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GalleriesNow 12 Mar 2019
Sean Kelly Gallery Modern Art Massimo De Carlo Galerie Eva Presenhuber
New Art Centre Galeria Nara Roesler Serpentine Sackler Gallery Axel Vervoordt Gallery

special events

Tue 12 Mar
Vienna, film screening and talk: Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz Heinz Frank

Wed 13 Mar
London, talk: Lyndsey Ingram Georgie Hopton in conversation with Louisa Buck

Thu 14 Mar
New York, talk: Hauser & Wirth Making and Being: When Projects Depart

Fri 15 Mar
London, special event: Serpentine Sackler Gallery A Time for New Dreams: Eating At the Same Table Reading Group

Sat 16 Mar
London, talk: Modern Art Helmet Row Linder in conversation with Louisa Buck
London, talk: Serpentine Gallery Unwritten Handbook: Jasleen Kaur

Sun 17 Mar
Vienna, tour: Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier Between reality and reproduction
London, special event: Drawing Room Ubu in Freefall

Mon 18 Mar
London, panel discussion: Hauser & Wirth with Jenni Lomax, Marian Ivan and Klara Kemp-Welch
London, panel discussion: Alan Cristea Gallery Protest and Remembrance

Tue 19 Mar
New York, talk: Hauser & Wirth Parallax: Poetic Visions

exhibitions opening

Axel Vervoordt Gallery: The Crime of Adolf Loos
a large group show curated by the English curator, writer and advisor Alistair Hicks referencing Loos’ 1908 essay “Ornament and Crime”
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

Alison Jacques Gallery: An Unlikely Friendship: John Wesley in conversation with Donald Judd
the first in a series of exhibitions focusing on close and often overlooked friendships between seminal artists pairs a group of Wesley’s painting from 1983-1990 with four key Donald Judd sculptures
Annka Kultys Gallery: Dominic Dispirito: Pie 'n' Mash
new paintings by the British artist
Cardi Gallery, London: Tribute to Mono-Ha
seminal works by Koji Enokura, Noriyuki Haraguchi, Susumu Koshimizu, Lee Ufan, Katsuhiko Narita, Nobuo Sekine, Kishio Suga, Jiro Takamatsu, Noboru Takayama and Katsuro Yoshida
Lisson Gallery: Spencer Finch: No Ordinary Blue
compelled by what he describes as “the impossible desire to see oneself seeing”, Finch holds up a prism between the outer world and inner thought
Lisson Gallery: Channa Horwitz
Horwitz’ visually complex and systematic works represent motion across time through structured, linear progressions
Marian Goodman Gallery: Allan Sekula: Photography, A Wonderfully Inadequate Medium
a selection of significant works by the late American artist, curated by Marie Muracciole, highlighting the formal and conceptual links between different periods of the artist’s practice, including photography, film and criticism
Mazzoleni: Mazzoleni at TEFAF Maastricht 2019
Mazzoleni presents works by major Post-War Italian artists with a focus on the Art Informel and European gestural abstraction
Tornabuoni Art London: Francesca Pasquali

London auctions
Bonhams London, Knightsbridge:
Modern British and Irish Art Tue, 19 Mar (viewing 17-19 Mar)

Los Angeles
Roberts Projects: Behind Face
works by Noah Davis, 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

Thomas Dane Gallery, Naples: Cecily Brown: We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea
Brown’s first exhibition at the gallery’s Naples space apprehends the past, returning to the limits and possibilities for painting to maintain critical anchorage over the political

New York
Gagosian 976 Madison Avenue: Helen Marden: Tivoli
in Marden’s hands, paint, resin and objects intertwine, revealing her conviction that painting can capture pure, condensed energy
Gagosian Madison Avenue: Harmony Korine: Young Twitchy
“the works were re-created in oil paint on canvas from images I constructed on my iPhone. I usually took these photographs around my home in Florida, and then painted over them with different characters” - Harmony Korine
Hollis Taggart: Norman Bluhm: The ‘70s
from the Abstract Expressionist painter’s early richly-layered canvases to his more structured and vibrant later works, Bluhm’s paintings are recognized for their compelling evocations of movement and energy
Nahmad Contemporary: Jean-Michel Basquiat | Xerox
curated by Dieter Buchhart, the first concentrated examination of the extraordinary body of work that Basquiat created using Xerox photocopies as his principal medium and compositional focal point
Nancy Hoffman Gallery: Judy Fox: Garden

New York auctions
Bonhams New York:
Chinese Works of Art Mon, 18 Mar (viewing 14-17 Mar)
Indian, Himalayan & Southeast Asian Art Tue, 19 Mar (viewing 14-19 Mar)
Sotheby’s New York:
Modern & Contemporary South Asian Art Mon, 18 Mar (viewing 13-17 Mar)
Junkunc: Arts of Ancient China Tue, 19 Mar (viewing 14-18 Mar)

