GalleriesNow 09 Apr 2019
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special events this week

Tue 09 Apr
London, in conversation: The Photographers' Gallery John Stezaker with Anne-Marie Beckmann
London, in conversation: Blain|Southern Sean Scully with Marla Price, followed by book signing
New York, talk: International Center of Photography (ICP) Museum Stranger Fruit

Thu 11 Apr
London, in conversation: Richard Saltoun Rose English with Paul Clinton

Sat 13 Apr
New York, in conversation: Helwaser Gallery Anton Ginzburg with Meghan Forbes
London, happening: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Power Walk: Architects for Social Housing
London, talk: Serpentine Sackler Gallery Eva Jäger on Hito Steyerl

Tue 16 Apr
Zürich, tour: Hauser & Wirth Dieter Roth and Franz West

exhibitions opening

Laleh June Galerie: Philippe Zumstein: Light Shift

Almine Rech Gallery London: Chloe Wise: Not That We Don’t
Wise’s first exhibition in London examines the multiple channels that lead to the construction of a Self, paying particular attention to the interweaving of consumption and image making
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
David Zwirner, London: William Eggleston: 2 ¼
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
Gagosian Grosvenor Hill: Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now
in partnership with English Heritage, Rembrandt’s masterpiece Self-Portrait with Two Circles will go on view at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, heralding a new alliance between the international gallery and the charity
Galerie Max Hetzler: Input / Output: Painting After Technology
artists using digital technology in their artistic process, with works by Glenn Brown, Jeff Elrod, Julian Schnabel, Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, Michael Williams, Christopher Wool and Toby Ziegler
Hollybush Gardens: Upstairs: A Work: Andrea Büttner, Ruth Proctor, Joachim Schmid, Anne Tallentire
Hollybush Gardens: Bruno Pacheco: head (red) hand
new and recent paintings that continue the artist’s ongoing enquiry into the painted picture
kamel mennour, London: Gina Pane
Marlborough Fine Art: Joe Tilson: New Paintings
an exhibition of new paintings by Tilson, continuing a year of celebration for his 90th birthday
Mazzoleni: Massimo Vitali: Short Stories
curated by Mirta d’Argenzio, photographs from different series where each singular image depicts a significant moment for Vitali - the artist’s “short stories” of a long and distinguished career
rosenfeld porcini: Cesare Lucchini: Pietà
Serpentine Sackler Gallery: Hito Steyerl: Power Plants
the artist and film-maker’s new project considers power and inequality in society, mapping unequal wealth distribution in the communities surrounding the Serpentine, which has been recorded as one of the most socially uneven areas in Europe
Sotheby‘s S|2 Gallery: Flávio de Carvalho
the first UK exhibition of the influential Brazilian painter, sculptor, architect, scenographer, designer, journalist, writer and playwright
Sotheby‘s S|2 Gallery: Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato
a solo exhibition of paintings by the largely self-taught Brazilian outsider artist
Victoria Miro: Chantal Joffe, Victoria Miro Mayfair: Chantal Joffe
showing across both gallery spaces, large-scale canvases by the acclaimed British painter depicting the artist’s family and friends, and selections from a year of self-portraits completed during 2018
Victoria Miro: NS Harsha
new and recent works by the renowned Indian artist, including a major installation

London auctions
Bonhams London, Knightsbridge:
Old Master Paintings Wed, 10 Apr (viewing 7-10 Apr)
Sotheby’s London:

Los Angeles auctions
Bonhams Los Angeles:
California and Western Paintings and Sculpture Tue, 16 Apr (viewing 12-14 Apr)

Milan auctions
Sotheby’s Milan:
Arte Contemporanea Thu, 11 Apr

New York
303 Gallery: Alicja Kwade: ParaParticular
working with concepts of nature, science, philosophy and perception, Kwade has become renowned for her ability to succinctly question and sublimate natural phenomena, challenging our most basic logical assumptions

Semiose: Drawing Dialogue
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

Paris auctions
Sotheby’s Paris:

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

Gallery Hyundai: Two Great Artists of Korean Painting: Lee Sangbeom · Byeon Gwansik
an exhibition on the two monumental figures in the history of modern art in Korea

Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer: Maximilian Prüfer: Tier
new work, in which Prüfer interprets iconic works of art history with flies, resulting in an exhibition showing us behavioral structures in a unique way

Vienna auctions

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John Wesley in conversation with Donald Judd @ Alison Jacques Gallery · Sam Orlando Miller @ Gallery FUMI · Stefan Brüggemann @ Hauser & Wirth · Franz West @ Omer Tiroche Gallery · Verne Dawson @ Eva Presenhuber · Michael Sailstorfer @ Perrotin · Gabriel de la Mora @ Perrotin · Sherrie Levine @ David Zwirner · Aya Takano @ Perrotin · Yoonkyung Jang @ MEP - Maison Européenne de la Photographie · Geta Br─âtescu @ Hauser & Wirth · In the Studio @ Ordovas · Keiji Uematsu @ Simon Lee · Don McCullin @ Hamiltons  

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exhibitions closing

FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Ruth Campau: The Fall Of Diamond Dust
Zilberman Gallery Berlin: Habituation
new works by Istanbul-based musician, scholar and artist Selçuk Artut in the artist’s first solo presentation in Berlin

