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GalleriesNow 18 Jun 2019
Fergus McCaffrey Eva Presenhuber GRIMM Hales
Sean Kelly Gallery Camden Arts Centre Nicoletti Contemporary Lisson Gallery

special events this week

Tue 18 Jun
London, special event: Hauser & Wirth László Moholy-Nagy: Artist Filmmaker and Bauhaus Teacher

Wed 19 Jun
New York, special event: Hauser & Wirth Artist’s Choice Summer Film Series: ‘Blade Runner’, selected by Jenny Holzer
London, tour: Gagosian Francis Bacon: Couplings Exhibition tour with director and art historian Richard Calvocoressi
London, talk: Camden Arts Centre Hope Wolf
London, performance: Zabludowicz Collection Performance: FlucT
Vienna, special event: Meyer Kainer Presentation of a Special Edition by Gelatin

Thu 20 Jun
Berlin, performance: Blain|Southern An evening of performances, introduced by Bernar Venet at the Pariser Platz in Akademie der Künste, Berlin
London, talk: Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art Artist talk: On Shahrzad and the Eternal Feminine, with artist Sam Samiee
London, talk: Alison Jacques Gallery Graham Little in conversation with Laura Smith, Curator, Whitechapel Gallery
Somerset, talk: Hauser & Wirth Herstory: Anita Taylor
London, talk: Serpentine Gallery Junya Ishigami and Jakob Kudsk Steensen in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist
Hong Kong, special event: Hauser & Wirth Special Screening: Painters Painting

Fri 21 Jun
London, talk: The Photographers’ Gallery Artist Talk: Evan Roth
London, special event: Sprovieri Giorgio Andreotta Calò: Annunciazione Preview & Book Launch

Sat 22 Jun
Geneva, tour: Gagosian Geneva A line (a)round an idea with Johan Nauckhoff
London, performance: Zabludowicz Collection Art Night: A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale Heart, A Reading at The British Library, London
London, tour: Victoria Miro Exhibition walkthrough: Laura Smith, Curator, Whitechapel Gallery, with Caroline Walker
London, talk: Serpentine Gallery Saturday Talks: Natalia Grabowska on Faith Ringgold

Sun 23 Jun
London, tour: Camden Arts Centre Jonathan Baldock Exhibition Tour with Curator Sophie Williamson

Mon 24 Jun
London, special event: Bonhams Bonhams After Hours. An evening of drinks, live art, film and talks
London, special event: The Photographers’ Gallery Film Screening: Goldblatt (dir. Daniel Zimbler 2017) at The Regent Street Cinema
London, talk: Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Panel discussion with Alvaro Barrington, Julia Peyton-Jones and Issy Wood, chaired by Jennifer Higgie

exhibitions opening

Galleria Continua Les Moulins: Pouvoir & Pouvoir

the GalleriesNow 2019 London degree show calendar
Bastian: Ulrich Erben: Paintings
The first London exhibition for over three decades of the German artist widely regarded as one of the masters of colour-field painting.
Bonhams London, New Bond Street: Surfaces
Gagosian Davies St: Ed Ruscha: Eilshemius & Me
In the juxtaposition of Ruscha and Eilshemius’ works, landscape emerges as a set of ideas rather than a dutiful imitations of reality.
Lyndsey Ingram: Ann-Marie James
James’ process-based abstraction is grounded in historical imagery that she distills and manipulates to build new images.
Massimo De Carlo: Jamian Juliano-Villani: Let's Kill Nicole
Omer Tiroche Gallery: ANIMALIA
Through the works of sixteen leading modern and contemporary artists, the exhibition illustrates how animals play a pivotal role in art history.
Repetto Gallery: Giulio Paolini: Works on paper from “Sale d’attesa” series
Twenty five unique works on paper all featuring a detail of Paolini’s Turin studio, concerned with the concept of waiting and its link to the creative process.
Robilant + Voena, London: Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Serpentine Gallery: Serpentine Pavilion 2019 Designed by Junya Ishigami
The Japanese architect, celebrated for his experimental structures that interpret traditional architectural conventions and reflect natural phenomena, has been selected to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2019
Skarstedt: Push | Pull
works by Lucio Fontana, Cady Noland, Richard Prince, Richard Serra, Christopher Wool
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.
Sprovieri: Giorgio Andreotta Calò: Annunciazione
Tintype: Edwina Ashton: Why we got so fat
Renowned for her interest in animals, zoology and our perceptions of nature, Edwina Ashton uses invented creatures to explore awkward sensations and social relations.
Whitechapel Gallery: Helen Cammock: Che si può fare?
The result of Cammock’s six month journey across Italy to explore the history of vocal music, from 17th century baroque to jazz and blues.

