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Hyman Bloom: Matters of Life and Death

Boston painter Hyman Bloom (1913–2009) combined the physical and the spiritual on canvas. In his paintings from the 1940s and 1950s of the human body after death, of autopsies, skeletal trees, and archeological excavations, he got beneath the surface of things, exploring form and seeking significance. Committed to figurative painting at a defining moment of American art when abstraction was on the rise, Bloom employed thick paint in jewel-like tones to make gripping and beautiful works that challenge our concepts of beauty and our understanding of the true meaning of “still life.”

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Boston, USA
Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Until 23 Feb 2020
“Everything Is Rhythm”: Mid-Century Art & Music

"Everything Is Rhythm" features a selection of 20th-century abstract paintings each paired with carefully curated music. Presented together in this manner, the art and music engage visitors in a multi-sensory experience.

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Toledo, USA
Toledo Museum of Art
Until 23 Feb 2020
Derek Jarman, PROTEST!

A major retrospective of the work of British artist and filmmaker Derek Jarman (1942-1994). His practice encompassed painting, sculpture, film making, writing, gardening, theatre design, pop-videos, as well as important queer agit-prop and political activity. This is the first time that the diverse strands of his practice will be brought together.

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Dublin, Ireland
Irish Museum of Modern Art
Until 23 Feb 2020
Bloomberg New Contemporaries

Now in its 70th year, the annual Bloomberg New contemporaries exhibition celebrates the next generation of exceptional talent emerging from the UK’s art schools.

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London, UK
South London Gallery
Until 23 Feb 2020
150th anniversary of the Royal City Theatre of Bruges

On 30 September 1869, Bruges city theatre opened its doors with ‘Les Mousquetaires de la Reine’ (The Queen’s Musketeers), a comic opera. Over the last 150 years, a lot has changed in and around the building. This exhibition tells a story of urban design, architecture and theatre programming.

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Bruges, Belgium
Arentshuis
Until 1 Mar 2020
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