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GalleriesNow 23 Jul 2019

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Tornabuoni Art David Zwirner Eva Presenhuber Hauser & Wirth
FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph Galerie Meyer Kainer Semiose Louisiana Museum
 

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Wed 24 Jul
New York special event: Hauser & Wirth Artist’s Choice Summer Film Series: “Blade Runner”, selected by Jenny Holzer
St. Moritz special event: Hauser & Wirth CinemArt Screening: Call Her Applebroog at Cinéma Rex Pontresina

Thu 25 Jul
London GalleriesNow talkBrave New Visions talk and tour with curator Sue Grayson Ford MBE @ Sotheby’s
Somerset talk: Hauser & Wirth An Alternative History of Art: Women Through the Ages 1550 - 1945 by Katy Hessel at King’s Bruton School
London happening: Hayward Gallery Concrete Lates: Special Guest
Hong Kong special event: Hauser & Wirth Special Screening: Jean-Michel Basquiat

Fri 26 Jul
London special event: Serpentine Gallery COS x Serpentine Galleries Park Nights 2019: Shawanda Corbett

Sat 27 Jul
Berlin special event: FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph Sara-Lena Maierhofer: The Object Remains Finissage
London talk: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Saturday Talks: Rebecca Lewin on Luchita Hurtado
London special event: Richard Saltoun Tantric Yoga

Mon 29 Jul
Los Angeles special event: Hauser & Wirth In Performance: Music as Existential Experience from Monday Evening Concerts


exhibitions opening


Beverly Hills
Gagosian Beverly Hills: Desert Painters of Australia Part II. With Works from the Collection of Steve Martin and Anne Stringfield

London
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Sprüth Magers, Grafton St.: New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995
selected by Michael Bracewell to survey identity and image in British art, culture and society with Angus Fairhurst, Richard Hamilton, Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, Karen Knorr, Sarah Lucas, Olivier Richon, Peter Saville, Sam Taylor-Johnson and Gillian Wearing
Tintype: Tintype Summer Window. Josephine Baker: Correction

Los Angeles
LACMA: The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness
LACMA: Mary Corse: A Survey in Light

New York
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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”
Hollis Taggart: Summer Selections
Sotheby’s New York: Covering the Art World: Six Decades of Artforum
a special exhibition showcasing six decades of the publication’s covers, never before publicly displayed together, with more than 550 in total from 1962, when the magazine was founded, to the present day

Shanghai
ShanghART: Summer Wind Flirts among Words


 
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exhibitions closing

Beijing
Galleria Continua Beijing: Leila Alaoui: Ya Rayah

Berlin
FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Sara-Lena Maierhofer: The Object Remains
Zilberman Gallery Berlin: Burçak Bingöl: Interrupted Halfway Through

Dubai
The Third Line: I Will See It, When I Believe It

Geneva
Gagosian Geneva: A line (a)round an idea
Black and white works on paper by Artschwager, Baselitz, Conner, de Kooning, Frg, Francis, Haring, Hiebert, Hofmann, Kline, Marden, Matisse, Motherwell, Serra, Twombly, Warhol, Wesselmann, and others.

Hong Kong
Gagosian Hong Kong: Marc Newson
new works by the designer in his first exhibition of limited-edition furniture in China
Hauser & Wirth Hong Kong: Perlstein Collection: A Luta Continua
the first presentation in Asia of the Perlstein collection - over more than five decades, Perlstein has assembled an intensely personal collection rooted in a passion for the work of ground-breaking artists
Lévy Gorvy Hong Kong: American Master. Frank Stella: Polish Villages
Stella’s seminal series makes up the American artist’s first exhibition in China

Humlebæk
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Louisiana on Paper. Dea Trier Mørch: Into the World
rarely exhibited graphic works by the pioneering and popular figure of feminist art, known especially for her writing
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Through Time: Works from the Louisiana Collection
a thematic display which focuses on the artistic movements and the artists that shaped the beginning and the early history of the collection

