GalleriesNow 16 Apr 2019
 
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special events

Thu 25 Apr
London, performance and Press preview: Annka Kultys Gallery Marc Lee
Paris, performance: Fondation Cartier Nomadic Night. (LA)HORDE: KEEP CALM AND LISTEN TO HARDSTYLE

Fri 26 Apr
New York, talk: Lehmann Maupin Heidi Bucher: The Site of Memory
Paris, talk: Fondation Cartier Night of Uncertainty. L'Entretien Infini, led by Hans Ulrich Obrist
Bruton, tour: Hauser & Wirth Matthew Day Jackson: Pathetic Fallacy & Catherine Goodman: Eve
Bruton, special event: Hauser & Wirth Known and Imagined Landscapes: An evening with Alice Oswald, Rachel Campbell-Johnston and Catherine Goodman

Sat 27 Apr
London, happening: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Power Walk: Constantine Gras
London, talk: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Kay Watson on Hito Steyerl
London, curator tour: Zabludowicz Collection Rachel Rossin: Stalking the Trace with Maitreyi Maheshwari

Sun 28 Apr
London, happening: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Power Walk: The Voice of Domestic Workers
London, talk: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Amal Khalaf and Elizabeth Graham on Hito Steyerl
London, special event: Zabludowicz Collection Invites Artist Presentation: Jake Elwes

Tue 30 Apr
New York, talk: Hauser & Wirth Piero Manzoni: Lines, Materials of His Time 
London, talk: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Amal Khalaf and Elizabeth Graham on Hito Steyerl
London, special event: Zabludowicz Collection Invites Artist Presentation: Jake Elwes


exhibitions opening

Berlin
Blain|Southern, Potsdamer Str.: Bernar Venet: Indeterminacy
two major bodies of works from the last decade by the conceptual artist, including the debut of his Continuous Curve series
FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Jana Gunstheimer: Mœlk
Zilberman Gallery Berlin: Burçak Bingöl: Interrupted Halfway Through

Helsinki
Galerie Forsblom: Tanya Akhmetgalieva: The Poisonous Berries
Galerie Forsblom: Oiva Toikka: Primavera
Galerie Forsblom: Saska Ylätalo: Failure is Cool

London
Annka Kultys Gallery: Marc Lee
a mixed reality installation of recent work by Lee, including interactive works shown for the first time
Bastian: Cy Twombly: Natural History
considered amongst the most significant and influential series in the artist’s oeuvre, the works explore the relationship between natural and human history and our relentless desire to classify, label and categorize the unknown
Delfina Foundation: Asunción Molinos Gordo: Accumulation by Dispossession
an exhibition exploring the inequalities in the global food system
Large Glass: Mark Ruwedel / Cesare Fabbri
Lévy Gorvy London: Un art autre
an insight into the allure of Paris in the 1950s and 60s, a hub of cross-cultural exchange, intellectual activity and artistic re-invention
Olivier Malingue: Abstract or not
interpretations of abstraction from Georges Braque, Willem De Kooning, Jean Dubuffet, Jean Fautrier, Raymond Hains, Alain Jacquet, André Masson, Joan Mitchell, Jean-Paul Riopelle and Maria Helena Vieira da Silva
Tornabuoni Art London: The Unbearable Lightness of Being

London auctions
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
Islamic and Indian Art Tue, 30 Apr (viewing 25-29 Apr)
Sotheby’s London:
20th Century Art: Middle East Tue, 30 Apr (viewing 26-30 Apr)
The Orientalist Sale Tue, 30 Apr (viewing 25-30 Apr)

Los Angeles auctions
Bonhams Los Angeles:
Modern Design | Art Wed, 24 Apr (viewing 19-23 Apr)

