GalleriesNow 16 Apr 2019
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Tue 16 Apr
Zürich, tour: Hauser & Wirth Dieter Roth and Franz West

Wed 17 Apr
New York, special event: Hollis Taggart Meet the artist: Hollis Heichemer

Thu 18 Apr
Paris, performance: Fondation Cartier Nomadic Night. Niño de Elche: Antología del cante flamenco heterodoxo

Sat 20 Apr
Los Angeles, special event: Hauser & Wirth Conversation & Book Launch: Larry Bell on ‘The Los Angeles Tapes’

exhibitions opening

Galerie Max Hetzler: Input / Output: Painting After Technology
artists using digital technology in their artistic process, with works by Glenn Brown, Jeff Elrod, Julian Schnabel, Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, Michael Williams, Christopher Wool and Toby Ziegler
GAO Gallery: Jakob Brugge: 2001 - 2006
kamel mennour, London: Gina Pane
Laure Genillard Gallery: Out of eye
curated by Tony Tremlett, an exhibition of five practices interested in cut-outs, fiction and cognitive estrangement, with Sam Austen, Maria Cozma, Sebastian Jefford, Alex Morrison and Johanna Odersky
Richard Saltoun: Lili Dujourie: Ballade
Dujourie’s her first exhibition with the gallery and her first in London in over twenty years focuses on her relationship with nature, specifically the poetry and art it evokes

London auctions
Bonhams London, Knightsbridge:
Decorative Art & Design Wed, 17 Apr (viewing 14-16 Apr)
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
The Greek Sale Wed, 17 Apr (viewing 14-17 Apr)

New York
Lehmann Maupin W 22 St: Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: Workshop
featuring many of the collective’s most significant series, dealing with issues of race, identity, history and politics, spanning from 1987 to 2016
Michael Werner, Upper East Side: Markus Lüpertz: Dans l’Atelier
over two dozen plaster and wax sculptures completed between 2016 and 2018, together with paintings and works on paper, presenting viewers with an intimate look at Lüpertz’s conceptual process
Mnuchin Gallery: De Kooning: Five Decades
the gallery’s most ambitious de Kooning exhibition highlights key moments from every decade of the artist’s mature career, underscoring the tireless experimentation and stylistic reinvention that defined his oeuvre

Almine Rech Gallery: Kenneth Noland
an important survey exhibition of rarely-shown paintings realized between 1960 and 2006
Galerie Chantal Crousel: Hassan Khan: Sentences for a New Order
“This is only an exhibition. It feels a bit different to me than most of my previous exhibitions. Because it is, frankly, a risk.” - Hassan Khan
Galerie Chantal Crousel: Jean-Luc Moulène: La Vigie (extraits), Paris, 2004-2011 / Plant, Paris, 2002 / Contre-ciel, Paris, été 2005 / La victoire de Bercy, Paris, mai 2007 / Stomac, San Rafael-Tlaquepaque, 2018
299 color and black and white photographs chronicle a plant’s evolving appearance over seven years and the quotidian incidents in the surrounding area of the French Ministry for the Economy, where it grows
kamel mennour, avenue Matignon: Robin Rhode: The Broken Wall
kamel mennour, r. du Pont de Lodi: Caravaggio "Judith and Holofernes" / Daniel Buren "Pyramidal, haut-relief - A5, travail in situ"
Caravaggio’s exceptional painting, presented for the first time in France, together with Buren’s site-specific work
kamel mennour, r. Saint-André des arts: Bertrand Lavier
MEP - Maison Européenne de la Photographie: Yingguang Guo: The Bliss of Conformity
combining photography, video, installation and a book, Yingguang Guo focuses on the status of women through the practice of arranged marriage

Paris auctions
Sotheby’s Paris:
Sylvain Lévy-Alban : Rive Droite / Rive Gauche Wed, 17 Apr (viewing 12-16 Apr)

Rio de Janeiro
Galeria Nara Roesler Rio de Janeiro: Philippe Decrauzat: Circulation
a solo show, curated by Matthieu Poirier and on view at both the gallery’s São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro spaces - by the newest artist represented by the gallery

