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All in Your Head

This is Robin Lowe’s third exhibition at Lennon, Weinberg. The first, in 2008, was comprised of a cycle of narrative paintings loosely based on a cold war era post-apocalyptic novel, On the Beach. Set on the southern coast of Australia,...

Institution

Institution

Fight-or-Flight

Swiss Institute is delighted to present Fight-or-Flight, the first US institutional solo exhibition by Jill Mulleady. Drawing on the history of SI’s location at 38 St Marks Pl, originally built in 1954 as a bank, Mulleady has created a group...

Joseph Beuys – Unschlitt (Tallow)

You either love Beuys or you are in deep denial about loving Beuys. His response to being asked to participate in an outdoor installation was to fill the dead space beneath a pedestrian underpass with tallow. In other words… Fat....

Laura Owens

Floor 8 will remain on view through February 26, 2018. The untitled installation that fills this gallery exemplifies Laura Owens’s persistent exploration of the interplay between painting, architecture, and perception. Five freestanding canvases are anchored directly to the floor as...

Don’t Stop

Is it painted?

I like the moment when the viewer approaches my painting and touches the surface of the canvas to make sure that it’s not a printout or a sculpture. What is important to me is illusion — painting whose reception is...

Pablo Picasso

Between 12 and 24 February 2019, the National Museum in Warsaw will present 30 works by Pablo Picasso – ceramic art and prints from the Museum’s collection. This is a unique opportunity to discover the artist’s works that are usually...

Trajectory: A Decade of Lawangwangi

Trajectory involves 10 contemporary artists from across the generations: from those who have been active in the scene since the 1990s, to their younger, fledgling counterparts. The visual idioms—which previously were leaning more towards social-political problems—clearly have become more and...

Masterpieces from the Museo Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City

Probably the most defining and iconic female artist of the twentieth century, Frida Kahlo is the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery in the summer of 2018. Thanks to the kind generosity...

2018 MFA Thesis Exhibition

The New York Academy of Art is pleased to announce its annual MFA Thesis Exhibition, showcasing work from the 44 members of the graduating class of 2018. The show features drawing, painting and sculpture created in the Academy’s tradition of...

More Than Cinema

More Than Cinema will present four film works by Motoharu Jonouchi (b. 1935 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan) and Keiichi Tanaami (b. 1936 in Tokyo, Japan), two seminal figures whose practices contributed to the emergence and dynamism of the Expanded Cinema...

Projects 1963–2020

The second solo exhibition at the PalaisPopulaire presents what is probably the world’s most famous artistic duo: Christo and Jeanne-Claude. They succeeded in breaking through the narrow boundaries of the art business and attracting the interest of a broad public...

David Hockney

For nearly 60 years, David Hockney (British, born 1937) has pursued a singular career with a love for painting and its intrinsic challenges. This major retrospective—the exhibition's only North American venue—honors the artist in his 80th year by presenting his...

Cameras—Imaginary Cameras and Other Optical Devices

Tamás Waliczky’s proposed project for the Hungarian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale revolves around the wide array of possibilities of visual perception and the ways in which they can be captured and depicted. The title refers first and foremost to...

NORTHERN LIGHT: THE DAVID KRONN PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTION

Northern Light is drawn from the exceptional collection of photography amassed by Dr David Kronn over the past 25 years. This exhibition presents work by photographers that examines the history of the conflict in Northern Ireland specifically and places it...

Highly Unlikely but not Impossible

In Kurdish the word "hiwa" means hope. The exhibition Highly Unlikely but not Impossible showcases the works of Hiwa K - an Iraqi Kurd who found political asylum in Europe almost 20 years ago, and today is considered one of...

The Museum’s Collection

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is one of the most important museums of European and American art of the twentieth century in Italy. It is located in Peggy Guggenheim’s former home, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, on the Grand Canal in Venice....

Am Ende diese Arbeit

Ist Arbeit am Ende? Oder nur unsichtbar, weil sie woanders stattfindet, automatisiert oder immateriell ist? Welche Denkprozesse regt der Umgang mit unterschiedlichen Materialien und sozialen Kontexten an? Worin besteht künstlerische Arbeit? Ist es eine Vielzahl an Austauschprozessen, die gleichbleibende Werkform,...

It Wasn’t Us

A painting by Katharina Grosse can appear anywhere. Her large-scale works are multi-dimensional pictorial worlds in which splendid color sweeps across walls, ceilings, objects, and even entire buildings and landscapes. For the exhibition It Wasn’t Us the artist has transformed...

