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GalleriesNow 3-10 Sep 2019
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Mamco Hauser & Wirth Lisson Gallery Galerie Krinzinger
BERG Contemporary Galerie Ernst Hilger Anca Poterașu Gallery Simon Lee
Amy Sherald talks to Marc Payot

special events

Tue 03 Sep
London performance: Blain|Southern Between the Tao by Qin Feng
Zürich tour: Hauser & Wirth Louise Bourgeois & Pablo Picasso: Anatomies of Desire
Humlebæk special event: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Screening of Generation Wealth

Wed 04 Sep
Hong Kong talk: Hauser & Wirth Panel Discussion: Arp: Master of 20th Century Sculpture

Thu 05 Sep
Brussels Gallery Weekend: galleries and non-profit spaces open around the city
New York special event: Lehmann Maupin Alex Prager: Play the Wind World Premiere and Opening Reception
London special event: Serpentine Gallery Recipes for Change
New York talk: Lehmann Maupin Repairing the Invisible: Kader Attia in conversation with Souleymane Bachir Diagne at Columbia University Maison Française 
Hong Kong special event: Hauser & Wirth Special Screening: On the Wings of Brancusi

Fri 06 Sep
Brussels Gallery Weekend: galleries and non-profit spaces open around the city
London special event: Serpentine Gallery COS x Serpentine Galleries Park Nights 2019: Klein
Bruton talk: Hauser & Wirth Herstory: Marjorie Martay
New York performance: Hauser & Wirth In Performance: Ruth Rosenfeld
London special event: Sotheby’s Late Night View | Modern & Contemporary British Art

Sat 07 Sep
Brussels Gallery Weekend: galleries and non-profit spaces open around the city
London talk: The Gallery of Everything A PERSONAL ASAFO HISTORY // PETER ADLER
London talk: Serpentine Gallery Saturday Talks: Melissa Blanchflower on Faith Ringgold

Sun 08 Sep
Brussels Gallery Weekend: galleries and non-profit spaces open around the city
London talk: Serpentine Gallery Listening Session: The Flourishing Diversity Series
Humlebæk special event: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Screening of Generation Wealth

Tue 10 Sep
Zürich tour: Hauser & Wirth max bill. bauhaus constellations
Humlebæk special event: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Screening of Generation Wealth
London special event: Hauser & Wirth The Gentlewoman 20th Issue Launch

exhibitions opening

Axel Vervoordt Gallery: Markus Brunetti: Romanesque FACADES
works from France, Spain, Italy, Norway and Albania - many not shown before - showing the remarkable architectural differences of buildings belonging to the same style period

Laleh June Galerie: Marc Rembold: Black Moon Limited edition

Zilberman Gallery Berlin: Isaac Chong Wai: What is the future in the past? And what is the past in the future?

Brussels Gallery Weekend, 5-8 Sep: 40 galleries and non-profit spaces open around the city

Sies + Höke: Marcel Dzama: Be good little Beuys and Dada might buy you a Bauhaus
new large-format drawings, mask-like sculptures, a large-scale immersive wall painting and a new 2-channel video projection from the New York-based Canadian artist
Sies + Höke: Michael van Ofen: Von der Guillotine zu Waterloo
“what was created or destroyed in the paintings that lead us into the modern day internal and external political borders of Europe?”

Bernhard Knaus Fine Art: Lena von Goedeke: Keoitt

Hong Kong
David Zwirner, Hong Kong: Philip-Lorca diCorcia
Hauser & Wirth Hong Kong: Arp: Master of 20th Century Sculpture
the first solo exhibition in Greater China of Arp’s work explores the development of his unique formal language in early woodcuts, cardboard collages, drawings, wood reliefs, and bronze sculptures

