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GalleriesNow 02 Jul 2019
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special events this week

Tue 02 Jul
London: Hauser & Wirth In Conversation: on László Moholy-Nagy, with Daniel Hug and Catherine Ince
London: Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art Lecture: Tell Me A Story… Shahrzad “In Analysis” In Contemporary Persia, with Dr Gohar Homayounpour

Wed 03 Jul
London: Alan Cristea Gallery Emma Stibbon: Fire and Ice book launch
New York: Hauser & Wirth Artist’s Choice Summer Film Series: “The Music Room”, selected by Roni Horn

Thu 04 Jul
Hong Kong: Hauser & Wirth Special Screening: “Paradox” and “Donald Judd”
London: Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art Intimations of Immortality: An Evening of Persian Poetry with Narguess Farzad + guests at SOAS University of London
London: Camden Arts Centre Introductory Talk: Jason Andrew, Wong Ping & George Vasey
London: Zabludowicz Collection Performance: World Receivers

Fri 05 Jul
London: Serpentine Gallery COS x Serpentine Galleries Park Nights 2019: Precious Okoyomon, The End of the World
Somerset: Hauser & Wirth Curating Private Art Collections: 2019 International Curatorial Symposium

Sat 06 Jul
London: Richard Saltoun Tantric Yoga
London: Victoria Miro Exhibition walkthrough: Eleanor Nairne, Curator, Barbican Centre, with Flora Yukhnovich
London: Serpentine Galleries Saturday Talks: Natalia Grabowska on Serpentine Pavilion 2019
Somerset: Hauser & Wirth Somerset Spotlight Talk on Sylvia Sleigh

Sun 07 Jul
London: Zabludowicz Collection Invites Artist's Presentation: Richard Ayodeji Ikhide

exhibitions opening

Edinburgh auctions
Bonhams Edinburgh: Asian Art

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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
Camden Arts Centre: Elizabeth Murray: Flying Bye
bold colours, biomorphic shapes, cut-outs and abstract domestic subjects in the American artist’s first institutional exhibition in the UK
Camden Arts Centre: Wong Ping: Heart Digger
across both gallery venues, the Hong Kong born artist’s first solo institutional exhibition in the UK showcases his most recent animated films installed within his bespoke installation environments
Camden Arts Centre at Cork St: Wong Ping: Heart Digger
across both gallery venues, the Hong Kong born artist’s first solo institutional exhibition in the UK showcases his most recent animated films installed within his bespoke installation environments
Delfina Foundation: Nasser Al Salem: Amma Baad
curated by Maya El Khalil and presented in partnership with Shubbak Festival, sculptural objects and works on paper in Al Salem’s first solo exhibition in the UK
Lisson Gallery: Afterimage: Dangdai Yishu
curator Victor Wang offers a fresh interpretation and alternate trajectory for the development and genealogy of dangdai yishu (the Chinese phrase for “contemporary art”) as an open and discursive term rather than a temporal or geographical definition
l’étrangère: Summer Project. I'M STAYING
centred around Shaun C. Badham’s neon of the same title, the summer project will engage with the local community to translate “I’m Staying” into their native languages and gradually fill the gallery's walls with a meditation on what makes a place home
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.”
Modern Art Helmet Row: Lois Dodd
a major exhibition of paintings spanning the last six decades of the artist’s career in her first exhibition with the gallery and her first survey outside America

London auctions
Bonhams London, Knightsbridge:
Modern British and Irish Art Wed, 3 Jul (viewing 30 Jun-3 Jul)
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
Old Master Paintings Wed, 3 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-3 Jul)
Sotheby’s London:
Old Masters Evening Sale Wed, 3 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-3 Jul)
Ancient Sculpture and Works of Art Tue, 2 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-2 Jul)
19th Century European Paintings Tue, 9 Jul (viewing 6-9 Jul)
Old Master Sculpture & Works of Art Tue, 2 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-2 Jul)
Old Master & British Works on Paper Wed, 3 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-2 Jul)
Old Masters Day Sale Thu, 4 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-3 Jul)

New York
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Halsey McKay Gallery: Bianca Beck & Susan Tepper
Halsey McKay Gallery: Tim Bergstrom
Nahmad Contemporary: Kurt Schwitters: A Selection of Collages
featuring the works of 20th century’s great master of collage and forefather of assemblage, the exhibition highlights a collection of abstract collages that the artist created between the 1920s and 1940s

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?

