Milan, London, Hong Kong
installation

— Elmgreen & Dragset
‘Bent Pool’, a 20-foot-tall sculpture by Elmgreen & Dragset, has been unveiled in front of the Miami Beach Convention Center during Miami Art Week 2019. forming part of the city’s ‘Art in Public Places’ program, the sculpture is shaped like an inverted ‘U’, with the swimming pool held up by two stone plinths.

www.mbartsandculture.org
exhibition

Dan Colen, Félix Gonzalez-Torres, Jennifer Guidi, Jim Hodges, Rashid Johnson, Nate Lowman, Rob Pruitt, Josh Smith and Rudolf Stingel are part of De la Cruz Collection‘s collective 2019-2020 exhibition that features a selection of works from the collectors’ heritage.

www.delacruzcollection.org
exhibition

04-12-2019
The inaugural exhibition of The Rubell Museum new campus encompasses more than 300 works by 100 artists, including Cady Noland, George Condo, Kaari Upson, Rashid Johnson, Richard Prince.

www.rubellmuseum.org
exhibition

30-06-2020
— Christian Holstad
NSU Art Museum presents Transitions and Transformations, an exhibition that will continue to change over the course of the year as works are added and removed. Christian Holstad is amoung the artists presented in this exhibition.

www.nsuartmuseum.org
exhibition

01-12-2019
01-06-2020
— Paola Pivi
The Gewerbemuseum in Winterthur presents the Feathers exhibition, dedicated to the ingenious versatility of feathers, their use as cultural objects and their current significance in the realms of design, art and pop culture.

www.gewerbemuseum.ch
Exhibition

26-09-2019
23-02-2020
— Cartsen Höller
The exhibition at Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg provides artworks by Carsten Höller as tools to influence the experience of visiting another art exhibition.Höller has put a number of his works on display/at use which allow visitors to see (and smell) the densely hung paintings from Kunsten’s collection in a way that “enlarges” the usual way of experiencing art.

www.kunsten.dk 
Exhibition

28-09-2019
13-04-2020
— Carsten Höller
In the exhibition at Copenhagen Contemporary, Höller examines the theme of ’reproduction’, adopting an approach which is at once scientific and artistic. The desire for having children is compared to the challenge to position oneself in this world as a child, while consciousness awakens.

www.copenhagencontemporary.org
Exhibition

01-10-2019
12-01-2020
— Yan Pei-Ming
When he arrived in France in 1980, aged twenty, Yan Pei-Ming immediately headed to Ornans, Gustave Courbet’s territory. Thirty-nine years later, considered one of the most masterful painters of our time, he was inspired by A Burial at Ornans, a masterpiece of realism, to create A Burial in Shanghai, specially designed for the Musée d’Orsay to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Courbet’s birth.

www.musee-orsay.fr
Exhibition

27-09-2019
16-01-2020
— Wang Yuyang
The new exhibition at Museo Novecento (Florence), in collaboration with Massimo De Carlo and curated by Lorenzo Bruni, shows three pictorial cycles and two installations, in open dialogue with Natura morta (1923-24) by Giorgio Morandi, from Alberto Della Ragione collection.

www.museonovecento.it
exhibition

12-10-2019
19-01-2020
— Yan Pei-Ming
For the bicentennial of Gustave Courbet (1819-1877), the Petit Palais of Paris is please to present Yan Pei-Ming / Courbet, Corps-à-corps, following the summer exhibition at Musée Courbet (Ornans). A dozen artworks by Courbet will dialogue with about fifteen monumental canvas by Yan Pei-Ming.

www.petitpalais.paris.fr
exhibition

05-10-2019
12-01-2020
— John Armleder, Olivier Mosset
The inaugural exhibition of the MCBA, Lausanne, presents the museum’s holdings across the almost 3,200 square metres of exhibition space.The exceptional exhibition draws up MCBA’s own atlas, sparking a dialogue between works from different generations and artistic schools.

www.mcba.ch
exhibition

09-10-2019
01-03-2020
— Monster Chetwynd
The exhibition “Chi ha paura del buio?”, the first of The Dark Side project at Musja in Rome, involves thirteen international artists with site specific installations and great dimensions artworks.

www.musja.it
exhibition

11-10-2019
13-01-2020
— Yeesookyung
Fondazione Donnaregina and Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte presents the first solo show in Italy by Yeesookyung. The exhibition includes artworks created with different means and materials, such as sculpture, installation, video, and two new productions.

www.museocapodimonte.beniculturali.it
exhibition

17-10-2019
08-03-2020
— John Armleder
The MAXXI in Rome presents a project that investigates the issue of the spiritual through the lens of contemporary art and, at the same time, that of the ancient history of Rome. In a rigorously non-confessional vision, the exhibition, therefore, brings together works of contemporary art with a selection of archaeological relics from the capital’s leading museums.

www.maxxi.art
exhibition

19-10-2019
15-03-2020
— Monster Chetwynd
De Pont museum presents the first extensive solo exhibition of Monster Chetwynd in the Netherlands. The performance element functions as a conceptual and emotional propeller that also generates other expressive means. The show promises to be a multifaceted and talked-about presentation of her work.

www.depont.nl
exhibition

28-10-2019
22-01-2020
— Paola Pivi
Paola Pivi participates in the 8th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art curated by Dmitri Tcherniakov. It will be on view until 22nd of January 2020, hosted in the State Tretyakov Gallery.

www.moscowbiennale.art
Exhibition

09-03-2019
26-01-2020
— Matt Mullican
Over the past four decades, Matt Mullican has created a body of work encompassing drawing, collage, painting, photography, video, sculpture, and installation as well as performance under hypnosis. Trying nothing less than to “organize the world” and make sense of his existence, Mullican invented a personal cosmology tin which colors indicate different orders or “worlds.”
His de Young installation comprises fifty works that represent the visual system with which Mullican attempts to categorize the world around him.

www.deyoung.famsf.org
Exhibition

08-07-2019
26-01-2020
— Andrea Zittel
Living and dwelling go hand in hand. Countless different forms of domestic interiors are situated between the beautiful living environments featured in lifestyle magazines and public housing, between individual home design and visionary social models. In the late 1920s, the international star architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886–1969) designed Haus Lange and Haus Esters in Krefeld, two villas that merge the personal style of their inhabitants and the architect’s own utopian aspirations.

www.kunstmuseenkrefeld.de