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GIANNI POLITI: BODYBUILDING - McNamara Art Projects, Hong Kong
MARCH 2018

McNamara Art Projects presents Gianni Politi’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, featuring a suite of large abstract paintings, and small oil-on-canvas works inspired by Baroque portraiture.
 
KIKI SMITH: PROCESSION - Haus der Kunst, Munich
FEBRUARY 2018

Curated by Petra Giloy-Hirtz, "Procession" presents an overview of Smith's practice over the past three decades. Smith's early works from the 1980s emerged in the wake of explosive political, social and cultural shift marked by the AIDS crisis; her response proved an energetic discourse on sexuality, gender, and feminist activism. Since the 1990s though, Smith has investigated alternative narratives, exploring history, myths, legends and tales, religious beliefs, and the traditions of nonwestern cultures. This exhibition embraces this multiplicity and traces its development to the present day.
 
2 February - 3 June 2018.

 
LUIGI ONTANI - Accademia Nazionale di San Luca
MAY 2017

The Accademia Nazionale di San Luca is marking the awarding of the Premio Presidente della Repubblica 2015 to Luigi Ontani with an exhibition at Palazzo Carpegna. Entitled SanLuCastoMalinIconicoAttoniTonicoEstaEstE'tico, the exhibition features works from each period of the artist's career to date, ranging from the tableaux vivants of the early 1970s to his recent ErmEstEtiche, some of which have been created specifically for the exhibition.
Open from 17 May to 22 September 2017.
 
MARTIN CREED: MUSEUM VOORLINDEN, The Netherlands
JANUARY 2017

Martin Creed: SAY CHEESE!
from 20 January - 7 May 2017
The exhibition brings together around 40 works to form a coherent reflection of Creed’s versatile and characteristic oeuvre and has been realized in close collaboration with the artist. 
 
PREM SAHIB - BALCONIES
JULY 2017

The Kunstverein in Hamburg presents the first solo exhibition in Germany of the British artist Prem Sahib. The artist works predominantly with sculpture and draws on the aesthetics of public and personal spaces. For Balconies, a new series of works maneuver the fragile intermediate area between the public and private sphere.
1 July - 3 September 2017
 
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