Annka Kultys Gallery: Dominic Dispirito: Pie ’n’ Mash
the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery presents new paintings that focus on Jackie, a figure renowned across the East End of London as the “Pearly Queen of Hackney”
Bastian: Andy Warhol: Polaroid Pictures
inaugurating the gallery’s London space, a series of over sixty portrait and self-portrait Polaroid photographs by Warhol - some exhibited for the first time - from the 70s and 80s
Lévy Gorvy London: FOCUS: Agnes Martin
an exhibition centered around “Gabriel”, the only film ever completed by Martin - shown in conversation with an intimate selection of her geometric paintings
Massimo De Carlo: Tomoo Gokita
Gokita presents a selection of 21 paintings, combining his subject matter of contemporary personae — females and males whose faces reflect the polymorphous nature of mass culture, as well as venturing into minimalist paintings and self-portraiture
Modern Art Vyner Street: Anna-Bella Papp: Plans for an unused land
a series of new individual sculptures that, consistent with her characteristic format, are hand-sculpted, tablet-like forms made from fired clay, presented on long trestle tables in a single narrative
Modern Art Vyner Street: Katinka Bock, Esther Kläs, Helen Mirra, Hayley Tompkins
Olivier Malingue: Modern and Surreal
with works by Victor Brauner, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Jean Fautrier, Fernand Léger, Roberto Matta, Pablo Picasso and Kees Van Dongen
Richard Saltoun: Rose English: Form, Feminisms, Femininities
English’s first solo exhibition with the gallery includes early photography, ceramics, collage and performance, providing a unique opportunity to engage with different aspects of her work
Rose Lipman Building: Looking At You: A show of contemporary painting
Tornabuoni Art London: Francesca Pasquali
Pasquali is influenced by the heritage of the Arte Povera movement to repurpose mundane objects such as drinking straws and elastic bands, cobweb dusters and broom bristles

Los Angeles
Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles: Annie Leibovitz: The Early Years, 1970 - 1983: Archive Project No. 1
more than 4,000 photographs, taken between 1970 and 1983, tracing Leibovitz’s development as a young talent and capturing the dramatic cultural and political shifts of the Seventies

New York
David Zwirner 19th St: Drawing for Print: Mind Fucks, Kultur Klashes, Pulp Fiction & Pulp Fact by the Illustrious R. Crumb
David Zwirner 19th St: The Young and Evil
David Zwirner 20th St: Alice Neel: Freedom
Gagosian Madison Avenue: Arakawa: Diagrams for the Imagination
examining the period during which Arakawa worked in two dimensions, using paint, ink, graphite and assemblage on canvas and paper to demonstrate what critic Lawrence Alloway called “the logic of meaning, the texture of meaning”
Gagosian West 21st St: Jia Aili: Combustion
in Jia’s first exhibition in New York, and with Gagosian, twenty-nine paintings from the past ten years grouped into four sections to trace the evolution of her work
Galeria Nara Roesler New York: Alexandre Arrechea: Corners
new works by Arrechea, employing visual metaphors for social themes of inequality, cultural disenfranchisement and the disputed position of art in a global, media-driven society
Hollis Taggart: Norman Bluhm: The ‘70s
from the Abstract Expressionist painter’s early richly-layered canvases to his more structured and vibrant later works, Bluhm’s paintings are recognized for their compelling evocations of movement and energy
Lehmann Maupin W 22 St: Jennifer Steinkamp: Impeach
four recent video installations by the pioneering Los Angeles-based artist who works exclusively in digital media, using computer technology to render organic and abstract forms in motion
Lévy Gorvy: Carol Rama: Eye of Eyes
curated by art historian Flavia Frigeri, an exhibition that expands and enriches narratives attending the work of this celebrated figure of the Italian avant-garde
Michael Werner, Upper East Side: Jörg Immendorff: Questions from a Painter Who Reads
a visual history of one of the most important artists to emerge from post-war Germany, spanning four decades of the artist’s career
Perrotin: Gabriel de la Mora: TNTR AA
de la Mora’s first exhibition with the gallery is an exploration of alternative modes of image-making - seemingly minimal and often monochrome-looking surfaces belie great technical complexity, conceptual rigor and embedded information
Perrotin: Aya Takano: Unio Mystica
Takano’s first solo exhibition at the New York gallery includes oil paintings, more than fifty drawings, a skateboard deck painting, and a paper clay sculpture, all exploring sexuality as an expression of the union between the soul and the divine
Perrotin: Michael Sailstorfer: Tear Show
in this series of works produced exclusively for the show, which bridge the traditional chasm dividing the internal from the tangible external, Sailstorfer uses a teardrop analogy to strip naked the most extreme states of the human mind

kamel mennour, r. du Pont de Lodi: Hicham Berrada: Activations
Hicham Berrada defines his practice as that of an energy director (in the sense one speaks of a stage director), whose creative gesture consists in a choice of physical and chemical parameters
kamel mennour, r. Saint-André des arts: Zao Wou-Ki: Encres et aquarelles (1948-2009)
inks and watercolours produced between 1948 and 2009: a panorama of fifty works with the ultimate spotlight on the creative liveliness of the artist's final working decade
MEP - Maison Européenne de la Photographie: Yoonkyung Jang: Incandescence
the MEP inaugurates its “STUDIO” with the young Korean artist and winner of the Dior Prize for Photography for Young Talents

Galerie Meyer Kainer: Ulrike Müller: Container Contained

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