- bringing the art world to you
GalleriesNow 30 Jul 2019
Maureen Paley Sean Kelly GRIMM Mai 36 Galerie
T293 Fergus McCaffrey Nara Roesler Anca Poterașu

special events

Wed 31 Jul
London special event: South London Gallery Cõvco: Concient of the Soul
St. Moritz special event: Hauser & Wirth CinemArt Screening: Eva Hesse at Cinéma Rex Pontresina

Thu 1 Aug
London special event: Serpentine Gallery Recipes for Change

Fri 2 Aug
New York private view: Halsey McKay You Haven't Started Wondering about yet...
New York private view: Halsey McKay Ted Gahl: Lamu

Sat 3 Aug
London special event: South London Gallery Screening of Susan Cianciolo: Queens and Kings and Working Class Heroes 

Tue 6 Aug
St. Moritz exhibition tour: Hauser & Wirth Material Actions 

exhibitions opening

download the London gallery map
The Gallery of Everything: Asafo

Los Angeles auctions
Bonhams Los Angeles:

New York
download the NYC gallery map
Halsey McKay Gallery: Ted Gahl: Lamu
works made during Gahl’s stay in Lamu, Kenya at the Tilleard Projects residency
Halsey McKay Gallery: You Haven't Started Wondering about yet...
works by Bernhard Buhmann, Matthew Chambers, Justin Fitzpatrick, Emily Furr, Kristina Lee, Dana Lok, Tracy Thomason, Johannes Vanderbeek and Ryan Wilde - curated by Lauren Marinaro

São Paulo
Galpão Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel: Janaina Tschäpe

new VR views

new immersive VR views

Jamian Juliano-Villani @ Massimo De Carlo
Ellen Gallagher @ Gagosian Paris
Todd Arsenault and Kristopher Benedict @ David Richard Gallery
John Bellany and Alan Davie @ Newport Street Gallery
Brave New Visions @ Sotheby‘s London
Angelika Krinzinger @ Krinzinger Projekte
Herbert Zangs @ Blain|Southern
En Plein Air @ Simon Lee London
Abstract by Nature @ Sean Kelly Gallery
Faith Ringgold @ Serpentine Gallery
Works on Paper @ Findlay Galleries
Mike Bouchet & Paul McCarthy @ Marlborough
The Smiths @ Marlborough

download the NEW v2.0 ArtPassport -
immersive VR previews, City Guides, NearMe and more!

exhibitions closing

Anca Poterașu Gallery: In The Eye of The Storm
nineteen artists draw on the charged significations of storms to bring forward topics related to the unpredictability and social anxieties towards chaos and the unknown

Alan Cristea Gallery: Mick Moon
new works made by painting and collaging on to impressions of wood from the floorboards of Moon’s South London studio - embodying an abiding interest in India and the English seaside
Alan Cristea Gallery: Emma Stibbon: Fire and Ice
field sketches, new studio drawings and prints to celebrate the release of an eponymous book published by the Royal Academy of Arts, London
Annka Kultys Gallery: Quid est veritas?
Anton Svyatsky curates a multi-generational exhibition with AES+F, Morehshin Allahyari, Imre Bak, crocodilePOWER, Simon Denny, Eva and Franco Mattes, Joseph Kosuth, Olia Lialina, Signe Pierce, Timur Si-Qin and Theo Triantafyllidis
Gagosian Davies St: Ed Ruscha: Eilshemius & Me
in the juxtaposition of Ruscha’s and Eilshemius’ works, landscape emerges as a set of ideas rather than a dutiful imitations of reality
Gagosian Grosvenor Hill: Francis Bacon: Couplings
exploring a theme that preoccupied Bacon throughout his career - the physical and psychological relationship between two people
Marlborough: The Smiths
a group exhibition inspired by a typically stimulating and amusing conversation with the artist Maurizio Cattelan, consisting of over 30 artists with the surname Smith
Marlborough: Mike Bouchet & Paul McCarthy: Upper Double Decker
Bouchet: “It’s important to me that even how the paintings were made is also considered inappropriate in many circles, or irreverent, or some such thing…” McCarthy: “That’s part of the joke too, but it’s true.”
Maureen Paley: Wolfgang Tillmans
focusing on Tillmans’ multifaceted approach to non-lens-based image-making, with works from the mid 1980s to the present day
Ordovas: Always Drawing: José Antonio Suárez Londoño, Works on Paper, 1997-2018
an exhibition of one hundred drawings and fifty etchings, chosen by the artist from two decades of work
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery: Emma Amos, Vivian Browne, Chemu Ng'ok: My Kind of Protest
Robilant + Voena, London: Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Skarstedt: PUSH / PULL
celebrating the work of Steven Parrino, shown in dialogue with seminal works by Lucio Fontana, Richard Serra, Cady Noland, Richard Prince and Christopher Wool
The Mayor Gallery: Pécs Workshop
works by the neo-avant-garde group of five Hungarian artists who revived abstract neo-constructivism and followed the Bauhaus school’s conception of art