New York
Almine Rech New York: De Wain Valentine: Works from 1967 to present.
Valentine incarnates a key moment in the development of the Los Angeles art scene in the 1960s and 1970s (in parallel, and somewhat in opposition to New York-based Minimalism)
David Zwirner 19th St: Josh Smith: Emo Jungle
Di Donna: Surrealism in Mexico
an exhibition that explores the robust creative moment that emerged between 1940 and 1955 as an international community of artists fled World War II in Europe and settled in Mexico
Gagosian West 21st St: Jeff Wall
from his pioneering use in the 1970s of backlit color transparencies to his intricately constructed scenes of enigmatic incidents from daily life, literature, and film, Wall has expanded the definition of the photograph, both as object and illusion
Gagosian West 24th St: Jonas Wood
new paintings and works on paper by the artist whose boldly colored graphic works combine historical references with images of the objects, interiors and people that comprise the fabric of his daily life
Galeria Nara Roesler New York: Berna Reale: While you laugh/Enquanto você ri
in her first exhibition in New York, recent photographs and videos by Berna Reale, centered on Bi, a non-binary character she created
Hales: Sunil Gupta: Christopher Street
over a career spanning four decades, Gupta has remained dedicated to advocating the visibility of queer identity, cultivating a compelling practice which is simultaneously political and deeply personal
Hauser & Wirth 69th St: Soto: Vibrations, 1950 - 1960
the first exhibition to focus on the critical decade in Paris of art history’s leading kinetic artist
Hauser & Wirth West 22nd Street: Lorna Simpson: Darkening
the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery in New York finds Simpson returning to and building upon explorations focused on the nature of representation, identity, gender, race and history
Hauser & Wirth West 22nd Street: Piero Manzoni: Lines, Materials of His Time
two concurrent exhibitions devoted to the seminal figure of postwar Italian Art and progenitor of Conceptualism
Lehmann Maupin W 24 St: Heidi Bucher: The Site of Memory
Bucher’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, and her first since the landmark survey at London’s Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art
Lévy Gorvy: Warhol Women
an exhibition devoted exclusively to Andy Warhol’s portraits of women from the early 1960s through the 1980s
Lisson Gallery, New York: Sean Scully: PAN
spanning both Lisson New York spaces, the exhibition features new paintings, large-scale sculpture and works on paper at 24th Street and a focus on the artist’s long-standing, but lesser known relationship to figuration at 10th Avenue
Nancy Hoffman Gallery: Michael Gregory: November’s Guest
Perrotin: John Henderson: Model
Henderson’s work insists on alternate - abductive - logics, one where that which is built anticipates being unbuilt and any declaration is coexistent with its amendment
Perrotin: Claude Rutault: de-finitions/methods from the 70s
a collection of four historical works marking the artist’s second show at Perrotin New York and his fifth with the gallery
Perrotin: Paola Pivi: We are the baby gang
seventy baby polar bears frolic, play, fight, nap and explore the top floor of the gallery’s New York space

New York auctions
Bonhams New York:
19th Century European Paintings Tue, 30 Apr (viewing 24-29 Apr)

Siena
Galleria Continua San Gimignano: Michelangelo Pistoletto & Pascale Marthine Tayou: Una cosa non esclude l'altra
Galleria Continua San Gimignano: Berlinde De Bruyckere
Galleria Continua San Gimignano: Sun Yuan & Peng Yu

Stockholm
Galleri Magnus Karlsson: Thomas Broomé: The Eaters

Vienna
Galerie Meyer Kainer: Dan Graham

Vienna auctions
Dorotheum:
19th Century Paintings Mon, 29 Apr (viewing 20-29 Apr)
Old Master Paintings Tue, 30 Apr (viewing 20-30 Apr)

Zürich
Mai 36 Galerie: Thomas Ruff: tripe & flower.s
two new series of works, shown together for the first time, in which Ruff brings analogue photographic techniques of the 19th and 20th centuries into the digital world of the 21st
Mai 36 Galerie: Jorge Méndez Blake: Dear James
different works and media, all of which comprise the Méndez Blake universe - libraries, books, poetry and architecture


 
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Robert Mangold and Joel Shapiro @ Mignoni
Bygone Empires @ Barakat Gallery
Joe Tilson @ Marlborough Fine Art
Allan Sekula @ Marian Goodman Gallery
Ron Gorchov @ Modern Art
Joan Snyder @ Blain|Southern
Gerwald Rockenschaub @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Post-war and Contemporary Art @ Cardi Gallery
Anthea Hamilton @ Thomas Dane Gallery
Sylvie Fleury @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Hollis Heichemer @ Hollis Taggart
conversation piece @ Paul Stolper
Bill Viola @ Blain|Southern
Channa Horwitz @ Lisson Gallery
Spencer Finch @ Lisson Gallery

