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ART & PORN

— Elmgreen & Dragset

May 29 — September 08, 2019

To mark the fiftieth anniversary of lifting the ban on visual pornography in Denmark in 1969, ARoS and Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen have joined forces to show the group exhibition Art & Porn. The exhibition highlights how art was influenced by changing the law on pornography. What are the implications when the boundaries of what citizens may be faced with in public spaces change from one day to the next?

en.aros.dk

ALENTOUR. A PROJECT BY JOHN ARMLEDER

— Olivier Mosset

April 24 — June 22, 2019

John Armleder brings together pioneers of the Swiss art scene since the sixties, adhering to the epitome of primary abstraction and graphic geometry that originated in Switzerland in the second half of the century, with international artists working in the wake of this tradition, appropriating this heritage in their own, free and eclectic manner.

www.fondationcab.com

THE OBAMA PAINTINGS

— Rob Pruitt

April 18 — August 25, 2019

Rob Pruitt began The Obama Paintings as a means of recording, and through recording, honoring, Barack Obama’s historic presidency. Beginning with the inauguration on January 20, 2009, each morning Pruitt created a two-foot-by-two-foot painting of President Obama, with particular imagery drawn from news of the day. The work was completed on January 20, 2017, Obama’s last day in office, and is comprised of 2,922 individual paintings.

Now on view at Stony Island Arts Bank in Chicago.

Rebuild-foundation.org

TOMORROW IS THE QUESTION

— Doug Aitken

April 06 — August 04, 2019

The questions we ask today are instrumental in shaping tomorrow’s world. Tomorrow is the Question focuses on our common future. A group exhibition of international contemporary art eliciting reflection and discussion of present and future challenges.

www.aros.dk

FRIENDS, ETC. LA COLLECTION PIERRE KELLER

— John Armleder

April 05 — August 11, 2019

Many of us know the public face of Pierre Keller – this exhibition turns the spotlight for the first time on the private man, in a presentation of works assembled over the last fifty years. It reveals an individual of eclectic interests, from music, architecture and design, through to wine and wine- making. This is a story of experience shared and passed on, of enduring works created and lasting friendships forged, from Jean Tinguely to Keith Haring via John M Armleder.

www.museejenisch.ch

BANNERS

— Matt Mullican

April 05 — August 11, 2019

Matt Mullican’s exhibition surrounds us with huge, colourful banners. We find ourselves immersed in a cornucopia of colours and signs that repeat themselves and cross- reference each other according to some law of their own in an abstract world that we are we are left to decipher.

www.thomas-schuette-stiftung.de

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