World-famous and first-of-its-kind art sites are making their debut around the world this year, from the first Underwater Museum in France to the Center for Contemporary Art in Madagascar.
Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Group, France
From January 23, 2021, the French collector’s art collection will be taken over by François Pinault Stock trading, Or stock exchange, in the heart of Paris. The historic building, the new gallery space dedicated to the Pinault collection that sits inside it, has been completely refurbished and turned into a museum by world-famous Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The museum includes 3,000 square meters of contemporary art exhibition space and an hall for exhibitions, lectures, conferences, and concerts. French chef Michel Bras will take charge of the museum’s restaurant, which will be named La Halle aux Grains in reference to the building’s past as a bean exchange. This new venue adds to the network of permanent exhibition sites of the Pinault Group, which includes the Palazzo Grassi, Teatrino and Punta della Dogana in Venice.
Contemporary Hakanto, Madagascar
The middle of 2021 will witness the international debut of the independent non-profit Contemporary Art Center. Hakant is contemporaryIn Madagascar. This 300-square-meter space is located under the artistic direction of Joel Andrianomiriswa in the Ancadembahuaca region, south of the island nation’s capital, Antananarivo, and aims to add dialogues between local and international art scenes while highlighting the distinctive features of Malagasy culture – the exhibition name, Hakanto, is taken from the Malagasy word for Aesthetic. ” The inaugural exhibition NY FITIAVANAY / OUR LOVE / NOTRE AMOUR takes its title from the country’s national anthem and delves into notions of nationalism as well as politics, dependence, independence and interdependence. For this exhibition, 26 Madagascar artists have been chosen to represent Madagascar’s Independence Day, which falls on June 26 and falls on the 60th anniversary.The tenth 2020.
Taking over an unused power plant, originally built in 1907, and establishing GES-2 He sees the transformation of a grandstand building through a renovation led by Renzi Piano Construction Workshop. Owned by the VAC Art Foundation, this cultural site is set to become a new flagship center for contemporary arts upon its opening in the first half of 2021, combining the site’s history with the ambitious architectural sophistication and the creative energy of Moscow’s Red October district. In total, GES-2 extends over an area of 20,000 square meters and will feature several art galleries, an indoor theater, a glass-fronted theater, a library, an education center, an art residence area, as well as facilities such as a café, restaurant and shop. The berth will eventually provide visitors by boat at the front of the building on the Bolotnaya Embankment.
Marseille Underwater Museum, France
A group of art lovers gathered in Marseille to revive life Marseille Underwater Museum, The first cultural site of its kind in France. The underwater site, which lies within the Bay of Anse des Catalans, consists of a series of submerged sculptures. The museum intends to officially launch in the spring of 2021 with 45 pieces of art. Fifteen of these are works of art by notable underwater sculptor Jason Dickers Taylor whose previous work was the site’s inspiration. This underwater museum will simultaneously highlight art, marine biology, and environmental protection. Individual and group guided tours will be available to book with free snorkeling, diving and snorkeling options.
Humboldt Forum, Germany
Partially launched at the end of 2020, Berlin is newly developed Humboldt Forum It plans to start its regular operations in the spring of 2021 with more showrooms opening in the summer. Located in the cultural and historical heart of Berlin, this building combines the reconstructed Baroque construction of the Berlin Palace with modern architecture. This transformation was led by the Italian architect Franco Stella, who was tasked with creating a link between modernity and tradition. The space now includes courtyards, a large plaza, and a newly designed terraced palace with a grove of trees and 13,000 plants from Eurasia, South and North America. Visitors are greeted at the entrance by the rebuilt 33-meter-high Arc de Triomphe with a high-ceilinged foyer, leading to the museum’s exhibition and event spaces.
Munch Museum, Norway
the new Munch Museum, Which houses the largest collection of Edvard Munch artworks in the world, and is set to open in his newly constructed home in the spring of 2021. Spanish architectural firm Estudio Herreros designed the stunning waterfront building in Oslo with a semi-transparent perforated aluminum facade as part of the FutureBuilt project. To reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Upon completion, the museum will feature 11 exhibition halls spread over seven floors, giving unparalleled insight into the work and life of the artist considered a pioneer of Expressionism who created the iconic painting. Yelp. In addition to its permanent and temporary displays, the museum will host cultural events.
M + Museum, Hong Kong
The new M + cultural site coming to Hong Kong is now scheduled to launch for the first time in the fall of 2021. This museum The visual culture is part of the West Kowloon Cultural District and the permanent home of the M + organization that actually stands behind exhibits, talks, workshops and shows across the city. The site will be devoted to art, design, architecture and motion pictures with an emphasis on Hong Kong’s visual culture from the 1920sThe tenth And 21U Centuries. Once completed, this museum promises to be one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary visual culture worldwide. Designed by the architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron, the site will consist of a lecture theater, an educational center, three cinemas and a performance space as well as 17,000 square meters of exhibition space. Visitor facilities include a coffee shop, shop and public rooftop terrace overlooking Hong Kong.