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Ernesto Neto, Rebecca Warren et al.

Installationen from 25 Years of the Falckenberg Collection (group show)
Deichtorhallen - Falckenberg Collection, Hamburg
30 November 2019 – 24 May 2020

Falckenberg Collection. Photo: Henning Rogge/Deichtorhallen Hamburg. © Henning Rogge/Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Falckenberg Collection. Photo: Henning Rogge/Deichtorhallen Hamburg. © Henning Rogge/Deichtorhallen Hamburg

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Falckenberg Collection, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg is presenting a comprehensive exhibition from 30 November 2019 to 24 May 2020 which will focus on installations and sculptures from the collection. The exhibition features some 60 works by 45 internationally renowned artists, including Olaf Breuning, Jimmie Durham, Mark Dion, Thomas Hirschhorn, Jon Kessler, Jessica Stockholder, Diana Thater, Cosima von Bonin, Franz West, Mike Kelley, General Idea, Erwin Wurm, Rebecca Warren and Ernesto Neto. Many of the works on view were previously on loan to museums such as the Centre Pompidou, PS1, the Walker Art Center, Tate Modern, MoMA in New York, MOCA in Los Angeles, as well as the Venice and Shanghai biennales. For the first time, these works will be brought together in a major survey exhibition at the Falckenberg Collection in Hamburg-Harburg.


Sammlung Falckenberg


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Ernesto Neto et al.

Bodyscapes (group show)
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
21 February – 3 October 2020

Bodyscapes studies the concept of embodiment and the corpus as an organizing structure. Examining the relationship between nature and culture through the prism of the body, this exhibition brings together historical sources and artworks ranging from prehistory to contemporary art in a variety of media: works on paper, photographs, sculpture, paintings, video works, and installations. Artists including Tracy Emin, Jenny Saville, Micha Ullman, Maya Zack, Karam Natour, Sigalit Landau, and Ernesto Neto explore questions of proportion, the relationship between human beings and nature, and corporeal and mental boundaries in order to make personal, social, and political statements.

The Israel Museum


Rebecca Warren

Belvedere 21, Vienna (solo show)
6 November 2020 – 14 February 2021

Rebecca Warren,
Rebecca Warren, "The Living", 2005. © Rebecca Warren. Courtesy of Maureen Paley, Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin | London | Paris and Matthew Marks Gallery

The British artist Rebecca Warren makes sculptures, assemblages, and constructions in a wide variety of materials including clay, bronze, steel, and neon. Warren came to prominence in the early 1990s with her large, raw clay sculptures of extravagantly proportioned female forms. Since then her distinctive and complex oeuvre, blending tradition with the quotidian, seriousness with frivolity, mastery with mismatch, has embodied her attitudes to art and its history. With a preference for ambiguity of form and meaning she has said of her work that "it comes from a strange nowhere, then gradually something comes out into the light. There are impulses, half-seen shapes, things that might have stuck with you from decades ago, as well as more recently. It's all stuff in the world going through you as a filter..." Rebecca Warren’s first solo exhibition in an Austrian museum will consist of older works alongside new works made especially for Belvedere 21.

The exhibition is curated by Axel Köhne.

Belvedere 21


Ernesto Neto et al.

Phenomena: Art as experience (group show)
Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), Adelaide
11 July – 13 September 2020

Sense-absorbing installations, optical encounters and moments of mesmeric intensity bring art to life at AGSA this winter. Phenomena: Art as experience firmly anchors the viewer as the maker of meaning. It traces the experiential turn in international art practice, as audiences experience moments of immersion and encounter. As early as the 1930s, philosopher John Dewey spoke of the true work of art existing in the experience of making or encountering art. Uncover large−scale installations and sensory works of art, never seen before in Adelaide, presented as a series of interconnecting experiences. Artists include Olafur Eliasson, Aki Inomata, Jitish Kallat, Yukultji Napangati and Ernesto Neto.

Tracing the trajectory from minimalism to installation practice, with a radical embrace of desert minimalism, Phenomena: Art as experience presents major contemporary international works to South Australian audiences.

Art Gallery of South Australia