and space.

The exhibition is organized by Fundação de Serralves - Museu de Arte Contemporânea, and Fundación Botín. The exhibition at Serralves Museu de Arte Contemporânea is curated by Suzanne Cotter and the exhibition at Fundación Botín is curated by Vicente Todoli. 

Julie Mehretu at Fundação de Serralves - Museu de Arte Contemporânea
May 18 - June 11, 2017
MGG is delighted to announce that Julie Mehretu has been inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters as one of its newly elected members in art.
An exhibition of paintings, works on paper, video, and photographs; architectural models and renderings; and original manuscripts by newly elected members and recipients of honors and awards is now on view at the Academy galleries located on Audubon Terrace in Washington Heights.
Julie Mehretu Inducted into American Academy of Arts and Letters
May 17 - October 1, 2017
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Turin, presents "Le Notti Bianche", the debut of Hiroshi Sugimoto ’s new group of images of classical Italian opera theaters.
Sugimoto’s avid interest in the relationship between time, the moving image, and architectural space is further explored in this images as part of his ongoing Theater series first begun in 1978.
Hiroshi Sugimoto at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
May 13 - August 27, 2017
Kunsthaus Bregenz presents Adrián Villar Rojas' The Theater of Disappearance, one of the most impressive and elaborate exhibitions in the museum's history, on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.


The ground floor provides Adrián Villar Rojas’ exhibition with a completely empty stage, allowing Villar Rojas to conceive a passage through human culture from its origins to its apotheosis, transforming Kunsthaus Bregenz into a concrete bunker, in which ultimately the art objects are rescued.


Adrián Villar Rojas at Kunsthaus Bregenz
May 13 - November 26, 2017

Fondation Louis Vuitton presents Pierre Huyghe‘s retrospective as part of a series of events organized within the Beyond the Walls program and shown in Venice as part of the Biennale di Venezia's collateral events.

The Foundation will present three works from the collection: A Journey That Wasn’t (2005), creature (2005-2011) and Silence Score (1997).

Pierre Huyghe at Espace Louis Vuitton Venezia
May 13 - November 26, 2017
Cerith Wyn Evans, Gabriel Orozco, Edi Rama and Anri Sala participate in the 57th Biennale di Venezia. 

Anri Sala and Edi Rama will host a Tavola Aperta (Open Table) on June 24 in the Arsenale, Sale d’Armi G. 
Cerith Wyn Evans, Gabriel Orozco, Edi Rama and Anri Sala at 57th Biennale di Venezia
May 9 - September 24, 2017
Senza titolo, invisibile, le stelle si avvicinano di una spanna in più, oltremare appare verso Sud-Est, e la luce focalizza...  As is often the case with Giovanni Anselmo’s work, the long title is like a formula, almost a short story, which describes installations that could be considered landscapes to observe while “looking out of the window of our imagination”.

For this exhibition the route he has created unwinds through four elements-works: one work for each space, to give direction and create a tension towards the exterior. It is a route of trajectories and directions, weights and energies which represent five moments in which a meaning is implied: the visitors become participants.

It is a work in progress because it is lived and lives through the viewer. The viewer also creates a new trajectory while walking through the exhibition. 

Giovanni Anselmo at Fondazione Querini Stampalia
May 9 - September 24, 2017

Château La Coste's new Renzo Piano Photography Pavilion will be inaugurated with The Sea and the Mirror, an exhibition of photography by Hiroshi Sugimoto.

Curator Philip Larratt-Smith has made a careful selection of ten large-format works from the artist’s iconic Seascapes series to create a resonant and poetic presentation in dialogue with Piano’s architecture.

Hiroshi Sugimoto at Château La Coste
May 5 - September 17, 2017
Haus der Kunst presents Thomas Struth: Figure Ground, a comprehensive survey of Struth's oeuvre. Covering four decades of work and every phase of his career, the exhibition focuses on Struth's social interests, which represent the important forces of his influential artistic development.

