The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo presents Japan’s first major retrospective of the work of Oscar Niemeyer (1907–2012), father of Brazilian modernist architecture. As Brazil and Japan celebrate 120 years of diplomatic relations and Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the Olympics in 2016, Oscar Niemeyer: The Man Who Built Brasilia will showcase a century of this great architect and son of Rio.
Oscar Niemeyer: The Man Who Built Brasilia, The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
Hammer Projects: Investigating Contemporary Lebanon
In a Hammer Projects show, Beirut-based Marwa Arsanios investigates the state of contemporary Lebanon through the lens of its landfills.
Interview with Carol Jacobi, Curator, Painting with Light, Tate Britain
Tate hosts the first major exhibition to celebrate the spirited conversation between early photography and British art. It brings together photographs and paintings including Pre-Raphaelite, Aesthetic and British impressionist works.