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TOMORROW IS THE QUESTION

— Doug Aitken

April 06 — August 04, 2019

The questions we ask today are instrumental in shaping tomorrow’s world. Tomorrow is the Question focuses on our common future. A group exhibition of international contemporary art eliciting reflection and discussion of present and future challenges.

www.aros.dk

FRIENDS, ETC. LA COLLECTION PIERRE KELLER

— John Armleder

April 05 — August 11, 2019

Many of us know the public face of Pierre Keller – this exhibition turns the spotlight for the first time on the private man, in a presentation of works assembled over the last fifty years. It reveals an individual of eclectic interests, from music, architecture and design, through to wine and wine- making. This is a story of experience shared and passed on, of enduring works created and lasting friendships forged, from Jean Tinguely to Keith Haring via John M Armleder.

www.museejenisch.ch

BANNERS

— Matt Mullican

April 05 — August 11, 2019

Matt Mullican’s exhibition surrounds us with huge, colourful banners. We find ourselves immersed in a cornucopia of colours and signs that repeat themselves and cross- reference each other according to some law of their own in an abstract world that we are we are left to decipher.

www.thomas-schuette-stiftung.de

WORLD RECORD

— Paola Pivi

April 03 — September 08, 2019

The exhibition, which was conceived specifically for the spaces of the museum, is named after the large installation World record that occupies about a third of the exhibition space, and revolves around one aspect of Paola Pivi’s work, namely the artist’s ability to activate the space by recreating and modifying its intrinsic features, thereby generating a new way of being in it.

www.maxxi.art

PALIMPSEST

— Andrea Zittel

March 31 — October 13, 2019

The exhibition will explore ideas of connections across time, how locations have multiple uses through time and multiple meanings, what endures and what disappears. The idea for Palimpsest came from the richly layered history of Lismore itself, and the verdant nature that surrounds it.

www.lismorecastlearts.ie

SUNDAY

— Carsten Höller

March 29 — June 30, 2019

For the first time in Mexico, the Tamayo Museum presents a solo exhibition by Carsten Höller. Sunday focuses on two main arguments: decision-making and perception through the idea of hallucinations.

www.museotamayo.org

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