5 Major Art Exhibitions You Can’t Afford to Miss This Season

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It is an exciting time to be an art fanatic. Spring has brought forth a host of new art exhibitions that demand the attention of any self-respecting lover of fine art. Here’s a list of our most hotly anticipated art exhibitions from around the world.

Le Center Pompidou in Paris presents the 20th century Architect Le Corbusier  


Le Corbusier breaks down his large scale productions to the human body. The show portrays the artists’ vision, which is a combination of mathematical precision and humanist visuals, extraordinarily.
Through August 3: centrepompidou.f

Noah Purifoy Junk DADA at the LA County Museum of Art


This is the first show for the CA sculptor who is known for his assembledge work: He built from the debris and wreckage of the Watts Riots in August 1965. Purifoy spent most of his life living and working in LA and Joshua Tree.
From June 7 to February 2016; 

Yoko Ono at MoMA.  One Woman Show 1960 – 1971


The Museum of Modern Art in NYC presents the frist exhibition exclusively dedicated to the work of Yoko Ono, which draws upon the 2008 acquisition of the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection gift that  added 100 of Ono’s artworks to the museum.
From May 17 to September 7; moma.org

Chuck Close at The Parrish Art Museum in Southampton

Self-Portrait_Composite_ 9 parts, 1979#58A2

A comprehensive survey of one of the most important figures Contemporary Art. Chuck Close has stretched the boundaries of photographic methods and approaches. Over 90 images spanning 1964 to the present are not to be missed. From May 10 to July 26; parrishart.org

London: Tate Modern’s First Retrospective of Abstract Expressionist Agnes Martin Since 1994 

Happy Holiday 1999 by Agnes Martin 1912-2004

Martin became a key figure in the male dominated fields of 1950s and 1960s abstraction. She felt that spiritual inspiration, not intellect, created great work.
From June 3 to October 11; tate.org.uk

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