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GalleriesNow 28 May 2019
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Galleria Continua FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph Axel Vervoordt Gallery Galeria Nara Roesler
 

special events this week

Tue 28 May
London, talk: Hauser & Wirth Art Across Disciplines: The White Review Panel Discussion
London, talk: The Photographers’ Gallery The Ethics of... Capturing

Wed 29 May
New York, talk: Hauser & Wirth In Conversation: Piero Manzoni ‘Materials’ & ‘Lines’
London, talk: Camden Arts Centre In Conversation: Judith Carlton and Jonathan Baldock

Thu 30 May
Bruton, talk: Hauser & Wirth Conversations on Collecting: The Historical Collection – Elizabeth Courtauld by Deborah Swallow
London, talk: Whitechapel Gallery Jeff McMillan, David Batchelor and Iwona Blazwick

Fri 31 May
Bruton, tour: Hauser & Wirth Unconscious Landscape. Works from the Ursula Hauser Collection
London, special event: South London Gallery Fire Station Local History Weekend

Sat 01 Jun
London, talk: Drawing Room London’s Modern Nature: Nurturing green spaces in the capital
San Francisco, tour: Gagosian Richard Prince: High Times with Graham Dalik
London, special event: South London Gallery Fire Station Local History Weekend

Sun 02 Jun
London, special event: South London Gallery Fire Station Local History Weekend

Tue 04 Jun
London, panel discussion: Hauser & Wirth Dr Jo Applin with Simone Rocha, Lisa Panting and Luis Laplace
London, special event: Delfina Foundation Workshop: Growing Solutions


exhibitions opening

Geneva
Mamco: Martin Kippenberger: The Museum of Modern Art Syros
organized by Sophie Costes and Samuel Gross, the exhibition revisits Kippenberger’s “non-museum” founded and curated on the island of Syros in the Greek Cyclades
Mamco: Walead Beshty
works that interrogate the space within which contemporary art and its discourse are produced and distributed, while postulating the art object as dynamic rather than static
Mamco: Gordon Matta-Clark: Food
an exhibition exploring the restaurant “FOOD”, which opened in New York City in 1971, establishing itself as a meeting place providing food and work for artists

Hong Kong auctions
Bonhams Hong Kong:
Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art Tue, 28 May (viewing 24-28 May)
Sotheby’s Hong Kong:
Chinese Art Thu, 30 May - Fri, 31 May (viewing 24-29 May)

Hove
Morena di Luna: Rebecca Warren: souls
an exhibition of new painted bronze sculptures and neon-based collages

London
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Almine Rech Gallery London: Jannis Kounellis / Claudio Abate
Gagosian Britannia St: Michael Craig-Martin: Sculpture
six new monumental sculptures in a medium that Craig-Martin has been exploring since 2011 - powder-coated steel forms of everyday objects that appear like line drawings in the air
Marian Goodman Gallery: Yang Fudong: Beyond GOD and Evil – Preface 善惡的彼岸 – 序言
new work by Yang Fudong in the artist’s first exhibition in the London gallery - including the international premiere of his epic “Dawn Breaking”
Marlborough: Selected Works from the Collection of Holly Solomon 1968-1981
curated by Thomas Solomon, the exhibition illustrates how the collector and gallerist embarked on building an art collection reflecting one of the most radical periods of change in modern art
Michael Werner Gallery, Mayfair: James Lee Byars: Works 1974-1994
seminal works presenting Byars’ aim to question the very nature of the flag, nationalism and conscience
Richard Saltoun: Gina Pane: Action Psyché
celebrating Pane’s pioneering career of avant-garde performance art in the most comprehensive display of her work in London for nearly two decades
Whitechapel Gallery: Michael Rakowitz
the sculptor, detective and occasional chef’s first survey exhibition shows him taking his cue from historic buildings and artefacts to create enthralling environments
Zabludowicz Collection: Invites: Richard Ayodeji Ikhide
exploring the creation of a personal mythology, with new and recent drawings and paintings on paper, sketchbooks and sculptures

London auctions
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art Tue, 4 Jun (viewing 29 May-4 Jun)
Sotheby’s London:
Russian Pictures Tue, 4 Jun (viewing 31 May-3 Jun)

Milan
Massimo De Carlo, Milan / Belgioioso: Against Colour Stroke Vectors
with Günther Förg, Mario Merz, Emilio Vedova and Mary Weatherford

New York
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303 Gallery: Valentin Carron
new work from Carron, who locates the subconscious material of identity within his own psychology, and freezes it, allowing for unexpected and arbitrary recombination
Helwaser Gallery: Christina Kruse: Base and Balance
the artist’s newest body of sculptural work draws connections between rationality and organic forms, thriving on the notion of construction and bringing together multiple elements into abstract forms

Oxford
Modern Art Oxford: Claudette Johnson: I Came to Dance
an overview of one of the most accomplished figurative artists working in Britain today and their first major public solo exhibition since 1990

Palm Beach
Findlay Galleries Palm Beach: Asian Artist

Paris
Centre Pompidou: Bernard Frize: Without Remorse
kamel mennour, avenue Matignon: Lee Ufan: From Point, From Line: 1976 - 1982

San Francisco
Gagosian San Francisco: Richard Prince: High Times
“the title was a lifetime of experiences. And besides, someone had already put that title on five of his Hippie Drawings. It wasn’t like Richard thought it up” - Joan Katz