Comprised of more than 130 works, this exhibition is the largest survey of his artistic career to date. It brings together never-before-shown early works and collected research material drawn from his archive; these, elucidate the far-reaching and long-standing ideas behind the works and demonstrate the process of his artistic translation up to the perfection of the image.
Thomas Struth at Haus der Kunst
April 26- September 3, 2017
The National Gallery in Prague presents Gerhard Richter: A Survey in cooperation with the German Embassy Prague, the Goethe Institute Prague, and coinciding with the 2017 Czech-German Cultural Spring.
It is a comprehensive full span, and medium scale retrospective of Richter's work for the first time in Central Europe, curated by a distinguished scholar of Richter’s work, 52nd Venice Biennale curator, Dean of Yale School of Arts, and long-time acquaintance of the artist, Robert Storr. 
Gerhard Richter at the National Gallery, Prague
April 26 - November 5, 2017
William Kentridge’s More Sweetly Play the Dance will make its North American museum premiere at the Cincinnati Art Museum. 

This powerful film installation encircles the viewer with seven screens, on which a procession of travelers passes across a charcoal-drawn animated landscape. The immersive panorama hints at multiple histories, evoking a danse macabre, a jazz funeral, an exodus and a journey. Accompanied by a brass band, the film references medieval manuscripts and the storylines of refuge throughout history.
William Kentridge at Cincinnati Art Museum
April 8 - September 17, 2017

Nairy Baghramian participates in Documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel. She will be presenting two works based on the short story, The Iron Table (1943) by Jane Bowles.

Nairy Baghramian at Documenta 14
April 8 - September 17, 2017
Amar Kanwar participates in Documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel with a presentation of Such a Morning (2017) and Letter 5 (Such a Morning) (2017), coproduced with the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Delhi, and AKF Productions, New Delhi.
Amar Kanwar at Documenta 14
April 1, 2017

Pierre Huyghe has been awarded the 2017 Nasher Sculpture Prize, a prize that honors a living artist who elevates the understanding of sculpture and its possibilities. Huyghe has profoundly expanded the parameters of sculpture through artworks encompassing a variety of materials and disciplines.

Huyghe has consistently sought new ways to bring together unconventional and heterogeneous materials into a practice exceeding the sum of its multifarious parts and was selected for his extraordinary work by an international jury of directors, curators, artists, and historians who demonstrate an unparalleled expertise in the field of sculpture. Huyghe will be presented with an award designed by Renzo Piano, architect of the Nasher Sculpture Center, at a ceremony in Dallas on April 1, 2017.

Pierre Huyghe Awarded the 2017 Nasher Sculpture Prize
March 28- August 20, 2017
Cerith Wyn Evans will unveil a major new light installation for the Tate Britain Commission 2017. The annual commission, supported by Sotheby’s, invites a contemporary British artist to create a new artwork in response to the grand space of the Duveen Galleries at the heart of Tate Britain.
Cerith Wyn Evans: 2017 Tate Britain Commission
March 25- July 25, 2017

Richard Deacon: What You See Is What You Get is the first major museum exhibition in the United States, and will include roughly 40 works from more than three decades of Deacon's oeuvre.

Along with loans from private collections as well as from institutions including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., this exhibition will debut a new work by Deacon.

Richard Deacon at San Diego Museum of Art
March 4- June 11, 2017

The Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen presents Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective, an overview of Broodthaers' oeuvre. Broodthaers formulated a critical and idiosyncratic position within the milieu of Pop Art, Minimalism, and Conceptual Art, and within a short time, received emphatic acclaim on the avant-garde art scene with the institution-critical, installation, and cinematographic works that have established him as a figure of fundamental importance for the visual art in the 20th and early 21st century. 

This exhibition is organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid.

Marcel Broodthaers at Kunstsammulung Nordrhein-Westfalen
March 4- September 3, 2017

Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents Tony Cragg: A Rare Category of Objects, the largest UK exhibition to date by Tony Cragg. New sculptures, drawings and works from nearly five decades of Cragg’s practice will survey and demonstrate the artist’s pioneering and continued mastery of materials in the Underground Gallery and open air.

