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A special tribute to renowned actor / director and artist Dennis Hopper at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2014.
Paris Photo Los Angeles (April 25–27) and The Hopper Art Trust will present a special exhibition of Hopper’s photographic work and a rare screening of his 1971 film, ‘The Last Movie.’ 
Advanced tickets for the public screening (April 26 at 5pm at Paramount Theater) can be purchased here. 
Image Credit: Ronnie Cutrone, ‘Dennis Hopper in Front of Skull, 1977,’ 1977. Exhibitor: Royal Books

A special tribute to renowned actor / director and artist Dennis Hopper at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2014.

Paris Photo Los Angeles (April 25–27) and The Hopper Art Trust will present a special exhibition of Hopper’s photographic work and a rare screening of his 1971 film, ‘The Last Movie.’ 

Advanced tickets for the public screening (April 26 at 5pm at Paramount Theater) can be purchased here

Image Credit: Ronnie Cutrone, ‘Dennis Hopper in Front of Skull, 1977,’ 1977. Exhibitor: Royal Books

Get ready, Detroit. On April 24th and 26th Culture Lab Detroit (CLD) will present two unique events that explore the boundaries of art + music!
4.24.14 | Art Interventions CLD, in partnership with Detroit Creative Corridor Center and the College for Creative Studies, will host its second annual evening of conversation and collaboration. Moderated by David Stark and featuring Theaster Gates, David Adjaye, and Brazil-based designers Humberto and Fernando Campana. RSVP for this event.
4.26.14 | In Cahoots CLD, in partnership with Detroit Creative Corridor Center and UMS present a musical mash-up featuring My Brightest Diamond and Migguel Anggelo. Purchase tickets for this event. ($15 in advance / $20 at the door)
Click here for event details or contact info@culturelabdetroit.org.

Get ready, Detroit. On April 24th and 26th Culture Lab Detroit (CLD) will present two unique events that explore the boundaries of art + music!

4.24.14 | Art Interventions CLD, in partnership with Detroit Creative Corridor Center and the College for Creative Studies, will host its second annual evening of conversation and collaboration. Moderated by David Stark and featuring Theaster Gates, David Adjaye, and Brazil-based designers Humberto and Fernando Campana. RSVP for this event.

4.26.14 | In Cahoots CLD, in partnership with Detroit Creative Corridor Center and UMS present a musical mash-up featuring My Brightest Diamond and Migguel Anggelo. Purchase tickets for this event. ($15 in advance / $20 at the door)

Click here for event details or contact info@culturelabdetroit.org.

Beginning May 20th, 2014 Faena Arts Center Buenos Aires will present two major exhibitions of work by internationally well-known artists Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich and Agustina Woodgate.
May 20 - 26, 2014: Pavlov-Andreevich’s work, ‘Carousel,’ will consist of a circular stage divided into nine parts, which will be installed, for the first time, in FAC’s Los Molinos Room.
May 20 - June 8, 2014: Woodgate’s interdisciplinary and site-specific work, ‘GPS / Social Poetic Geometry’, will include performances and interventions in the public spaces surrounding the installation itself, where visitors will encounter ordinary objects worn down or altered to the point of being intriguingly unrecognizable.

Beginning May 20th, 2014 Faena Arts Center Buenos Aires will present two major exhibitions of work by internationally well-known artists Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich and Agustina Woodgate.

May 20 - 26, 2014: Pavlov-Andreevich’s work, ‘Carousel,’ will consist of a circular stage divided into nine parts, which will be installed, for the first time, in FAC’s Los Molinos Room.

May 20 - June 8, 2014: Woodgate’s interdisciplinary and site-specific work, ‘GPS / Social Poetic Geometry’, will include performances and interventions in the public spaces surrounding the installation itself, where visitors will encounter ordinary objects worn down or altered to the point of being intriguingly unrecognizable.

Jennifer Bartlett, 'House: Lines White' 1998
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Paste-up for Bartlett's 'History of the Universe: A Novel,' 1985 ©Jennifer Bartlett
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“Abstract art and figurative art are one and the same…a square or a triangle are geometric forms, but together they become a house.” —Jennifer Bartlett

Discover more via Jennifer Bartlett: History of the Universe—Works 1970-2011’––the first major museum survey of work by the groundbreaking artist––opening on April 27th at Parrish Art Museum.

