6 great exhibitions you can visit right now in VR – in New York, London, Zürich – from GalleriesNow

GalleriesNow is the world’s leading gallery guide, with everything you need to know about great art wherever you are. Our pick of six great exhibitions – all recorded in VR so you can use goggles, your phone, or the website to transport yourself and experience more great exhibitions.

1 Peter Fischli David Weiss: Should I paint a pirate ship on my car with an armed figure on it holding a decapitated head by the hair? Sprüth Magers London

Courtesy Spru?th Magers. Photography: Stephen White
Courtesy Spru?th Magers. Photography: Stephen White

A concise overview over three floors of the gallery of the celebrated Swiss duo’s extraordinary transformations of the commonplace, in the form of three seminal works from throughout their collaborative career. link

2 Robert Indiana: LOVE is in the Air galerie gmurzynska New York

Courtesy of Galerie Gmurzynska
Courtesy of Galerie Gmurzynska

A career-spanning exhibition of both notable and rarely seen works by Indiana, “LOVE is in the Air” features pieces from 1959-2007 and highlights his expansive and multi-faceted career. link

3 Jacobo Castellano: Combing Grounds Mai 36 Galerie Zürich

Courtesy of the artist and Mai 36 Galerie, Zürich
Courtesy of the artist and Mai 36 Galerie, Zürich

Recent works by the Spanish artist based on two premises: an outstanding treatment of wood, and an ability to select found objects that convey narratives with enormous precision. link

4 Nick Mauss 303 Gallery New York

Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York
Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York

An exhibition bringing together never-before exhibited works from the past several years, underscoring the primacy of drawing and its temporalities within the continuum of his work in other dimensions and mediums. link

5 Rita Ackermann: Mama ’19 Hauser & Wirth New York

© Rita Ackermann. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Thomas Barratt
© Rita Ackermann. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Thomas Barratt

Ackermann is the inheritor of the gestural abstractions of American masters de Kooning and Twombly, and this latest body of work shows a suite of paintings in which figures and motifs rise to the surface of canvases, only to dissolve and reappear elsewhere. link

6 Marc Brandenburg: Snowflake Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac London

© Marc Brandenburg, courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London. Photo: Ben Westoby
© Marc Brandenburg, courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London. Photo: Ben Westoby

Brandenburg’s first exhibition in the UK, a series of new drawings that explore the conditions of life at the fringes of society, presented in a distinctive and acclaimed immersive black-light display. link

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