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Tue 27 Aug
Humlebæk special event: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Screening of Generation Wealth

Wed 28 Aug
London happening: Hayward Gallery There’s Only One Peach with the Hole in the Middle

Thu 29 Aug
London special event: Hayward Gallery Violet Nights x Brainchild: Reimagining Grief
Vienna happening: Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer Chopstick Challenge Championship 2019

Fri 30 Aug
London special event: South London Gallery Talk Show: Liz Johnson Artur, Tamar Clarke-Brown, Zezi Ifore, Miss Jason

Sat 31 Aug
London performance: South London Gallery Kobby Adi & Theatre Peckham

Sun 01 Sep
Humlebæk special event: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Screening of Generation Wealth

Tue 03 Sep
London performance: Blain|Southern Between the Tao by Qin Feng


exhibitions opening


London
David Zwirner, London: Jasmine Thomas-Girvan & Chris Ofili: Affinities
the first in a series of collaborations between gallery artists and artists whose work has inspired them features paintings by Ofili and sculptural works by Thomas-Girvan
Hayward Gallery: Thabiso Sekgala: Here Is Elsewhere
in the HENI Project Space, a free exhibition of the late South African photographer
kamel mennour, London: Marie Bovo: Стансы / Stances
Richard Saltoun: Made Routes: Mapping and Making
curated by acclaimed academic and art historian Tamar Garb, the exhibition brings together the work of the South African artists Vivienne Koorland and Berni Searle
Whitechapel Gallery: Eileen Simpson and Ben White (Open Music Archive): Once Heard Before
working at the intersection of art, music and digital technologies, Simpson and White explore authorship, ownership and distribution in art
Whitechapel Gallery: Sense Sound/Sound Sense. Fluxus Music, Scores & Records in the Luigi Bonotto Collection
works by John Cage, Philip Corner, Dick Higgins, Alison Knowles, George Maciunas, Claes Oldenburg and Yoko Ono investigate Fluxus artists’ interest in music and sound

New York
Halsey McKay Gallery: Hilary Pecis: Adios Verano 
Pecis’ works references the history and medium of painting
Halsey McKay Gallery: Matthew Kirk: Mountain Skin 
in Kirk’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, paintings which exude a rhythmic intensity based in a matrix of mark-making that the artist has developed over the past decade

Paris
Tornabuoni Art: Arnaldo Pomodoro 1955-65
organized in close collaboration with the Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro, the show highlights the years 1955-1965, a pivotal period in the artist’s career

São Paulo
Luciana Brito Galeria: Caio Reisewitz: Cassino

Seoul
Gallery Hyundai: Fred Sandback: Obangsaek

Zürich
Christophe Guye Galerie: Emma Summerton: Landed
Galerie Eva Presenhuber: Jean-Frédéric Schnyder
a series of 26 grouped works each consisting of six small paintings and named for a letter of the alphabet
Kogan Amaro: The visit of Max Bill - Concrete Art in Brazil 
inspired by Max Bill, the exhibition brings together works by important Brazilian Concrete Art artists
Kogan Amaro: The visit of Max Bill - Fernanda Figueiredo
in her latest series of paintings Figueiredo explores Max Bill’s visit to Brazil in 1953 and the decisive influence he exercised on the art scene of the period
Lullin + Ferrari: Sebastian Utzni: 17.71% Confetti


 
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exhibitions closing

Antwerp
Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Ilya/Emilia Kabakov: Unfinished Paintings, Charles Rosenthal
the complete cycle of paintings, created in 1999, showing the room installation of white constructions from the last proposed unfinished exhibition by Kabakov avatar Charles Rosenthal
Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Yuko Nasaka
following the gallery’s 2015 exhibition, this new exhibition attempts to create a journey through Nasaka’s life and varied artistic practice, but decisively stays clear from offering a retrospective of her work

Beijing
Galleria Continua Beijing: Leila Alaoui: Ya Rayah

Frankfurt
Bernhard Knaus Fine Art: Florian Heinke - LOVECRAFT
the artist’s first exhibition at the gallery presents his paintings inspired by the father of fantastical horror, H.P. Lovecraft

Hong Kong
Massimo De Carlo, Hong Kong: McArthur Binion: New:Work (Hong Kong)
Binion has developed an incredibly complex practice, incorporating interwoven personal memories with historical recollection and his experience of America in the past, by layering paint and personal memorabilia onto large-scale canvases