Richard Phillips, 'Spectrum,' 1998
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Julian Schnabel, 'Untitled (Goodbye Mike Kelley),' 2012
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Opening Today: Julian Schnabel and Richard Phillips at Dallas Contemporary

The two solo exhibitions “An Artist Has a Past (Puffy Clouds and Strong Cocktails) 15 Paintings Over The Last Decade” (Julian Schnabel) and “Negation of the Universe” (Richard Phillips) will be on view through August 10, 2014.

Isamu Noguchi, 'In-tetra', 1969
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Isamu Noguchi, 'The Mountain', 1964
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Works by Isamu Noguchi (from left to right): 'Mountain', 1978; 'Cloud', 1959; 'The Mountain Core', 1978
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'Noguchi Archaic / Noguchi Modern' on View at The Noguchi Museum Through August 31, 2014

The Noguchi Museum has drawn from its extensive holdings to organize an exhibition of sixty-five pieces by Isamu Noguchi, many that have never been on view in the Museum before, including working proofs, studies, and pieces that were never signed by the artist, even if finished.

Photograph of Ernesto Neto courtesy of the artist.
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Ernesto Neto, 'Leviathan Thot', 2006. Installation view at Panthéon, Paris. Courtesy the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.
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The Aspen Art Museum will honor contemporary artist Ernesto Neto with its 2014 Aspen Award for Art

The award will be presented during the museum’s annual ArtCrush summer benefit gala on August 1, 2014, the eve of the ribbon-cutting for AAM’s new building.

Neto’s Aspen Award for Art presentation comes during the exhibition of his two new site-specific installation works (June 6–September 2, 2014), and it will be the final museum-wide presentation in AAM’s current facility.

Allora & Calzadilla 
'Revolving Door', 2011 
11 Rooms Manchester International Festival.
Photo credit Howard Barlow
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Xu Zhen 
'In Just the Blink of an Eye', 2005. 
11 Rooms Manchester International Festival. 
Photo credit courtesy Manchester City Galleries
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14 Rooms' – Live Art by 14 Celebrated International Artists Presented During the 45th Edition of Art Basel in Basel. 

Art Basel in collaboration with Fondation Beyeler and Theater Basel will present ‘14 Rooms’, a major live-art exhibition (designed overall by Herzog & de Meuron) from June 14th through the 22rd. 

Curated by Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist, the exhibition will feature performative works by artists including Marina Abramović, Allora and Calzadilla, Ed Atkins, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Damien Hirst, Otobong Nkanga, Roman Ondák, Santiago Sierra, and Xu Zhen.

Leigh Ledare, installation view, 'Double Bind' at The Box, Los Angeles, 2012.
Courtesy of the artist, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NY and The Box, Los Angeles.
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Leigh Ledare, 'Double Bind' (detail), 2010/2012
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Leigh Ledare, installation view, 'An Invitation' at Mitchell-Innes & Nash.
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Leigh Ledare’s ‘Double Bind’ and ‘An Invitation’ at Mitchell-Innes & Nash (534 W 26th St): On View March 21 – April 26, 2014

'Double Bind' (2010/2012), shown for the first time in New York, is an assemblage of private photographs and a collection of roughly 6,000 pieces of various cultural, editorial, pornographic, fashion, and advertising print media.

'An Invitation' (2012), shown for the first time in the United States, was developed from an invitation Ledare received for a private commission. An unidentified European woman with high-profile ties to political and media worlds asked the artist to travel to her home (where her husband also lives) for a one-week stay in order to produce a series of photographs. Her intention was to present herself erotically for the camera.

Click here, to learn more about the exhibition, and here to read “Unknown Pleasures: In Recent Photographs, Artist Leigh Ledare Moves Beyond His Mother” via Gallerist. 

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Clockwise: Noel Jabbour at Foto Fest 2014 Biennial, Houston; James Turrell at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Abdulnasser Gharem, ‘SIRAAT (The Path)’ at Foto Fest 2014 Biennial, Houston; James Turrell, ‘Twilight Epiphany’ at Rice University, Houston.

Photos via @rebeccataylorny for @fitzandco

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