New york Galleries

New york Galleries

Chip Log

Gladstone Gallery is pleased to present the New York debut of Belgian artist Kasper Bosmans. Rooted in historical research, Bosmans disentangles the intersection of signs that create cultural meaning in both micro and macro registers. His interdisciplinary works include institutional...

FACE OFF

sepiaEYE is pleased to present FACE OFF, a show that explores confrontational and performative portraiture by seven artists working in installation, video, and photography. The exhibition features the work of Vivan Sundaram, Joaquin Trujillo, Pamela Singh, Angelika Sher, Nandita Raman,...

Vahakn Arslanian

Andrew Edlin Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition for Vahakn Arslanian, his fourth with the gallery. The show features recent works and includes a variety of pieces made over the last fifteen years. At 42, his distinctive vision...

War on Wellness

Kai Matsumiya welcomes Maryam Jafri’s debut solo exhibition, “War on Wellness.” The centerpiece is “Where We´re At,” a work in which the artist has fabricated an 8 ½ ft by 8 ½ ft functional crossword puzzle made of wood in...

The Myth of Inanna

The Myth of Inanna, a solo exhibition of new work by Alison Blickle. A lover of mythology and a practicing witch, Blickle created this work as an homage to the myth of Inanna, the oldest recorded human story. In this...

Aditi Singh

“I love repetition. Repetitions turn time into a place, turn the days into a space. Repetitions form the foreground, middle-ground, and background of the picture plane. And inside this plane, the lattice work of routine stills. It’s as if time...

Death & Birth

Peter Blum Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Luisa Rabbia entitled Death&Birth at 176 Grand Street, New York. This is the artist’s third solo show with the gallery. There will be an opening reception on...

Ex Gurus

Andrew Kreps Gallery is pleased to present Ex Gurus, an exhibition of new work by Erika Verzutti. Erika Verzutti’s works explore the ways in which the insular act of creation becomes intertwined with the physical world. Drawing on both the...

LOVE FEST – Seriously

Join Lichtundfire and the artists for an ARTIST TALK & EXHIBITION WALK THRU with Q & A and CLOSING RECEPTION for "LOVE FEST - Seriously", a group exhibition that brings together 10 artists, working in various media, who, at large,...

Isolated Above, Connected...

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery is pleased to present Isolated Above, Connected Down, a solo exhibition by Liu Shiyuan. This is the Chinese new media artist's first major solo exhibition in the United States. On view from February 22 through April 7,...

15 [Quince]

Sean Kelly is delighted to present 15 [Quince], an exhibition of Frank Thiel’s newest photographs taken over a two-year period throughout the fifteen municipalities of Havana. In this body of work Thiel focuses on the first generation of millennials born...

Paintings From 1969 to 1...

Berry Campbell Gallery is pleased to announce Walter Darby Bannard: Paintings from 1969 to 1975 featuring seventeen important paintings, including several large-scale canvases that have not been seen since the 1970s. In these rare early works, Bannard used Alkyd resin...

Personal Effects in BLACK

Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present Personal Effects in BLACK, Johannesburg-based artist Serge Alain Nitegeka’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition features a new body of work, created in 2017, that continues Nitegeka’s examination of color, form,...

This Synthetic Moment

David Nolan Gallery is pleased to present This Synthetic Moment, curated by David Hartt, on view January 18 through March 10, 2018. A picture of one woman looking at another, a portrait of a man holding a camera, a portrait...

Claudio Parmiggiani

Bortolami is pleased to present the gallery’s second solo exhibition of works by Italian artist Claudio Parmiggiani. The show focuses on his Delocazione series. Translating literally to “delocation”, the artist creates these works by igniting a controlled combustion at close...

Kamrooz Aram, Anwar Jalal...

Hales Gallery is pleased to announce Kamrooz Aram, Anwar Jalal Shemza, an exhibition to be presented at the Hales Project Room, New York. This project at 64 Delancey Street coincides with Aram’s solo exhibitions at Atlanta Contemporary (open January 2018)...

An Act Of Freedom

For Judith Godwin, painting “is an act of freedom and a realization that images generated by the female experience can be a powerful and creative expression for all humanity.”[i] From 1950, when she first exhibited her work, to the present,...

Chess painting

At our Chelsea location, chess painting—the artist’s fourth solo show at the gallery—recasts Zobernig’s 2017 show at the MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA. Making use of the gallery’s architecture, Zobernig allows viewers to confront the constructed, at times...

