So hello 2019. I don’t know what this year will be made of, but I already know that it will be filled with art and culture (and some burps and poops obviously). Like mentioned in a previous article on Art & Self-care, going to exhibitions, learning, and always discovering new artists (new visions) keeps me healthy and happy. I’m not going to list everything I want to see, watch, or read,in the upcoming months but some “cultural highlights” I’m looking forward to. Hope you enjoy it, and oh I almost forgot : Happy New Year dear readers (I read somewhere that we are allowed to wish people HNY until the end of January so here it is).
E X I B I T I O N S
Franz West at Tate Modern – Opening on Feb. 20
Miroslaw Balka at White Cube – Opening Jan. 25
Brent Wadden at Almine Rech Brussels – Opening on April 24
Walter De Maria at Gagosian London – Opening on Jan. 24
Tracey Emin at White Cube – Opening Feb. 6
Laure Prouvost at M HKA Antwerpen – Opening Feb.7
Chloe Wise at Almine Rech London – Opening on April 10
F I L M – P L A Y – T A L K – B O O K
Grief is the Thing with Feathers by Enda Walsh after a text of Max Porter at Barbican – 25 March – 13 April.
The Japan Foundation Touring film programme at ICA – 2 Feb. to 10 Feb.
Border by Ali Abbasi – in Theatres
The Irishman by Martin Scorsese – Soon on Netflix
Roma by Alfonson Cuaron – on Netflix (already saw it, but you absolutely need to watch it if you didn’t see it yet).
Leila Slimani in conversation with Sam Baker at Southbank Centre – Feb 4.
L’horizon a pour elle dénoué sa ceinture by Rebecca Benhamou -March 6th
Adèle by Leila Slimani – January 15
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