Boccanera Milan: Daniel González: Spiritual Paintings
inspired by the spirituality of Haiti, González creates paintings that combine distant rituals

New York
Findlay Galleries: Works on Paper
works from the modern masters - Calder, Miró, Picasso - to contemporary abstractionists
GRIMM: Away in the Hill
through a variety of mediums, the works in this group exhibition explore the artists’ roots and relationship with place, land and nature
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery: Calix, Cup, Chalice, Grail, Urn, Goblet: Presenting the Sexual Essence of Morris Graves
the chalice was Graves’s private symbol for spiritual birth and the container for the soul, a motif through which he attempted to encourage the viewer toward enlightenment
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery: Spiritual by Nature
a selection of works by artists directly inspired by the natural world and informed by Eastern thought and spirituality
Sean Kelly Gallery: Abstract by Nature
major works by an international group of artists, each of whom engages both traditional and non-traditional methods to produce meditative works that have a distinctly timeless quality

Palm Beach
Findlay Galleries Palm Beach: Works on Paper

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

T293: Jana Schröder: Kadlites RS6-17
conceptual painting that is both meditative and performative
T293: Edoardo Caimi: B.L.I.S.S.
Caimi’s installations focus on the contrasts between the modern and primitive, the technological and tribal, the consumerist society and nature

New Art Centre: Andrew Logan
New Art Centre: Alexis Teplin: Painted Costumes
Teplin uses abstraction to construct performative installations based in seduction, artificiality and cultural signification
New Art Centre: Johnny Dewe Mathews: The Gadflies & the Gifted, 1972-75
celebrating the joy and carefree times of the 1970s, caught on camera

São Paulo
Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo: Marcelo Silveira: Compacto mundo das coisas
Silveira appropriates the “world of things” to make drawings, sculptures and installations through postcards, pieces of chairs, plastic objects and books

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Tracey Moffatt: Portals
“In fiction, the portal is an opening into another dimension” - Tracey Moffatt
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Kirtika Kain: Corpus
Kain’s first solo exhibition with the gallery examines from the perspective of an outsider how oppressive social hierarchies are enforced and embodied

Mai 36 Galerie: Japanese Photography - 1930s-1970s
a wide-ranging exhibition of Japanese Photography, presented in collaboration with Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo
Mai 36 Galerie: Magnus Plessen
new paintings and collages combining diverse painterly methods and approaches to reality within an image

download the new version of ArtPassport - VR views, City Guide listings, NearMe

download the app

To apply for inclusion on GalleriesNow, email anya@galleriesnow.net
For advertising please email advertising@galleriesnow.net
5 Vigo Street, London W1S 3HB   |   All images © the gallery and the artist(s)   |   Unsubscribe - Sign up - Forward