Tony Cragg at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
March 1- October 1, 2017
BAMPFA’s newest commission for the Art Wall features a work by Lawrence Weiner. Like many other artists who began working in the late 1960s and 1970s, Weiner is deeply interested in methods of display that challenge the assumption that the work of art exists as a discrete object in the physical world.

For his BAMPFA commission,  Weiner considers the specific location and architecture of the site to determine the compositional arrangement of the block lettering, which hovers at the center of the expansive white wall above the Crane Forum’s wooden steps. The text reads: “LAID OUT ON THE BANKS OF A RIVER LEANING TOWARDS THE OCEAN LAID OUT ON THE BANKS OF A RIVER LEANING TOWARDS THE LAND.” The words are set in red banners with ragged edges that tilt slightly, echoing the angle of the steps while also conjuring forms of the natural landscape.
Lawrence Weiner at BAMPFA
February 24- May 29, 2017
The Moody Center for the Arts presents Nature & Politics, an exhibition of color photographs depicting scientific research and manufactured landscapes by Thomas Struth. The images bear witness to specialized imaginations. Whether it is the technological developments that make space travel possible or experiments in plasma physics, all owe their existence to the ideas and designs of experts and raise questions about the ramifications of scientific progress.

The artist will be present for a panel discussion during the opening weekend when the Moody will inaugurate interdisciplinary conversations about technology and research —important and timely topics of global significance — and how our experience of them shapes our perceptions of the world.

Thomas Struth at the Moody Center for the Arts
February 16- June 18, 2017
For the first time in Scandinavia, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is presenting a major solo exhibition of William Kentridge. William Kentridge – Thick Time focuses on a number of the artist’s distinctive works from the period 2003-2016, among others Right Into Her Arms (2016), O Sentimental Machine (2015) and More Sweetly Play the Dance (2015). Naturally the new acquisition to the Louisiana Collection The Refusal of Time (2012) - a masterly installation first shown here in the spring of 2016 - will also be part of the presentation as will be an entirely new work that Kentridge is preparing specifically for the exhibition at Louisiana.

William Kentridge at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
February 15, 2017- February 25, 2018
The ICA/Boston presents the U.S. debut of Ashes (2002–2015), a video installation by Steve McQueen. A standout from the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015, Ashes presents footage on two sides of a freestanding screen. One side, originally shot on soft, grainy Super 8 film, shows a young, carefree fisherman named Ashes balancing playfully on a pitching boat against a horizon of blue sky and water. The other side shows a second projection, shot in high definition video, that chronicles Ashes’s unexpected fate. Never seen together, yet linked by a shared soundtrack, the videos conjure an easy vitality and a vivid description of place against the darker forces of society and fate.

Steve McQueen at ICA Boston
February 9-May 1, 2017
The Museum Ludwig presents Gerhard Richter: New Paintings, featuring works created in 2016. Along­side the ex­hi­bi­tion, pi­oneer­ing works by Richter­ from the col­lec­tion of the Mu­se­um Lud­wig will be pre­sent­ed in the per­ma­nent ex­hi­bi­tion.
Gerhard Richter at Museum Ludwig
February 9- May 7, 2017
Museum Haus Konstruktiv presents a solo exhibition of Cerith Wyn Evans as part of its 2017 annual program focusing on an exhibition block dedicated to British art.

Wyn Evans has conceived a new installation with fluorescent tubes that hang down from the ceiling and have a delicate form derived from the precise formalized movements of traditional Japanese Noh theater. It features a concentration of complex lines that echo the transitions of various theatrical sequences of movements and ways of walking. An additional light work on display is coupled with sound: Here, a selected passage of text, translated into Morse code, is sent to a fluorescent tube that is part of the exhibition space’s overhead lighting. The light blinks to the rhythm of the coded signals.

A preview of the exhibition and conversation with the artist will take place on February 7 at 6:30pm.

Cerith Wyn Evans at Haus Konstruktiv
February 3- September 3, 2017
MUDAM Luxembourg presents a solo exhibition of the works of Tony Cragg. This is part of a large cycle of solo shows highlighting artists in the Mudam Collection, this exhibition offers the public of the Greater Region of Luxembourg a chance to discover Cragg's oeuvre.