31 Savile Row: Four Minds Two Generations
Alice Black: Listen to the Hum
an artistic response to the ultimate conflict of our era - that between mankind and nature
Bartha Contemporary: Beat Zoderer: New Space | New Work
Cortesi Gallery, London: Giuseppe Santomaso: Animated Painting
highly significant examples of Santomaso’s work, curated by Francesca Pola, which present the key stages of activity that has seen him placed among the international pioneers of the renewal of modern painting
Cristea Roberts Gallery: The Interaction of Colour
over 50 years of prints and drawings by artists from Anni Albers to Bridget Riley, exhibited together with a new site-specific installation by Rana Begum
Flowers Gallery, Cork Street: Robert Polidori: Fra Angelico / Opus Operantis
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac: James Rosenquist: Visualising the Sixties
an in-depth focus on the early years of Rosenquist’s career, demonstrating the innovative and experimental techniques he employed throughout the decade
Hamiltons: Richard Avedon: Portfolios
two rare portfolios - from the few created by Avedon as complete bodies of work meant to be displayed as a group - both exhibited for the first time in their entirety
HdM Gallery: Charles Sandison: The Tyranny of Language
new digital artworks by Sandison, revealing the transformative effects of light and language, evolving as the words multiply in different languages
kamel mennour, London: Marie Bovo: Стансы / Stances
photographs taken from, and of, long-distance train journeys across Eastern Europe and Russia
Marlborough: Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe: Colony Sound
a multi-room immersive installation focussing on relationships surrounding the cold-war evolution of an obscure 20th-century communication system known as The Smile
Maureen Paley: Esther Pearl Watson
Watson creates pictures on board and paper depicting farmland, highways, oil rigs, payday loan storefronts, playgrounds and parking lots
Maureen Paley: David Thorpe: Underground
a series of rendered mud pipelines intermittently placed, as if in waiting, around the gallery walls - in addition to enlarged images of a series of frescoes
Michael Werner Gallery, Mayfair: Peter Doig: Paintings
an exhibition of new paintings by the Edinburgh-born artist
Modern Art Helmet Row: Richard Aldrich
Aldrich’s first solo exhibition with the gallery presents material exploration and conceptual systems as equally important tools in his efforts to understand, organise and communicate visual, personal and historical experience
Nicoletti Contemporary: W.S//
a collaborative exhibition by French artists Salomé Chatriot & Samuel Fasse
Simon Lee London: Clare Woods: Doublethink
Woods’ first solo exhibition at the gallery presents new paintings across both gallery floors, employing an often-bilious palette that subverts the viewer’s expectations of her virtuoso application of paint on aluminium
The Mayor Gallery: Carlos Cairoli: A Retrospective
Timothy Taylor: Simon Hantaï, Pierre Soulages and Antoni Tàpies
the gallery inaugurates its new location with an exhibition dedicated to the late paintings of French painters Simon Hantaï and Pierre Soulages, juxtaposed with the sculptures of Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies
Whitechapel Gallery: Sense Sound/Sound Sense. Fluxus Music, Scores & Records in the Luigi Bonotto Collection
works by John Cage, Philip Corner, Dick Higgins, Alison Knowles, George Maciunas, Claes Oldenburg and Yoko Ono investigate Fluxus artists’ interest in music and sound

London auctions
Bonhams London, Knightsbridge:
Decorative Art and Design Wed, 4 Sep (viewing 1-3 Sep)
Sotheby’s London:
Made in Britain Tue, 10 Sep (viewing 5-9 Sep)
Chris Levine: Be Light (viewing 5-9 Sep)

Chemould Prescott Road: Priya Ravish Mehra⁣: Woven Memoirs - A New Kind of Nature

