REDMILK HAS CURATED A SELECTION OF THE MOST EXCITING EXHIBITIONS THAT THIS SEASON HAS TO OFFER – FROM DEGAS BALLET DANCERS TO KUSAMA’S PUMPKINS
“L’Image Volée”, Fondazione Prada: 17 March – 28 August 2016
The exhibition, curated by Thomas Demand, is centered on the idea that all art is referential, call into question the concepts of originality and authenticity through the works on display and explores the culture of imitation. Among the many artists on display are John Baldessari, Oliver Laric and Sara Cwynar, who created works commissioned for the show.
“Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty”, MoMA: 26 March – July 24 2016 What’s more eye-catching than the sight of Degas’ dancers elegantly pirouetting across a gallery wall? New York’ MoMA satisfies our desires with a major exhibition focusing on the artist’s monotypes and the profound impact that dance has had on his entire body of work.
“Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones”, Saatchi Gallery: 4 April – 5 September 2016 The Rolling Stones are a mainstay of British culture. Saatchi Gallery in London devoted two entire floors to them, hosting until September more than 500 unique pieces from their impressive archive, including instruments, paraphernalia, album covers and their cinematic experiences that celebrate the history of the band.
“Frieze New York”: May 5 – 8 2016
What to do in New York this week? Don’t miss the city’s annual appointment with Frieze New York which takes place at Randall’s Island Park. In addition to 160 of the world’s leading art galleries, all of whom will be showcasing their works, it’s worth taking a look at the rich program of conferences, events and special projects.
“Manus X Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”, Metropolitan Museum of Art: 5 May – 14 August 2016
How is technology transforming fashion? What new methods will designers create to merge the hand-constructed with the machine-made? These are just some of the questions that the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Manus X Machina will try to answer. The show starts from the foundation of haute couture in 19th century to the innovative solutions of 3D printing, laser cutting and ultrasonic welding of today.
“Yayoi Kusama”, Victoria Miro Gallery: May 25 – July 30 2016 London offers a new chance to immerse ourselves in the colorful world of Yayoi Kusama with an exhibition dedicated to the Japanese artist. The exhibition will include some new paintings from the ongoing series My Eternal Soul, new Kusama’s pumpkin-shaped sculptures, and mirror rooms created specially for the show.
“Georgia O’Keeffe” at Tate Modern: 6 July – 30 October 2016
The first lady of the American Modernism and pioneering feminist is finally getting the attention she deserves. The Tate Modern dedicates a large retrospective to the vibrant and provocative work of Georgia O’Keeffe.