GalleriesNow 04 Jun 2019
 
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special events this week

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

Wed 05 Jun
London, opening party: Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Alvaro Barrington: Artists I Steal From

Thu 06 Jun
London, talk: Hollybush Gardens Falke Pisano in conversation with Lubaina Himid
Paris, performance: Fondation Cartier Nomadic Night. Aloïse Sauvage: So nothing never ends

Fri 07 Jun
London, performance: Laure Genillard Gallery Live performance: Babatunde Doherty and Johanna Odersky

Sat 08 Jun
London, degree show opening: The Courtauld Institute of Art MA Curating the Art Museum: GENERATIONS: Connecting Across Time and Place
London, tour: Victoria Miro Exhibition walkthrough: María Berrío, Caroline Walker and Flora Yukhnovich, with Katy Hessel
Zürich, talk: Mai 36 Galerie Talk with Ryuichi Kaneko, former curator, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

Sun 09 Jun
Zürich, talk: Galerie Eva Presenhuber In Conversation: Carroll Dunham & Cornelius Tittel

Mon 10 Jun
Basel, special event: Laleh June Galerie Open House Art Basel x Kunst in Basel
London, special event: Delfina Foundation Workshop: Grains


exhibitions opening

Antwerp
Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Renato Nicolodi, Proximi Mei Meum Fundamentum
Nicolodi’s family history runs like a thread through the exhibition. His family and loved ones are the foundation and strength of both his art practice and his quest in life.

Berlin
FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Sara-Lena Maierhofer: The Object Remains

Frankfurt
Bernhard Knaus Fine Art: Florian Heinke - LOVECRAFT
The Frankfurt based artist’s first exhibition at the gallery presents his paintings inspired by the father of fantastical horror, H.P. Lovecraft.

Helsinki
Galerie Forsblom: Marika Mäkelä: Secret Plant and Other Motifs

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

London
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Alison Jacques Gallery: Graham Little
A solo exhibition of new paintings by the British artist.
Annka Kultys Gallery: Signe Pierce
Pierce’s practice encompasses performance, video, photography, writing and digital installations to question gender, identity, sexuality and reality within an increasingly digital world.
Cortesi Gallery, London: Relief: a new perspective in post-war art
David Zwirner, London: Oscar Murillo: Manifestation
Gagosian Grosvenor Hill: Francis Bacon: Couplings
This selective exhibition explores a theme that preoccupied Bacon throughout his career -the physical and psychological relationship between two people.
Galerie Max Hetzler: Raymond Hains: Infinite Conversations
The first solo exhibition in the UK of Hains’ iconic torn posters, “palissades” and “macintoshages”.
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac: Alvaro Barrington: Artists I Steal From
Curated by Alvaro Barrington with Julia Peyton-Jones, the exhibition explores through the works of over 40 artists the idea that artists have always borrowed from one another.
GAO Gallery: Ma JianFeng
Hollybush Gardens: Lubaina Himid
Hollybush Gardens: Falke Pisano
kamel mennour, London: Latifa Echakhch: Magnolias
Maureen Paley: Wolfgang Tillmans
This exhibition focuses on Tillmans’ multifaceted approach to non-lens-based image-making with works from the mid 1980s to the present day.
Mazzoleni: Nunzio: The Shock of Objectivity
Curated by Kenneth Baker, this is Nunzio’s first solo exhibition in London and displays a series of imposing sculptures which reveal his inventive and inspiring approach to form.
Ordovas: Always Drawing
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art: allele. New works by Thomas Müller
rosenfeld porcini: Contemplating the Spiritual in Contemporary Art
Serpentine Gallery: Faith Ringgold
Focusing on different series that she has created over the past 50 years, this survey exhibition includes paintings, story quilts and prints.
Simon Lee London: Mel Bochner: Exasperations
New paintings on velvet by the America artist who uses words as the subject and medium of his work exploring the cognitive links between looking at and reading a painting.
Simon Lee London: Marilyn Minter
Minter’s first solo exhibition with the gallery debuts her latest video work alongside her hyper-realist paintings.
Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery: Roger Hilton
In collaboration with Jonathan Clark Fine Art and co-curated by Kenny Schachter, unearthed works on paper from Hilton’s estate, painted between 1973 and 1974 from the confines of his bed.
Sprüth Magers, Grafton St.: Senga Nengudi
Nengudi has been at the forefront of sculptural, performative, and photographic practices for over forty years, using her works to encourage us to rethink our relationship to the people and world around us.
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.
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: 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: 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 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.
Whitechapel Gallery: Michael Rakowitz
Rakowitz’s first survey exhibition presents his enthralling environments, inspired by historic buildings and artefacts.

