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Portugal
EXPOJARDIM (10 - 12/03/2017) Batalha Garden fair
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Germany
FRANCIS KÉRÉ. RADICALLY SIMPLE (17/11/2016 – 26/02/2017) - Munich
Architekturmuseum der TU
Der in Burkina Faso geborene und in Berlin lebende Architekt Francis Kéré gehört zu den wichtigsten Vertretern einer sozial engagierten Architektur, die in den letzten Jahren zunehmend Aufmerksamkeit erhält. Er arbeitet mit lokal verfügbaren Materialien, nutzt die Mitarbeit der späteren Nutzer für den Planungs- und Konstruktionsprozess und legt großen Wert auf ökologische und soziale Verträglichkeit seiner Entwürfe. Schon mit der Grundschule in seinem Heimatdorf Gando gewann Kéré 2004 den international bedeutenden Aga Khan Award und es folgten zahlreiche weitere Bauten und Preise.
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With Different Eyes (27/01 – 2/04/2017) – Stuttgart
IFA Gallery
The exhibition reveals photographs by Johannes Haile (1927–2016), captured in Germany during his visit in 1962. Haile was one of the first Ethiopians to study photography in the United States. He acted as the official photographer of the Organization of African Unity (OAU). In 1962, he was commissioned by the German Embassy in Ethiopia to capture images of postwar Germany during its industrial comeback. During his seven-week journey he visited East and West Berlin, the VW assembly lines in Wolfsburg, Munich and the Oktoberfest, the wine-growing town of Rüdesheim as well as many other places.
The photographs from Germany – exposing Haile’s subjective experiences – are now on display in the country for the very first time. His photos are sharing stories of schoolchildren, students and professionals, couples and families, as well as people working in factories, farms, educational institutions and laboratories. They narrate the different urban and rural realities of Germany.
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A GRIP ON ARCHITECTURE The importance of door handles in architecture (24/11/2016 – 14/05/2017) – Leipzig
Grassimuseum
Door handles are deemed architecture en miniature. Their shapes and their use reflect the respective design attitude of their constructors. We present door handles designed for specific buildings. Door handles by Karl Friedrich Schinkel (Schloss Charlottenburg/ Berlin), Otto Wagner (Postsparkasse/Vienna) and Peter Behrens (Haus Wiegand/ Berlin) are shown as well as exhibits from Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius (Bauhaus building/Dessau), Hadi Teherani (crane houses/Cologne) and David Chipperfield (entrance building of the museum island/Berlin).
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CeBIT (20 – 24/03/2017) Hannover
World Business Center Office - Information - Telecommunications
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FENSTERBAU / FRONTALE (21 – 24/03/2017) Nuremberg
International Trade Fair Window, Door and Facade
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Belgium
Rik Wouters & Het Huiselijk Utopia (> 26/02/2017) – Anwerpen MoMu Modemuseum
Deze expo brengt werk van Rik Wouters uit de collectie van het KMSKA samen met dat van hedendaagse kunstenaars en modeontwerpers. Wouters was de enige kunstenaar in onze contreien die postimpressionistische schildertechnieken combineerde met eenvoudige huiselijke taferelen. Zijn expressieve penseelstreken en de onafgewerkte stijl van zijn doeken geven een dynamiek aan zijn oeuvre. Die zorgt - samen met de nadruk op lichtinval en kleur - voor een betoverende en optimistische toon. Wouters’ leven bleef niet van moeilijkheden gespaard, maar in zijn werk komt het harmonische, ‘goede’ leven sterk naar voor. De liefde voor zijn vrouw Nel was een belangrijke drijfveer. Haar levensvreugde en energie inspireerden hem tot vele bekende doeken en sculpturen.
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Hands on Design (19/11/2016 – 5/03/2017) – Ghent Design Museum Gent
8e Triënnale voor Vormgeving
Nieuwe machines en technologieën maken handwerk opnieuw economisch rendabel. Door het creatief gebruik van deze nieuwe mogelijkheden, krijgt handwerk nieuwe verschijningsvormen. Dat zorgt er ook voor dat meerdere startende designstudio’s hun eigen ontwerp zelf uitvoeren. En die handmade slaat aan. Eén van de redenen is ongetwijfeld de virtuele wereld die mensen doet snakken naar echte, tastbare producten. Objecten met een duidelijke maker en een duidelijk verhaal.
Het nieuwe economische potentieel is curator Johan Valcke niet ontgaan. 'Hands on Design' brengt makers, designers en bedrijven samen om nieuwe producten te creëren die de meerwaarde en de gevoelswaarde van dat gewaardeerde handwerk in zich hebben.
