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THIS IS HOW WE BITE OUR TONGUE

— Elmgreen & Dragset

September 27 — January 13, 2019

This exhibition juxtaposes a survey of their emotional figurative sculptures with an extraordinary new large-scale installation that meditates on the fate of civic space.

www.whitechapelgallery.org

PLUS çA CHANGE, PLUS C’EST LA MêME CHOSE

— John Armleder

September 22 — January 06, 2019

Museion opens the new season with a solo show by John Armleder 'Plus ça change, plus c'est la même has chosen' (the more things change, the more the same). In his paintings, sculptures, environmental installations, performances, video art, editorial and curatorial projects, he reinvents the notions of artwork and exhibition, bringing together elements like random chance and design, high-brow culture and entertainment, unsettling irony and conceptual analysis. For Museion the artist will create a special project, on show on the fourth floor.

www.museion.it

ELAD LASSRY

— Elad Lassry

September 20 — December 09, 2019

The frac île-de-france presents at le Plateau the first exhibition of Elad Lassry in France where the artist presents a new series of photographs and sculptures. In thi exhibition Lassry combines analogue technology with the dematerialisation of the image, an anxiety-provoking phenomenon whereby the image is deprived of its physical qualities and becomes omnipresent in the form of data.

www.fraciledefrance.com

MICHAEL JACKSON ON THE WALL

— Yan Pei-Ming

June 28 — October 21, 2018

This landmark exhibition explores the influence of Michael Jackson on some of the leading names in contemporary art, spanning several generations of artists across all media. Curated by Dr Nicholas Cullinan, Director of the National Portrait Gallery, the exhibition will open in the summer of 2018 to coincide with what would have been Michael Jackson’s 60th birthday (on August 29, 2018).

www.npg.org.uk

360°

— John Armleder

June 23 — September 10, 2018

On Friday June 22, the Museum Madre will present 360°, the first retrospective exhibition dedicated to the Swiss artist John Armleder (Geneva, 1948), one of the great masters of contemporary art whose practice and articulation started from the mid-sixties between drawing, painting , sculpture, environmental installation, performance, video, sound works, critical texts, editorial and curatorial projects. The exhibition at Madre, curated by Andrea Viliani with Silvia Salvati, brings together for the first time all the main cycles of the artist's works and also includes new works, such as tributes directed from Armleder to Naples and Campania, in a hypothetical contemporary version of the Grand Tour.

www.madrenapoli.it

E DIMMI CHE NON VUOI MORIRE: IL MITO DI NIOBE

— Steven Claydon, Matthew Monahan

June 22 — September 23, 2018

The exhibition, inspired by Ovid's poetry, specifically to the ancient myth of Niobe, proposes a visual, literary, imaginary path that engages the viewer inside ancient structures, now destined for exhibitions, that will come back to life through the re-evocation of the myth.

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