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GalleriesNow 26 Mar 2019
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special events this week

Tue 26 Mar
Hong Kong, panel discussion: Hauser & Wirth Louise Bourgeois. My Own Voice Wakes Me Up

Wed 27 Mar
New York, in conversation: International Center of Photography (ICP) Museum For Freedoms with Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman

Thu 28 Mar
London, curator’s tour: The Photographers' Gallery Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2019

Fri 29 Mar
Hong Kong, screening : Hauser & Wirth Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress, and the Tangerine

Sat 30 Mar
London, artist talk: The Photographers' Gallery Arwed Messmer with Gerry Badger
New York, tour: David Zwirner The Young and Evil with Jarrett Earnest
New York, closing reception: David Richard Gallery Mark Dagley: Neo Op
London, talk: Serpentine Gallery Natalia Grabowska on Emma Kunz

Sun 31 Mar
London, special event: Serpentine Gallery AION A: A Workshop on Emma Kunz's Healing Practice

Mon 01 Apr
New York, talk: International Center of Photography (ICP) Museum Dismantling the Gaze: Jess T. Dugan

exhibitions opening

Hong Kong
David Zwirner, Hong Kong: Neo Rauch: Propaganda
Hauser & Wirth Hong Kong: Louise Bourgeois: My Own Voice Wakes Me Up
Jerry Gorovoy curates the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong of the renowned artist - with work from the final two decades of Bourgeois’ life, including fabric sculptures, hand poses, experimental large-format prints and rarely exhibited holograms
Lévy Gorvy Hong Kong: Return to Nature (Zao Xue Han Zhang)
the inaugural exhibition at the new 2,500-square-foot Lévy Gorvy space in Hong Kong offers a lineage of Eastern and Western artists whose practices look to the natural world for cohesion and clarity
Massimo De Carlo, Hong Kong: Elmgreen & Dragset: Overheated
Simon Lee Hong Kong: Heimo Zobernig
a series of new paintings by the Austrian artist in his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong

Hong Kong auctions
Bonhams Hong Kong:
Ritual + Culture: Fine Southeast Asian Arts Fri, 29 Mar (viewing 26-29 Mar)
Sotheby’s Hong Kong:
Modern Art Evening Sale Sun, 31 Mar (viewing 29-31 Mar)
Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art Mon, 1 Apr (viewing 29-31 Mar)
Contemporary Art Mon, 1 Apr (viewing 29-31 Mar)
Modern Art Mon, 1 Apr (viewing 29-31 Mar)
NIGOLDENEYE® Vol. 1 Mon, 1 Apr (viewing 29 Mar-1 Apr)
Contemporary Art Evening Sale Mon, 1 Apr (viewing 29 Mar-1 Apr)
Fine Chinese Paintings Tue, 2 Apr (viewing 29 Mar-1 Apr)
Curiosity V Tue, 2 Apr (viewing 29 Mar-1 Apr)

Blain|Southern, Hanover Sq: Bill Viola: Intimate Works
small-screen works in an intimate context to reflect on the complex details of human relations and our attachment to the material world
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac: Gerwald Rockenschaub: ROMANTIC / ECLECTIC (REMODELLED CAROUSEL EDIT)
Rockenschaub’s debut UK exhibition provides an immersive approach to examining perception, using visual codes and interventions of space and depth to explore our innate desire for order
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac: Sylvie Fleury: Hypnotic Poison
works from three of Fleury’s most significant series in the first solo exhibition of the artist’s work in London since the 1990s
Mazzoleni: Mazzoleni at Art Basel Hong Kong 2019
Mazzoleni presents works by Alberto Burri, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Giorgio de Chirico, Lucio Fontana, Hans Hartung, Pablo Picasso, Tom Wesselmann, Andy Warhol and Gianfranco Zappettini
Michael Werner Gallery, Mayfair: Florian Krewer: Car Park Godiva
the artist’s first solo exhibition in London shows him grounded in the autobiographical yet free from an overt narrative and eluding one-dimensional reading
Repetto Gallery: Threading Spaces
more than twenty artworks by Nedda Guidi, Elisabetta Gut, Maria Lai and Franca Sonnino, who all worked in Rome during the 70s and 80s
Rose Lipman Building: Looking At You: A show of contemporary painting

London auctions
Sotheby’s London:
Modern & Contemporary African Art Tue, 2 Apr (viewing 29 Mar-2 Apr)

Cortesi Gallery, Milan: Zagreb Calling: Ivan Picelj, Vjenceslav Richter and Julije Knifer
more than forty pictorial, sculptural and graphic works in an exhibition dedicated to three artists of the 60s and 70s

New York
Halsey McKay Gallery: Smile
curated by Todd von Ammon, examining the smile in a context where sovereignty, economy and sex are all in cognitive conflict with the chicanery and waste of the political economy and threat they pose to the survival of the human species
Halsey McKay Gallery: Augustus Nazzaro: Threshold
a panoramic installation of works, made between 2015 and the present, creating a filmic vignette of moments ripe with both familiarity and mystery
Helwaser Gallery: Anton Ginzburg: VIEWs
Ginzburg’s first solo exhibition inaugurates the gallery’s new location - paintings executed on wooden panels of two distinct sizes, with each work referencing diagrammatic representations of the binocular field of human vision
Timothy Taylor: Leon Kossoff: Everyday London
fifteen drawings selected from the artist’s studio - spanning 60 years, each work exists as a contemporary snapshot, recording the pulse of “everyday London”

Paris auctions
Sotheby’s Paris:
Œuvres sur Papier Thu, 28 Mar (viewing 23-27 Mar)
Art Impressionniste et Moderne Fri, 29 Mar (viewing 23-27 Mar)

