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Click to enlargeILYA & EMILIA KABAKOV : CONCERT FOR A FLY (CHAMBER MUSIC)
Sep 15 - Nov 11, 2017
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to present the installation Concert for a Fly (Chamber Music), 1986, by pioneer conceptual artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. Russianborn and American-based, today they are recognised as among the most significant international artists to have emerged in the late 20th century.
Concert for a Fly (Chamber Music) is a historic installation, first exhibited in 1986 in Switzerland at the Neue Galerie, Dierikon, then in 1992 at the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art and at the Kölnisher Kunstverein, Cologne. It forms part of an overall
series of ten installations, where each represents a character. Exhibited in the gallery’s 18th century Ely Room, the work, with a musical arrangement by Joseph Morag, is given renewed relevance.
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ARNULF RAINER : EARLY WORKS
Nov 23, 2017 - Jan 10, 2018
Private view Wed Nov 22 6pm - 8pm
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac London is pleased to present the most comprehensive and extensive show to date of Arnulf Rainer’s early work. From 23 November 2017 to 10 February 2018, the exhibition will bring together Rainer’s Red and Black Overpaintings [Übermalungen], dating from 1953 to 1971, and Proportion Studies [Proportionsstudien] from the early and mid-1950s.
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MEDARDO ROSSO : SIGHT UNSEEN
Nov 23, 2017 - Feb 10, 2018
Private view Wed Nov 22 6pm - 8pm
Curated by Sharon Hecker, leading international expert on Rosso and Julia Peyton-Jones, Senior Global Director, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
 
Designed by Selldorf Architects
 
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to present an exhibition of the works of Medardo Rosso (1858–1928), one of the founders of modern sculpture. Medardo Rosso: Sight Unseen and his Encounters with London is the first exhibition to focus on Rosso’s relationship with London.
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