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Sylvie Fleury @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac · Tal R @ VNH Gallery · Channa Horwitz @ Lisson Gallery · Hollis Heichemer @ Hollis Taggart · conversation piece @ Paul Stolper · Spencer Finch @ Lisson Gallery · Threading Spaces @ Repetto Gallery · Rosalind Nashashibi @ GRIMM · Angel Otero @ Lehmann Maupin · Hanns Schimansky @ Jeanne Bucher Jaeger · Sahara @ Achille Salvagni Atelier · Vangelis Pliarides @ Christine Park Gallery · Kris Martin @ Sean Kelly Gallery · Alec Soth @ Sean Kelly Gallery

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exhibitions closing

Annely Juda Fine Art: Alan Reynolds: A Small Retrospective: Works from 1951-2014
a retrospective of works showing the artist’s journey from early figurative landscapes and later abstract paintings to white reliefs
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Sprovieri: Eric Wesley: Reputation
Wesley’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, in collaboration with Galleria Fonti, Naples, presents pictures of the artist, sourced from LA, e-mailed to China, painted in oils and then shipped to Italy to be refined before travelling to the gallery
Tornabuoni Art London: Francesca Pasquali
Pasquali is influenced by the heritage of the Arte Povera movement to repurpose mundane objects such as drinking straws and elastic bands, cobweb dusters and broom bristles

New York
Almine Rech New York: Joe Andoe: Jubilee City
“you might say that Andoe has fused post-modern figuration with views rooted in the Old West. His paintings can evoke the days when cowboys and their loyal horses flashed across the big screen at the drive-in” - Deborah Solomon
David Zwirner East 69th St: Sherrie Levine: After Reinhardt
Eva Presenhuber: Verne Dawson: Paintings
through their reflection of myth, nature and the evolution of humankind, Dawson’s paintings open up enormous spans of time, linking the development of civilization to the cosmos
Fergus McCaffrey: In Light of Shade
this exhibition brings together a group of seven women who mine and explore the areas of indeterminacy between representation and abstraction, vision and blindness, light and shade
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
Galerie Buchholz: Vista View
GRIMM: Rosalind Nashashibi
the first solo exhibition at the gallery of this London-based filmmaker and artist whose practice incorporates painting, printmaking and photography
Hales: Andrea Geyer: On This Day
the premier of two of Geyer’s most recent works: the multi-media installation “Feeding the Ghost” and the series of silkscreens “On this day”
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
Lehmann Maupin W 24 St: Angel Otero: Milagros
the New York-based artist debuts a series of recent, large-scale tapestry-like oil paintings that hang entirely free from a stretcher bar
Leila Heller Gallery: Inaugural Exhibition
Lisson Gallery, New York: Julian Opie
Opie’s first solo gallery exhibition in New York City - a new body of work focused on both individual head and full-length group portraits
Lisson Gallery, New York: Antonio Calderara: The Double
the first ever solo exhibition in a New York gallery of post-war Italian Modernist painter Antonio Calderara spans the painter’s transition away from the official style of 1940s figuration towards his own unique mode of lyrical abstraction
Luxembourg & Dayan New York: Derrick Adams: Interior Life
Nancy Hoffman Gallery: Judy Fox: Garden
Skarstedt 79th St: At First Glance: Fischl Sculptures and Salle Photographs
Salle’s dramatic use of light, shadow, and the female nude, as well as Fischl’s Rodin-esque approach to texture and the human body, compel the viewer to glance, over and over again, in an effort to decipher the fluid boundaries between form and content

BERG Contemporary: Bjarni H. Þórarinsson: Wide Spectrum
more than a hundred works that have never been exhibited before providing an introduction to Bjarni’s ideas and his artistic expression

Galleri Magnus Karlsson: Bella Rune: XYZ

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”

Mai 36 Galerie: Pedro Cabrita Reis
in a singularly poetic discourse the artist explores the medium of sculpture, using constructive processes to recycle simple materials in ways that grasp anonymous memories of the past and reposition them
Mai 36 Galerie: Flavio Garciandía: 10 years (2009 - 2019)
a unique opportunity to admire the creative developments of a decade and the transition to a thoroughly mature, liberated and quite phenomenal oeuvre

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