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BOIS & HABITAT (24 - 27/03/2017) Namur Expo
Wood buildings and alternative energies exhibition
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ENTREPRENDRE 2017 ONDERNEMEN (27 & 28/03/2017) – Brussels Tour & Taxis
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France
(14 – 17/03/2017) Cannes World’s Real Estate Summit
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Spain
Miralda. MADEINUSA (> 9/04/2017) – Barcelona Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona
With a career spanning five decades, Antoni Miralda (Terrassa, Spain, 1942) has turned something as universal as food into a creative universe. He has developed a method based on participation and on the ritual and ceremony related to gastronomy. Employing a non-conformist language, baroque and full of humour, that celebrates the senses and brings art close to life; he undertakes an ethnological exploration of human behaviour in his work.
The exhibition brings together all the projects of the artist linked to the United States. Curated by Vicent Todolí and produced by MACBA, the exhibition will run from 21 October 2016 to April 2017 in Barcelona. In close collaboration with the artist and his archive, it will document for the first time and in a comprehensive manner the fourteen projects made by Miralda in the United States from the mid-seventies to the late nineties. The most significant installations will be reconstructed showing sculptures, drawings, photographs, visual recordings, sketches and other material. This will highlight the complexity of his projects and the collective nature of the artist’s methodology.
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Txomin Badiola Another Family Plot (> 26/02/2017) - Madrid Palacio de Velázquez
The retrospective by Basque artist Txomin Badiola (Bilbao, 1957), housed in the Palacio de Velázquez, presents a broad selection of his output – photographic works, drawings, sculptures and multimedia installations – spanning from the 1980s to the present day.
Curated by the Museo’s Deputy Director of Art, João Fernandes, the show will centre on the problem of form as both the particular way of understanding artistic creation and a process that assimilates its own transgression. To Badiola, the art form is always a “bad form” which, at the same time as it creates a vision, denies recognition. The artist works against culture, dismantling conditions of visibility and invisibility. The museum device, conceived from a curatorial process which has involved seven other close artists, gives shape to a kind of text-exhibition that enables at once simultaneity and a certain linearity, developing dialogue relations and references that cross through different works. Furthermore, a chronological reading becomes complex by dint of structural meta-comments and leaps in time that put forward possible developments or invoke forgotten origins.
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CEVISAMA, HABITAT VALENCIA, FIMMA-MADERALIA (20 -24/02/2017) Valencia
Interior design, architecture, decoration and design
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Austria
We Pioneers: Trailblazers of Postwar Modernism (> 5/03/2017) – Vienna Museum Moderner Kunst
The mumok will be showing two charismatic personalities in art and culture after 1945: Viktor Matejka and Werner Hofmann. These two men both greatly influenced the postwar Vienna art scene, and this exhibition looks in particular at their intensive activities as collectors and archivers of art.
As the founding director of the former Museum of the 20th Century, forerunner of today’s mumok, Werner Hofmann (1928–2013) created the basis for today’s museum, and his entire founding collection will be on show in this exhibition. In postwar Vienna, Hofmann was the most radical proponent of the idea of modernism. He saw the avant-garde of the 1910s and 1920s as the essential art of the century. His teaching collection, begun in 1960, includes all the key movements and artists—expressionism (Richard Gerstl, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Oskar Kokoschka), cubism and futurism (Giacomo Balla, Henri Laurens), and constructivist trends and the Bauhaus (László Moholy-Nagy, Piet Mondrian). Dada and surrealism are represented by Max Ernst and René Magritte. This collection includes a number of iconic works of modernism, like André Derain’s Homme accroupi (Crouching Man, 1907) and František Kupka’s Nocturne (1910–1911). As well as his collection of classical modernism, Hofmann also purchased contemporary international works. His focus was on painting and sculpture, but he was also interested in film, photography, dance, and music. This new exhibition will present works from Werner Hofmann’s collection, and also highlights his activities as a collector, curator and organizer of numerous cultural events by means of documents, photographs, and posters.
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Am Ende: Architektur Zeitreisen 1959 – 2019 (> 20/03/2017) – Vienna Architekturcentrum
Anlässlich des Abschieds von Gründungsdirektor Dietmar Steiner blickt das Az W mit ihm auf rund sechzig Jahre internationale Architekturgeschichte. Ausgehend von der Auflösung der CIAM, die 1959 das „Scheitern“ der Moderne einläutete und die Architektur in eine profunde Krise stürzte, mäandert die Ausstellung durch die Geschichte und macht dort Halt, wo Dietmar Steiner seine persönliche architektonische Sozialisation durchlebt hat: Über Stationen wie Funktionalismuskritik, Sanfte Stadterneuerung, New Urbanism, Revision der Moderne, Signature Architecture, Bottom-Up-Bewegung und Global Business reisen wir ins Jahr 2019, in dem der Kultfilm „Blade Runner“ eine grandios-düstere Kulisse des Los Angeles der Zukunft zeichnet.
