GalleriesNow 19 Jun 2018
Timothy Taylor David Zwirner Lisson Gallery Roberts Projects
Mignoni Blain|Southern Sophia Contemporary Robilant + Voena

new VR views this week

Smooth Transitions @ Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Mary Corse @ Lisson Gallery
A.R. Penck @ Michael Werner
Doug Aitken @ Galerie Eva Presenhuber
John Baldessari @ Mai 36 Galerie
Burri @ Mazzoleni
Howard Smith @ Jane Lombard Gallery
Frank Auerbach @ Timothy Taylor
Richard Long @ Lisson Gallery
Marcus Harvey @ Paul Stolper
Dom Sylvester Houédard @ Lisson Gallery
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special events this week

Tue 19 Jun
London, special event: Delfina Foundation open studio event, How Can Large Mountains Enter Small Ice?

Wed 20 Jun
London, special event: Drawing Room Forum: The End of Human Magic, conceived by David Musgrave
New York, panel discussion: ICP Museum Seeing through Difference: Speculating Alternative Futures Sheila Pree Bright and Danny Wilcox Frazier with Paul Rogers

Sat 23 Jun
Pistoia, tour: SpazioA 10 Years of Love
New York, panel discussion: Sean Kelly Gallery Mariane Ibrahim in conversation with Alexandra Karakashian, Aboubakar Fofana, Lawrence Lemaoana, and Zohra Opoku
Pistoia, performances: SpazioA Ode de Kort / Chiara Camoni / Graham Watling
London, talk: Serpentine Gallery Saturday Talks: Rebecca Lewin on the 2018 Pavilion
London, screening: Zabludowicz Collection Late Nights: Sleep Sick at Everyman Screen on the Green

exhibitions opening

Galleria Continua Beijing: Michelangelo Pistoletto - preview Sat, 23 Jun

MCA Chicago: I Was Raised on the Internet

Zilberman Gallery: Young Fresh Different IX - opens Tue, 26 Jun

Alan Cristea Gallery: Richard Woods: The Ideal Home Exhibition - preview Wed, 20 Jun
new sculptures, paintings and prints which look at notions of taste and the cult of home improvement
Alan Cristea Gallery: Print Project Space: Royal Academicians in Focus - opens Thu, 21 Jun
recent work of Royal Academicians including Yinka Shonibare MBE, Antony Gormley, Michael Craig-Martin, David Nash and Emma Stibbon
Barbican: Dorothea Lange / Vanessa Winship
Cardi Gallery, London: Difference and Affinity - preview Tue, 19 Jun
works from the 60s and 70s by four of the most pre-eminent Italian Conceptual artists: Vincenzo Agnetti, Alighiero Boetti, Giulio Paolini and Emilio Prini
Flowers Gallery, Cork Street: Artist of the Day 2018 - opens Mon, 25 Jun
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London: Land of Lads, Land of Lashes - preview Mon, 25 Jun
for the first time in the UK, works by three pioneering Minimal and Post-Minimal female artists of the 60s and 70s: Rosemarie Castoro, Lydia Okumura and Wanda Czelkowska - curated by Anke Kempkes
Pilar Corrias: Keren Cytter: Killing Time Machine
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery: Hypnagogia - preview Thu, 21 Jun
Repetto Gallery: Christo and Jeanne-Claude: reveal - opens Thu, 21 Jun
a retrospective of some of the most representative projects realised by Christo and Jeanne-Claude over a period of about forty years
Robilant + Voena, London: Society Portraits - opens Wed, 20 Jun
Serpentine Gallery: Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Barrels and The Mastaba 1958-2018 - opens Tue, 19 Jun
a major exhibition of the artists’ work, drawing specifically on their use of barrels, and coinciding with Christo’s first outdoor public work in the UK
Skarstedt, London: Richard Prince: Early Joke Paintings - preview Mon, 25 Jun
spanning the period 1988 – 1992, this is the first opportunity to view a dedicated exhibition of this important body of work in the UK
Tornabuoni Art London: Italy - USA - preview Mon, 25 Jun
the exhibition highlights the special link that existed between the New York and Italian art scenes in the post-war years by drawing parallels between artists who collaborated or inspired each other from either side of the Atlantic
Victoria Miro Mayfair: Alex Hartley: The Houses - preview Wed, 20 Jun
new wall-based works inspired by iconic examples of modernist domestic architecture
VIGO: Tree
Zabludowicz Collection: Invites: Guy Oliver - preview Thu, 21 Jun
a continuing exploration of the relationship between comedy and tragedy within contemporary popular culture