St. Moritz
Hauser & Wirth St. Mortiz: Material Actions
inaugurating the gallery’s first summer season in St. Moritz, an exhibition of modern and contemporary works by important female artists

Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier: Gelatin & Liam Gillick. Stinking Dawn
based on a film script written by Gillick for the occasion, Gelatin will transform the Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier into a movie set and filming will commence on the opening night

Vienna auctions
Tribal Art Mon, 8 Jul (viewing 3-8 Jul)

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Rebecca Allan and Dean Fleming @ David Richard Gallery  ·  Mokha Laget @ David Richard Gallery  ·  Portraits @ Skarstedt  ·  Nuno Ramos @ Kogan Amaro  ·  Valentin Carron @ 303 Gallery  ·  Nunzio @ Mazzoleni  ·  Abstract or not @ Olivier Malingue  ·  Sven Lukin @ Hollis Taggart  ·  Imran Qureshi @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac  ·  Antonella Zazzera @ Jeanne Bucher Jaeger  ·  Rachel Rossin @ Zabludowicz Collection

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exhibitions closing

Annely Juda Fine Art: Anthony Caro: Seven Decades
an exhibition of works by Sir Anthony Caro spanning seven decades of his career including early pieces from the 1950s through to his last works in 2013
Annka Kultys Gallery: Signe Pierce: Digital Streams of an Uploadable Consciousness: Stories 2016-2019
Pierce’s practice encompasses performance, video, photography, writing and digital installations to question gender, identity, sexuality and reality within an increasingly digital world
Brun Fine Art: A Taste for Sculpture VI
important sculptures dating from the 15th to the 20th century
Drawing Room: Modern Nature
an exploration of our interaction and fascination with plants in relation to aspects of social change, personal well-being and scientific research through works by artists including Hilma af Klint, Margaret Mee and Christine Ödlund
Flowers Gallery, Cork Street: Lucy Jones: Landscape and Inscape
Large Glass: Mark Ruwedel / Cesare Fabbri
Lévy Gorvy London: Un art autre
an insight into the allure of Paris in the 1950s and 60s, a hub of cross-cultural exchange, intellectual activity and artistic re-invention
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
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
Zabludowicz Collection: World Receivers
two foundational artists - Cindy Sherman and Isa Genzken - with fourteen younger voices expose personal, creative and social influence across generations
Zabludowicz Collection: Rachel Rossin: Stalking the Trace
the first UK solo exhibition by American artist Rachel Rossin - whose work examines how traces of the body can be felt within the ephemerality of digital technology - featuring an ambitious new multi-user iteration of “The Sky is a Gap”

Tolarno Galleries: Dan Moynihan: Mixed Emotions

Cardi Gallery: Dan Flavin
fourteen sculptures - from the late 60s to the 90s - showcasing four decades of the artist’s research into color, light and sculptural space

New York
Gagosian 976 Madison Avenue: Desert Painters of Australia: Works from the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia and the Collection of Steve Martin and Anne Stringfield
a special exhibition of contemporary Indigenous Australian painting from two significant American collections
Halsey McKay Gallery: Richard Tinkler: Widening Circles
Tinkler’s first show with the gallery presents new paintings that employ repetition as a catalyst
Halsey McKay Gallery: Glen Baldridge: No Way
Baldridge’s paintings extrapolate age-old paper marbling techniques to make abstract paintings of camouflaged texts
Jane Lombard Gallery: Teppei Kaneuji: Plastic Barricade
Luxembourg & Dayan New York: Irma Blank: Painting Between the Lines

Palm Beach
Findlay Galleries Palm Beach: Asian Art

Gagosian Le Bourget: Michael Heizer
Heizer’s earth-moving constructions, paintings, and drawings explore the dynamics of positive and negative space
Galerie Bernard Bouche: Etienne Martin - Marthe Wery - Peter Joseph

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Dale Frank

Kogan Amaro: Nuno Ramos: Blazing Sun
two vigorous large-format paintings and thirteen drawings by the São Paulo artist

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