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Rineke Dijkstra et al.

i'm yours: Encounters with Art in Our Times (group show)
Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Boston
18 November 2020 – 23 May 2021

Installation view: Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 2020-21, photo: Mel Taing
Installation view: Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 2020-21, photo: Mel Taing

i’m yours: Encounters with Art in Our Times celebrates the power of experiencing art in person. This exhibition, which borrows its title from a Henry Taylor painting in the ICA collection, is conceived as an invitation to our visitors to create a personal connection with works of art. Collaboratively and virtually organized in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic and social unrest, i’m yours is presented within a dramatic, raw architectural space as a series of small galleries, each offering a different artistic perspective to emphasize that the stories museums may tell through art are never fixed but always in process. Comprising unique encounters with new acquisitions and iconic works from the ICA’s collection, the exhibition’s groupings, or scenes, address a range of topics, including ideas of home and history, social and material transformation, and frames of identity in portraiture and sculpture.

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Rineke Dijkstra et al.

NEU#01. Contemporary Photography (group show)
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart
16 March – 2 May 2021

Image: Rineke Dijkstra, Marianna and Sasha, Kingisepp, Russia November 2, 2014, 2014, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Graphische Sammlung © Rineke Dijkstra
Image: Rineke Dijkstra, Marianna and Sasha, Kingisepp, Russia November 2, 2014, 2014, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Graphische Sammlung © Rineke Dijkstra

The exhibition NEU#01. Contemporary Photography features new works acquired by the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart since the 1970s. The selection includes Allan Kaprow's conceptual works, photographs by Tata Ronkholz (who was a student of Becher), and works by Anette Kelm and Rineke Dijkstra, who address social phenomena in their photographs.


Staatgalerie Stuttgart


Rineke Dijkstra

Winner of The Johannes Vermeer Award 2020

Rineke Dijkstra, Vondelpark, Amsterdam, NL, June 19, 2005, 2005
Rineke Dijkstra, Vondelpark, Amsterdam, NL, June 19, 2005, 2005

We congratulate Rineke Dijkstra for being granted the 2020 The Johannes Vermeer Award! Dijkstra was awarded for her significant contribution to photography and portraiture, promoting the international prestige of Dutch visual arts with her work. The jury declared: "This work is for eternity. Few artists have been given the talent to create these types of images."

The presentation ceremony will take place on Thursday, 18 February 2021 in the Ridderzaal in The Hague.

Johannes Vermeer Award


Ai Weiwei, Rineke Dijkstra et al.

When Home Won't Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art (group show)
Cantor Arts Center, Stanford
5 February – 31 May 2021

Rineke Dijkstra, Almerisa, Leidschendam, The Netherlands, December 9, 2000, 2000. © Rineke Dijkstra. Courtesy the artist
Rineke Dijkstra, Almerisa, Leidschendam, The Netherlands, December 9, 2000, 2000. © Rineke Dijkstra. Courtesy the artist

In the spring of 2021, the Cantor will open a group exhibition on the subject of contemporary migration, immigration, and the displacement of peoples. Drawing inspiration from British-Somali poet Warsan Shire’s “Home,” When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art examines how the forces of migration touch us all, radically destabilizing ideas of home, place, transit, and belonging in the 21st century.

Cantor Arts Center, Stanford


Rineke Dijkstra, Tursic & Mille et al.

Children Power 2 (group show)
Frac Île-de-France, Paris / Romainville
May – 18 July 2021

Image: Château de Rentilly, Frac Île-de-France, photo: Florian Kleinefenn
Image: Château de Rentilly, Frac Île-de-France, photo: Florian Kleinefenn

To mark the opening of its new reserve collections in Romainville, in 2021, the Frac Île-de-France proposes a three-part exhibition project based on the theme of childhood called Children Power. It will take place in three venues, Le Plateau in Paris, the Château de Rentilly and at Les Réserves in Romainville. This project highlights the central role that young audiences play regarding artistic activities Implemented by the Frac.


Frac Île-de-France


Rineke Dijkstra, Joan Mitchell et al.

Five Ways In: Themes from the Collection (group show)
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
14 February 2019 – 1 January 2023

Joan Mitchell, 
Joan Mitchell, "Posted", 1977; oil on canvas; Collection Walker Art Center, Gift of Joanne and Philip Von Blon, 1989

This exhibition, drawn from the Walker’s world-renowned collections, looks backward and forward at contemporary art in our time, showcasing both cornerstone works that have built the collection and works by a younger generation that point to new strengths and directions. The exhibition presents collection highlights within five approaches to subject matter long explored by artists: portraiture; the interior scene; landscape and the observed environment; still life and the everyday; and abstraction, areas that serve as thematic sections for unexpected groupings of works from the collection.

Featuring more than 100 works, the exhibition includes examples ranging from painting and sculpture to drawing, collage, video, photography, prints, and installations. Many of the works on view are longtime favorites for Walker visitors, presented alongside newer acquisitions, many on view for the first time in this context. Works by Joan Mitchell and Rineke Dijkstra are included.

Walker Art Center