One of the strongest feminist voices to emerge from Africa over the past 30 years, Everlyn Nicodemus’ life has been marked by movement: herself part of a moving diaspora which she both writes and paints about.
Ruppersberg’s wide-ranging practice is unified by his regular use of everyday American culture, including books, posters, newspapers and magazines, records, old films, and other vintage objects drawn from his extensive collections of source material.
From 8 April to 29 July 2021, the gallery will present a thematic programme of art and ideas that explores alternative ways of thinking about the world, centred around the theme of Water/Fluidity, in reference to the subjects explored in “Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy”.
In line with the latest government guidelines, commercial galleries in London will be reopening from Monday 12 April, with museums and public institutions due to welcome back visitors from 17 May 2021.
One of Basquiat’s most forceful visual challenges to the Western art establishment, the artwork will star in the Contemporary Art Evening Auction in New York on 12 May, where it will be offered with an estimate of $35-50 million.
Drawing loosely upon a tradition of contemporary mystical realism, Chambers creates paintings that immediately reference literary narratives cited in books, various mythologies and Black history, both in its oral tradition and written account.
Nurtured by everyday experiences, and poets such as Christophe Tarkos, Charles Pennequin and Nathalie Quintane, Anne Le Troter’s praxis has developed out of the recording and editing of collected words.
In the past eighteen months, Waddington has played a pivotal role in the new representation of artists Honor Titus and Chris Martin, and will continue to develop the gallery’s expanding curatorial program and roster of artists and estates.
Born in New York City in 1964, Simmons has achieved wide acclaim over the past three decades for a profound and energetic practice that explores notions of race, class, social stereotypes, and politics through painting, sculpture, sound, and architectural environments.
The sale will comprise three paintings and eight works on paper which have never been exhibited publicly, gifted by Kusuma to Dr Teruo Hirose, her lifelong friend and doctor whom she consulted in her early years in New York in the 1960s.
Join the Serpentine on Wednesday 31 March at 7pm BST for a unique virtual event celebrating visionary photographer James Barnor’s practice and his influence on generations of artists, looking forward to his major survey show at the gallery later this year.
Published by Hamiltons to accompany the gallery’s eponymous exhibition, the limited-edition book features 33 duotone plates and essays by Newton’s personal friend and renowned photography specialist Philippe Garner, and The Irving Penn Foundation’s Vasilios Zatse.
Taking place every Thursday from 25 March to 15 April 2021, the gallery will host one of the four artists presented in “Curtain Twitching” – Adam de Boer, Khaleb Brooks, Max Prus & Niyaz Najafov – with each one discussing the processes and motivations for their works.
Fascinated with the malleable nature of materials, and the architectural historical practice of spolia as a potent counter force to inherited personal and cultural determinism, Entwistle’s broader project is a continued dialogue and dismantling of the archive of her late grandfather and fellow architect, Clive Entwistle.
Pierre’s works continue the art-historical tradition of portraying encounters between the earthly and the otherworldly, extending this lineage of image-making by injecting the conventions of her discipline with ephemerality and ambiguity.
Associated with Burri and Fontana at the beginning of his career, Simeti developed his own unique research and practice, with exhibitions at Galerie M Bochum, Germany, the Bettina Gallery, Switzerland and, notably in 1965, Lucio Fontana’s Studio alongside the ZERO avant-garde group including Manzoni, Castellani, and Bonalumi.