Famous Artist

Famous Artist

Zhao Gang: History Painting

Zhao Gang (b. 1961, Beijing) is a key figure in the development of Chinese contemporary art. The youngest member of the Stars Group—China’s first modern art movement—Gang left China in 1983 to study, live, and work in Europe and the...

Mafant

Tilo Baumgärtel seems to have aligned his figures with the "multioption society" as Peter Gross calls it, referring to the way in which large sections of society have dispensed with the concept of salvation. Representatives of this exlstence appear slack...

Richard Serra – Sculpture and Drawings

David Zwirner is pleased to present two major new works in forged steel by Richard Serra. Recent drawings by the artist will be on view in the gallery’s second floor exhibition spaces. Richard Serra’s (b. 1938) first solo exhibitions were...

Joseph Beuys – Unschlitt (Tallow)

You either love Beuys or you are in deep denial about loving Beuys. His response to being asked to participate in an outdoor installation was to fill the dead space beneath a pedestrian underpass with tallow. In other words… Fat....

David Hockney

For nearly 60 years, David Hockney (British, born 1937) has pursued a singular career with a love for painting and its intrinsic challenges. This major retrospective—the exhibition's only North American venue—honors the artist in his 80th year by presenting his...

Geta Bratescu – The Leaps of Aesop

‘Geta Brătescu. The Leaps of Aesop’ is the first New York solo presentation devoted to the 91 year-old forerunner in the field of Romanian Conceptualism. Her diverse oeuvre – comprising drawing, collage, engraving, textiles, and photography, as well as experimental...

Laura Owens

Floor 8 will remain on view through February 26, 2018. The untitled installation that fills this gallery exemplifies Laura Owens’s persistent exploration of the interplay between painting, architecture, and perception. Five freestanding canvases are anchored directly to the floor as...

It Wasn’t Us

A painting by Katharina Grosse can appear anywhere. Her large-scale works are multi-dimensional pictorial worlds in which splendid color sweeps across walls, ceilings, objects, and even entire buildings and landscapes. For the exhibition It Wasn’t Us the artist has transformed...

Roots and Branches

For his first solo exhibition with Lisson New York, Ai Weiwei populates the gallery with felled, cast-iron tree trunks, nearly sixteen feet in length, and a series of iron root sculptures set against the backdrop of a new wallpaper installation. Situated among...

Take My Breath Away

Danish artist Danh Vo (b. 1975, Bà Rịa, Vietnam) dissects the public forces and private desires that define individual experience. His work addresses sweeping cultural and political themes, but refracts them through intimate personal narratives—what the artist calls “the tiny...

Louvre Museum – Mona Lisa Room

The moonlight was behind them

Tim Rollins and K.O.S. are a collaborative group. Rollins is an activist and teacher who began his career as the assistant to conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth. In 1979 he co-founded Group Material in New York and taught students at Intermediate...

Handlauf

Neo Rauch, the Leipzig-born artist who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig (HGB) with Arno Rink, has left a mark on art. With his figurative paintings, the international art world was his oyster in the 1990s. Yet at...

Group Show

Infamous

Infamous is a visual exploration of the long history of deeply rooted racism in the United States. Throughout his illustrious career, Andres Serrano has directly confronted the zeitgeist with provocative works. In this exhibition of over 30 photographs of racist...

Pablo Picasso

Between 12 and 24 February 2019, the National Museum in Warsaw will present 30 works by Pablo Picasso – ceramic art and prints from the Museum’s collection. This is a unique opportunity to discover the artist’s works that are usually...

European art

european art

The moonlight was behind them

Tim Rollins and K.O.S. are a collaborative group. Rollins is an activist and teacher who began his career as the assistant to conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth. In 1979 he co-founded Group Material in New York and taught students at Intermediate...

Walking through the fields of history

Galerie Jochen Hempel is pleased to present the exhibition walking through the fields of history... and to announce the reopening of the Leipzig gallery spaces. Walking through the fields of history… is an exhibition of a collection. A collection of...

Fortune teller told me

Leica 6×7 Gallery Warsaw invites you on February 15 at 6 PM for the opening of Sonia Szóstak’s exhibition “Fortune teller told me”. This is the first individual show of this artist in Warsaw. The photographer will present a selection...

