The Place as Metaphor: Collection Conversations | Group Exhibition @ Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College
Jan 17 – May 12 all-day

The Place as Metaphor : Collection Conversations

Celebrating the transformation of our permanent collection in the last five years, during which 700 new works of art were acquired, the exhibition is a reminder of the broad scope of the collection and the many trans-historical conversations it engenders.



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Perilous Bodies | Group Exhibition @ Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
Mar 5 – May 11 all-day

Perilous Bodies

The Ford Foundation Gallery aims to shine a light on artwork that wrestles with difficult questions, calls out injustice, and points the way toward a more fair and just future. Our hope is for this to be a responsive and adaptive space, one that serves the public in its openness to experimentation, contemplation, and conversation.

Opening Reception: Tuesday, March 5th


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ELDORADO: USMexico Border. Place Imagination and Possibility | Group Exhibition @ Le Tripostal
Apr 27 – Jul 28 all-day


27 APRIL > 08 SEPTEMBER 2019

The flagship of lille3000, the Tripostal unfolds the great story of Eldorado through a myriad of contemporary works of art borrowed from the four corners of the globe, with more than 40 artists on display. It divides into three chapters, one for each of the building’s three floors: Dream Worlds, The Rush, The New Eldorados.


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Border Cantos: Sonic Borders | Traveling Exhibition @ Missoula Art Museum
May 28 – Sep 19 all-day

Border Cantos | Sonic Borders

This exhibition brings together the sights and the sounds of the Mexican-American border through a transformative and multi-sensory experience. Photographer Richard Misrach and composer/artist Guillermo Galindo began collaborating in 2011, after both artists had created bodies of work inspired by the Mexican-American border region and its human impact. In the political climate today, art surrounding this border is more relevant than ever, compelling us to put ourselves in the shoes of these migrants—to envision their journey.


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Big Orchestra | Group Exhibition @ Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
Jun 19 – Sep 8 all-day


19 JUNE – 8 SEPTEMBER 2019

Sound is an essen­tial part of contem­po­rary art. Yet musical instru­ments, which are simul­ta­ne­ously sculp­tures, repre­sent a recent devel­op­ment in contem­po­rary art that is still rela­tively unknown. In a group exhi­bi­tion featuring inter­na­tional artists the SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE FRANK­FURT will be presenting artworks that also perform as musical instru­ments by Doug Aitken, Nevin Aladağ, Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla, Carlos Amorales, Tarek Atoui, Guillermo Galindo, Hans van Kool­wijk, Constantin Luser, Chris­tian Marclay, Caro­line Mesquita, Rie Naka­jima, Carsten Nicolai, Pedro Reyes, Naama Tsabar, and David Zink Yi.


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THE WARMTH OF OTHER SUNS | Group Exhibition @ The Phillips Collection
Jun 22 – Sep 22 all-day

June 22 – September 22, 2019

Curated by Massimiliano Gioni and Natalie Bell in partnership with the New Museum, New York and based on the exhibition The Restless Earth, which was shown at the Triennale in Milan in 2017, this exhibition will present historical and contemporary works by approximately 100 artists—from the United States and Mexico as well as Algeria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Egypt, Ghana, Iraq, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, Syria, Turkey, UK, Vietnam, and more—whose work poses urgent questions around the experiences and perceptions of migration and the current global refugee crisis.


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When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art | Traveling Exhibition @ The Institute of Contemporary Art
Oct 23 2019 – Jan 26 2020 all-day

When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art

October 23, 2019 – January 26, 2020


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