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WAR GAMES

— Dieg Perrone

May 27 — June 23, 2017

The "Amixi" of Villa Croce Museum of Contemporary Art in Genoa are pleased to present WAR GAMES, a site-specific work by Diego Perrone, realized on the occasion of the first edition of the project DAVANTI AL MARE. The project will be curated by Francesco Garutti.
www.villacroce.org

THE WIG MUSEUM

— Jim Shaw

May 25 — September 17, 2017

Jim Shaw: The Wig Museum highlights Shaw’s over thirty-year engagement with America’s social, political, and spiritual histories through the nation’s vernacular and fringe cultures. The Wig Museum is Jim Shaw’s first, long overdue, comprehensive solo exhibition in Los Angeles.
www.marcianofound.org

UNPACKING: THE MARCIANO COLLECTION

— Jim Shaw, Kaari Upson, Kelley Walker

May 25 — December 24, 2017

The inaugural exhibition of The Maurice and Paul Marciano Art Foundation draws from the Foundation’s collection of over 1,500 artworks. Among the artists exhibited Jim Shaw, Kaari Upson, Kelley Walker.
www.marcianofound.org

HENIE ONSTAD SANATORIUM

— Carsten Höller

May 12 — September 10, 2017

Carsten Höller invites the people of Norway and their international visitors to come to the Henie Onstad Sanatorium, situated West of Oslo Central, for treatment. Through a series of experimental installations and sculptures, treatment-seekers can float, slide and fly their way through the Sanatorium.
www.hok.no

GOOD THING YOU ARE NOT ALONE

— Kaari Upson

May 05 — September 10, 2017

This exhibition marks the first New York museum presentation of work by Los Angeles-based artist Kaari Upson.
www.newmuseum.org

THE RESTLESS EARTH

— Liu Xiaodong, Andra Ursuţa

April 28 — August 20, 2017

La Terra Inquieta borrows its title from a collection of poems by Édouard Glissant, a Caribbean writer who probed the question of how different cultures can coexist. The exhibition shares in Glissant’s project, a pressing and necessary one that tries to describe this  unstable and agitated present as a polyphony of voices and narratives.
www.triennale.org

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