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GalleriesNow 9 Jul 2019

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special events

Tue 09 Jul
London: David Zwirner Oscar Murillo in Conversation with John Slyce

Wed 10 Jul
New York: Hauser & Wirth Artist’s Choice Summer Film Series: ‘The Witness’, selected by Rita Ackermann

Thu 11 Jul
Somerset: Hauser & Wirth Conversations on Collecting: How to Start A Collection with Freya Mitton
Hong Kong: Hauser & Wirth Special Screening: Bruce Nauman - Make Me Think

Fri 12 Jul
London: Serpentine Gallery COS x Serpentine Galleries Park Nights 2019: Jakob Kudsk Steensen
London: Hayward Gallery Kiss My Genders – Live. An evening of performance, poetry, screenings and discussion

Sat 13 Jul
London: Hayward Gallery Poetry Workshop with Dean Atta
London: Richard Saltoun Tantric Yoga


exhibitions opening

Edinburgh auctions
Bonhams Edinburgh:
Asian Art Thu, 11 Jul (viewing 8-11 Jul)

Hong Kong
David Zwirner, Hong Kong: Singing the Body Electric
Simon Lee, Hong Kong: Out for Summer
Qian Jiahua, Guo Hongwei and Lin Yi-Hsuan explore the practice of painting presented through the lens of nostalgia - a celebration of the quotidian, and of the fleeting

London
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Annely Juda Fine Art: Summer Exhibition
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
Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road: Her Ground: Women Photographing Landscape
Hollybush Gardens: Curves to the Apple
works by Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Andrea Büttner, Dorothy Iannone, Reto Pulfer and Dieter Roth
Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery: Where Were You at Night
Olga de Amaral, Tonico Lemos Auad, Gordon Baldwin, Jagoda Buić, Leonardo Drew, Françoise Grossen, Kim Lim, Lawson Oyekan, Carole Seborovski, Shiro Tsujimura and Shelagh Wakely in the second in a trilogy of exhibitions around a work of literature
Tornabuoni Art London: Omar Galliani: Chiaroscuro: a Symphony in Graphite
Galliani’s first solo show in the UK - “All my work runs along the thin blade that holds the threads of history tight in its fist”

London auctions
Bonhams London, Knightsbridge:
British and European Art Wed, 10 Jul (viewing 7-10 Jul)
Sotheby’s London:
19th Century European Paintings Tue, 9 Jul (viewing 6-9 Jul)
19th & 20th Century Sculpture Wed, 10 Jul (viewing 6-10 Jul)

Melbourne
Tolarno Galleries: Rosemary Laing: skyground

New York
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David Richard Gallery: Todd Arsenault and Kristopher Benedict: Surly Puppet
Arsenault and Benedict’s collaborative paintings question the concept and definition of the “artist’s voice”
Galerie Buchholz: Andy Warhol: From “THE HOUSE THAT went to TOWN”
Jane Lombard Gallery: A Body of Work

Paris
Fondation Cartier: Trees
organized around several large ensembles of works, an exhibition giving voice to numerous figures who have developed a strong, intimate link with trees, revealing the beauty and biological wealth of these great protagonists of the living world

Sydney
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


 
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Steven Parrino @ Skarstedt
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exhibitions closing

Basel
Gagosian Basel: Continuing Abstraction
inaugurating the new space, an exhibition that explores the trajectory of abstraction in the United States and Europe from the immediate postwar period to the present

Berlin
FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Sara-Lena Maierhofer: The Object Remains

London
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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
Blain|Southern, Hanover Sq: Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Mariner’s Meadow
sixteen previously unseen paintings, in which the artist focuses on the sea and its relation to the human subconscious
GAO Gallery: Ma Jianfeng: Treasure Island
kamel mennour, London: Latifa Echakhch: Magnolias
Echakhch has conceived of a scenario with nostalgic evocations, a recomposed landscape, artificial and imagined, where the artworks, like fragments of scenery, seem to hang suspended in the diffuse time of memory and dreams
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art: allele. New works by Thomas Müller
rosenfeld porcini: Contemplating the Spiritual in Contemporary Art
Simon Lee London: Marilyn Minter
Minter’s first solo exhibition with the gallery debuts her latest video work alongside her hyper-realist paintings.
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.
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.
Tornabuoni Art London: The Unbearable Lightness of Being
juxtaposing works by artists of different generations and nationalities and creating new dialogues between them

Milan
Massimo De Carlo, Milan / Lombardia: MCMXXXIV
named after the date in which Casa Corbellini-Wassermann began construction, the opening exhibition of this new space re-emphasises a parallel vision of history, fusing elements of historicism with modernity

New York
303 Gallery: Valentin Carron: Sing Loud And Walk Fast
In a series of nine new collages, Carron upends the platitudes of the ready-made to question identity.
David Richard Gallery: Rebecca Allan and Dean Fleming: Landscape Medicine
Allan and Fleming share a dedication to revealing the healing power of the natural world through their paintings.
David Richard Gallery: Mokha Laget: Polychrome Polygons
Laget’s paintings push the boundaries of visual perception and embody her synergistic approach to colour, geometric abstraction, hard edge painting, Colour Field painting and architecture.
David Zwirner 20th St: Joan Mitchell: I carry my landscapes around with me
Findlay Galleries: Isabelle de Ganay
Findlay Galleries: Contemporary Group Exhibition
Skarstedt 64th St: Steven Parrino: Paintings & Drawings 1986 - 2003
the first solo exhibition of Parrino’s work at the gallery’s newly opened second Upper East Side location.

Paris
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Marais: John Cage: Ryoanji
uniting John Cage’s influential practice as a composer and as a visual artist, an installation devoted to his celebrated Ryoanji series from the early 1980s
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

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
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

Seoul
Kukje Gallery K2: Ugo Rondinone: earthing
Kukje Gallery K3: Ugo Rondinone: earthing

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