London auctions
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
The Russian Sale Wed, 5 Jun (viewing 28 May-5 Jun)
Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art Tue, 4 Jun (viewing 29 May-4 Jun)
Sotheby’s London:
Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art Mon, 10 Jun (viewing 7-10 Jun)

Melbourne
Tolarno Galleries: Dan Moynihan: Mixed Emotions

New York
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Hales: Vernacular Interior
This group exhibition, curated by Adeze Wilford, explores home as both idea and physical environment.
Halsey McKay Gallery: Glen Baldridge: No Way
Baldridge’s paintings extrapolate age-old paper marbling techniques to make abstract paintings of camouflaged texts.
Halsey McKay Gallery: Richard Tinkler: Widening Circles
Tinkler’s first show with the gallery presents new paintings that employ repetition as a catalyst.
Hollis Taggart: Sven Lukin: Objects in Space
Lukin’s use of simple forms and volumes along with bold, bright colors, creates unclassifiable works blurring the lines between fine art and design.
Hollis Taggart 507 W 27th St: John Knuth: The Origin of the New World
Knuth’s first solo exhibition with the gallery is curated by Paul Efstathiou and features a selection of new ‘fly paintings’ and debuts a three-dimensional globe format.
Timothy Taylor: ILACIONES
A summer group exhibition organized by Danny Baez showcasing eight artists who are from or influenced by Latin America.

New York auctions
Bonhams New York:
Modern Decorative Art + Design Fri, 7 Jun (viewing 1-6 Jun)

Paris
Almine Rech Gallery: Leelee Kimmel: Nuwar
Kimmel’s first exhibition with the gallery showcases his paintings and their investigations of inner and outer space.
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.
Gagosian Paris: An Exhibition for Notre-Dame
An exhibition of works by both modern and contemporary artists to benefit the reconstruction of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris.
kamel mennour, r. du Pont de Lodi: Douglas Gordon: The Anatomy of my Desire
kamel mennour, r. Saint-André des arts: Douglas Gordon: The Anatomy of my Desire
MEP - Maison Européenne de la Photographie: Henry Wessel: A Dark Thread
The first major exhibition in France devoted to Henry Wessel, a key member of the generation associated with the landmark 1957 exhibition “New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape”.
MEP - Maison Européenne de la Photographie: Fil Noir
Major works by photographers including Diane Arbus and Helmut Newton, selected from the MEP collection and inspired by film noir.
MEP - Maison Européenne de la Photographie: Marguerite Bornhauser: Moisson Rouge
Bornhauser’s first solo exhibition in a French institution evokes the film noir genre and the narrative underlying the work of Henry Wessel.

Paris auctions
Sotheby’s Paris:
Arts d'Asie Tue, 11 Jun (viewing 11-11 Jun)
Art Contemporain - Evening Sale Wed, 5 Jun (viewing 24 May-5 Jun)
Art Contemporain - Day Sale Thu, 6 Jun (viewing 24 May-5 Jun)

Rome
T293: Jana Schröder: Kadlites RS6-17
Schröder’s conceptual painting 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.

Salisbury
New Art Centre: Johnny Dewe Mathews: The Gadflies & the Gifted, 1972-75
An exhibition 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.

