5 art exhibitions to visit around the world: from London to San Diego, from Stockholm to New York.
Pretty Much Everything of Inez van Lamsweerde e Vinoodh Matadin at Fotografiska, Stockholm
After 25 years of work and love, the couple of photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin carry on their route and celebrate 2015 with a new exhibition sponsored by RED Camera. Pretty Much Everything was inaugurated last June at the Fotografiska gallery in Stockholm and will be open until 27th of September. More than 300 photographs on display celebrating the world of fashion and music. Bjork is crying psychedelic tears, Lady Gaga has three heads, Gisele Budchen is lying on the bed in a path that combines sculpture, drawing and collage, able to demonstrate how the combination of fashion and art is extraordinarily successful. There are few photographers who are approaching the work quality of Inez & Vinoodh, which is why this is a must-see exhibition.
Agnes Martin at Tate Modern, London
The artist of the current exhibition at the Tate Modern until 11th October is Agnes Martin, Canadian artist naturalized American. An exhibition that covers the entire career of Agnes Martin, who has lived and worked in New York and loved considered herself an abstract expressionist. She has always advocated the importance of spirituality rather than the intellect for the creation of her works of art. In her paintings she offers modulations of space, color and light through grids composed of linear marks and fine lines. The exhibition is divided into eleven galleries that address themes and periods of the artist’s career in an overview of the entire life of Agnes Martin.
Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life at Botanical Garden, New York
At the Botanical Garden in New York until the first of November, it’s open to the public Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life. An exhibition focused on the approach of the artist to the forms of nature, in a dialogue of love, poetry and nature, all dedicated to the Mexican artist, with autograph works, modern tributes and a special reconstruction, created by the designer Scott Pask, of the garden surrounding her Casa Azul. The exhibition is on three floors: the art, the garden and the life, and provides a rich series of events dedicated to dance, food, folklore and music: a real tribute to Frida Kahlo and her Mexico.
Ludwig Goes Pop at Mumok, Vienna
At the Museums Quartier Wien, one of the ten largest complex dedicated to art and culture in the world, is on display until 15th of September a rich collection of works of Pop Art. The couple of wealthy German industrialists with a passion for art, Irene and Peter Ludwig, discovered the artistic movement in its early days, before Warhol and Hockney became famous. The exhibition Ludwig Goes Pop presents a broad overview of this style through 100 works from six different institutions, but all linked to the couple of collectors.
Anya Gallaccio at Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
Anya Gallaccio is known for her installations that use organic materials and with changing subjects, in fact, her exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, open until the 11th of October, it has even used a 3D printer for clay. A unique technology and unlikely that the Gallaccio built with the help of some students, intent on recreating a particular version of Devils Tower, iconic national monument. The artist combines an ancient material like clay to something absolutely modern as 3D.