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special events this week

Wed 26 Jun
New York special event: Hauser & Wirth Artist’s Choice Summer Film Series: “Tropical Maylady”, selected by Lorna Simpson
London special event: Alan Cristea Gallery Mick Moon Private view & book launch

Thu 27 Jun
Somerset talk: Hauser & Wirth Conversations on Collecting: The Art Fund with Sarah Philp
London special event: Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art Film screenings curated by Dr Azadeh Fatehrad + discussion with Professor Griselda Pollock
New York tour: Gagosian West Jeff Wall exhibition tour with artist James Welling and film director and writer Jane Weinstock

Fri 28 Jun
London special event: Mayfair Art Weekend Gallery HOP!
London talk: Hauser & Wirth Artist Talk: Keith Tyson and Ben Luke
London book launch: Mazzoleni Catalogue Launch: Nunzio: The Shock of Objectivity
London special event: Victoria Miro Howardena Pindell Breakfast viewing and talk by Dr Anna Lovatt
Somerset tour: Hauser & Wirth Unconscious Landscape. Works from the Ursula Hauser Collection

Sat 29 Jun
London special event: Mayfair Art Weekend
London special event: Olivier Malingue Abstract or not Breakfast viewing
London special event: Hauser & Wirth Conversations of Art and Land
Hong Kong tour: Gagosian Marc Newson exhibition tour with Senior Director Han-I Wang
London tour: Mazzoleni Nunzio: The Shock of Objectivity led by Exhibition and Fair Associate Alberto Rigoni
London talk: Richard Saltoun Penny Slinger in conversation with Hettie Judah
London special event: Galerie Max Hetzler Raymond Hains: Infinite Conversations Exhibition Tour and Breakfast
London special event: Lyndsey Ingram Screen printing workshop with the artist

Sun 30 Jun
London special event: Mayfair Art Weekend
Los Angeles special event: Hauser & Wirth Art21 Screening: Luchita Hurtado 
London talk: Bastian Stephanie Dieckvoss in conversation with Aeneas Bastian
London special event: Richard Saltoun Tantric Yoga

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


exhibitions opening


Cyclades, Greece
Kastro, Antiparos: Shara Hughes: At Arm’s Length 
Hughes’ paintings create a mesmerizing effect, pulling the viewer into and pushing them away from the landscapes, opening up a utopian space of meditation

Edinburgh auctions
Bonhams Edinburgh:
HOME & Interiors Wed, 26 Jun (viewing 23-26 Jun)

Humlebæk
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Homeless Souls
art’s ability to portray our times as it bears witness and focusses on urgent agendas in a world marked by migration, conflict, upheaval and general instability

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London
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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
Barakat Gallery: Unglazed
eight millennia of ceramic art from around the world, emphasising how diverse cultures have transformed clay into myriad forms for thousands of years
Brun Fine Art: A Taste for Sculpture VI
important sculptures dating from the 15th to the 20th century
Delfina Foundation: Nasser Al Salem: Amma Baad
sculptural objects and works on paper in Al Salem’s first solo exhibition in the UK
Laure Genillard Gallery: Dean Hughes
new works, made by printing coffee rings onto paper, exemplify Hughes’ engagement with everyday items and replacing their primary functions with new, personal meaning
Modern Art Vyner Street: Mark Handforth: TRASH CAN CANDLES
new works in Handforth’s first solo show with Modern Art, and in London, explore the ways culture shows itself through signs and symbols in the urban landscape
Nick Holmes FINE ART: Fred Ingrams: Edge of Landscape
Nicoletti Contemporary: Page Not Found
the exhibition makes examples of errors and brings together two Berlin-based artists, Douglas Boatwright and Marike Schuurman, both exhibiting for the first time in London
Richard Saltoun: Penny Slinger: Tantric Transformations
a self-proclaimed “Feminist Surrealist”, Slinger’s first exhibition with the gallery celebrates her development of Tantric art through collage, Xerox body prints and photographs
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
Whitechapel Gallery: Helen Cammock: Che si può fare?
the result of Max Mara Art Prize winner Cammock’s six-month journey across Italy to explore the history of vocal music from 17th century baroque to jazz and blues

London auctions
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
Modern & Contemporary Art Thu, 27 Jun (viewing 22-27 Jun)
Sotheby’s London:
Ancient Sculpture and Works of Art Tue, 2 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-2 Jul)
Old Master Sculpture & Works of Art Tue, 2 Jul (viewing 29 Jun-2 Jul)
Contemporary Art Day Auction Thu, 27 Jun (viewing 22-26 Jun)
Contemporary Art Evening Auction Wed, 26 Jun (viewing 22-26 Jun)

Los Angeles
Roberts Projects: Zhao Zhao: Control
Zhao uses the gourd, an object imbued with a long historical and cultural legacy in China, as a theme to inspect China’s contemporary profile and the socio-political consequences of free will