Seoul
Barakat Contemporary: Gary Hume: Looking And Seeing

Vienna auctions
Dorotheum:
Modern Art Tue, 4 Jun (viewing 25 May-4 Jun)
Contemporary Art I Wed, 5 Jun (viewing 25 May-5 Jun)
Contemporary Art II Thu, 6 Jun (viewing 25 May-6 Jun)

Zürich
Galerie Eva Presenhuber: Carroll Dunham: Recent Paintings
Dunham encompasses painting, drawing, print and sculpture to depict motifs from bathers to wrestlers.
Galerie Gmurzynska Zürich, Paradeplatz: AMAZONKI
Galerie Gmurzynska Zürich, Talstrasse: AMAZONKI
Hauser & Wirth Zürich: max bill. bauhaus constellations
A major exhibition coinciding with the Bauhaus centenary and curated by Dr Angela Thomas Schmid, President of the Max Bill Georges Vantongerloo Stiftung.
Mai 36 Galerie: Magnus Plessen
New paintings and collages that combine diverse painterly methods and approaches to reality within an image.
Mai 36 Galerie: Japanese Photography - 1930s-1970s
Japanese Photography presented in collaboration with Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.


 
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exhibitions closing

Humlebæk
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Liu Xiaodong: Uummannaq
Works from one of China’s pre-eminent contemporary artists, installed in the museum’s Column Gallery, with paintings, ink drawings and entries from the diary he produced during a journey to Uummannaq in Greenland.

London
Gagosian Davies St: Gerhard Richter: Overpainted Photographs
Printed photographs - made with light rather than the artist’s hand - complicated by the application of paint, which merges photographic reproduction with abstract materiality.
JGM Gallery: Ralph Anderson: This Is For You
An exhibition of paintings and drawings by the Glasgow born, London based artist.
Massimo De Carlo: Andra Ursuta, Maria Lai, Carl Andre
Spanning several generations and countries, the exhibition explores three unique and idiosyncratic voices in various trajectories of art history.
Whitechapel Gallery: City Poems and City Music

New York
Almine Rech New York: De Wain Valentine: Works from 1967 to present.
In his first exhibition at the gallery in New York, Valentine incarnates a key moment in the development of the LA art scene in the 60s and 70s - in parallel, and somewhat in opposition to New York-based Minimalism.
Christine Park Gallery: Xyza Cruz Bacani: We Are Like Air
The artist’s second solo show with the gallery presents a series of photographs which examine the way in which migrant workers are often treated in every society.
David Richard Gallery: Elliott Lloyd: Color Wave, Paintings from 1973 to 1977
An exhibition of a seminal series by the New York artist in his first solo exhibition with the gallery.
David Richard Gallery: Lester Rapaport: Convergence
Two series of paintings, realised over thirty years apart, in which the New York artist uses similar motifs and techniques to explore different compositions inspired by different internal forces.
Lisson Gallery 10th Ave: Sean Scully: PAN
Spanning both Lisson New York spaces, the exhibition features new paintings, large-scale sculpture and works on paper at 24th Street and a focus on the artist’s long-standing, but lesser known relationship with figuration at 10th Avenue.
Lisson Gallery W 24th St: Sean Scully: PAN
Spanning both Lisson New York spaces, the exhibition features new paintings, large-scale sculpture and works on paper at 24th Street and a focus on the artist’s long-standing, but lesser known relationship with figuration at 10th Avenue.
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery: Mary Bauermeister: Live in Peace or Leave the Galaxy
New work and selections from each of Bauermeister’s major series, including drawings, constructions, rare early light boxes, and her iconic lens boxes and stone reliefs.
Nancy Hoffman Gallery: Michael Gregory: November’s Guest
Perrotin: John Henderson: Model
Henderson’s work insists on alternate - abductive - logics, one where that which is built anticipates being unbuilt and any declaration is coexistent with its amendment.
Perrotin: Paola Pivi: We are the baby gang
Seventy baby polar bears frolic, play, fight, nap and explore the top floor of the gallery’s New York space.
Perrotin: Claude Rutault: de-finitions/methods from the 70s
“My paintings have a short life, but they have several of them” – Claude Rutault.

Paris
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.

Stockholm
Galleri Magnus Karlsson: Thomas Broomé: The Eaters

Sydney
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Bill Henson

Vienna
Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier: Peter Friedl. Teatro
Friedl’s multifaceted and stylistically heterogeneous works and projects in various media are meant to propose exemplary solutions to aesthetic problems related to our political and historical consciousness

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