Illusion – The Myth of the “Vahiné“ through gender dysphoria

Namsa Leuba’s most recent project, Illusions, was created in Tahiti and inspired by the paintings of Paul Gauguin and “tropical” images in Modern art, which occupy the Western collective unconscious. This type of imagery casts the Polynesian woman as beautiful,...

Group Show: Moment

Mum

Sprüth Magers is delighted to announce that, after extensive renovations, its London gallery will reopen on Grafton Street on September 29th, 2017. It takes over the building with an expanded exhibition space occupying three floors. The gallery opens with a...

Ballardian House

Esther Schipper is pleased to announce Ballardian House, Jean-Pascal Flavien's second solo exhibition with the gallery. Jean-Pascal Flavien has constructed a life-sized house within the exhibition space. Set in the midst of a sandy ground with a number of rocks,...

Squint

The first solo exhibition in Germany by Michael Simpson (b. 1940, Dorset, UK). Simpson presents a significant body of new work, including drawings, large-scale canvas paintings and a four-part polyptych over three metres high and seven metres wide. Over the...

Streamflow

ROBERT ŚWIECZYŃSKI

Robert Świerczyński's photographic images have a vertical, elongated format. It's a shape similar to the proportion of a smartphone or a laptop screen rotated by 90 degrees. However, before the eye acknowledges this, attention is drawn to the aseptic poetics...

Two Hearts

„We can have so many hearts inside ourselves. In my lifetime, I have discovered two hearts. This show is about my reflections on duality, the power of female energy, and temporality.“ Marina Abramović (Vienna, March 26, 2018) Marina Abramović is...

Nicht nur blau

Collection Revisited: Contemporary Art from Leipzig

In the MdbK, the current art development from Leipzig constitutes an important focus in the collection. Traditionally, artists who have been trained at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB) (Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig) or who work in...

Reembodying the Real

Boogie-Wall Gallery is thrilled to present the solo exhibition of British Ghanaian artist Adelaide Damoah. Damoah works at the intersection of painting and performance within the context of colonialism, identity, feminism and spirituality. Her new exhibition "Reembodying the Real" includes...

1000 Hands

Metaphorically and seasonally, the exhibition 1000 Hands suits the climate of the pre-​spring thaw, illuminating a land­scape of exhaustion and approaching, intuitively sensed change. In Polish literature this metaphor car­ries a political dimen­sion. In the works shown together here by...

TOBEY or not to be? (English)

On the occasion of the 130th anniversary of the birth of Mark Tobey (1890 - 1976), the exhibition offers a convergence of perspectives: that of the the Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, the artist's historical gallery in Europe, that of a...

American art

American Art

Walton Ford – Barbary

Kasmin is pleased to present Barbary, a new body of large-scale watercolors by Walton Ford that will inaugurate the gallery’s flagship space in Chelsea, New York. The series is a result of over eighteen years of research by Ford into...

The New Figurative

Fearless, bold use of line and color, a profound sense of form and space - the work of America Martin transcends cultural as well as internalized gender aesthetics in a conversation with universal, underlying themes of beauty, nature, and the...

Sam Falls

303 Gallery is pleased to announce our first exhibition of new work by Sam Falls. Sublimating the natural world in works that both defy and embrace the basic functions of art, Falls' works record specific moments in time as well...

He-Demon

Fredericks & Freiser is pleased to announce “He Demon,” an exhibition of new paintings by Gary Panter. Widely recognized as one of the most influential figures of the Los Angeles punk aesthetic, Panter’s “punk, nuclear, hillbilly” sensibility has been a...

Laura Owens

Floor 8 will remain on view through February 26, 2018. The untitled installation that fills this gallery exemplifies Laura Owens’s persistent exploration of the interplay between painting, architecture, and perception. Five freestanding canvases are anchored directly to the floor as...

Friends and Strangers

CANADA is pleased to announce Friends and Strangers by Katherine Bradford, the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. This show finds the artist channeling an environment of febrile political and social change through paintings of individuals and groups negotiating...

Deepfake

The Hole is proud to present a mixed media exhibition by Tara Subkoff in our rear gallery space and a special performance on November 5th as part of PERFORMA, the performance art biennial in New York. This is Subkoff’s first...

Together and Alone

Fredericks & Freiser is proud to announce an exhibition of paintings by John Wesley. Together and Alone presents a group Wesley’s work from the 1980s to 2000s that suggests the loneliness and tensions of contemporary life. Bold negative spaces, enigmatic...