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exhibitions closing


London
Achille Salvagni Atelier: Sahara
earthy tones pervade the space, a glowing environment punctuated by drops of orange, amber and blue and dominated by shapes evoking life in the desert
Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road: Tom Lovelace: Interval
Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road: Ken Currie: Red Ground
Gallery FUMI: Sam Orlando Miller: Sentiero dei Viandanti | Path of the Wayfarers
the exhibition pivots around a large sculptural mirror and five satellite works - sculptures that comfortably occupy the intangible space of art that could be functional
Hales: Gladys Nilsson: Unencumbered
Nilsson’s first exhibition with the gallery features recent watercolours and collages, united by the artist’s distinctive style and a good-humoured view of the human condition
Hauser & Wirth Savile Row: Geta Brătescu: The Power of the Line
an important body of work from the past decade when Brătescu focused predominantly on working with the line as a structuring principle
Hauser & Wirth Savile Row: Stefan Brüggemann: HYPER-PALIMPSEST
encompassing sculpture, video, painting and drawing, Brüggemann’s work deploys text in conceptual installations rich with acerbic social critique and a post-pop aesthetic
Ordovas: In the Studio
a major painting by Lucian Freud and unseen photographs of the artist taken during the portrait’s creation
Skarstedt: David Salle: Musicality and Humour
vibrant paintings that showcase Salle’s continued preoccupation with “composition” - the process of establishing the relationships of everything in the painting to everything else
The Gallery of Everything: STUDIES IN VERBERATION [ stop || look || listen ]
a visual investigation into the memory of sound, featuring constructions by the seclusive French maker, ACM, alongside performative line drawings by Frankfurt-based draughtsman, Julius Bockelt
Zabludowicz Collection: Invites: Jake Elwes
a new work which explores the intersection between nature and machine and the interplay between two realities: one generated by human perception and experience, and the other generated by artificial intelligence

Los Angeles
Roberts Projects: Behind Face
by Noah Davis, Michael Dopp, Lenz Geerk, Eberhard Havekost, Titus Kaphar, Forrest Kirk, Adam Pendleton, Celeste Rapone and Betye Saar
Roberts Projects: Spirit Catcher: The Art of Betye Saar
directed by Suzanne Bauman, the 1977 documentary which profiles Saar’s life and work, her fascination with the mystical and the unknown, and her social concerns as an African American woman

Melbourne
Tolarno Galleries: Peter Atkins: The Passengers

Milan
A arte Invernizzi: Niele Toroni
works which enter into a dialogue with the exhibition spaces, and an underlying concept based on the number twenty-five

Mumbai
Chemould Prescott Road: Lavanya Mani: Signs Taken for Wonders

New York
Christine Park Gallery: Vangelis Pliarides: The Bandaged Shoulder
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
Sean Kelly Gallery: Alec Soth: I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating
comprised of recent large-scale color portraits and images of interiors, the exhibition focuses on Soth’s depiction of the individual, posing questions about what these images reveal about both the sitter and the photographer
Sean Kelly Gallery: Kris Martin: ?DO GEESE SEE GOD?
a unique dual exhibition which juxtaposes Martin’s work in both a historic Gothic site of worship - the Saint Bavo’s Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium - and a 21st-century contemporary art gallery
Simon Lee New York: Keiji Uematsu: Invisible Force
new and historical work by the Japanese conceptual artist in his first ever solo presentation in the United States

Paris
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin: Monumental Minimal
over twenty major monumental sculptures and paintings by Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold and Robert Morris
VNH Gallery: Tal R: Pink Road Through Forest
an exhibition based around the pursuit of a spiritual path each one of us needs to find

Rome
T293: Ethan Cook: Bands
a new project presenting a series of recent works marking the evolution of Cook’s artistic production over the past years
T293: Erica Mahinay: Contingent
“the borderland between abstraction and figuration offers a place to explore the boundary between self and other and tenderness for humanity’s condition of shared incompleteness”

Seoul
Kukje Gallery K2: Elmgreen & Dragset: Adaptations
the duo’s first exhibition since joining the gallery is an ambitious presentation comprising approximately twenty new works, and spanning both the K3 and K2 spaces
Kukje Gallery K3: Elmgreen & Dragset: Adaptations 

Shanghai
ShanghART: Ouyang Chun: The Mortals

Vienna
Galerie Krinzinger: Hans Op de Beeck: The Conversation
new sculpted characters, which evince a great sense of recognisability and everydayness in their pose and appearance
Galerie Krinzinger: Werner Reiterer: Draw the line to catch the time
recent works from Reiterer’s series “Drawn Exhibitions”
Galerie Ruberl: Schwerpunkt Arnulf Rainer zum 90. Geburtstag
Hilger Next: Jakob Kirchmayr: Der Geschmack von Erde
mumok: Ernst Caramelle: A Résumé



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