Exhibition
Exploratorium San Francisco
Date: May 27 - September 5, 2016
Pier 15 (Embarcadero at Green Street)
San Francisco, CA
94111
US
Exhibition
Chicago Cultural Center
Date: February 6 - May 01, 2016
78 E. Washington St.
Chicago, IL
60602
US
Strandbeest Drawings
Date: Februari 26, 2016 - April 2, 2016
Heden Den Haag, Denneweg 14A, The Hague

Strandbeest Drawings
Date: April 12, 2016 - April 27, 2016
Atrium Stadhuis, The Hague
Exhibition
Date: April 17 - October 31 2016
Verbeke Foundation
Westakker
9190 KEMZEKE (Stekene)
Belgium

Exhibition Madrid
Date: October 22, 2015 - January 17, 2016
ESPACIO FUNDACIÓN TELEFÓNICA,
c/ Fuencarral 3, 28013, Madrid, SPAIN
Beach Sessions
In 2016 there will be beach sessions again. But all sessions are SOLD OUT.
Premiere - A Boy's Dream
IDFA Amsterdam
Date: Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 19:30
Frederiksplein 52
1017 XN Amsterdam,
Netherlands
Grand Exhibition
TOKYO TAMAGAWA ENNICHI
April 24 - May 6 2015
Location: Futako Tamagawa "GARELIA." Tokyo
Exhibition PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM SALEM MA
September 19, 2015 - January 3, 2016
Dodge Gallery 2, East India Square, 161 Essex Street

PEM presents the first major American exhibition of Theo Jansen's famed kinetic sculptures. Dynamic and interdisciplinary, Jansen's Strandbeests ("beach animals") blur the lines between art and science, sculpture and performance. The exhibition celebrates the thrill of the Strandbeests' unique locomotion as well as the processes that have driven their evolutionary development on the Dutch seacoast. The kinetic sculptures are accompanied by artist sketches, facilitated demonstrations of the creatures' complex ambulatory systems, a hall of "fossils" as well as photography by Lena Herzog.

http://pem.org/exhibitions/176-strandbeest_the_dream_machines_of_theo_jansen
Exhibition PALAIS DE TOKYO
February 18 - May 17 2015
Paris, France
LE BORD DES MONDES
[At the Edge of the Worlds]

With: Laurent DEROBERT, Carlos ESPINOSA, Rose-Lynn FISHER, GAME OF STATES, Hiroshi ISHIGURO, Theo JANSEN, Jean KATAMBAYI, Kenji KAWAKAMI, Jesse KRIMES, Charlie LE MINDU, « Le Prince Noir », Bridget POLK, SAPEURS, Tomás Saraceno, ...
Answering Marcel Duchamp’s question: “Can one make works of art which are not 'of art'?”, the exhibition “Le Bord des Mondes” [At the Edge of the Worlds] explores the many fields of artistic creation and welcomes creative people from outside of the art world whose work would seem to belong to it through its depth, its beauty and its singularity. These artists – visionaries, experimenters, poets and pirates – reveal these unprecedented fields and defy limits.

Curated by Rebecca Lamarche Vadel

http://www.palaisdetokyo.com/en/exhibition/programme-saison-fevrier-mai-2015