ANIMALITY examines how an artistic and theoretical impetus might be formed that challenges the way we think about beings that are not of our own species.
This is Gabriel Orozco first exhibition since his 2011 retrospective at Tate Modern. He will present new paintings, scrolls, sculptures, drawings and photographs made over the last year in Japan and Mexico.
Pace London’s summer group show is curated around the theme of food. Flavoured with humour and a pinch of salt, the theme is a blatant response to the explosion of food imagery in social media, television and publishing.
The exhibition commences on the 100th anniversary of the Armory Show, Sunday, February 17th, with a 1913 Armory Show Centennial Event
Major Exhibition Featuring Over Seventy-Five Artists Examines Works Made or Exhibited in New York City Twenty Years Ago
Plus Steve McQueen gets a major retrospective – but you’ll have to go to Switzerland to see it
WIN: Freedom not Genius – Works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection we have TEN copies for you to WIN.
WIN: About Freedom Not Genius a book about Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection.
Inspired by the work of Keith Arnatt and Gabriel Orozco,this exhibition aims to obscure the intersection between photographs of observed reality and artistically altered reality.
Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action Group Show at White Cube Private View Wednesday 7th July 2010
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The Museum of Modern Art presents the first major museum retrospective of the artist Gabriel Orozco (Mexican, b. 1962), who… Read More