International Exhibitions

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International Exhibitions


AUSTRALIA HOBART MONA Theatre of the World to 8 Apr SYDNEY MCA Anish Kapoor to 1 Apr

AUSTRIA BREGENZ Kunsthaus Love is Colder than Capital, Andy Warhol to 14 Apr VIENNA Essl Museum Georg Baselitz to 25 May Kunsthalle Mike Parr to 24 Feb Secession Mathias Poledna, Dominik Lang 27 Feb-21 Apr

BELGIUM BRUSSELS Wiels Matias Faldbakken to 3 Mar

CZECH REPUBLIC PRAGUE DOX Jonas Mekas to 22 Apr GHENT SMAK Ensenblematic to 02 Jun LEUVEN Museum Geert Goiris, Dropouts 14 Feb-15 May

DENMARK COPENHAGEN Charlottenborg Leigh Ledare to 12 May HUMLEBAEK LOUISIANA Andy Warhol to 21 Feb

FINLAND HELSINKI KIASMA Reality Bites to 10 Mar

FRANCE GRENOBLE Magasin Anselm Reyle 17 Feb-5 May LYONS MAC Latifa Echakhch, Huang Yong Ping, Gustav Metzger 15 Feb-14 Apr IVRY Le Credac Koenraad Dedobbeleer to 31 Mar PARIS Fondation Cartier Yue Minjun to 17 Mar Jeu de Paume Erreur D'Impression to 1 Mar Kadist Art Foundation The Training to 14 Apr Museum of Modern Art Art At War to 17 Feb Palais de Tokyo Neil Beloufa, Damir Ocko to 11 Feb Le Plateau Les Fleurs Americaines to 17 Feb Pompidou Centre Dali to 25 Mar RENNES La Criee Two Lines of Life to 10 Mars

GERMANY BERLIN Hamburger Bahnhof Martin Honert to 7 Apr KW One On One to 17 Feb BONN Kunstverein Yes Man Does What It Is 19 Feb-5 May COLOGNE Museum Ludwig Andreas Fischer to 17 Mar FRANKFURT MMK Andrea Buttner 16 Feb-21 Apr HANOVER Deichtorhallen Kunstverein Good Prospects to 3 Mar KARLSRUHE Jurgen Drescher, Emilie Pitoiset to 1 Apr MUNICH Haus der Kunst Rise and Fall of the Apartheid 15 Feb-26 May Kunstverein Simon Denny to 3 Mar NUREMBERG Kunsthalle Ulrich Pester 7 Feb-31 Mar

INDIA KOCHI various venues Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012 to 13 Mar

IRELAND CARLOW Visual Tadhg McSweeney to 21 Apr CORK Crawford Art Gallery Blaise Smith to 2 Mar Lewis Glucksman Gallery Living / Loss, Passports to 10 Mar DUBLIN City Gallery Sleepwalkers to 12 May The Douglas Hyde Katy Moran, Andrew Vickery 8 Feb-28 Mar Draiocht Una Sealy to 16 Feb IMMA Analysing Cubism 21 Feb-19 May Kerlin Gallery Guggi to 23 Feb Kevin Kavanagh Gallery Elaine Byrne to 9 Feb Mother's Tankstation Aurelien Froment to 16 Feb Built with Love 27 Feb-6 Apr Project Arts Centre Detouched to 30 Mar Talbot Gallery New Axis to 21 Feb Temple Bar Gallery Ed Atkins 15 Feb-30 Mar KILKENNY Butler Gallery Echoes of the Past and Whispers of the Future to 24 Feb SKIBBEREEN West Cork Art Centre Mikala Dwyer to 7 Mar

ITALY ROME MAXXI William Kentridge to 3 Mar VENICE Guggenheim Giuseppe Capogrossi to 10 Feb Punta della Dogana In Praise of Doubt to 17 Mar

LUXEMBOURG Casino Andrea van der Straeten to 28 Apr

MEXICO MEXICO CITY MUAC Jonas Mekas 9 Feb-19 May

NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM SMBA Elian Somers 16 Feb-7 Apr EINDHOVEN Van Abbemuseum Jewyo Rhii to 28 Apr THE HAGUE GEM Michiel Ceulers & Ben Akkerman to 24 Feb MIDDELBURG Vleeshal The Moon Has a Complicated Geography to 14 Apr ROTTERDAM Witte de With Paola Pivi to 5 May

PORTUGAL PORTO Museu de Serralves Juliao Sarmento to 24 Feb

SPAIN BARCELONA Joan Miro Foundation Jackson Pollock to 24 Feb MACBA Ahlam Shibli to 28 Apr MADRID Reina Sofia Maria Blanchard to 25 Feb Robert Adams to 20 May

SWEDEN STOCKHOLM Bonniers Konsthall Sterling Ruby to 3 Mar Moderna Museet Gerry Johansson to 31 Mar

SWITZERLAND BASEL Kunstmuseum Tell it to my Heart to 12 May GENEVA Mamco Alighiero Boetti, Sarkis, Aldo Walker 20 Feb-5 May LAUSANNE MCBA Christopher Fullemann to 3 Mar Mudac Pop-Up.

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