In the most recent of his initiatives to encourage the work of today’s artists, deepen the connection between contemporary art and the past, and make art more widely accessible to the public, philanthropist Nicolas Berggruen today announced the creation of Berggruen Arts & Culture
Visiting the Roman Forum in late spring several years ago remains one of the most important cultural moments I’ve ever… Read More
Guts Gallery has announced another ambitious Instagram exhibition ‘Begin Again’. Showcasing the newest generation of artists and supporting the Free Black University.
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.
Xavier Hufkens is to present a new series of assemblages by Sterling Ruby for the inaugural exhibition at their Van Eyck location in Brussels.
Gagosian presents Broadcast: Alternate Meanings in Film and Video, an online exhibition of artists’ films and videos viewable exclusively on gagosian.com.
ICA/Boston presents the first comprehensive museum survey for Sterling Ruby. The exhibition features more than 70 works that demonstrate the relationship between material transformation in Ruby’s practice and the rapid evolution of culture, institutions, and labor.
Saint Laurent Rive Droite Paris brings together photographs, artworks and sculptures for a new exhibition Dark Shadows curated by Anthony Vaccarello.
Frieze London – the more contemporary half of the fair – seemed in good health this year. Here are seven works that interested me. We start uncomfortably:
There’s a lot going on in London next week but here is our choice of 13 exhibitions you have to try and catch hopefully we will bump into when we are out and about.
Sterling Ruby to open new exhibition at Gagosian Britannia Street during Frieze London. This will be his first solo exhibition with the gallery in London.
Los Angeles based artist Sterling Ruby will be launching a ready-to-wear collection at the upcoming Pitti Uomo no.96 in Florence.
Since the early 2000s, Sterling Ruby has developed an eclectic and uncompromising practice that has mined the triumphs, tragedies, and peculiarities of the American experience across an ever-evolving range of media.
Onanism isn’t the easiest art subject. ‘The Great Masturbator’, 1929, is some way from Dali’s best, even though the practice was close to his heart: it is said that he was an addict who, afflicted by various fears and hang-ups, practiced no other sexual activity.
FAD has been invited over to this years Berlin Art Week from 13-18th September. And here are our top ten things to go and see.
The artists included in this exhibition are the true choice of a young collector – for collectors of his generation.
WORK WEAR: Garment and Textile Archive 2008-2016 presents for the very first time an eight
year survey of the clothing and textile production made by Sterling Ruby.
Paintings, flags, tapestries, ceramics, denim workwear … no wonder artist Sterling Ruby needs a two-acre studio. He talks about growing up on a farm, his manic drive, and being inspired by Henry Rollins’ gym shorts
It’s the western hemisphere’s biggest and most ostentatious art fair, and if you can get past the bling there are gems to be seen, many hailing from Latin America
Londoners currently have a threefold chance to consider the work of the LA-based American artist Sterling Ruby (born 1972).
Thriving, eclectic and exciting, the in-famous American dream lives on within the realm of contemporary art, a notion that is perfectly illustrated within the covers of this large-format, lavishly illustrated, high quality, new publication.
Previously a milk depository, the Dairy Art Centre in London shows the cream of contemporary-art from around the world.