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Van Gogh Alive 2021 - New Zealand
Auckland: April 15 – May 6, 2021
Van Gogh Alive, the immersive multimedia art experience combines high definition projections of Van Gogh's paintings with digital surround sound. Imagery and animations are projected at a scale that offers visitors the ability to see the details of the artist's work. More than 3,000 images transform each surface.
Estructuras Monumentales
Outdoor Sculptures by Carmen Herrera Fondren Foundation Meadow
Buffalo Bayou, Houston, Texas Through April 23, 2021
New York-based Herrera is known for her vibrant, abstract geometric paintings, and first began conceiving her Estructuras series — the physical manifestation of her painted form in three dimensions — in the 1960s. The resulting aluminum structures feature strong lines and shapes, with bold monochromatic colors. Ranging from seven feet in height to over 12 feet in width, the colorful sculptures will enliven Buffalo Bayou Park at a monumental scale.
Storm King Art Center, New Windsor, NY Through May 2022
Four eyes stare from an undulating bronze cloud; their clear pupils can be illuminated at night. This work by artist Louise Bourgeois deals with the gaze, and the desire to both look at and be looked at by others.
Daniel Buren
Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Finland Through August 29, 2021
Daniel Buren takes over EMMA’s exhibition space in the summer of 2021. Buren, who is known for his radical, “in situ” practice will create an entirely new installation for EMMA. The installation will build on the horizontal and open features of the museum’s architecture, along with its natural light.
Georgia O’Keeffe
Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza Through August 8, 2021
‘One can’t paint New York as it is, but rather as it is felt.’ With these words, Georgia O’Keeffe neatly conveyed her passion for the skyscraper city, as well as her idea of art
as a medium for expressing her emotions and her vision of the world. In New York with Moon, the first of her many views of the great metropolis.
Speaking Willow
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Planet Word, Washington, D.C.
Through September 12, 2021
Symbolizing life, wisdom, and organic growth, the willow tree is a fitting metaphor for the unique but interrelated languages spoken today. Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer conceived his interactive sculpture Speaking Willow to celebrate the world’s rich linguistic diversity.
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