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November 2019 - May 2020

Steve McQueen will invite all Year 3 primary school classes in London to be photographed for a Tate Britain installation. The project will potentially include 115,000 children across London’s 2,410 primary schools; each photo will include the children and their teachers.

In bringing together so many of these class photos from a single year, the work will embody the diversity of the city in which the artist grew up, as well as the potential of the next generation who will shape London’s future.

Photo © John Russo

October 13, 2018 - January 6, 2019

Nairy Baghramian continues her investigation of traditional sculpture with her new series Maintainers, which comprises three independent elements : raw aluminium casts, various shapes in coloured wax and lacquer painted braces. Arranged in the exhibition space in an apparently disparate manner, a resonance sets up between these objects with an inherent potential for interdependence and visible correlation between them.

October 20, 2018 – January 6, 2019

Dean’s extensive exhibition at Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB) will feature some of the artist’s most significant film installations to date – her monumental FILM, made for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in 2011, her 16mm films Merce Cunningham performs STILLNESS…, 2008, as well as her recent 35mm project Antigone, 2018. KUB visitors will also have the opportunity to see Dean’s large-format chalkboard drawing The Montafon Letter, 2017, as well as a new blackboard created for the occasion, titled Chalk Fall, 2018.

October 19, 2018 - March 3, 2019

"David Goldblatt: Photographs 1948-2018" at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, Australia is a retrospective of the artist’s well-known work documenting South Africa’s people and history. It includes his black and white and color photographic series, as well as new material from his archive.

October 16, 2018 - January 20, 2019

Hiroshi Sugimoto’s photographs and architectural projects will be on display at an exhibition at the Palace of Versailles, in the gardens of the Grand Trianon. “Sugimoto will be the first contemporary artist to focus on the gardens,” says Catherine Pégard, the president of the Palace of Versailles.

Image Caption: Hiroshi Sugimoto in front of the Belvedere at the estate of Trianon.
Photo by TADZIO

October 13, 2018 – March 25, 2019

Tacita Dean is among the 32 artists and artist collectives participating in the 57th Edition of Carnegie International. The world's second-oldest international contemporary art survey takes place at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

October 6, 2018 - February 24, 2019

Cristina Iglesias's sculptural pieces combine industrial materials and natural elements to create unusual, experiential spaces. "Cristina Iglesias: ENTRƎSPACIOS" consists of a huge collection of pieces that will be on display on the second floor of the west wing of the Centro Botín. 

October 4, 2018

Tacita Dean, an alumna of The Slade School of Fine Art, will give the next William Townsend Memorial Lecture at the Christopher Ingold Auditorium in London.

The primary aim of the lecture series is to encourage well known and influential artists to talk about their work to art students and the wider public.

Free but ticket/RSVP essential.

October 3, 2018 – February 10, 2019

Pierre Huyghe presents a major new exhibition at the Serpentine this autumn. The gallery will become a porous and contingent environment, housing different forms of cognition, emerging intelligences, biological reproduction and instinctual behaviors.

Photo by Ola Rindal

October 3, 2018

Join artist Tacita Dean for a special screening of "Ideas for Sculpture in a Setting (Diptych)" – an intimate study of a flint from Henry Moore’s studio. The work, a 16mm film diptych, was made for Dean’s STILL LIFE show at the National Gallery, part of the unprecedented series of exhibitions LANDSCAPE, PORTRAIT, STILL LIFE, at The National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and The Royal Academy, in which she explores these traditional genres of art.

October 3 - 14, 2018

William Kentridge makes bold and imaginative use of animated film and projection in his production of Mozart's opera, "The Magic Flute," at The New National Theatre in Tokyo, Japan.

Taking the baton is Roland Böer who conducted Kentridge's production at La Scala, and the cast includes notable international singers, Mozartian tenor Steve Davislim (Tamino), rising Baritone Andrè Schuen (Papageno) and young Serbian Bass Sava Vemic (Sarastro.)

September 8 - September 29, 2018

 Librairie Marian Goodman is pleased to present MOVEABLE TYPES curated by Frances Horn, a line-up of artists based in Berlin, Brussels, Los Angeles and Tangier who conceive the extension of authorship as a defining part of their practice.

Jason Dodge, Denicolai & Provoost, Jonas Wood & Shio Kusaka, And Elena Prentice & Gustave De Stael, respectively contribute their efforts in print to this first platform hosted by the Librairie Marian Goodman.

In their distinct approaches to reassure the palpable effect of printed books over any easy form of surrogacy, five hundred places, Wood Kusaka Studios and Khbar Bladna opt for making books of a pocket-sized format to disseminate the voices of poets, writers and fellow artists. Denicolai & Provoost’s discipline of blending one into the other often prolongs to merging with that of the public.

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