London
Annely Juda Fine Art: Summer Exhibition
a selection of artworks by gallery artists
Barakat Gallery: Unglazed
eight millennia of ceramic art from around the world, emphasising how diverse cultures have transformed clay into myriad forms for thousands of years
Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road: Her Ground: Women Photographing Landscape
Michael Werner Gallery, Mayfair: James Lee Byars: Works 1974-1994
two seminal works by Byars, based on the symbol of the national flag, which question the nature of the flag, nationalism and conscience
Newport Street Gallery: John Bellany and Alan Davie: Cradle of Magic
spanning four decades, the exhibition demonstrates the importance of Celtic symbolism and imagery to two visionary twentieth-century artists working a generation apart
Simon Lee London: En Plein Air
fifteen artists who reinterpret for a contemporary audience the artistic tradition of painting outdoors
South London Gallery: Liz Johnson Artur: If You Know the Beginning, The End is No Trouble
for her first solo show in the UK, the Russian-Ghanaian artist presents a new body of work alongside photographs documenting the lives of people from the African diaspora
South London Gallery Fire Station: Susan Cianciolo: GOD LIFE: Modern House on Land Outside Game Table
for her solo show, Cianciolo presents an installation across two floors, inviting visitors into her unique creative world
Whitechapel Gallery: ”la Caixa” Collection of Contemporary Art
guest curator Maria Fusco takes master works from ”la Caixa” Collection of Contemporary Art (est 1985) as inspiration for NINE QWERTY BELLS, the second of four displays from the collection
Whitechapel Gallery: Helen Cammock: Che si può fare
the result of Max Mara Art Prize winner Cammock’s six-month journey across Italy to explore the history of vocal music from 17th century baroque to jazz and blues

New York
Gagosian 976 Madison Avenue: The Fletcher Family: A Lifetime in Surf
commemorating the publication of an eponymous book, artworks from four different series by Herbie Fletcher, alongside an installation of ephemera accumulated from “surfing’s first family”
Galerie Buchholz: Andy Warhol: From “THE HOUSE THAT went to TOWN”
Halsey McKay Gallery: You Haven't Started Wondering about yet...
works by Bernhard Buhmann, Matthew Chambers, Justin Fitzpatrick, Emily Furr, Kristina Lee, Dana Lok, Tracy Thomason, Johannes Vanderbeek and Ryan Wilde - curated by Lauren Marinaro
Halsey McKay Gallery: Ted Gahl: Lamu
works made during Gahl’s stay in Lamu, Kenya at the Tilleard Projects residency
Skarstedt 64th St: Paintings & Sculptures
works by George Condo, Eric Fischl, Fischli & Weiss, Mark Grotjahn, KAWS, Martin Kippenberger, Albert Oehlen, Sigmar Polke, Richard Prince, and Christopher Wool
Skarstedt 79th St: Portraits
paintings, photographs, and sculptures by Georg Baselitz, George Condo, John Currin, Eric Fischl, Martin Kippenberger, Robert Mapplethorpe, Richard Prince, David Salle, Cindy Sherman, and Andy Warhol

Rio de Janeiro
Galeria Nara Roesler Rio de Janeiro: Alexandre Arrechea: Superfícies em Conflito
the Cuban artist creates masks linking different environments and socio-economic realities into oval frames that resemble abstract faces

Shanghai
Lisson Gallery Shanghai: Ryan Gander: I see you’re making progress
Gander’s second solo show in Shanghai features work in a variety of media, from time-based animation and a holographic piece to free-standing sculptures and portrait paintings
ShanghART: Summer Wind Flirts among Words

Sydney
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Gareth Sansom: It’s Now or Never
new paintings by Sansom - described by Sebastian Smee, art critic for the Washington Post as “one of the most exciting painters anywhere in the world at present”
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Caroline Rothwell: Splice
sculptures that border on the surreal and the anthropomorphic pose questions regarding the control of nature and our compulsion to master natural forces

Vienna
Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer: Ted Green & Sven Jirka: Der springende Punkt
an exhibition portraying the dialogue between two artists focussing on a specific, memorable and nostalgic object - the Bouncy Ball
Galerie Meyer Kainer: Dan Graham
Graham is one of those who wrote the story of contemporary art in the second half of the 20th century, his multifarious practice shaping generations of artists
Galerie Meyer Kainer: Min Yoon
for his first solo presentation at the gallery the South Korean artist uses and subverts the spatial structures of the room
Krinzinger Projekte: Angelika Krinzinger: Im Detail
works from the last two decades chronicling Krinzinger’s extensive photographic investigations of surface and structure

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