Origins & Innovations

Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present its first New York solo exhibition of work by David Smith (1906 – 1965). Offering a fresh, in-depth examination of his varied career, ‘Origins & Innovations’ brings together the artist’s paintings, drawings, photographs,...

New Precisionism Part 2

All in Your Head

This is Robin Lowe’s third exhibition at Lennon, Weinberg. The first, in 2008, was comprised of a cycle of narrative paintings loosely based on a cold war era post-apocalyptic novel, On the Beach. Set on the southern coast of Australia,...

Susan Vecsey

Berry Campbell Gallery is pleased to announce a special exhibition of recent paintings by Susan Vecsey. This is Berry Campbell Gallery’s third exhibition of Susan Vecsey’s work since announcing the artist’s representation in 2014. Vecsey is widely held in both...

Dreamland

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to present Bo Bartlett: Dreamland on view from March 1 - April 21, 2018. The exhibition highlights four large-scale paintings from 1995 to 2001 that feature the artist's exploration of mythical themes. Bartlett's imagery fuses...

The 99%

Paintings From the Old World

56 HENRY is pleased to present Paintings From the Old World, an exhibition of new work by Rome-based artist Gianni Politi. The show, comprised of six unique shirts made from painted canvas, will be on view from January 13 through...

Journeyman

Klowden Mann is pleased to present our third solo exhibition with Los Angeles-based artist Rodrigo Valenzuela, Journeyman. The exhibition features a series of eight photogravures from Valenzuela’s new photographic series, Stature, as well as ceramic sculptural works embedded into a...

german art

german art

AFK

Our group show »AFK« (Away From Keyboard) marks the time when art returns from virtual to physical space. It is an ever-changing exhibition with a varying and evolving artist participation. In this way, different perspectives and new influences will constantly...

Schwere Kraft

After winning the Travel Award of the National Portrait Gallery London, Robert Seidel cycled the Danube to its source. Before that he was in California for a scholarship and now he is showing the exhibition "Schwere Kraft".Schwere Kraft = Gravity....

Space

For the first time Grass is Greener gallery is showing works by Kathrin Thiele from the DIS series, as well as brand new works in which the boundary between abstraction and figuration is blurring even more. Somewhere in the organic...

Neoplastic Room. Open Composition

The history of the Neoplastic Room dates back to 1946. The Muzeum Sztuki, previously housed in a dozen or so rooms of the former town hall, was granted a new seat - the nineteenth-century palace of the Łódź industrialist - Maurycy Poznański....

Romy Julia Kroppe – Europabad

The deco-palms exposed to wind and salt water, sunlight and smoke are made of plastic. With their flaky plastic surfaces, colour irritations and faded stains, the relentless weathering gives them back a kind of naturalness. Or is this effect a...

Solo show

The Museum’s Collection

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is one of the most important museums of European and American art of the twentieth century in Italy. It is located in Peggy Guggenheim’s former home, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, on the Grand Canal in Venice....

J’aime, je nʼaime pas

The exhibition „J'aime, je n'aime pas" (I love, I don't love) follows an invitation from Galerie EIGEN + ART to Tim Eitel and brings together 6 artists from Georgia, Israel, Syria and France that studied with Tim Eitel at the...

It Wasn’t Us

A painting by Katharina Grosse can appear anywhere. Her large-scale works are multi-dimensional pictorial worlds in which splendid color sweeps across walls, ceilings, objects, and even entire buildings and landscapes. For the exhibition It Wasn’t Us the artist has transformed...

The Art of Dialogue

Brancusi & Duchamp: The Art of Dialogue, curated by art historian Paul B. Franklin, explores the aesthetic dialogue between Constantin Brancusi (1876–1957) and Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968), two of the most inimitable and innovative artists of the twentieth century. Bringing together...

L’Invitation au voyage

Esther Schipper is pleased to present L’Invitation au voyage, an exhibition of painting on the long history of travelling in your imagination, through fantasy or dreams, and ideas of the body as site of projection, conduit and personal discovery. At...

Sebastian Gögel

Still Frame

Esther Schipper is pleased to present Andrew Grassie’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Entitled Still Frame the exhibition includes 24 new paintings. Both title and number of paintings obliquely acknowledge the conceptual affinity to cinematic story-telling that informs the...

Mafant

Tilo Baumgärtel seems to have aligned his figures with the "multioption society" as Peter Gross calls it, referring to the way in which large sections of society have dispensed with the concept of salvation. Representatives of this exlstence appear slack...

