The largest ever retrospective survey of Damien Hirst's work, including both iconic, and previously unseen artworks, spanning 27 years of the artist's career.
Over 140 works are exhibited in an exhibition exploring the extraordinary parallel flowering of contemporary art in Britain and Poland at the turn of the 1980s / 1990s.
Collection Platform 4 continues the presentation of Pinchuk Art Centre's collection with a group exhibition of work addressing two central, and sometimes opposed, concepts: emotion and technology.
The Roppongi Hills and Mori Art Museum's 10th Anniversary Exhibition explores the theme of love across approximately 200 artworks.
Kaldor Public Art Project #27, brings together 13 artists and more than 100 performers to present an innovative group exhibition of ‘living sculpture’ within 13 purpose-built rooms.
This group exhibition curated by Mario Codognato explores the use of glass as a found object, with specific metaphorical and linguistic features.
Set within the iconic location of Bath Abbey, this exhibition brings together seven art works, each of which meditate upon the fragility, as well as the infinite possibility, of human existence.