An artist talk will take place on March 9 at 6:30 pm.
Tony Cragg at MUDAM Luxembourg
January 27- July 15, 2017

The work of Giuseppe Penone will be the subject of the first exhibition of contemporary art at the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, Fendi’s headquarters.

The exhibition, titled Matrice will include some of Penone’s older works such as Soffio di Foglie, a huge pile of leaves on which the artist has left an imprint of his body, Abete, Ripetere II Bosco, and Spine d’Acacia, made entirely of thorns and which resembles the lines of the artist’s mouth. There will also be two new pieces, including a 30m-long horizontal sculpture, formed from a tree that has been excavated and the interior filled with a bronze mold, and which will occupy an entire wing of the building. The outside space will feature a momentous sculpture of two bronze and marble trees.

Giuseppe Penone at Fendi Headquarters, Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana
January 27- May 28, 2017
OUT OF SIGHT is a generic structure by Lawrence Weiner currently installed at the Pérez Art Museum Miami. It is based upon the concept of a hopscotch and designed for public institutions, OUT OF SIGHT is flexible. The work is conceived to be exhibited in multiple languages.

At PAMM, the work is installed in a bilingual English-Spanish presentation.

Lawrence Weiner at Pérez Art Museum Miami
January 4, 2017
Richard Deacon has been awarded the Ernst Franz Vogelmann Prize for Sculpture, given jointly by Städtische Museen Heilbronn (Municipal Museums Heilbronn) and the Ernst Franz Vogelmann Stiftung (Ernst Franz Vogelmann Foundation), both based in Heilbronn, Germany. The prize will also include a solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Vogelmann in autumn 2017.
Richard Deacon Wins Ernst Franz Vogelmann Prize for Sculpture
December 10, 2016- July 16, 2017

This exhibition will feature four of Dijkstra’s portraits of adolescents, as well as a 1991 self-portrait that inspired much of her later work. It is timed to coincide with the installation of I See a Woman Crying (Weeping Woman), a three-channel video of British schoolchildren talking about Picasso’s painting Weeping Woman, on view in the East Building’s display of Collectors Committee gifts.

The artist will also be giving a talk at the museum on January 15 at 2pm. 

Rineke Dijkstra at the National Gallery of Art
November 7, 2016
The Dutch Culture Minister, Dr Jet Bussemaker, has selected film director and visual artist Steve McQueen as the recipient of this year’s Johannes Vermeer Award, the Dutch annual state prize for the arts.

The jury, chaired by Ernst Hirsch Ballin, unanimously nominated McQueen for his profound and enduring examination of the human condition in his film and video works, which often depict people struggling to preserve their dignity in circumstances of repression.
Steve McQueen is Recipient of 2016 Johannes Vermeer Award
November 4, 2016- August 31, 2017

Danh Vo presents a series of compelling new sculptures as part of his first outdoor installation in the Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden Gallery at the National Gallery Singapore. Vo’s work often draws upon personal experience to explore broader historical, social or political themes, particularly those relating to the history of Vietnam at the close of the 20th century. A continuation of his existing practice, this installation explores issues of cross-cultural identity and the definition of cultural values.

Danh Vo at National Gallery Singapore
October 26, 2016

Marian Goodman Gallery is delighted to announce that Marian Goodman will be the recipient of the 2016 Leo Award given by the ICI (Independent Curators International), which will be presented on October 26. Her tireless commitment to fostering the careers of some of the most significant and respected artists of our times, and her unwavering support of the creative process continues the legacy of the award’s namesake, Leo Castelli, and supports the mission of the ICI.

Marian Goodman Awarded Independent Curators International’s 2016 Leo Award
October 18, 2016

Marian Goodman Gallery congratulates Annette Messager on being awarded the 2016 Praemium Imperiale Global Arts Prize, Lifetime Achievement in Sculpture. Since its inauguration in 1989, it has been given annually by the Japan Art Association and has become a mark of the arts.

Annette Messager Awarded the Praemium Imperiale Global Arts Prize, Lifetime Achievement in Sculpture
October 15, 2016

Steve McQueen will be awarded the 2016 British Film Institute fellowship. It is the highest accolade the BFI Board of Governors can bestow and is given in recognition of his outstanding contribution to film culture, showcased in his range of artworks and three multi-award-winning features, Hunger,  Shame and 12 Years a Slave.