Moments Of Clarity Are So Rare – Artists of the gallery and friends

Studio 11

We are pleased to announce the start of the solo exhibition Studio 11 by Wolfgang Ellenrieder. A large part of the works now shown by us was created during his stay in 2018/19 at the Deutsche Akademie Rome Villa Massimo....

Joseph Beuys – Unschlitt (Tallow)

You either love Beuys or you are in deep denial about loving Beuys. His response to being asked to participate in an outdoor installation was to fill the dead space beneath a pedestrian underpass with tallow. In other words… Fat....

Will of The Gods

Julius Hofmann is a child of the media, yet as a painter he practices the import of images considered to be obsolete back to the canvas. Thus painting also represents a memory of databased images, not as an archive for...

Solo show

Solo Show

Layout festmények 1988-1991

Az acb Galéria Tót Endre 1988 és 1991 között készült Layout festmények című ciklusából mutat be egy reprezentatív válogatást. Tót Layout festményei minden ízükben újdonságnak számítanak közönség és szakma számára is, mivel a kölni Galerie Ucherben megvalósult 1991-es bemutatásuk óta...

TOBEY or not to be? (English)

On the occasion of the 130th anniversary of the birth of Mark Tobey (1890 - 1976), the exhibition offers a convergence of perspectives: that of the the Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, the artist's historical gallery in Europe, that of a...

Denzitas

Dobokay Máté az acb Attachmentben mutatja be első önálló acb-s kiállítását, ami az elmúlt hat évben kidolgozott sorozataira épül. A Robert Capa Kortárs Fotográfiai Központban nemrég bemutatott Ag című, a fotográfiai ezüstre összpontosító kiállítása nyomán, a fiatal művész legújabb munkáiban...

Dreamland

Allan Stone Projects is pleased to present Bo Bartlett: Dreamland on view from March 1 - April 21, 2018. The exhibition highlights four large-scale paintings from 1995 to 2001 that feature the artist's exploration of mythical themes. Bartlett's imagery fuses...

Paintings From the Old World

56 HENRY is pleased to present Paintings From the Old World, an exhibition of new work by Rome-based artist Gianni Politi. The show, comprised of six unique shirts made from painted canvas, will be on view from January 13 through...

Richard Serra – Sculpture and Drawings

David Zwirner is pleased to present two major new works in forged steel by Richard Serra. Recent drawings by the artist will be on view in the gallery’s second floor exhibition spaces. Richard Serra’s (b. 1938) first solo exhibitions were...

Geta Bratescu – The Leaps of Aesop

‘Geta Brătescu. The Leaps of Aesop’ is the first New York solo presentation devoted to the 91 year-old forerunner in the field of Romanian Conceptualism. Her diverse oeuvre – comprising drawing, collage, engraving, textiles, and photography, as well as experimental...

Marieta Chirulescu

Fundacja Galerii Foksal prezentuje pierwszą indywidualną wystawę Mariety Chirulescu, na którą artystka przygotowała nową serię prac. Wcześniej w 2012 roku Fundacja współpracowała z Chirulescu przy grupowej wystawie Everywhere and on Everything nawiązującej do twórczości Edwarda Krasińskiego i jego post-malarskiej tradycji...

Bite the Mountain – Eat the Forest

Bite the Mountain - Eat the Forest Opheim is now 60 years old. His paintings are distinctive and unique. As his style easily resonates with people in the developed countries, invitations for exhibitions have continued to roll in from the...

Together and Alone

Fredericks & Freiser is proud to announce an exhibition of paintings by John Wesley. Together and Alone presents a group Wesley’s work from the 1980s to 2000s that suggests the loneliness and tensions of contemporary life. Bold negative spaces, enigmatic...

Aditi Singh

“I love repetition. Repetitions turn time into a place, turn the days into a space. Repetitions form the foreground, middle-ground, and background of the picture plane. And inside this plane, the lattice work of routine stills. It’s as if time...

Deepfake

The Hole is proud to present a mixed media exhibition by Tara Subkoff in our rear gallery space and a special performance on November 5th as part of PERFORMA, the performance art biennial in New York. This is Subkoff’s first...

Snow Forest

Perrotin New York is pleased to present “Snow Forest”, the fifth solo exhibition at the gallery by Farhad Moshiri. The exhibition is coinciding with “Go West”, the first retrospective in the US of Farhad Moshiri, currently held at The Andy...

All in Your Head

This is Robin Lowe’s third exhibition at Lennon, Weinberg. The first, in 2008, was comprised of a cycle of narrative paintings loosely based on a cold war era post-apocalyptic novel, On the Beach. Set on the southern coast of Australia,...