São Paulo
Galpão Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel: Marina Rheingantz: Todo mar tem um rio

Vienna
Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz: Vienna Biennale 2019. Hysterical Mining
across both spaces, an exhibition drawing on radical feminist and ecofeminist theories from the 1970s onwards to analyze the material worlds of technology, and their role in shaping configurations of power, forms of identity and ways of living
Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier: Vienna Biennale 2019. Hysterical Mining
across both spaces, an exhibition drawing on radical feminist and ecofeminist theories from the 1970s onwards to analyze the material worlds of technology, and their role in shaping configurations of power, forms of identity and ways of living

Vienna auctions
Dorotheum:
Modern Art Tue, 4 Jun (viewing 25 May-4 Jun)


 
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exhibitions closing

Beijing
Galleria Continua Beijing: Leila Alaoui: Ya Rayah

Berlin
FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Jana Gunstheimer: Mœlk

Boissy-le-Châtel
Galleria Continua Les Moulins: Ahmed Mater: Stand in the pathway and see
Galleria Continua Les Moulins: Susana Pilar: Jardinera
Galleria Continua Les Moulins: Ornaghi & Prestinari: Early Autumn
Galleria Continua Les Moulins: Nedko Solakov: Paintings from Long Ago

Frankfurt
Bernhard Knaus Fine Art: Myriam Holme: von gehäuftem jetzt
the testing of material reactions and combinations in terms of their aesthetic effect is the subject of Holme’s oeuvre, in particular the expansion of painting at the point where it meets installation and spatial art

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

Hong Kong
Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Hong Kong: Infinitive Mutability
works by Peter Buggenhout, Kimsooja and Bosco Sodi inaugurate the gallery’s new and expanded space in Hong Kong

Humlebæk
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Focus: Feldmann. Works from the Louisiana collection
Feldmann is interested in the images and thoughts the encounter with art gives rise to in us – and his working method is therefore often characterized by squinting, obscuring, turning upside down and short-circuiting

London
Bonhams London, New Bond Street: Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art
Cortesi Gallery, London: Jorge Eielson: matter, sign, space
curated by Francesca Pola, a series of highly significant examples of the pivotal artist’s work, retracing key stages in his creative career
David Zwirner, London: William Eggleston: 2¼
kamel mennour, London: Gina Pane
Omer Tiroche Gallery: Franz West: Indoor Sculptures
four decades of West’s indoor sculptures - 1980 to 2010 - showcasing the development of his legendary papier-mâché sculptures
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art: Convergence. Recent works by Susan Schwalb and Caroline Kryzecki
rosenfeld porcini: Cesare Lucchini: Pietà
Simon Lee London: Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo: Argo
the Indonesian artist pours volcanic ash and resin on plexiglass to create abstract compositions connected with his homeland
The Mayor Gallery: Julian Stańczak: Don‘t Talk, Just look
Stańczak was interested in the emotions that colour can evoke, which are personal and unique to each viewer, hoping to provide an ultimately uplifting experience
The Photographers' Gallery: Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2019
with the four shortlisted artists Laia Abril, Susan Meiselas, Arwed Messmer and Mark Ruwedel
The Photographers' Gallery: Dave Heath: Dialogues with Solitudes
the first major UK exhibition dedicated to the work of this hugely influential American photographer, preoccupied with solitude and contemplation
Tintype: Laura White: The Clever Girl Painter
three-dimensional entanglements of forms in which interactions are paramount
Whitechapel Gallery: Artists' Film International: Lars Laumann, Jacopo Miliani, Raju Rage

Melbourne
Tolarno Galleries: Tim Maguire: Dice Abstracts

Milan
Robilant + Voena, Milan: Cinema Pop

New York
Hales: Sunil Gupta: Christopher Street
Gupta’s first solo exhibition with the gallery shows the first set of photographs he made as a practicing artist, using the camera as a tool for open expression, cultivating a compelling practice which is simultaneously political and deeply personal
Halsey McKay Gallery: Vanishing Act
works that hint at corporeal presence without fully depicting the body
Halsey McKay Gallery: Lauren Luloff: Small Landscapes
the gallery's first show to focus on Luloff's small scale paintings
Hollis Taggart: Knox Martin: Radical Structures
Martin’s practice, which spans nearly seven decades, has engaged with the conceptual and aesthetic underpinnings of a wide range of artistic movements, from Cubism to Abstract Expressionism to Pop Art
Hollis Taggart 507 W 27th St: Highlight: The High Line
works by five contemporary abstract painters, including Ted Gahl, Clare Grill, Margaux Ogden, Gary Petersen and Matt Phillips, curated by Paul Efstathiou
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

Palm Beach
Findlay Galleries Palm Beach: Wall Hangings: The African Motifs and More
a unique collection of timeless and diverse hand-woven tapestries from African and European artists

Paris
Gagosian Paris: Brice Marden: Morocco
more than sixty works stemming from Marden’s time in Morocco
Gagosian Paris: Setsuko: Into the Trees
blending imagery from East and West, Setsuko’s paintings demonstrate a keen sensitivity to texture, from the fur of a cat to the silken petals of a flower

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

São Paulo
Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo: Philippe Decrauzat: Circulation
a solo show by the newest artist represented by the gallery, curated by Matthieu Poirier, the exhibition of nearly thirty works is on view in both the gallery’s São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro spaces
Luciana Brito Galeria: Augusto de Campos: Poemas e Contrapoemas

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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