London
Alison Jacques Gallery: Graham Little
a solo exhibition of new paintings by the British artist
Almine Rech Gallery London: Jannis Kounellis / Claudio Abate
Cardi Gallery, London: Highlights from the Collection: Post-war and Contemporary Art
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
David Zwirner, London: Oscar Murillo: Manifestation
three new series of paintings, including the most recent body of work “manifestation” - all on view for the first time
Galerie Max Hetzler: Raymond Hains: Infinite Conversations
the first solo UK exhibition of Hains’ iconic “palissades”, “macintoshages” and torn posters
Marian Goodman Gallery: Yang Fudong: Beyond GOD and Evil – Preface 善惡的彼岸 – 序言
Fudong’s first exhibition at the gallery premieres his epic “Dawn Breaking” project, an interpretation of life during the Song Dynasty
Nicoletti Contemporary: Page Not Found
the exhibition makes examples of errors and brings together two Berlin-based artists, Douglas Boatwright and Marike Schuurman, both exhibiting for the first time in London
Thomas Dane Gallery: Xie Nanxing: A Gift Like Kung Pao Chicken
drawing from his Chinese academic education and the Western artistic lexicon, Nanxing approaches painting with both an analytical and synthetical mind — posing riddles and solving them at the same time
Victoria Miro: Isaac Julien: Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement
Julien’s nine-screen installation traverses a collection of Bo Bardi’s most iconic buildings, offering a meditation on the work and legacy of the visionary modernist architect and designer
Victoria Miro: María Berrío, Caroline Walker, Flora Yukhnovich
in association with the Instagram account The Great Women Artists, three young artists who rethink traditional genres to touch upon themes of migration, the workplace and the gendered language of painting
Victoria Miro Mayfair: Howardena Pindell
abstract paintings and collages drawn from two distinct periods in the artist’s career - large-scale spray paintings from the early 1970s and smaller wall-mounted three-dimensional works completed since 2007

Naples
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
Almine Rech New York: Farah Atassi: Paintings
the first solo show of Atassi’s paintings at the gallery
Eva Presenhuber: Lee Jaffe: Jean-Michel Basquiat
photographs and paintings by Jaffe centering on his friendship, travel and collaborations with Basquiat
Gagosian West 21st St: Jeff Wall
Wall’s first exhibition with the gallery - with many works on view for the first time - shows how he has expanded the definition of the photograph, both as object and illusion
Halsey McKay Gallery: Timothy Bergstrom: SNAFU
new body of paintings, Bergstrom depicts figures brandishing gas masks, weapons and armour, anxious to confront an unseen threat
Halsey McKay Gallery: Bianca Beck & Susan Tepper
both artists extrapolate the human form through bombastic hues of color and bold material handling to explore concerns of gender, identity and societal issues of the late 20th and early 21st century
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
Helwaser Gallery: Christina Kruse: Base and Balance
Kruse’s newest body of sculptural work, completed over the last two years and showcasing a new dimension to her practice
Timothy Taylor: ILACIONES
A summer group exhibition organized by Danny Baez showcasing nine artists who are from or influenced by Latin America.

Paris
Almine Rech Gallery: Leelee Kimmel: Nuwar
Kimmel’s first exhibition with the gallery - paintings and their investigations of inner and outer space
Gagosian Paris: An Exhibition for Notre-Dame
Works by both modern and contemporary artists to benefit the reconstruction of Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris.
Gagosian Paris: Ellen Gallagher
Gallagher’s first solo show in Paris addresses the tensions between reality and fantasy and unsettles designations of race and nation, art and artefact.
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Marais: Alexander Kluge: In Conversation With Georg Baselitz & Anselm Kiefer - An Exhibition
Kluge’s multidisciplinary approach sees this specially conceived multi-screen video installation and related writings in dialogue with new works by Baselitz and Kiefer
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin: Imran Qureshi: The Seeming Endless Path of Memory
new work by Qureshi, who’s contemporary practice is rooted in the tradition of 16th-century Mughal miniature art, encompassing figurative and abstract works on paper, painting and site-specific installation
Semiose: Sébastien Gouju: Oasis
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
VNH Gallery: Bianca Bondi: Moths drink the tears of sleeping birds
for her first solo exhibition Bondi has chosen an enigmatic title which does not directly reflect the featured work but rather her impulse to enrich her work with natural sciences, stories and religious culture
VNH Gallery: Hannah Buonaguro, Mimosa Echard & Ryan Foerster: Cracher une image de toi / Spitting an image of you
the three artists have convened to ask the ongoing question: out of all the things they encounter each day, which are significant enough to present?

São Paulo
Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo: Raul Mourão: Introdução à teoria dos opostos absolutos
videos, paintings, photographs and the kinetic sculptures - or balances - which have been part of the artist’s work since 2010

Seoul
Gallery Hyundai: Kim Sung Yoon: Arrangement
in a continuation of his practice utilizing art historical archives as the foundation of creative pursuits, the exhibition highlights over forty new works that reinterpret the meaning of the flower still life genre in a contemporary context

Stockholm
Galleri Magnus Karlsson: Strangers at Hellvi Kännungs

Torre Pellice (Turin)
Tucci Russo - Studio per l’Arte Contemporanea: Lili Dujourie
Tucci Russo - Studio per l’Arte Contemporanea: Christiane Löhr: In Folge

Turin
Tucci Russo Chambres d’Art: Lili Dujourie | Jan Vercruysse
works by two artists of Belgian origin, both bound by elective affinities that are highlighted in many points of their procedure, such as seeking the beauty of art history, transitoriness, presence, absence, literature, poetry, music and painting

Vienna
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

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