New York
Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art: Contructing Color/Painting by Jason Stewart
Blain|Southern: Rachel Howard: L’appel du vide
new painting, sculpture and works on paper in Howard’s first exhibition at the New York gallery
David Richard Gallery: Sonia Gechtoff: Forces of Nature on the Grand Stage: Paintings from 1988 to 1995
paintings from 1988 to 1995 by the artist who was herself a force of nature on many levels
David Zwirner 19th St: Roy DeCarava: Light Break
David Zwirner 20th St: Anni Albers
David Zwirner 20th St: Paul Klee: 1939
David Zwirner East 69th St: Roy DeCarava: the sound i saw
Eva Presenhuber: Wyatt Kahn
works assembled from dozens of smaller, puzzle-like components, all fitted together to form “image-objects”
Fergus McCaffrey: Ishiuchi Miyako
over 70 photographs from five series made over four decades - including many early and never-before-seen works - mark Miyako’s largest gallery exhibition to date
Gagosian 976 Madison Avenue: Zao Wou-Ki
Zao Wou-Ki’s compositions present a delicate balance, harboring moments of risk within an exploration of abstraction, exploding onto the paper at different velocities as if tracing the artist’s innermost impulses and desires
Gagosian Park & 75: Domestic Horror
an exhibition - organized by Bill Powers - which addresses the darker fears that arise when we encounter the unknown and probes the friction between the civilized world and baser human impulses
GRIMM: Volker Hüller
new series of large-scale paintings in which Hüller employs precisely chosen colors for each canvas, where vivid hues mellow and lines assimilate into elegant formations
GRIMM: Nick van Woert: You Are What You Eat
sculptures and wall-based works that turn the gallery basement space into a digestive tract
Hales: Jessica Warboys: SNAKE SHAPE LAKE
with painting, glasswork, film and sculpture, the artist’s first solo show in the US highlights a multifaceted practice interconnected and informed by personal and collective memory, landscape, history, ritual and mythology
Hauser & Wirth 69th St: John Chamberlain: Baby Tycoons
small-scale sculptures from the artist’s Baby Tycoons series
Hauser & Wirth 69th St: Forms Larger and Bolder: EVA HESSE DRAWINGS
70 works on paper, selected from the Allen Memorial Art Museum’s collection, illuminate the important role that drawing played in Hesse’s career
Hauser & Wirth West 22nd Street: Personal Private Public
a group exhibition exploring the idea of the inner life in three main themes: introspection, intimacy, and voyeurism
Hauser & Wirth West 22nd Street: Amy Sherald: the heart of the matter…
Sherald documents contemporary African-American experience in the United States through arresting, otherworldly paintings
Hauser & Wirth West 22nd Street: Ed Clark
Clark’s experimentations with pure color, abstract form, and the seductive materiality of paint have yielded an oeuvre of remarkable originality, extending the language of American abstraction
Hollis Taggart: Alex Kanevsky: Liberation and Disorientation
a selection of Kanevsky’s vibrant oil paintings - most on view for the first time - exploring subjects from land and seascapes to nudes to floral still lifes
Lehmann Maupin W 22 St: Alex Prager: Play the Wind
Prager’s photographs - and the world premier of a new film - are a fresh reflection on her place of origin, site of inspiration, and frequent character - the city of Los Angeles
Lehmann Maupin W 24 St: Kader Attia: Mirrors of Emotion
new and recent work in a sequence of rooms dedicated to examining the complexities of emotional experience through the lens of collective, individual, and psychoanalytic perspectives
Lévy Gorvy: Pierre Soulages: A Century
an exhibition celebrating the 100th birthday of France’s foremost living artist through a presentation of works spanning his career from the 1950s to today
Menconi + Schoelkopf: N.C. Wyeth: Storyteller
the exhibition embraces a unified perspective on Wyeth’s work, presenting a dozen canvases both in and out of illustration
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery: William T. Williams: Recent Paintings
the first exhibition of a new body of work produced under the natural light and rhythms of Williams’ new studio
Mignoni: Robert Mapplethorpe: Artist Portraits
some of Mapplethorpe’s most iconic representations of celebrity cultural figures within the art world
Mnuchin Gallery: Alma Thomas: Resurrection
a survey of Thomas’s singular career, featuring paintings and works on paper from 1959 through 1976 - curated by Sukanya Rajaratnam
Sean Kelly Gallery: Constructing her Universe: Loló Soldevilla
over 60 artworks, rare historical documents, photographs and personal ephemera, in this wide-ranging survey which examines the breadth of Soldevilla’s entire career - her first comprehensive exhibition in the US
Simon Lee New York: Marnie Weber & Justin John Greene
a dialogue between two artists of differing backgrounds and generational affiliations, who similarly interrogate latent aspects of the cultural imagination
Thomsen Gallery: Animals in Japanese Art

