Museum Exhibitions & Public Displays
Garry Fabian Miller: Voyage
Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh
2 February - 7 May 2018
This exhibition considers how colour comes into being in both tapestry and digital photographic printing. Garry Fabian Miller collaborated with the weavers at Dovecot Studios to create a large-scale tapestry, Voyage into the deepest, darkest blue, the centrepiece of the exhibition.
William Klein | New Planet Photo City
21_21 Design Sight, Gallery 1, 2, Tokyo
Organised by 21_21 Design Sight, The Miyake Issey Foundation
23 February - 10 June 2018
With an eye towards the future, this exhibition looks at William Klein's forward-thinking legacy and his reputation for innovative approaches to photography. Klein's city photographs are considered in relation to those of select Japanese and Asian photographers examining cities and people of the 21st century.
Pascal Kern | La Photographie Française existe... Je l'ai rencontrée
Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris
7 March - 20 May 2018
Jean-Luc Monterosso's final exhibition as director of the MEP is a response to a conversation he had with MoMA's photography curator in the 1980s in which the curator said that young French photography did not exist. Here, in an exhibition that will travel to Lille after Paris, Monterosso presents a compelling selection of photographs from the MEP's collection, including the work of Pascal Kern.
Doug & Mike Starn | Big Bambu Permanent Installation
Ordrupgaard Museum Art Playground, Charlottenlund, Denmark
On view from spring 2018
In the spring of 2018, Doug & Mike Starn and their team of rock climbers are installing a permanent site-specific installation from the artists' Big Bambu series at the Ordrupgaard Museum's Art Playground. Thousands of bamboo poles are lashed together with miles of rope to create a habitable sculpture from "random chaos" that spreads over 100 square metres and up to 15 metres high.
Bill Armstrong | EX-FOTO Inside the museum
Municipality of Milan - Department of Culture, Palazzo Reale, Milan
May - August, 2018
Bill Armstrong along with Peter Bialobrzeski, Antonio Biasiucci, Alain Fleischer, Francesco Jodice, Mimmo Jodice, Rinko Kawauchi, Martin Parr and Massimo Siragusa have created nine different works that document and interpret the interior and architectural space in one of the rooms, the flow of visitors and the memories that animate people and environments on a daily basis, the signs of use and traces of bodies, the works on display and those stored in the archives.
Doug & Mike Starn | Public installation at the US Embassy, Moscow
Art In Embassies, U.S. Department of State
Commissioned by the Art in Embassies programme, Doug & Mike Starn have created a stained-glass installation made up of digital photographs transferred onto glass. The work, which relates to space exploration, is permanently on view outside of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow.
Doug & Mike Starn | Public Installation: Body Oddly Propped
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey
Body Oddly Propped, a series of stained-glass panels and bronze-cast forms resembling tree limbs, is a site-specific work commissioned for permanent installation on the lawn of the Princeton University Art Museum. The work relates to the Starns' on-going research into energy systems found in nature.