• JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER: Zabludowicz Collection – 20 Years

    Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK

    Celebrating it’s twentieth year this summer, the Zabludowicz Collection has commemorated this milestone with an exhibition focusing on significant and rarely seen works from the collection. Josephine Meckseper is one of the 30 artists represented, with her vitrine titled Museum of Modern Art (2013).

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  • EDDIE MARTINEZ: New York Painting

    Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany

    Kunstmuseum Bonn’s new exhibition, New York Painting, explores the development of painting practice in the city. Considering New York’s position as an important cultural centre within a globalised art world, and the recent invigoration by the influx of artists form the West Coast, the exhibition brings together a group of 10 “New York” artists, including Eddie Martinez.

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  • JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER: America Is Hard to See

    Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA

    The Whitney Museum of American Art has inaugurated its new home with an exhibition which showcases over six hundred works from the museum’s collection. Included in the selection are two mixed media vitrine works by Josephine Meckseper; The Complete History of Postcontemporary Art (2005) and Tout va bien (2005). Taking its title from a poem by Robert Frost, America Is Hard to See celebrates the diversity of visual forms and approaches inspired by the culture of the United States.

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  • EDUARDO TERRAZAS: Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955 – 1980

    MoMA, New York, USA

    On the 60th anniversary of MoMA’s 1955 landmark survey of modern architecture in Latin America, the museum is returning to the region to consider the positions, debates, and architectural creativity that unfolded between 1955 and the 1980’s. Featuring Eduardo Terrazas’s Mexican Pavillion for the XIV Triennale di Milano, Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955 – 1980 brings together original materials presented together for the first time. The exhibition is accompanied by two major publications: a catalogue and an anthology of primary texts translated from Spanish and Portuguese.

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