The 58th Carnegie International, titled ‘Is it morning for you yet?’ brings together historical works from the collections of international institutions, estates, and artists, alongside new commissions and recent works by contemporary artists.
The sixth edition of ‘A Summer in Le Havre’ features several temporary large-scale art installations and a curated programme of events. Highlights include a ‘half-man, half-woman being’ by Japanese sculptor Izumi Kato, set in the tree-lined square of Saint-Vincent church. Also on view is ‘Apparitions’ by German artist Stephan Balkenhol, a permanent installation of figures displayed on the facades of the city’s Perret Buildings.
New Museum Of Contemporary Art Helga De Alvear opens in Spain with an inaugural exhibition featuring a selection of important works from the collection of Helga De Alvear, comprising 145 pieces from over 100 leading contemporary artists. Curated by José María Viñuela, it is the first time the majority of these artworks are exhibited at a museum institution.
German artist Stephan Balkenhol presents an exhibition at Palais D'Iéna, Paris, France in dialogue with the architecture of the hypostyle hall designed by Auguste Perret.
Museum Jorn in Silkeborg hosts the first comprehensive presentation of Stephan Balkenhol's work in Denmark. The exhibition was developed in close collaboration with the German artist and features new as well as historic works.
Check the boxes for the cookie categories you allow our site to use