Galleria Anna Marra: Maria Elisabetta Novello, Christoph Weber | FRAGILE earth and sky, handle with care
curated by Giorgia Gastaldon, a dialogue between the works of two artists who do not usually work with traditional sculptural materials

São Paulo
Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo: Philippe Decrauzat: Circulation

Vienna auctions
Modern and Contemporary Art Tue, 26 Mar (viewing 13-26 Mar)
Design First Wed, 27 Mar (viewing 19-27 Mar)

Lullin + Ferrari: When the facts change, I change my mind

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new VR views

Piero Manzoni @ Hauser & Wirth
Julian Opie @ Lisson Gallery
Hicham Berrada @ kamel mennour
Zao Wou-Ki @ kamel mennour
Alice Neel @ David Zwirner 
Jörg Immendorff @ Michael Werner 
Tomoo Gokita @ Massimo De Carlo
The Young and Evil @ David Zwirner
Lu Chao @ HdM Gallery
Dominic Dispirito @ Annka Kultys Gallery
Brian Calvin @ Almine Rech Gallery

exhibitions closing

Hong Kong
Bonhams Hong Kong: Richard Lin Show Yu

Alan Cristea Gallery: Protest and Remembrance
works by four women artists - Miriam de Búrca, Joy Gerrard, Mary Griffiths and Barbara Walker - who use drawing to examine elements of protest and/or remembrance through a range of subjects
Alan Cristea Gallery: Etel Adnan: Elsewhere
new works by Adnan in the artist's first solo exhibition of prints in a London gallery
David Gill: Milena Muzquiz: California
Muzquiz’s first exhibition at the gallery relates to pilgrimages through California to the Mexican border and includes ceramic sculptures and large-scale paintings constructed like a series of villages interacting with and contradicting each other
Drawing Room: Drawing Biennial 2019
an exhibition and auction of over 200 unique drawings showcasing the most exciting artists working today
Flowers Gallery, Cork Street: John Kirby: All Passion Spent
Flowers Gallery, Cork Street: William Crozier: Painter-printmaker
Gagosian Davies St: David Bailey: The Sixties
this exhibition documents Bailey’s crucial 1960s period and includes some of his signature images of luminaries of both pop and art
GAO Gallery: Anikó Kuikka: Wednesday 12
Marlborough Fine Art: Victor Pasmore: Space as Motif (Works from 1960-1970)
a unique chance to view works unseen since 1965, including a mural painting on linen that Pasmore created on-site especially for his exhibition at Tate that year
Maureen Paley: Alastair Mackinven and Behrang Karimi
a new exhibition of work by the two artists
Olivier Malingue: Modern and Surreal
with works by Victor Brauner, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Jean Fautrier, Fernand Léger, Roberto Matta, Pablo Picasso and Kees Van Dongen
Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art: Hyon Gyon
known for her intricate and highly expressive works, often like mid-burst manifestations of explosive raw energy, Hyon Gyon combines traditional Korean textiles, Japanese paper and paint together with less conventional materials
Simon Lee London: Dexter Dalwood: What Is Really Happening
Dalwood’s new paintings depict a potent mix of atmosphere and incident, aloneness and portent
Sotheby‘s S|2 Gallery: House of the Sleeping Beauties
touching upon the concepts of the erotic, the body, surrealism, performance and theatricality in art from the 19th century to the present day
Tenderpixel: Eyelids Mirrored Within
The Mayor Gallery: Imre Bak: Works 1967 - 1981
part of the group of young “self-educated” Hungarian contemporary artists from the 1960s, Bak departed from the drab browns and greys of Hungarian realism and was strongly inspired by the vivid palette of Impressionism and the forms of Cubism

New York
Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art: Katia Santibañez: Endless Conversations
David Richard Gallery: Mark Dagley: Neo Op
a comprehensive body of work, begun in 1994 and finished as recently as February of 2019
Hollis Taggart 507 W 27th St: Harry Bertschmann: The 1950s
work from two of Bertschmann’s early series sheds new light on the little-known Abstract Expressionist painter
Jane Lombard Gallery: Squeak Carnwath: Not All Black and White
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery: Art of Defiance: Radical Materials
the exhibition examines the groundbreaking use of materials by artists Hannelore Baron, Mary Bauermeister, Lee Bontecou, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Claire Falkenstein, Nancy Grossman, Louise Nevelson, & Betye Saar

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Marais: Rosemarie Castoro: Wherein Lies the Space
coinciding with what would have been the 80th anniversary of the artist’s birth, the exhibition encompasses all aspects of Castoro’s multi-faceted practice from the mid-sixties to the mid-eighties
kamel mennour, avenue Matignon: Group show
Semiose: Peinture Hard

SpazioA: David Jablonowski: Futures Contract
Jablonowski uses a wide variety of appearances, physical and video works, to make his critical analyses of abstract and complex concepts tactical in his first exhibition with the gallery

Rio de Janeiro
Galeria Nara Roesler Rio de Janeiro: Arquiteturas do Imaginário
a group show based on works that deal with issues related to the perception of the space and address the unfolding of architecture’s expanded field in the collective imaginary

Gallery Hyundai: Yang Jung Uk
new work in the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, unravelling the scenery of everyday life through his own sculptural language

St. Moritz
Hauser & Wirth St. Mortiz: Rashid Johnson: It Never Entered My Mind
paintings, sculptures, and drawings by this renowned contemporary American artist
Robilant + Voena, St Moritz: Aldo Mondino: Tappeti

MAK: Sagmeister & Walsh: Beauty

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