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WOHNEN & INTERIEUR (11 – 19/03/2017) Vienna
Exhibition for interior design, design, home entertraitment & garden highlights
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WIM (11 – 12/03/2017) Vienna
Real Estate Fair
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Italy
My Weapon against the Atom Bomb is a Blade of Grass Tancredi. A Retrospective (12/11/2016 – 13/03/2017) – Venice
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
This is a long-awaited return to Venice and to Peggy Guggenheim’s museum of Tancredi Parmeggiani (1926-1964), among the most original and passionate Italian painters of third quarter of the 20th century, and the only artist after Jackson Pollock to be put under contract by Peggy Guggenheim, who promoted his work and arranged exhibitions, including a solo show in her Venetian residence, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni in 1954. More than sixty years on, Tancredi returns to Palazzo Venier dei Leoni with this retrospective exhibition which, through a selection of exceptional paintings, reconstructs the brief and convulsive career of this great postwar artist. From his early years at art school to his first essays in lyrical color, from his personal contributions to the Spatialist Informel and his mature work of gestural abstract marks, down to the visionary style and content of his imagery in the 1960s, characterized by a troubled and tormented figuration. The exhibition includes a rich group of paintings from both the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Giorgio Bellavitis donation to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in 2000, as well as paintings given by Peggy Guggenheim herself to important museums in the United States, such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
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Denmark
Louise Bourgeois Structures of Existence: The Cells (13/10/2016 – 26/02/2017) - Humlebæk Louisiana Museum
Passionate, painful, dramatic and extremely personal. The Cells by Louise Bourgeois – a large collection of strange and sensory spatial scenarios – will take over the whole of the Louisiana South Wing.
Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) has gained a status as one of the most striking and influential artists of the 20th century. She is also a central figure in Louisiana’s collection, with a.o. her Spider Couple from 2003. The sculpture is from the very year when Louisiana first presented the artist in a retrospective exhibition, and now, thirteen years later, we follow up with a major exhibition that concentrates specifically on another of the artist’s most original work categories: The Cells.
The term cell plays on all the meanings of the word – from prison cell to monk’s cell to the smallest biological units of the body. Each work is an independent spatial unit filled with carefully arranged objects which in inter¬action with cell walls of glass, wire mesh or old doors create sensory, psychologically tense scenarios. As always with Bourgeois, her personal history, pain and passion are the starting point for the works, which at a general level are about the familiar connection between body, architecture, objects and memory.
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Learning from Japan (> 24/09/2017) - Copenhagen Designmuseum Danmark
From the beginning, the museum has had a strong focus on Japanese design as inspiration for Danish art and industrial design. Exquisite Japanese applied art added an extraordinary boost to Danish arts and crafts around the turn of the century. The fascination stayed through the 20th century and today the connection between Japanese and Danish design is still vigorous.
The exhibition will present both the museum’s world-class Japanese collection as well as Danish handicrafts, design, posters and graphic art with inspiration from Japan. All the museum’s different groups of materials will be present, including objects that have rarely been on display.
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3daysofdesign (1 - 3/06/2017) Copenhagen
3daysofdesign, which is annual, draws journalists, buyers and design enthusiasts from around the world to Copenhagen, to experience a new and refreshing look on design presented in a unique collaboration between top design companies and designers.
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NORTHMODERN (9 - 17/05/2017) Copenhagen
Innovative Design Fair
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Finland
Decades of Finnish Architecture 1900–1970
(27/03/2010 – 31/12/2020)
The permanent exhibition takes its visitors on a journey into the Finnish architecture of the 20th century. Different features, technical solutions, materials and interior design are followed from decade to decade; from National Romanticism to Classicism and Functionalism, through the Modernism that created the country’s international reputation to the architecture of the 1970's.
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Mona Hatoum (7/10/2016 – 26/02/2017) - Helsinki Kiasma
Mona Hatoum’s work presents us with a world characterized by conflict and contradictions. Her first solo exhibition in Finland gives an overview
of her work from the late-‘70s to the present. It gathers together works 
in media as varied as performance, video, photography, installation, sculpture and works on paper.
Hatoum creates poetic and often political works that comment on the state of the world at large. Her works are characterised by an unusual choice of materials and the use of elements such as light, electricity and magnetism.
She often uses furniture and other familiar objects which, when modified or scaled up, reflect a suspicious and hostile environment. Hatoum draws from the formal language of Minimalism, Kinetic and Conceptual Art, often with reference to Surrealism.
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Kirsti Rantanen (> 5/03/2017) – Helsinki Design Museum
The autumn season at Design Museum includes an extensive showing of work by the Finnish textile designer and pioneer of fibre art Kirsti Rantanen (born 1930). She has taught a whole generation of textile designers and artists, and her own work has been of trailblazing importance. In the 1970s, her expression moved from two-dimensional figurative wall hangings towards three-dimensional sculptural work which grew in the 1980s into monumental entities and installation. In the 1980s, Rantanen was involved in raising the status of textile art, dominated by women, to an equal standing alongside other genres. She has set an example to younger generations in many respects. Natural materials and the age-old techniques of weaving are combined in Rantanen’s works.
