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The Common Guild, Glasgow, UK
20 November 2010 – 5 February 2011
This exhibition presents a selection of recent works that can be seen as still lives, using imagery of various natural forms, including trees and neolithic stones or ‘dolmens’. It focusses on the gradual processes of growth, transformation and demise.
Des veines, au ciel, ouvertes
Musèe des Arts Contemporains – Site du Grand-Hornu, Belgium
31 October 2010 – 13 February 2011
This solo exhibition curated by Laurent Busine features a selection of iconic sculptural works as well as several recent bronzes.
Tronies: Marlene Dumas and the Old Masters
Haus der kunst, Munich, Germany
29 October 2010 – 6 February 2011
This exhibition presents a selection of Marlene Dumas’ paintings and drawings – amongst them some new and previously unshown works – in dialogue with significant works of the Dutch Old Masters.
Tate Britain Duveens Commission 2010
Until 3 January 2011
Tate Britain has unveiled its new Duveens Commission, Harrier and Jaguar, by Fiona Banner.
Banner’s largest work to date, Harrier and Jaguar brings the highly-charged physicality of two real fighter jets, both recently in active military service, into the unexpected setting of the neoclassical Duveen Galleries.
ICA Sofia, Bulgaria
10 September – 23 October 2010
In these works a delicate layer of artificial dew covers the surface of a series of monochrome enamel panels. The moisture seems fleeting, even incidental, as if it was a reaction to atmospheric changes or the breath of a passer by.
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