Highlights

09/07/2019

HERMANN NITSCH "DISTURBING NARRATIVES"

Hermann Nitsch on view at Parkview Museum in Singapore from June 27th 2019 until February 8th 2020 together with other international artists such as Orlan and Urs Lüthi."Disturbing Narratives" is focused on the analysis of unsettling feelings like paranoia, uncertainty, fear and bewilderment.Hermann NitschDisturbing NarrativesJune 27th 2019 - February 8th 2020The Parkview Museum600 North Bridge Road, Parkview Square, Level 3Singapore 188778Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.Info: info@parkviewmuseum.comTel. +65 6799 6971
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08/07/2019

EMILIO ISGRO' ON VIEW AT GIORGIO CINI FOUNDATION

Giorgio Cini Foundation presents from September 14th till November 24th 2019 a major retrospective dedicated to the erasure master Emilio Isgrò. Curated by Germano Celant, the exhibition retraces the career of the Sicilian artist through the very first artworks from the 60s up to the erasure of "Moby Dick", artwork created specially for this exhibit.Emilio IsgròEmilio Isgròcurated by Germano Celant14 settembre - 24 novembre 2019Giorgio Cini FoundationIsola di San Giorgio Maggiore30133 VeniceOpening days: Monday- Sunday 10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.Info: visitcini@duva.euPhone 041 271 0211
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08/07/2019

HERMANN NITSCH "OPERA WORLD"

On the occasion of the 350th anniversary of the Opèra National de Paris from June 22nd 2019 till January 27th 2020 Centre Pompidou-Metz presents "Opéra Monde. La quête d'un art total", an exhibition dedicated to the relationship between the 20th and 21st centuries opera and the visual arts. Amongst the artists featured in the show Giorgio de Chirico, Bill Viola, Romeo Castellucci and Hermann Nitsch.Hermann NitschOpèra Monde. La quete d'un art totalJune 22nd 2019 -  January 27th 2020Centre Pompidou-Metz1 Parvis des Droits de l'Homme57020 Metz, FranceOpening days April 1st - October 31st: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.00 a.m. till 6.00 p.m.
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05/06/2019

NITSCH SPACES OF COLOR AT ALBERTINA MUSEUM

The Albertina Museum of Vienna pays homage to Viennese Actionism master Hermann Nitsch with the solo exhibition NITSCH. Spaces of color, by focusing on the paintings of the Austrian artist seen as an ideal starting point and final result of Nitsch's actions. The approach to painting of Nitsch is indeed deeply linked to performance, multimedia, actionism. On display large-sized paintings are exhibited next to each other creating panels in form of comprehensive installations.Hermann NitschNITSCH. Spaces of colorAlbertina MuseumAlbertinaplatz 11010 ViennaMay 17th  -  August 11th 2019Opening days: daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.W
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