New York
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Blain|Southern: Herbert Zangs: Plus Minus
spanning several decades of the German artist’s career, the exhibition features key works from the 1950s and 1970s, including his monochromatic “Whitenings” paintings, object-collages and works that demonstrate his frequent use of mathematical signs
Eva Presenhuber: Lee Jaffe: Jean-Michel Basquiat
photographs and paintings by Jaffe centering on his friendship, travel and collaborations with Basquiat
Fergus McCaffrey: Richard Nonas: all, at once
“I don’t want answers from art. I want more questions. What interests me is uncertainty …; almost-clarity about not-quite-confusion” - Nonas
Findlay Galleries: Summer Highlights - Works on Paper
Galeria Nara Roesler New York: The Woman Who Walks With Me
work by Brígida Baltar, Cristina Canale and Karin Lambrecht examines the poetics at the core of the three artists’ practices as they engage with the body, the notion of female identity and its stereotypes, and memory of family and origin
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 
Lévy Gorvy: Visible Traces (Mountain Water Air)
curating a selection of her own paintings alongside a vast range of other artists' works, Pat Steir asks the question: at what point does an image become abstract?
Lisson Gallery 10th Ave: Painters Reply: Experimental Painting in the 1970s and now
curated by Alex Glauber and Alex Logsdail - and covering both the gallery’s New York spaces - the works in this group exhibition explore experimental painting practices from the 1970’s to today
Lisson Gallery W 24th St: Painters Reply: Experimental Painting in the 1970s and now
curated by Alex Glauber and Alex Logsdail - and covering both the gallery’s New York spaces - the works in this group exhibition explore experimental painting practices from the 1970’s to today
Michael Werner, Upper East Side: James Lee Byars
concurrently with the exhibition at the gallery in London, an exhibition of works by James Lee Byars
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
Simon Lee New York: Studio Photography: 1887-2019
a wide-ranging survey exhibition featuring work by a diverse group of artists whose studio-based practices span the past 130 years
Sotheby’s New York: Inspired by Chatsworth: A Selling Exhibition
artworks and objects inspired by the country house aesthetic, on show alongside Treasures from Chatsworth: The Exhibition

New York auctions
Sotheby’s New York:
BENT. Thu, 27 Jun (viewing 19-26 Jun)

Paris auctions
Sotheby’s Paris:

Provence, France
Château La Coste: Don McCullin: Southern Frontiers 
large-scale photographs from McCullin’s journeys to the fringes of the Roman Empire

São Paulo
Luciana Brito Galeria: Fotografia Moderna

Seoul
Gallery Hyundai: Kim Sung Yoon: Arrangement
in a continuation of his practice utilizing art historical archives as the foundation of creative pursuits, the exhibition highlights over forty new works that reinterpret the meaning of the flower still life genre in a contemporary context

Sydney auctions
Bonhams Sydney:
Important Australian Art Wed, 26 Jun (viewing 21-25 Jun)

Vienna
Galerie Ernst Hilger: Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed: Sic transit gloria mundi
Galerie Krinzinger: Franz Graf: Eventhe flowers cannot choosetheircolor
new big format works on wood continue Graf’s unique creation of word and font design to generate a completely independent pictorial language
Krinzinger Projekte: Angelika Krinzinger: Im Detail

Vienna auctions
Dorotheum:
Modern and Contemporary Art Thu, 27 Jun (viewing 19-27 Jun)


 
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exhibitions closing

Geneva
Mamco: Mail Art

Hong Kong
David Zwirner, Hong Kong: Thomas Ruff: Transforming Photography
Simon Lee Hong Kong: Garth Weiser
New paintings by Weiser, which celebrate and interrogate the possibilities of the genre through his unorthodox and exploratory approach to surface, dimensionality and perception
Sotheby‘s Hong Kong: Vision of Hong Kong from Two Generations: Yau Leung | Lee Ka-sing

London
Alice Black: Brian Maguire: Conflicts of Interest
a new body of work tracing Maguire’s four-decade arc with an unsparing focus on the underlying socio-political forces at work around the world today
Bonhams London, New Bond Street: Surfaces
Marlborough: Selected Works from the Collection of Holly Solomon 1968-1981
Curated by Thomas Solomon, the exhibition documents new directions in contemporary American art and illuminates how Holly Solomon embarked on building an art collection reflecting one of the most radical periods of change in modern art.
Modern Art Helmet Row: Yngve Holen: Corpus Quality
Holen’s exhibition is focused on “The Legends of Chima”, a line of action figures for children introduced to the market by LEGO in 2013 and discontinued in 2015
Nick Holmes FINE ART: Fred Ingrams: Edge of Landscape

Milan
Cortesi Gallery, Milan: Zagreb Calling: Ivan Picelj, Vjenceslav Richter and Julije Knifer
more than forty pictorial, sculptural and graphic works in an exhibition dedicated to three artists of the 60s and 70s

New York
Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art: Contemporary American Works on Paper
Di Donna: Surrealism in Mexico
an exhibition that explores the robust creative moment that emerged between 1940 and 1955 as an international community of artists fled World War II in Europe and settled in Mexico
Findlay Galleries: Gilles Gorriti
Recent works by French Modernist painter Gilles Gorriti continue his exploration of the full colour spectrum.
Gagosian Madison Avenue: Picasso’s Women: Fernande to Jacqueline. A tribute to John Richardson
An exhibition of paintings and sculptures that attest to the central role and influence of the many women in Picasso's life.
Galerie Buchholz: Henrik Olesen
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.

Palm Beach
Findlay Galleries Palm Beach: Asian Artist

Vienna
Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer: Small Fishes Swim Around Inside of Large Fishes. New paintings by James English Leary
a suite of works which continue the artist’s interest in the transposition of painted space into shaped grounds
Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer: The Picture is a Forest
organised by James English Leary, a group show of works that exemplify painting’s unique disposition to engage strategies of scale and space in the conjuring of intimacies and immensities

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