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United Kingdom
You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 (> 26/02/2017) – London Victoria and Albert Museum
How have the finished and unfinished revolutions of the late 1960s changed the way we live today and think about the future?
This major exhibition will explore the era-defining significance and impact of the late 1960s, expressed through some of the greatest music and performances of the 20th century alongside fashion, film, design and political activism.
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THE RADICAL EYE: MODERNIST PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE SIR ELTON JOHN COLLECTION (10/11/2016 – 7/05/2017) - London Tate Modern
This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see one of the world’s greatest private collections of photography, drawn from the classic Modernist period of the 1920s–50s. An incredible group of Man Ray portraits are exhibited together for the first time, having been brought together by Sir Elton John over the past twenty-five years, including portraits of Matisse, Picasso, and Breton.
With over 70 artists and nearly 150 rare vintage prints on show from seminal figures including Brassai, Imogen Cunningham, André Kertész, Dorothea Lange, Tina Modotti, and Aleksandr Rodchenko, this is a chance to take a peek inside Elton John’s home and delight in seeing such masterpieces of photography.
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ECOBUILD (7 – 9/03/2017) London
Building fair on sustainability
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Hungary
CONSTRUMA (5 - 9/04/2017) Budapest
International Building Trade Exhibition
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Luxembourg
Cristina Lucas Trading transcendence (8/10/2016 – 14/05/2017) - Luxembourg MUDAM
Occupying the whole of the lower floor of the museum, this solo exhibition by Spanish artist Cristina Lucas will explore notions concerning capitalism and globalisation at the start of the 21st century and will deal, in more general terms, with issues related to conceptions of power, territory, economics and history, elements that are central to the preoccupations of Cristina Lucas.
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Sweden
The New Human (> 5/03/2017) - Stockholm Moderna Museet
The exhibition explores our human condition in a fast-changing world. How do we perceive ourselves as humans? How do we live, socialise, organise and control each other? And what kind of future awaits us? THE NEW HUMAN offers insights into a global warzone of religious fanaticism and political extremism, but also highlights examples of solidarity and compassion. It is an exhibition that oscillates between the hysterically absurd and the deeply serious, just as mankind seems to be skirting the borderline between ultimate disaster and the emergence of something new.
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Estonia
SPACE IN MOTION: A Century of Estonian Architecture (> 31/12/2017) Tallinn Museum of Estonian Architecture
The exhibition encompasses the most important segments of 20th ¬century Estonian architectural history, as well as the more intriguing phenomena
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ESTBUILD 2013 (5 – 8/04/2017) Tallinn
Building fair
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INTERIOR 2017 (21 – 23/04/2016) Tallinn
Interior fair
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My Weapon against the Atom Bomb is a Blade of Grass Tancredi. A Retrospective (12/11/2016 – 13/03/2017) – Venice
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
CONSTRUMA (5 - 9/04/2017) Budapest
EXPOJARDIM (10 - 12/03/2017) Batalha Garden fair
ECOBUILD (7 – 9/03/2017) London
THE RADICAL EYE: MODERNIST PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE SIR ELTON JOHN COLLECTION (10/11/2016 – 7/05/2017) - London Tate Modern
You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 (> 26/02/2017) – London Victoria and Albert Museum
FENSTERBAU / FRONTALE (21 – 24/03/2017) Nuremberg
CeBIT (20 – 24/03/2017) Hannover
A GRIP ON ARCHITECTURE The importance of door handles in architecture (24/11/2016 – 14/05/2017) – Leipzig
Grassimuseum
With Different Eyes (27/01 – 2/04/2017) – Stuttgart
IFA Gallery
FRANCIS KÉRÉ. RADICALLY SIMPLE (17/11/2016 – 26/02/2017) - Munich
Architekturmuseum der TU
(14 – 17/03/2017) Cannes World’s Real Estate Summit
INTERIOR 2017 (21 – 23/04/2016) Tallinn
ESTBUILD 2013 (5 – 8/04/2017) Tallinn
Building fair
Kirsti Rantanen (> 5/03/2017) – Helsinki Design Museum
NORTHMODERN (9 - 17/05/2017) Copenhagen
3daysofdesign (1 - 3/06/2017) Copenhagen
ENTREPRENDRE 2017 ONDERNEMEN (27 & 28/03/2017) – Brussels Tour & Taxis
BOIS & HABITAT (24 - 27/03/2017) Namur Expo
CEVISAMA, HABITAT VALENCIA, FIMMA-MADERALIA (20 -24/02/2017) Valencia
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