Beginning 14 May, Hauser & Wirth New York will present ‘We Were Already Gone’, an exhibition at its West 22nd Street location in the Chelsea Arts District, organized in collaboration with Hunter College.
As the art world digests Frieze’s first in person event for almost a year, Curator Bakul Patki shares her favourite artists from Frame – the fair’s platform for galleries that have been active for 10 years or less.
Cable Depot is to present [Malignancy] by Moogz, a sonic installation made ad hoc over 12 years. Audio recordings embedded in the work date back to 2008 and the final collage has been freshly assembled in 2021.
Ebony G. Patterson’s new large scales tapestries create immersive environments that physically echo the exhibition’s title “She is Land..She is Mourning”.
For over half a century, Larry Poons has been identified as heir to the heroic era of American painting
Almine Rech London is to present its first solo exhibition of American artist Larry Poons. For over half a century, Larry Poons has been identified as heir to the heroic era of American painting, following in the footsteps of such greats as Pollock, de Kooning, and Rothko.
At the core of Frieze New York’s 2021 programming was the Tribute to the Vision & Justice Project. Founded by Sarah Elizabeth Lewis, an associate professor at Harvard University, the project aims to consider the role of the arts in unraveling the relationship between race and citizenship in the U.S.
Paolo Canevari’s latest exhibition distils his artwork’s contention between the power of mankind, and the possibilities of polyvalence. Showing now at the Cardi Gallery in London, Canevari’s retrospective “Self-Portrait / Autoritratto” wrestles with his metamorphic practice, developed over the last thirty years.
The Royal Academy of Arts to open David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020 comprising a new body of work created by David Hockney RA during a period of intense activity at his home in Normandy charting the unfolding and progression of Spring.
Tate has announced that all four of its galleries will reopen from 17th May 2021 with a host of new… Read More
Carl Kostyál Gallery|Hospitalet in collaboration with Gullringsbo Konstsamling, Stockholm is now open. The inaugural exhibition is a comprehensive survey of contemporary painting entitled Stockholm Sessions.
Carroll Dunham | Albert Oehlen, a joint exhibition of paintings that explores the stylistic diversity of two of the most innovative painters of our time.
Carroll Dunham | Albert Oehlen is a joint exhibition of paintings that explores the stylistic diversity of two of the most innovative painters of our time.
Tom Howse Interview – “If my only goal was to paint happy cats and pretty plants, I would have achieved that goal years ago”
London based artist Tom Howse recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss his interest in prehistoric plant species, his life-sized paintings, his affinity for folk art and outsider art, and his current solo exhibition ‘Moonwort Gorge Replica’ at Lychee One
Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty is the first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet in over 50 years
Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty is the first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985) in over 50 years
5 exhibitions to see in the early weeks of May.
Gretchen Andrew’s most recent exhibition “Other Forms of Travel” is a playful testament to the power of art in the… Read More
Damien Hirst’s famous ‘Cain and Abel’ stars in Meat The Future a challenging new exhibition at Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Meat The Future presents cutting-edge research on the environmental and health impacts of eating meat, and offers visitors a variety… Read More
In her second solo exhibition at V.O Curations, London-based Lebanese artist Nour el Saleh presents a group of six new paintings alongside, for the first time, a miniature three-dimensional sculpted painting. Titled Where the Grass is Synthetic, this new body of work sits somewhere between real and dream worlds, employing the theatre as allegory, and as a character in and of herself.
Offline or online this week’s top 5 has you covered either way.
ClampArt (247 W 29th St.) presents Soft Powers, a new exhibition of photographs by Joseph Desler Costa, exploring the ability to attract and co-opt through popular media, algorithms, and advertising campaigns.