Gagosian is to show Gerhard Richter’s Cage paintings (2006) in Los Angeles and New York. The presentation follows their inclusion, as a cornerstone, in the artist’s retrospective, Gerhard Richter: Painting After All at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York earlier this year
Opening Thursday 18th June, and curated by Lawrence Van Hagen, WHAT’S UP TWENTY TWENTY is an exhibition and art sale for our time, one that challenges the physical exhibition space as we know it and releases viewers from the confines of one gallery in one location.
With the art world in a frenzy state this week due to the opening of one the three most important… Read More
Gerhard Richter: Colour Charts is an exhibition of paintings selected from the artist’s original nineteen Colour Charts produced in 1966.
Gerhard Richter, Arvo Pärt, Björk, Ed Atkins, FKA twigs, Douglas Gordon, Hélène Grimaud, Charlotte Rampling, Nico Muhly, Paris Opera Ballet, Wayne McGregor, Olafur Eliasson, Jamie xx, Maxine Peake, Antony, Justin Fletcher, Arca, Invisible Dot Ltd, Damon Albarn, Rufus Norris.
This remarkable project, several years in the making, brings together two of the world’s most influential and enduring cultural figures: artist Gerhard Richter and composer Arvo Pärt.
GO SEE: A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense A Portrait of Robert Fraser, Curated by Brian Clarke @PACEGallery London
There is a great eclectic exhibition at Pace London titled ‘A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense’that takes as inspiration the character and career of celebrated art dealer and pioneer, Robert Fraser, curated by Brian Clarke.
This week’s top 5 features taxidermy, animatronics, chickens, a major new gallery and emerging art.
In November 2011, Jerry Saltz announced on his Facebook page that he would pay anyone $155 to make him a fake Richter, Ryman, Flavin, Fontana, Duchamp, Hirst, Guyton, or Agnes Martin.
October 14th – December 20th, 2014 Marian Goodman Gallery 5-8 Lower John Street London W1F 9DY Marian Goodman exhibiting new… Read More
Tonight Group Show/Summer party @BlainSouthern
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.