GalleriesNow 5 Jun 2018
Almine Rech Fondation Cartier Skarstedt, London Semiose
Cortesi Gallery, Milan Nahmad Contemporary FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph Mnuchin Gallery

new VR views this week

Five Years at Nahmad Contemporary @ Nahmad Contemporary
Light and Movement in European Post-War Art @ Cortesi Gallery
David Maisel @ Yancey Richardson Gallery
Bernard Frize @ Simon Lee London
Daido Moriyama @ Hamiltons

special events this week

Wed 06 Jun
Milan - special event @ Cortesi Gallery Finissage & presentation of Gianfranco Pardi's monograph
London - talk @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Joseph Beuys: A Transformative Force Today

Fri 08 Jun
London - talk @ National Gallery In Conversation: Ed Ruscha & Christopher Riopelle
Zürich - special eventZürich Art Weekend

Sat 09 Jun
Hong Kong - tour @ David Zwirner, Hong Kong Tour of the exhibition with Director Jennifer Yum
London - special event @ Zabludowicz Collection Exhibition Introduction
London - tour @ Victoria Miro Mayfair With Laura Smith, Curator
London - special event @ Peckhamplex Serpentine Cinema: Sophio Medoidze, Ab-Joy
Zürich - talk @ Mai 36 Galerie John Baldessari by Matt Mullican
Zürich - special eventZürich Art Weekend

Sun 10 Jun
London - talk @ Sotheby‘s London ‘The Journey of Making: Howard Hodgkin Working on Paper’ with Andrew Smith
London - talk @ Sotheby's ‘Modernism in Britain: Hepworth, Moore & Nicholson’ with Richard Cork
London - talk @ Sotheby's ‘Stanley Spencer: Heaven on Earth’ with Carolyn Leder
London - talk @ Sotheby's ‘The Art of William Scott’ with Robert Scott
Zürich - special eventZürich Art Weekend

Tue 12 Jun
London - tour @ Drawing Room A Slice through the World - Curators’ and artists’ tour
London - talk
@ Serpentine Gallery Frida Escobedo in conversation

exhibitions opening

Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Masatoshi Masanobu - preview Sat, 9 Jun
"lines and shapes as they appear in nature, colours as substance"
Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Sadaharu Horio - preview Sat, 9 Jun
new works along with historical pieces from the 1960s when Horio was a member of the Gutai Art Association
Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Marco Tirelli - preview Sat, 9 Jun
large-scale solo exhibition of the Italian artist's works, running in parallel with the gallery's Hong Kong exhibition

Laleh June Galerie: 10 Years Laleh June - preview Mon, 11 Jun

Contemporary Fine Arts: Gert & Uwe Tobias: Not Enough Room to Swing a Cat
Galerie Guido W. Baudach: blank
Galerie Max Hetzler, Bleibtreustr.: Artists Books Editions
KW Institute for Contemporary Art: 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art: We don’t need another hero
PSM gallery: Tabita Rezaire: Riding Infinity

Hong Kong auctions
Sotheby‘s Hong Kong:
 CURATED: TURN IT UP Fri, 8 Jun (viewing 3-8 Jun)

Almine Rech Gallery London: Agustín Cárdenas - opens Tue, 5 Jun
Cárdenas’s work embodies a range of perspectives and influences while emphasising neither contradiction nor separation. This is the memory of the future
David Zwirner, London: Carol Bove - preview Thu, 7 Jun
Gagosian Davies St: Franz West: Sisyphos Sculptures - preview Thu, 7 Jun
three large papier-mâché sculptures - like archeological specimens, they are mottled, earthy fragments, coagulating beneath layers of viscous paint
ICA: Julie Becker: I must create a Master Piece to pay the Rent
Large Glass: ‘A Coin In Nine Hands’ Part 7: Helen Mirra (Standard Incomparable) - preview Thu, 7 Jun
Massimo De Carlo, London: Rob Pruitt: American Quilts 2018 - preview Thu, 7 Jun
Newport Street Gallery: True Colours: Helen Beard, Sadie Laska, Boo Saville - opens Wed, 6 Jun
‘True Colours’ brings together three emerging artists that, despite using paint in very different ways, all share an interest in exploring the possibilities of colour
Olivier Malingue: Heinz Mack - opens Thu, 7 Jun
exploring Mack's practice from 1954 to 1968, prior to the founding of the ZERO group and through to its peak
Ordovas: Flowers - opens Fri, 8 Jun
 'Flowers' focuses on the significance of this enduring subject in post-war and
 contemporary art. Including an Alexander Calder mobile on display in the UK for the first