London auctions
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
Prints and Multiples Tue, 26 Jun (viewing 23-26 Jun)
Christie’s London, King Street:
Modern British Art Evening Sale Tue, 19 Jun (viewing 15-19 Jun)
Modern British Art Day sale Wed, 20 Jun (viewing 15-19 Jun)
Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale Wed, 20 Jun (viewing 15-20 Jun)
Impressionist and Modern Art Day Sale Thu, 21 Jun (viewing 15-20 Jun)
Impressionist & Modern Works on Paper Thu, 21 Jun (viewing 15-20 Jun)
Sotheby‘s London:
Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale Tue, 19 Jun (viewing 14-19 Jun)
Impressionist & Modern Art Day Sale Wed, 20 Jun (viewing 14-19 Jun)
Contemporary Art Evening Auction Tue, 26 Jun (viewing 14-26 Jun)

New York
Almine Rech Gallery New York: Cliche - preview Wed, 20 Jun
organised with Bill Powers: “how should we define cliche today? The betrayal of originality…. An overused motif…. Genericism as a byproduct of ubiquity….”
Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art: Lisbeth McCoy: Selected Works, 2010-2018 - preview Thu, 21 Jun
Eva Presenhuber, New York: Martha Diamond: Cityscapes - preview Fri, 22 Jun
a group of soaring, wet-on-wet oil paintings that evoke the skyscrapers of Manhattan, in the artist’s first exhibition with the gallery
Nancy Hoffman Gallery: Flowering - opens Thu, 21 Jun
New Museum: John Akomfrah: Signs of Empire
New Museum: Thomas Bayrle: Playtime
Sean Kelly Gallery: Ravelled Threads - preview Thu, 21 Jun
a thematic exhibition of recent work by ten artists from Africa utilizing fabric to create textiles, weavings, embroidery, performances and installations

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Marais: Jason Martin: New Pigments - opens Fri, 22 Jun
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin: It Comes In Waves - preview Sat, 23 Jun
works by fifteen artists who explore the wave as a motif, metaphor and force
Palais de Tokyo: Childhood: Another banana day for the dream-fish
Palais de Tokyo: Bronwyn Katz: A Silent Line, Lives Here
Palais de Tokyo: Julieta García Vazquez
Palais de Tokyo: Laure Prouvost: Ring, Sing and Drink for Trespassing
Palais de Tokyo: Parallel Chronicles: Exhibition by the winners of Audi talents 2017

SpazioA: 10 Years of Love - preview Sat, 23 Jun
a celebration of SpazioA’s anniversary in the company of the friends and artists who have followed and supported the gallery over the last 10 years

Rio de Janeiro
Galeria Nara Roesler Rio de Janeiro: Marcos Chaves: Sendo dado - preview Thu, 21 Jun
Chaves revisits and develops his installation piece Eu só vendo a vista - first shown at Rio’s Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in 2017

T293: Predatory behavior - preview Thu, 21 Jun
with works by Julie Curtiss, Petrit Halilaj, Lin May Saeed, Virginia Russolo, Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio and Sophie Vallance

São Paulo
Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo: Bruno Dunley: No Meio - preview Sat, 23 Jun
twenty-four works created by Dunley between 2015 and 2018, together with a text by Tadeu Chiarelli
Galeria Nara Roesler São Paulo: Fabio Miguez: Fragmentos do Real (Atalhos) - preview Sat, 23 Jun
an ongoing series of works that showcase elements present in Miguez’s practice, elements at once unique and repeated in sub-series of formal and chromatic variations