Ex Gurus

Andrew Kreps Gallery is pleased to present Ex Gurus, an exhibition of new work by Erika Verzutti. Erika Verzutti’s works explore the ways in which the insular act of creation becomes intertwined with the physical world. Drawing on both the...

Squint

The first solo exhibition in Germany by Michael Simpson (b. 1940, Dorset, UK). Simpson presents a significant body of new work, including drawings, large-scale canvas paintings and a four-part polyptych over three metres high and seven metres wide. Over the...

SITUATION

Soon after acb Gallery closed the exhibition celebrating Imre Bak’s 80th birthday on 2020.03.08. and the Covid-19 coronavirus grew into a pandemic causing a global lockdown, Bak started to work on a new series. Bak choose to create small collage...

Take My Breath Away

Danish artist Danh Vo (b. 1975, Bà Rịa, Vietnam) dissects the public forces and private desires that define individual experience. His work addresses sweeping cultural and political themes, but refracts them through intimate personal narratives—what the artist calls “the tiny...

group show

Group Show

Moments Of Clarity Are So Rare – Artists of the gallery and friends

Inside

Thaler Originalgrafik zeigt in Zeiten der Isolation eine Gruppenausstellung mit Papierarbeiten von 20 Künstlern, die sich mit Innenansichten auseinandergesetzt haben.

Art Bond NY at Art Miami

Art Bond NY is participating in Art Miami with a virtual installation and a physical exhibition in Chelsea. In order to provide a safe environment for our staff and the public, a limited number of visitors will be permitted within...

LOVE FEST – Seriously

Join Lichtundfire and the artists for an ARTIST TALK & EXHIBITION WALK THRU with Q & A and CLOSING RECEPTION for "LOVE FEST - Seriously", a group exhibition that brings together 10 artists, working in various media, who, at large,...

Quote! Quote! Quote!

Hanart TZ Gallery proudly presents “Quote! Quote! Quote!”, an exhibition of Inga Svala Thorsdottir and Wu Shanzhuan. The exhibition will feature a selection of more than 290 works from 1986 to 2018, witnessing the artists’ transition over the years. Available:...

The 99%

AFK

Our group show »AFK« (Away From Keyboard) marks the time when art returns from virtual to physical space. It is an ever-changing exhibition with a varying and evolving artist participation. In this way, different perspectives and new influences will constantly...

Group Show

Walking through the fields of history

Galerie Jochen Hempel is pleased to present the exhibition walking through the fields of history... and to announce the reopening of the Leipzig gallery spaces. Walking through the fields of history… is an exhibition of a collection. A collection of...

FACE OFF

sepiaEYE is pleased to present FACE OFF, a show that explores confrontational and performative portraiture by seven artists working in installation, video, and photography. The exhibition features the work of Vivan Sundaram, Joaquin Trujillo, Pamela Singh, Angelika Sher, Nandita Raman,...

Collection Revisited: Contemporary Art from Leipzig

In the MdbK, the current art development from Leipzig constitutes an important focus in the collection. Traditionally, artists who have been trained at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB) (Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig) or who work in...

Poetical Vector

Framing an influential, historical figure of modern art in the context of Indonesian contemporary art contains its own effort and challenges. In Poetical Vector, Gregorius Sidharta Soegijo, a maestro of Indonesian modern art who already demonstrated several key premises of...

Egy véget nem érő mondat

1994 óta rendezik meg minden évben június 16-án Szombathelyen a Bloomsdayt, abból az apropóból, hogy a modern világirodalom klasszikusának számító James Joyce Ulysses című regényének cselekménye ezen a napon játszódik, illetve a regény egyik főhősének, Leopold Bloomnak az édesapja, Virág...

Am Ende diese Arbeit

Ist Arbeit am Ende? Oder nur unsichtbar, weil sie woanders stattfindet, automatisiert oder immateriell ist? Welche Denkprozesse regt der Umgang mit unterschiedlichen Materialien und sozialen Kontexten an? Worin besteht künstlerische Arbeit? Ist es eine Vielzahl an Austauschprozessen, die gleichbleibende Werkform,...

