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Richard Tuttle survey at Tate, Whitechapel
Oct13

Richard Tuttle survey at Tate, Whitechapel

The UK’s largest ever survey of American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle takes place in London this October (2014), comprising a major exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery surveying five decades of his career, a large-scale sculptural commission in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and a new publication. I Don’t Know . The Weave of Textile Language was devised by the artist and focuses on the particular importance of textiles in his work....

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Virgile Ittah & Kai Yoda at Lychee One
Oct09

Virgile Ittah & Kai Yoda at Lychee One

Virgile Ittah  and Kai Yoda are showing their collaborative work in an exhibition, Here’s Looking At You, at east London’s Lychee One in an event accompanied by textual interventions from Alexander García Düttmann and Angels Miralda. Kai Yoda was born 1982 in Tokyo and lives and works in London. Virgile Ittah was born 1981 in Paris and recently graduated from  the Royal College of Art and showed her work at Saatchi during...

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Pop goes Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern
Oct07

Pop goes Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern

  A major retrospective of Sigmar Polke (1941-2010), one of the most experimental artists of recent times, opens at Tate Modern 9 October 2014 (to 8 February 2015). Alongside Gerhard Richter and Blinky Palermo, Polke was a key figure in the generation of German artists who first emerged in the 1960s. Tate Modern presents the first full retrospective of Polke’s career, bringing together paintings, films, sculptures, notebooks,...

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Mauritshuis to reopen after refit
Feb20

Mauritshuis to reopen after refit

Mauritshuis, home of Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring in The Hague, Netherlands, will open 27 June 2014 following a major renovation, writes SAJID RIZVI. Celebrated both for its architectural beauty and its holdings — most famously the Vermeer masterpiece but also the so-called Royal Cabinet of Paintings, about 800-strong — the 17th century building and the small museum within will reopen after a major rehang and other revisions to...

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