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Poklong Anading, Counter Acts, 2004 (production detail)

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Explore works by 22 artists and collectives featured in No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia.

Ernesto Neto, Drum (Tambor), 2010

Ernesto Neto, Drum (Tambor), 2010. Crochet, volcanic rock, piano, river rocks, Afro-Brazilian drums and snare drum, 380 x 1.000 x 1.000 cm. Collection of the artist © Ernesto Neto. View of the installation at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo, 2010. Photo: Everton Ballardin

Ernesto Neto: The Body that Carries Me

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

This show, developed in close collaboration with Neto, features a broad selection of his creations from the late 1980s to the present day. The exhibition has been conceived as a journey that allows visitors to feel the artist’s work and essence, an experience of smells, colors, emotions, languages, and sensory happenings.

Salvador Dalí, Flying Giant Demi-Tasse with Incomprehensible Appendage Five Meters Long, 1944-45

Salvador Dalí, Flying Giant Demi-Tasse with Incomprehensible Appendage Five Meters Long, 1944–45. Oil on canvas, 50 × 31 cm. Private collection

For Your Eyes Only: A Private Collection, from Mannerism to Surrealism

Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Organized by Andreas Beyer, For Your Eyes Only: A Private Collection, from Mannerism to Surrealism presents a selection of approximately 120 works from the private Collection of Richard and Ulla Dreyfus-Best.

Sopheap Pich, Morning Glory, 2011

Sopheap Pich, Morning Glory, 2011. Rattan, bamboo, wire, plywood, and steel, 533.4 × 261.6 × 188 cm. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Guggenheim UBS MAP Purchase Fund 2013.3 © Sopheap Pich. Installation view: Morning Glory, Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York, November 3–December 23, 2011

No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia

This exhibition, organized by June Yap, invites audiences to engage with some of the region’s most inventive artists. No Country calls for a closer examination of the ways in which South and Southeast Asia’s cultures and the relationships between them are represented, proposing a renewed understanding that transcends physical and political boundaries. Grouped according to four themes—reflection and encounter, intersections and dualities, diversities and divisions, and the desire for unity and community—the works in No Country explore the region’s complex aesthetic, economic, historical, and political territories.

Prudencio Irazabal, Untitled #767 (Sin título #767), 1996

Prudencio Irazabal, Untitled #767 (Sin título #767), 1996. Acrylic on fabric on wooden panels, 211 x 346 cm. Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa

Selections from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection IV

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Selections from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection IV is the final installment in a series of four exhibitions that began in 2010 with the aim of contextualizing the works in the Guggenheim Bilbao collection, while providing a comprehensive overview of its holdings that currently boast 128 artworks by 73 artists.

Yoko Ono, Walking On Thin Ice, 1981

Yoko Ono, Walking On Thin Ice, 1981. Video still © Yoko Ono Publication © 2014 FMGB Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa, Bilbao. All rights reserved

Yoko Ono. Half-A Wind Show—A Retrospective

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Featuring nearly 200 works divided into several thematic sections, including installations, objects, films, drawings, photographs, text, audio, and documentation of past performances, Yoko Ono. Half-A Wind Show—A Retrospective presents a comprehensive overview of the manifold output of this pioneering conceptual and performance artist.