London auctions
Bonhams London, Knightsbridge:
Decorative Arts and Contemporary Ceramics Wed, 19 Jun (viewing 16-19 Jun)
Sotheby’s London:
Modern & Post-War British Art Tue, 18 Jun (viewing 14-18 Jun)
Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale Wed, 19 Jun (viewing 14-19 Jun)
Impressionist & Modern Art Day Sale Thu, 20 Jun (viewing 14-19 Jun)

New York
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Almine Rech New York: Farah Atassi: Paintings
The first solo show of Atassi’s paintings at the gallery.
Lehmann Maupin W 22 St: cart, horse, cart
Bringing together the works of thirteen artists who seek to answer the question: “Where does abstraction come from?”
Lehmann Maupin W 24 St: cart, horse, cart
Bringing together the works of thirteen artists who seek to answer the question: “Where does abstraction come from?”
Lévy Gorvy: Visible Traces (Mountain Water Air)
Curating a selection of her own paintings alongside a vast range of other artists' works, Steir asks the question: at what point does an image become abstract?
Nancy Hoffman Gallery: Clay
Perrotin: Them
A group exhibition surveying contemporary, figurative painting that seeks to re-examine the romantic embrace.
Perrotin: Mel Ziegler: Activated Artifacts
Presenting new works alongside pieces created with his late partner Kate Ericson, this is Ziegler’s first solo exhibition for the gallery in New York.

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Marais: Alex Katz: Red Dancers
In this new series of dancers’ portraits, Katz magnifies movement through the radical cropping that characterises his unique style, focusing on isolated parts of the body shown in arrested motion.
Semiose: Sébastien Gouju: Oasis

Paris auctions
Sotheby’s Paris:
Collection Marceau Rivière Tue, 18 Jun (viewing 13-18 Jun)

BERG Contemporary: Cheating the Constant
A group exhibition with Dodda Maggý, Finnbogi Pétursson, Gruppo MID, Iván Navarro, Jitish Kallat, Sirra Sigrún Sigurðardóttir and Steina.

Galleria Anna Marra: Invisibili
Curated by Donatella Mezzotero, the exhibition brings together five gallery artists: Veronica Botticelli, Claudia Peill, Perino & Vele, Daniel Rich and Chiara Valentini.

San Francisco auctions
Bonhams San Francisco:
Fine Asian Works of Art Tue, 25 Jun (viewing 21-24 Jun)
Asian Decorative Works of Art Tue, 25 Jun (viewing 21-24 Jun)

Galerie Meyer Kainer: Min Yoon

Vienna auctions
19th Century Paintings and Watercolours Mon, 24 Jun (viewing 15-24 Jun)

Zürich auctions
Sotheby’s Zürich:
Swiss Art/Swiss Made Tue, 25 Jun (viewing 21-23 Jun)

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Jonas Wood @ Gagosian
Setsuko @ Gagosian
José Antonio Suárez Londoño @ Ordovas
Graham Little @ Alison Jacques Gallery
Wolfgang Tillmans @ Maureen Paley
Lorna Simpson @ Hauser & Wirth
John Knuth @ Hollis Taggart 
Yngve Holen @ Modern Art
Surrealism in Mexico @ Di Donna
Brian Maguire @ Alice Black
Grace Pailthorpe, Reuben Mednikoff @ Camden Arts Centre
Mel Bochner @ Simon Lee
Marilyn Minter @ Simon Lee 
Latifa Echakhch @ kamel mennour
The Unbearable Lightness of Being @ Tornabuoni Art
Michael Raedecker @ GRIMM
Idris Khan @ Sean Kelly Gallery
Signe Pierce @ Annka Kultys Gallery
Anthony Caro @ Annely Juda Fine Art
Un art autre @ Lévy Gorvy

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exhibitions closing

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

Hong Kong
Sotheby’s Hong Kong: Vision of Hong Kong from Two Generations: Yau Leung | Lee Ka-sing