rosenfeld porcini: Keita Miyazaki: A Mirage of Ruins - preview Thu, 7 Jun
Royal Academy of Arts: Summer Exhibition 2018
Sadie Coles HQ Davies Street: Paloma Varga Weisz: Wild Bunch - preview Fri, 8 Jun
Sadie Coles HQ Kingly Street: Urs Fischer: soft - preview Thu, 7 Jun
Serpentine Sackler Gallery: Tomma Abts - preview Wed, 6 Jun
working consistently with the same format for twenty years, Abts has found endless possibilities for investigating the language of form in painting
South London Gallery: Luiz Zerbini
Sprüth Magers, Grafton St.: Cindy Sherman - opens Tue, 5 Jun
parodying the representation of women in film and television, fashion magazines, advertising, and online, Sherman adopts limitless guises that illuminate the performative nature of subjectivity and sexuality
Stephen Friedman Gallery: Talisman In The Age Of Difference
Tate Britain: Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One
The Mayor Gallery: Writing new codes: Cordeiro/Mallary/Molnár - opens Wed, 6 Jun
three major pioneers of computer art from three different corners of the globe
The National Gallery: Thomas Cole: Eden to Empire
The National Gallery: Ed Ruscha: Course of Empire
The Sladmore Gallery: Troubetzkoy: Twenty-five Years of Celebrities in Bronze - opens Wed, 6 Jun
Thomas Dane Gallery: Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow. kurimanzutto at Thomas Dane Gallery - preview Thu, 7 Jun
conceived by kurimanzutto, the first exhibition to reunite the works of Signals London’s three founding artists, David Medalla, Gustav Metzger, and Marcello Salvadori
Victoria Miro: Sarah Sze - preview Thu, 7 Jun
two new site-specific works - an installation of images, light, sound, film, and objects, that seeks to transform visitors’ perception and an environment of wall-based works that replicates aspects of the artist’s studio
Whitechapel Gallery: The London Open 2018
Workplace London: Theory of Colour - opens Thu, 7 Jun
part 1 of a 2-part exhibition of invited and gallery artists focussing on colour and light
Zabludowicz Collection: 360: Peter Burr - opens Thu, 7 Jun
Burr’s interpretation of Paolo Soleri's 1969 book Arcology - The City in the Image of Man transports the viewer into a dense labyrinth in which inner and outer space become indistinguishable

London auctions
Bonhams London, New Bond Street:
The Russian Sale Wed, 6 Jun (viewing 3-6 Jun)
Christie’s London, King Street:
South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art Tue, 12 Jun (viewing 7-11 Jun)
Sotheby‘s London:
Howard Hodgkin: Working on Paper Tue, 12 Jun (viewing 8-12 Jun)
Modern & Post-War British Art Evening Sale Tue, 12 Jun (viewing 8-12 Jun)

Tolarno Galleries: Andrew Browne: Spill - preview Thu, 7 Jun

New York
Guggenheim Museum: Giacometti
New Museum: Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa: The House at Kawinal

Almine Rech Gallery: John M Armleder - preview Wed, 6 Jun
paintings made by spilling various materials directly onto the canvas (acrylic paint, varnish, liquids for exterior surfaces, but also powders, confetti, glitter and small ormaments)
Jeu de Paume: Satellite 11 programme. Daphné Le Sergent: Geopolitics of Oblivion
Jeu de Paume: Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect
Jeu de Paume: Bouchra Khalili: Blackboard

Paris auctions
Christie’s Paris:
Post-War & Contemporary Art Paris, Day Sale Fri, 8 Jun (viewing 1-7 Jun)
Sotheby‘s Paris:
Art Contemporain Evening Sale Wed, 6 Jun (viewing 1-6 Jun)
Art Contemporain Day Sale Thu, 7 Jun (viewing 1-6 Jun)