Sydney auctions
Bonhams Sydney:

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exhibitions closing

Blain|Southern, Potsdamer Str.: Frank Thiel: Quinceañeras - closes Sat, 23 Jun
the Cuban tradition of lavish coming-of-age celebrations becomes a metaphor for the shifting social and economic climate of Havana
Blain|Southern, Potsdamer Str.: Liliane Tomasko: a dream of - closes Sat, 23 Jun
new paintings in Tomasko’s first exhibition with the gallery

Camden Arts Centre: Ian White: Any frame is a thrown voice
Camden Arts Centre: Sadie Benning: Sleep Rock
Flowers Gallery, Cork Street: Claerwen James - closes Sat, 23 Jun
Frith Street Gallery, Golden Square: Juan Uslé: Open Night
Frith Street Gallery, Soho Square: Bill Walton
kamel mennour, London: Cameron Jamie - closes Sat, 23 Jun
in his first solo exhibition at the gallery, a new series of ceramic works which Jamie has expanded and merged into his own personal language as an extension of his graphic and sculptural disciplines
Lisson Gallery: Richard Long: Circle to Circle - closes Sat, 23 Jun
“I can make a circle of words, I can make a circle of stones, I can make a circle of mud with my hands on a wall, I can walk in a circle for one hundred miles. It is a completely adaptable image and form and system” Richard Long
Lisson Gallery: Mary Corse - closes Sat, 23 Jun
both new and historically significant work in the US Minimalist/Abstract Expressionist’s first major UK solo exhibition
Sophia Contemporary Gallery: Uncanny Memories - closes Sat, 23 Jun
young artists exploring the themes of the uncanny and surrealism through a variety of media
The Sladmore Gallery: Troubetzkoy: Twenty-five Years of Celebrities in Bronze - closes Fri, 22 Jun

Los Angeles
Roberts Projects: Michael Dopp: Shining Desert - closes Sat, 23 Jun
“I thought about your new ceramics some more, and in my mind I keep hearing these two words: Shining Desert” - Marcus Herse
Roberts Projects: Tragedy Plus Time - closes Sat, 23 Jun
organized by Michael Dopp, a group show in the Project Room with sculptural pieces by Nevine Mahmoud, Krista Mary Martin, Thomas McDonell and Mark Verabioff

Robilant + Voena, Milan: Emilio Scanavino: Dialoghi inediti - closes Tue, 26 Jun

New York
Boers-Li Gallery: Ulay: Renais Sense
David Zwirner 19th St: Jordan Wolfson: Riverboat song - closes Sat, 23 Jun
Gagosian Madison Avenue: Hao Liang: Portraits and Wonders - closes Sat, 23 Jun
new works in Hao’s first solo exhibition in the US - intricate, masterfully painted Chinese ink landscapes and portraits which consider the perpetual flux of nature and time
Gagosian Madison Avenue: Urs Fischer: Sōtatsu - closes Sat, 23 Jun
inspired by the early seventeenth-century Japanese artist, a suite of nine paintings exploring the ways that space and gesture can be divided, stretched, opened, and closed
Jane Lombard Gallery: Howard Smith: 1 + 1 + 1 ... paintings and works on paper - closes Sat, 23 Jun
Mignoni Gallery: An Eccentric View: Tauba Auerbach, Jo Baer, Marsha Cottrell, Tara Donovan, Eva Hesse, Kathleen Jacobs, Yayoi Kusama, Agnes Martin, Mira Schendel - closes Sat, 23 Jun
works from the mid-60s through to the present day by nine women, from different generations, with key overlapping and shared concerns
Timothy Taylor: Frank Auerbach: Landscapes and Portraits - closes Sat, 23 Jun
in the first NY show devoted to Auerbach since 2006, a collection of portraits of some of the artist’s favorite sitters alongside paintings of North London landscapes

Galerie Nikolaus Ruzicska: There Will Be Light - closes Sat, 23 Jun
curated by Axel Hütte, an exhibition with Katlen Hewel, Ola Kohlemainen, Martina Wolf and Hütte


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