It will be presented at the BFI London Film Festival awards ceremony on October 15.

Steve McQueen Awarded 2016 BFI Fellowship
October 15, 2016- June 24, 2017
CIMA presents an exhibition exploring the relationship between one of Italy’s greatest living artists, Giulio Paolini, and one of its most celebrated modern masters, the Giorgio de Chirico. Paolini has often expressed his admiration for de Chirico, hailing him as an “illustrious model” and incorporating numerous references to the artist in his own photographs, sculptures, and drawings throughout the course of his career. 

CIMA’s show features an ongoing conceptual work by Paolini, Interno metafisico (2009–16), reconceived specifically for CIMA’s galleries, as well as a series of historical and new works related to various tropes in de Chirico’s paintings. The installation also showcases a selection of de Chirico’s most iconic Metaphysical masterworks, on view in the U.S. for the first time since 1970, including most notably Le Muse Inquietanti (The Disquieting Muses) (1918). The exhibition marks the first time the relationship between de Chirico and Paolini has been explored in depth through a focused exhibition; it also represents the first time that CIMA closely examines issues of post-war Italian art.
Giulio Paolini at Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA)
October 8, 2016- ongoing
Anri Sala has been conceiving a project for Teshima during the past three years, since winning the 10th Benesse Prize. The installation entitled ALL OF A TREMBLE will be exhibited in the Teshima Seawall House, where the video footage of both an improvising saxophone and a shakuhachi (a Japanese bamboo flute) resonate gives the impression of the house as an organic entity, pulsing with life.

The once-abandoned house is brought to life, inviting viewers to reflect on the displacement and lives of human beings as well as to physically experience "the meeting of two different worlds" -- outside and inside, eastern and western, contrasting instruments, ocean and sky, the artificial and the natural, social and private.
Anri Sala at Benesse Art Site Naoshima, Japan
September 28, 2016

The Kunstmuseum Stuttgart Foundation announced that a jury has awarded Tino Sehgal the 2016 Hans Molfenter Prize, which has been sponsored by the estate of Stuttgart painter Hans Molfenter since 1983. The $18,000 prize honors artists with a connection to Germany’s southwestern region. In addition, Sehgal will create a project in the Stuttgart area, with the date still to be determined.  

Tino Sehgal Wins 2016 Hans Molfenter Prize
June 28- May 2017

The City of London’s annual public art program, "Sculpture in the City", places contemporary art works in unexpected locations, providing a visual juxtaposition to the capital’s insurance district.

This year’s edition, the largest to date, will showcase 15 works ranging considerably in scale and will include William Kentridge, in collaboration with Gerhard Marx, and Giuseppe Penone.

Kentridge and Marx will present Fire Walker (2009) on Bishopsgate while Penone will be showing Idee di Pietra – 1372 KG di Luce (2010) in front of Norman Foster’s the Gherkin, St Mary Axe. 

William Kentridge and Giuseppe Penone in
April 26, 2014- ongoing
Toledo stands above the fast flowing waters of the River Tagus. Its waters were drawn up by the first communities into their fountains, cisterns and baths, and so the settlement flourished.

In making Tres Aguas – A Project for Toledo, her most ambitious work to date, Cristina Iglesias drew from the cultural history of the city, its mingling and layering of Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities who lived alongside each other for centuries in the period known as "La Convivencia" or The Co-existence. The three sculptural works that make up the project bring water to the fore; it courses through channels and travels back into the ground after animating the surfaces of the works so they come to resemble the overgrown bed of some ancient river. Visitors are taken on a journey through the city as they visit each work, from a mudéjar water tower to the city's main public space and then onto a hidden location within a convent, a place not normally open for visitors.
Conceived as a journey into the heart of the city, Iglesias' project aligns the hard materials of architecture and the fluidity of water to deliver a sequence of large-scale sculptural works that bring the river back into the body of this historic city. 
Cristina Iglesias: Tres Aguas