Anna Marra Contemporanea: Postcard from New York - Part II - opens Wed, 6 Jun
the second instalment of a series started in 2016, designed to showcase and celebrate the works of artists based in New York City

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Julie Rrap: Blow Back - preview Thu, 7 Jun
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Hany Armanious - preview Thu, 7 Jun

Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer: Malte Bruns: Auto Body - preview Thu, 7 Jun
new sculptural works, photographs and videos, dealing with the autarchic body and an independent existence of human limbs and organs

Galerie Eva Presenhuber: Doug Aitken - preview Sat, 9 Jun
new body of artwork takes the viewer into a different world, a world that explores ideas and takes you to places that language cannot fully articulate
Mai 36 Galerie: Post Studio Art - preview Sun, 10 Jun
group exhibition themed on the now legendary Post-Studio Art Class, with works by former Baldessari students, including Rita McBride, Matt Mullican and Troy Brauntuch, as well as James Welling and Christopher Williams
Mai 36 Galerie: John Baldessari - preview Sun, 10 Jun
new series of works by the American artist which meld the motif of various windmills and a wind farm with a textual field in contrasting color

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exhibitions closing

FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Philip Loersch: Teaching Stones To Say Friendly Words - closes Thu, 7 Jun
Galeria Plan B, Berlin: Becky Beasley: Depressive Alcoholic Mother
KLEMM'S: Sven Johne: Dear Vladimir Putin / I am the power

Chisenhale Gallery: Paul Maheke: A fire circle for a public hearing
Gasworks: Osías Yanov: Orphan Dance
Pi Artworks London: Fahrettin Örenli: Money Without Nationality - closes Sat, 9 Jun
works which examine the psychological and physical aspects of cities as living organic structures, perceiving them as control towers for the distribution of mass information
Skarstedt, London: Eric Fischl: Presence of an Absence - closes Sat, 9 Jun
“my paintings are only ‘about’ something when they’ve missed their mark. When they are successful, it is because they embody the ‘thing’ itself” Fischl
Studio Voltaire: They Are Here: Laughing Matter

Cortesi Gallery, Milan: Gianfranco Pardi: Autoarchitettura - closes Fri, 8 Jun
a large retrospective of the Milanese artist, curated by Bruno Corà and involving Fondazione Marconi, Studio Marconi ’65 and the Gianfranco Pardi Archive

New York
Almine Rech Gallery New York: A New Spirit Then, A New Spirit Now 1981 - 2018 - closes Sat, 9 Jun
a reconstruction and reinterpretation, curated by Norman Rosenthal, of the seminal exhibition “A New Spirit in Painting” at the Royal Academy in London, co-curated in 1981 by Rosenthal, Nicholas Serota and Christos Joachimides
Christine Park Gallery: Seung Ae Lee: Becoming - closes Sat, 9 Jun
a new body of works by the London-based Korean artist, including five drawing animations based on her well-known detailed pencil drawings and ten new works
Greene Naftali: Tony Cokes: On Non-Visibility
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery: Claire Falkenstein: Matter in Motion - closes Sat, 9 Jun
a survey of works in a range of media, from early ceramic and wood sculptures to seminal explorations in metal to dynamic paintings and works on paper
Mnuchin Gallery: Reds - closes Sat, 9 Jun
masterworks on loan from museums, foundations and private collections examining artists’ use of red from the postwar period to the present day
Nahmad Contemporary: Five Years at Nahmad Contemporary - closes Sat, 9 Jun
a celebration of five years of exhibitions since the gallery’s founding, with 20 works by some of the most influential artists of our era
Whitney Museum: Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables

Éric Hussenot: Gavin Kenyon, Eli Ping
Semiose: Oli Epp: Epiphanies - closes Sat, 9 Jun

Gallery Hyundai: Iván Navarro: The Moon in the Water - closes Sun, 10 Jun
a large installation of lights, mirrors, visual illusion, sound and text, all expressing the desire for freedom, truth and hope


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