Group Show: Moment

Streamflow

New Precisionism Part 2

Artscience

ARTSCIENCE is a group exhibition curated by artist and inventor Anna Ehrsam. The twenty artists in this show make works of art which reflect science and art coming together in innovative and poetic ways. The work ranges from paintings made...

art fair

art fair

Matteo Pugliese & Stephane Joannes

On view are sculptures by Matteo Pugliese and oil paintings by Stephane Joannes. Matteo Pugliese: The sculptures on view from Matteo Pugliese's compelling series, the Extra Moenia, focus on the struggle and tension of overcoming obstacles and barriers. The artist...

Here and there…

'Have sketchbook, will travel' is a modified phrase that will be familiar to some, Michael John Hunt is always on the lookout for subject matter and it is usually readily available - not always in the obvious places. In the...

La Quotidienne

La quotidienne is not the title of a project, it is merely an introduction and a description of my art. I have never made paintings based on a certain proposition, even though this method is considered contemporary. I am sure...

Boryana Petkova and Michail Michailov

The artists shows their interest in drawing. Drawing that creates images and models space, that archives traces, places obstacles and builds challenges. The drawing that comes into direct contact with the body (B. Petkova) or with what is left of...

SCOPE Immersive

Welcome to SCOPE Immersive | Online Viewing Room! We thank you for traveling great distances from across the globe to be first on line for the show! Please be patient as the download may take 2- 5 minutes depending on...

La Forest Divonne

La Forest Divonne Gallery gives carte blanche to Elsa&Johanna with a new immersive experience for the "Regard sur la scène française", where the unusual environment question notions of truth and artifice like their works. Three long-time artists represented by the...

GALERIE ARIANE C-Y

La Galerie Ariane C-Y présente une sélection d’œuvres de Guillaume Castel, Rosa Maria Unda Souki et William Wright. Qu’il s’agisse d’œuvres déjà exposées par des institutions (Dulse, Guillaume Castel) ou d’œuvres présentées en exclusivité à Art Paris (nouvelles séries de...

unrest

Burgess Modern & Contemporary

Burgess Modern & Contemporary provides curatorial expertise and presents specialized art projects to assist discerning collectors. Featured at the Hamptons Virtual Art Fair are Jedd Novatt, with works from the Kármán Line and Chaos series, Tom Wesselmann with iconic Pop...

A Girl Can Dream: Summer in The Hamptons

Cynthia Corbett Gallery is delighted to be back in the pulsating Hamptons art fair scene which has gone online with the 2020 Hamptons Virtual Art Fair. This exclusive curation showcases the long-standing gallery artists: Andy Burgess, Deborah Azzopardi, Fabiano Parisi,...

Paris mon amour

« Paris mon amour » is a project imagined and concieved specifically for Art Paris 2020. We will present a set of artworks chosen for their link with Paris and love. « Paris mon amour » is a project imagined...

Stand F17

Pour cette édition d'Art Paris, la Galerie XII proposait un stand articulé autour de la photographie narrative avec des oeuvres inédites d'artistes confirmés comme Mona Khun et Paolo Ventura, ainsi que des oeuvres d'artistes émergents à l'image de Charlotte Mano.

Gowen Contemporary selected works

Located in the old town of Geneva, Gowen Contemporary represents international emerging and mid-career artists and is known for its rich exhibition program and participation in renowned international art fairs. The gallery was originally formed as "Faye Fleming & Partner"...

Water + Light

This exhibition of Water + Light portrays the unique artistry of water in its collaborations with light —from jazz ripples to sea galaxies, from cyanotype to impressionism, from gentlest serenity to wildest tumult. I hope you'll stroll along all five...

Ouvrez les yeux

Through this call to “open your eyes”, our booth aims at being a window open on the world. Drawing the attention of the viewer on topical issues, it is conceived like an invitation to introspection, awareness and challenge our environment....

Minimalism Beauty

The distinctive signs of Fremin Gallery are proposals that invite to think about the society and the individual, maintaining a close look to the soulful engagement of each artist’s approach to their medium. There is strong cross-pollination between subjects ranging...

Anton Bakker Sculptor – www.antonbakker.com

In his sculptures Anton Bakker fixes points in space that, as the eye connects them, revealharmonious alignments as three-dimensional paths.These paths represent a range of mathematical themes: lines, curves, knots, spirals, Möbiusstrips, optical illusions, and fractals.Anton Bakker's sculptures can be...

BETWEEN TWO WORLDS

Van Rensburg Galleries features 4 artists whose work explores a different aspect of the theme ‘Between Two Worlds’. This interpretation of the current global event we find ourselves in has the artists exploring their own experience of enforced isolation, illusion...

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