New York auctions
Bonhams New York:
Fine Chinese Paintings and Works of Art Mon, 9 Sep (viewing 5-8 Sep)
Sotheby’s New York:
Junkunc: Arts of Ancient China II Tue, 10 Sep (viewing 6-9 Sep)

Almine Rech Gallery: Tarik Kiswanson: Vessels
an immersive installation of new wall works, drawings, and a new film titled The Reading Room
Galerie Chantal Crousel: Gabriel Orozco
thirty new works created between Mexico and Tokyo, including obsidian sculptures, watercolors and acrylic paintings on Japanese calligraphy panels (shikishi) and tempera on canvas
Galerie Lelong & Co.: Marc Desgrandchamps: Jardins obscurs
new paintings evoking mysterious outdoor scenes free of any human presence
Galerie Lelong & Co.: David Nash: Trees
a collection of pastels and charcoals with trees as their theme
Galerie Lelong & Co.: Barthélémy Toguo: Wouri, Donga, Sanaga…
a series of etchings: all printed in blue, the series includes examples that have been enhanced with watercolours
Galerie Lelong & Co. Matignon: Jannis Kounellis, Arnulf Rainer, Antoni Tàpies
three great artists, who all examine the sacred character of art through the use of profane codes
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Marais: Arnulf Rainer: Early Work
the most comprehensive exhibition to date of early works by the artist regarded as a pioneer of Art Informel, a movement which brought an intuitive form of lyrical expression to the field of abstraction
kamel mennour, avenue Matignon: Été indien
as the gallery celebrates its 20th anniversary, thirteen of their younger artists produce a portrait of a generation of shifting identities in a changing world
kamel mennour, r. du Pont de Lodi: Neïl Beloufa: The Moral of the Story
Beloufa’s first solo exhibition at the gallery is a stratified choose-your-own-adventure - “this is the story of a post-capitalist dehydrated camel who gets some young, dynamic fennecs to build a wall at the expense of the worker ants…”
kamel mennour, r. Saint-André des arts: Été indien
as the gallery celebrates its 20th anniversary, thirteen of their younger artists produce a portrait of a generation of shifting identities in a changing world
Semiose: Stefan Rinck: To eat or be eaten

Kukje Gallery K3: Haegue Yang

ShanghART: Chen Wei: Goodbye

Galleri Magnus Karlsson: Lisa Jonasson: Act and Meaning

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: Imants Tillers: The Path Itself
new works by Tillers in the artist’s first solo exhibition in Sydney following his major retrospective at the Latvian National Museum of Art in Riga

Hilger Next: New Contemporary - Shepard Fairey - Vasilena Gankovska

Mai 36 Galerie: Albrecht Schnider
curated by Beat Wismer, new and recent works in the first exhibition of paintings and drawings by Schnider

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Where Were You at Night @ Sotheby‘s S|2 Gallery
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976 - 1995 @ Sprüth Magers, Grafton St.

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exhibitions closing

FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph: Jenny Michel: Leaves of Eden - Leaving Eden

Beverly Hills
Gagosian Beverly Hills: Desert Painters of Australia Part II. With Works from the Collection of Steve Martin and Anne Stringfield
expanding upon the critically acclaimed New York exhibition, part II presents paintings by three generations of leading Indigenous Australian artists

Hauser & Wirth Somerset: Unconscious Landscape. Works from the Ursula Hauser Collection
sixty-five works by female artists including Louise Bourgeois, Heidi Bucher, Sonia Gomes, Eva Hesse, Sheila Hicks, Maria Lassnig, Lee Lozano, Meret Oppenheim, Carol Rama, Sylvia Sleigh and Alina Szapocznikow

