Cerith Wyn Evans No realm of thought… No field of vision 7 February – 19 April 2020
Coinciding with his acclaimed solo exhibition “….the Illuminating Gas” at Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan, Cerith Wyn Evans (b. 1958, Wales) presents an exhibition of new work installed across the entire gallery, in his largest White Cube show to date.
Park Seo-Bo 28 April – 21 June 2020
Park Seo-Bo (b. 1931, South Korea) is widely considered one of the pioneering figures in contemporary Korean art and is credited as being the father of the ‘Dansaekhwa’ movement. This major presentation features paintings spanning the 1960s to the present day.
Jessica Rankin 28 April – 21 June 2020
For her first solo exhibition in London since 2012, Jessica Rankin (b. 1971, Australia) debuts a new series of paintings. Featuring colourful paint and embroidery, these works feature lyrical gestures which stretch across and often over the edges of the canvas.
Imi Knoebel 28 April – 21 June 2020
Imi Knoebel (b. 1941, Germany), one of the leading German artists of the post-war period, presents an installation of multipart, monochrome works. Highlights include a three-panel white painting, first exhibited in 1975, alongside recent vivid cadmium red works from Knoebel’s ‘Konstellation’ series, which originated in the same year.
Ibrahim Mahama 30 June – 6 September 2020
Ibrahim Mahama (b. 1987, Ghana) presents new installations in his second solo exhibition at White Cube. Often made in collaboration with others, Mahama’s large-scale works use the transformation of materials to explore themes of commodity, migration, globalisation and economic exchange.
Inside the White Cube: Bronwyn Katz 30 June – 6 September 2020
Bronwyn Katz (b. 1993, South Africa) employs a precise and minimal formal language to address the political conditions of space. Her first solo exhibition in the UK brings together sculptures using found or rudimentary materials such as salvaged metal and bed springs.
Danh Vo September – November 2020
Danh Vo (b.1975, Vietnam) displays new sculpture and installation across the gallery. In his conceptual works, Vo often draws on personal experience to explore historical, social and political themes, charting the relationship between our inner selves, our desires, and the forces at large that determine them.
Al Held November 2020 – January 2021
A pioneer of hard-edged abstraction, American painter Al Held (1928?2005) created works of great complexity during his 50-year career. This exhibition explores his Modernist roots and sustained exploration of abstract painting, featuring many of his monumental paintings.