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GalleriesNow 13 Aug 2019
 
303 Gallery Blain|Southern Hollybush Gardens Hamiltons
Galerie Forsblom Lévy Gorvy JGM Gallery Axel Vervoordt
 

special events

Wed 14 Aug
St. Moritz special event: Hauser & Wirth CinemArt Screening: About Jenny Holzer at Cinéma Rex Pontresina, St. Moritz
London talk: South London Gallery Fire Station Lecture: SLG Hosts: The School of Speculation + John Walter

Thu 15 Aug
London special event: South London Gallery Screening: Liz Johnson Artur, Adam Farah, Deborah Findlater, Josiane Pozi at Peckhamplex

Fri 16 Aug
London special event: Serpentine Gallery COS x Serpentine Galleries Park Nights 2019: Kiko Kostadinov / vanillajellaba
Bruton tour: Hauser & Wirth Unconscious Landscape. Works from the Ursula Hauser Collection

Sat 17 Aug
London performance: South London Gallery smallboydanger
Bruton talk: Hauser & Wirth Spotlight Talk on Sylvia Sleigh
London special event: Richard Saltoun Tantric Yoga

Tue 20 Aug
Zürich special event: Hauser & Wirth Reading: Blueprint by Theresia Enzensberger at Schwarzescafé | Löwenbräukunst, Limmatstrasse 270


exhibitions opening


London
Gagosian Davies St: Taryn Simon: A Burn Scar Visible from Space
photographs from Simon’s ongoing series Black Square - fragments of recent history in a black field the same dimension as Kasimir Malevich’s eponymous painting

Salisbury
New Art Centre: Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad

São Paulo
Galeria Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel: Tiago Carneiro da Cunha


 
new VR views
 

new immersive VR views

35 Years @ 303 Gallery
Studio Photography: 1887-2019 @ Simon Lee
Visible Traces (Mountain Water Air) @ Lévy Gorvy
Them @ Perrotin
Mel Ziegler @ Perrotin
cart, horse, cart @ Lehmann Maupin W 22 St
cart, horse, cart @ Lehmann Maupin W 24 St
In House @ Lévy Gorvy
Ed Ruscha @ Gagosian Davies St
Experimental Painting in the 1970s and now @ Lisson Gallery 10th Ave
Experimental Painting in the 1970s and now @ Lisson Gallery W 24th St
ANIMALIA @ Omer Tiroche Gallery

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exhibitions closing

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

Antwerp
Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Renato Nicolodi, Proximi Mei Meum Fundamentum
Nicolodi’s family history runs like a thread through the exhibition - his family and loved ones are the foundation and strength of both his art practice and his quest in life

Helsinki
Galerie Forsblom: Marika Mäkelä: Secret Plant and Other Motifs

Istanbul
Zilberman Gallery: Young Fresh Different 10: One Must Continue

Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade
Château La Coste: Don McCullin: Southern Frontiers
large-scale photographs from McCullin’s journeys to the fringes of the Roman Empire

London
Bastian: Ulrich Erben: Paintings view in VR
the first London exhibition for over three decades of the German artist widely regarded as one of the masters of colour-field painting
Hamiltons: Erwin Olaf: Women view in VR
a selection of Olaf’s highly polished and atmospheric photographs, chosen by Tim Jefferies to celebrate his 60th year and long collaboration with the gallery
Hollybush Gardens: Lubaina Himid
a body of work produced as part of the research process for Tailor, Striker, Singer, Dandy, a series of five painted portraits of black men that developed out of Himid’s encounter with the West African textiles held in the Manchester City Galleries
Hollybush Gardens: Curves to the Apple
works by Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Andrea Büttner, Dorothy Iannone, Reto Pulfer and Dieter Roth
JGM Gallery: Caught In The Net
a group of artists from Erub, one of 274 islands in Australia’s Torres Strait, who repurpose found fishing nets to create “Ghost Net” installations highlighting our environmental responsibilities
South London Gallery Fire Station: Back To The Bookplace
South London Gallery Fire Station: SLG Hosts: The School of Speculation
the first in a new series of projects and displays in the South London Gallery’s Fire Station space is SOS’s inaugural two-week summer school, co-hosted by the SLG, the Design Museum and Anise Gallery
Whitechapel Gallery: Myvillages: Setting the Table: Village Politics
working internationally for more than fifteen years, Myvillages collaborate with rural communities in ways that reflect and engage local cultures, economies and resources

Melbourne
Tolarno Galleries: Rosemary Laing: skyground

Mumbai
Chemould Prescott Road: Modus Operandi II

New York
303 Gallery: 303 Gallery: 35 Years view in VR
artists including Richard Prince, Collier Schorr, Karen Kilimnik, Kim Gordon, Mary Heilmann, Sue Williams, Rodney Graham, Doug Aitken, Nick Mauss and Alicja Kwade in an exhibition celebrating 35 years of the gallery
Blain|Southern: Herbert Zangs: Plus Minus view in VR
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
Gagosian Park & 75: Tom Wesselmann: Flowers
this exhibition comprises a series of metal cutouts, including works in the still-life genre such as Mixed Bouquet (Filled In) (1993) and Still Life with Four Roses and Pear (1993), which depict flowers in particular
Jane Lombard Gallery: A Body of Work
Lehmann Maupin W 22 St: cart, horse, cart view in VR
bringing together the works of thirteen artists who seek to answer the question: “Where does abstraction come from?”
Lehmann Maupin W 24 St: cart, horse, cart view in VR
bringing together the works of thirteen artists who seek to answer the question: “Where does abstraction come from?”
Lévy Gorvy: Visible Traces (Mountain Water Air) view in VR
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?
Mignoni: Frank Stella: Polish Village Sketches, 1970-1974 view in VR
the first exhibition ever to focus solely on the Sketches from Stella’s Polish Village series, and the first time a large group of these masterful collages is shown together
Mnuchin Gallery: Summer 2019
postwar and contemporary painting and sculpture by artists including Philip Guston, Frank Stella, and John Chamberlain, in addition to a group of paintings and drawings by Willem de Kooning
Perrotin: Mel Ziegler: Activated Artifacts view in VR
new works and pieces created with his late partner Kate Ericson in Ziegler’s first solo exhibition for the gallery in New York
Perrotin: Them view in VR
a survey of contemporary, figurative painting that seeks to re-examine the romantic embrace
Simon Lee New York: Studio Photography: 1887-2019 view in VR
a wide-ranging survey exhibition featuring work by a diverse group of artists whose studio-based practices span the past 130 years

São Paulo
Mendes Wood DM: Parks and other pretexts

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