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Pipilotti Rist: Åbn min lysning (Open My Glade)
the first major presentation of the Rist’s work in Scandinavia spans the whole output of the artist’s oeuvre — from early works in the TV format to large spatial video and audio installations with projections on ceilings, walls and floors

Alan Cristea Gallery: Georg Baselitz: Devotion
the first major exhibition of prints by Baselitz in the UK for over 25 years, with etchings based on self-portraits of artists that he admires or is influenced by
Barakat Gallery: Bygone Empires
selected by the gallery’s Janis Lejins and Isobel Lister, an extraordinary group of objects from vanished empires, revealing uncanny and unexpected refractions of political power, hubris and the fates of civilisation
Camden Arts Centre: Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime
comprising of precariously stacked ceramic columns, these new works are inspired by the discovery, in 1974, of more than a thousand perfectly preserved cuneiform-inscribed clay tablets, ca. 2500 BC, in the ancient city of Ebia, Syria
Camden Arts Centre: A Tale of Mother’s Bones: Grace Pailthorpe, Reuben Mednikoff and the Birth of Psychorealism
After meeting at a party in 1935, Dr. Grace Pailthorpe, a trained surgeon, and Reuben Mednikoff, an artist and designer, began collaborating on a project that would bring together art, writing and psychoanalysis in an attempt to create a better society
David Gill: Barnaby Barford: MORE MORE MORE
two new large-scale installations, three new series of works on paper and a new black-and-white, time-lapse film
Delfina Foundation: Asunción Molinos Gordo: Accumulation by Dispossession
curated by Dani Burrows, the first UK solo exhibition of Asunción Molinos Gordo explores the inequalities in the global food system
Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road: Esther Teichmann: On Sleeping and Drowning
Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road: Shen Wei
Hales: Frank Bowling: More Land Than Landscape
This solo exhibition of Frank Bowling OBE RA’s most recent paintings coincides with his major retrospective at Tate Britain, celebrating his 60 year career of complex and engaging painting.
Hollybush Gardens: PRESENT: Falke Pisano, Instrument for a Spatial Conception of Repetition, 2013
the second exhibition in Hollybush Gardens’ series ‘PRESENT’, a curatorial framework for presenting a single installation work of significance in the gallery space
Lisson Gallery: Anish Kapoor
A new body of work bringing together two fundamental directions of Kapoor’s practice: his iconic and formal geometric languages explored in mirror and stone and the entropic drive of works enacted in silicone, oil on canvas and welded steel.
Lisson Gallery: Jason Martin: Long Way Home
Martin continues his investigation into the fundamentals of oil painting in these new horizontally banded compositions of multiple shades, chromatic blends and tonal shifts. The exhibition is constructed around a trio of different colours: variations on t
Nicoletti Contemporary: As a butterfly folded in a caterpillar that will soon unfold
inaugurating the gallery’s new permanent space, an exploration of the fold, with Gabriele Beveridge, Javier Chozas, Dorian Gaudin, Lydia Gifford, Charlie Godet-Thomas, Felix Kiessling, Sonia Kacem, Alicja Kwade, Marianne Spurr and Sara VanDerBeek
Richard Saltoun: Gina Pane: Action Psyché
Exploring universal themes such as love, pain, death, spirituality and the metaphorical power of art, her work seeks to reveal and transform the way we have been taught to experience our body in relation to the self and others.
Whitford Fine Art: British Abstraction: A Selection of Works from 1948 to Present Day

New York
Eva Presenhuber: Magali Reus
The gallery's first solo exhibition with the London-based Dutch sculptor, whose works possess an innate organizational logic, absorbing the miscellany of the world's material landscape and extracting a language of vital parts.
Fergus McCaffrey: Martha Jungwirth
four bodies of work that showcase the Viennese artist’s distinct approach to abstraction and coloration, in the gallery’s first exhibition with the artist
GRIMM: Michael Raedecker: parade
Michael Raedecker’s new paintings remain complexly wrought performances that each simultaneously conjure up and interrupt an image. In these paintings, ‘image’ can be many things but also, importantly, a thing seen that precedes our catching sight of it.
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
Sean Kelly Gallery: Idris Khan: Blue Rhythms
Khan’s second solo exhibition with the gallery features a new body of works which continue his investigation into the passage and collapse of time and its use within textual, musical and visual bodies.

Galerie Ernst Hilger: Erró: Black and White

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