Anca Poterașu Gallery: In The Eye of The Storm
nineteen artists draw on the charged significations of storms to bring forward topics related to the unpredictability and social anxieties towards chaos and the unknown

Mamco: Martin Kippenberger: The Museum of Modern Art Syros
organized by Sophie Costes and Samuel Gross, the exhibition revisits Kippenberger’s “non-museum” founded and curated on the island of Syros in the Greek Cyclades
Mamco: Walead Beshty
Beshty’s works interrogate the space within which contemporary art and its discourse are produced and distributed, while postulating the art object as dynamic rather than static
Mamco: Gordon Matta-Clark: Food
an exhibition exploring the restaurant “FOOD”, which opened in New York City in 1971, establishing itself as a meeting place which provided food and work for artists

Hong Kong
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

Achille Salvagni Atelier: Sahara
earthy tones pervade the space, a glowing environment punctuated by drops of orange, amber and blue and dominated by shapes evoking life in the desert
David Gill: Summer Group Show
key pieces of modern and contemporary design, many of which are shown together for the first time
Gallery FUMI: Crafted Landscapes
artists and designers showcasing their affinity for combining age-old natural materials with fresh, contemporary design
Hauser & Wirth Savile Row: László Moholy-Nagy
examining Moholy-Nagy as a proto-conceptualist, whose work interrogated the role of the art object and the artist in society
Hauser & Wirth Savile Row: Keith Tyson: Life Still
Tyson moves between the philosophical, the mathematical and the mythological
Hayward Gallery: Kiss My Genders
This group exhibition celebrates more than 30 international artists whose work explores and engages with gender identity.
Lisson Gallery: Afterimage: Dangdai Yishu
curator Victor Wang offers a fresh interpretation and alternate trajectory for the development and genealogy of dangdai yishu (the Chinese phrase for ‘contemporary art’) as an open and discursive term rather than a temporal or geographical definition
l’étrangère: Summer Project. I'M STAYING
centred around Shaun C. Badham’s neon of the same title, the summer project will engage with the local community to translate “I’m Staying” into their native languages and and gradually fill the gallery's walls with a meditation on what makes a place home
Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art: Nine Iranian Artists in London: THE SPARK IS YOU
works by contemporary Iranian artists whose vision looks beyond the ordinary, with Morteza Ahmadvand, Nazgol Ansarinia, Ghazaleh Hedayat, Sahand Hesamiyan, Koushna Navabi, Navid Nuur, Sam Samiee, Hadi Tabatabai and Hossein Valamanesh
Serpentine Gallery: Faith Ringgold
focusing on different series that she has created over the past 50 years, this survey exhibition includes paintings, story quilts and prints

Modern Art Oxford: Claudette Johnson: I Came to Dance
Johnson’s intimate, powerful and sometimes deliberately uncomfortable studies set out to redress negative portrayals of black men and women and counter the invisibility of black people in cultural spheres.

BERG Contemporary: Event Horizon
dialogues between abstract works by three artists: Hulda Stefánsdóttir, Sigrid Sandström and Marie Søndergaard Lolk

Galleria Continua San Gimignano: Michelangelo Pistoletto & Pascale Marthine Tayou: Una cosa non esclude l'altra - One thing doesn’t exclude the other
Galleria Continua San Gimignano: Sun Yuan & Peng Yu
Galleria Continua San Gimignano: Berlinde De Bruyckere: A single bed, a single room

St. Moritz
Hauser & Wirth St. Mortiz: Material Actions
inaugurating the gallery’s first summer season in St. Moritz, an exhibition of modern and contemporary works by important female artists
Robilant + Voena, St Moritz: Ettore Spalletti
known for his minimalist installations of sculptures and paintings, Spalletti employs subtle aspects of colour and geometry aiming to immerse the viewer in a full sensory experience

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

Galerie Gmurzynska Zürich, Paradeplatz: AMAZONKI
Galerie Gmurzynska Zürich, Talstrasse: Louise Nevelson

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