Galerie Bernard Bouche: Luciano Fabro - Carlo Guaita - John Murphy - Gianni Caravaggio
Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, St Germain: Atmo(Sphères)
a show on the theme of the sphere with paper constellations between Earth and Heaven, with works by artists including Youla Chapoval, Max Ernst, Fernand Léger, Joan Miró, Rui Moreira, Hans Reichel, Hanns Schimansky, Susumu Shingu, Árpád Szenes and Mark Tobey
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

Paris auctions
Sotheby’s Paris:
Collection Marianne et Pierre Nahon Tue, 19 Mar (viewing 14-19 Mar)

ShanghART: Ouyang Chun: The Mortals

St. Moritz
Robilant + Voena, St Moritz: Aldo Mondino: Tappeti

Galerie Krinzinger: Hans Op de Beeck: The Conversation
new sculpted characters, with 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 Meyer Kainer: Ulrike Müller: Container Contained

Hauser & Wirth Zürich: Dieter Roth and Franz West
this joint exhibition of two modern masters marks the first time these creative pioneers have been exhibited together in this context, exploring their similarities and juxtaposing their artistic processes to present their practice in a new light

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Günther Förg @ Hauser & Wirth
Closer: Intimacy in Art across Cultures @ Barakat Gallery
R. Crumb @ David Zwirner
Equilibrium. An Idea for Italian Sculpture @ Mazzoleni
Alastair Mackinven and Behrang Karimi @ Maureen Paley
Hyon Gyon @ Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art
Katia Santibañez @ Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art
Victor Pasmore @ Marlborough Fine Art
Art of Defiance: Radical Materials @ Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
Etel Adnan @ Alan Cristea Gallery
Protest and Remembrance @ Alan Cristea Gallery
House of the Sleeping Beauties @ Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery
Post-War and Contemporary Highlights @ Mnuchin Gallery
Dexter Dalwood @ Simon Lee
Zao Wou-Ki @ kamel mennour 

exhibitions closing

Galerie Forsblom: Marjatta Tapiola: Paintings
Galerie Forsblom: Jesper Nyrén: Compilation
Galerie Forsblom: Jenni Rope: Suhina

Hong Kong
Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Hong Kong: Michel Mouffe
shown for the first time, a series of drawings made over the last decade balancing architectural construction from within the canvas to explore concepts of time, space-creation, being and spirituality
Massimo De Carlo, Hong Kong: Matthew Wong: Day by Night
Wong’s practice encompasses both oil paintings and gouaches, unfolding daily as a sustained and open-ended meditation on the act of painting

Delfina Foundation: Power play
a major group exhibition across two London venues which explores the power dynamics at play in relationships between individuals, institutions and the state
l’étrangère: Bo┼╝enna Biskupska: Epiphany of Time
the first exhibition in the UK of work by the Polish artist, the exhibition showcases Biskupska’s ongoing series of paintings, many shown here for the first time
Modern Art Helmet Row: Linder: Ever Standing Apart From Everything
new and previously unseen photomontage works by Linder as well as a series inspired by Ithel Colquhoun’s “Mantic Stain” technique
Serpentine Sackler Gallery: Grace Wales Bonner: A Time for New Dreams
Wales Bonner’s first multidisciplinary show in an institutional space continues the Serpentine’s engagement with her practice, following the artist’s participation in the 2015 Transformation Marathon

Tolarno Galleries: Brook Andrew: La Razza: Quiet Noise

Massimo De Carlo, Milan / Belgioioso: Luigi Ontani: Albericus Belgioiosiae Auroborus
a sculptural exploration of identity that combines heraldic iconography with the hypertrophic imagination of the artist

New York
Acquavella Galleries: The Path of Modernism: From Impressionism to Today
Sean Kelly Gallery: Candida Höfer - In Mexico
internationally recognized for her meticulously composed, large-scale color images of architectural interiors, Höfer traveled to Mexico in 2015 to make this body of work as part of the cultural exchange program Mexico-Germany Dual Year

T293: Cuoghi Corsello: MCCC
finding pieces, putting them together, giving them a new life, collecting waste and creating various settings for it - all these have always been essential and necessary for the poetics of the artist

New Art Centre: Charlotte Verity: the seasons ebb
“In these paintings by Charlotte Verity the seasons’ ebb is marked. They are a calendar; a series of poems tracing one full moment and then another” - Edmund de Waal
New Art Centre: John Hubbard: Black & White paintings
seven black and white oils on canvas made between 1958 and 1965 which have rarely been seen before
New Art Centre: Kenneth Armitage: The Richmond Oaks
sculpture and works on paper which explore the sculptural potential of trees, specifically the ancient oaks he found in Richmond Park

São Paulo
Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo: Angelo Venosa: Penumbra
works produced in materials including bronze, wood, fabric and fiberglass, exploring full and empty areas and creating shapes that acquire unexpected plasticity

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Linda Marrinon
works by the artist recently awarded the Macfarlane Prize
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Lorraine Connelly-Northey: Narrbong-galang
Connelly-Northey’s first solo exhibition at the gallery in Sydney

Galerie Eva Presenhuber: NO THING: Pope.L, Adam Pendleton
an exhibition of recent works by the two multidisciplinary artists

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