ITSLIQUID ARCHIVE - ART

PEP AGUT. MADRID MERIDIAN: DREAM…

Art | June 15, 2021

Museo Reina Sofía presents Madrid Meridian: Dream and Lie, a site-specific project by Pep Agut (Terrassa, Barcelona, 1961), created for the Palacio de Cristal (Crystal Palace) in Madrid’s Retiro Park. Read more


JR: CHRONICLES

Art | June 11, 2021

April 15, 2021 (London, UK) - This June, Saatchi Gallery presents JR: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. Read more


William Kentridge. Mudam Luxembourg

Art | June 6, 2021

Mudam Luxembourg - Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean presents William Kentridge (b. 1955, Johannesburg), one of the most acclaimed artists of our time. Over the past four decades William Kentridge has created a major oeuvre across various artistic disciplines including performance, theatre and opera. Read more


LEONOR ANTUNES. JOINTS, VOIDS AND…

Art | June 6, 2021

Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean’s Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion is the site for a new exhibition of recent sculpture by the acclaimed artist Leonor Antunes (b. 1972, Lisbon). Antunes has created a new installation that responds to the physical qualities and proportions of this iconic architectural space designed by Ieoh Ming Pei (b. 1917, Guangzhou; d. 2019, New York). Read more


NORMAL EXCEPTIONS: CONTEMPORARY ART IN…

Art | June 5, 2021

Normal Exceptions: Contemporary Art in Mexico is a thematic survey of contemporary art in Mexico over the past 20 years. Drawing primarily from the Colección Jumex with additional works by invited artists and collaborators, the exhibition will fill the entire museum with more than 60 works by artists based in Mexico, including those of international origin, and Mexican artists living and working abroad. Read more


Damien Hirst: Archaeology Now

Art | June 3, 2021

On Tuesday 8 June, Galleria Borghese will open a new exhibition by Damien Hirst, curated by Anna Coliva and Mario Codognato. Over 80 works from Hirst’s Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable series will be displayed throughout the museum alongside ancient masterpieces. Read more


Bourse de Commerce

Art | May 27, 2021

The Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection opens its doors to the public with a collective exhibition bringing together two hundred works from over thirty artists. This presentation makes use of all ten exhibition spaces and showcases in-situ works throughout the visit, from the outside to the inside of the building. Read more


RICHARD ALLEN MORRIS | MULTIPLE…

Art | May 26, 2021

In the exhibition Richard Allen Morris "Multiple Identities" Häusler Contemporary presents the "Guns" series from 1965. An exclusive assortment of works on paper and canvas showcases this American artist's painterly originality and subversive touch, which are admired by his fellow artists but are largely undiscovered by the general public. Read more


Inbal Hoffman: Mundane Heights

Art | May 25, 2021

Inbal Hoffman was born in Haifa in 1973 and did her Master's degree in Fine Arts at Jerusalem's Bezalel Academy. Beginning as a designer and illustrator, she came to focus on sculpture and installation art. In recent years, her work has been featured in solo and group shows in Israel and abroad. "Mundane Heights" is Hoffman's first exhibition at the Israel Museum. Read more


RIVE ROSHAN – SHIFTING PERSPECTIVES

Art | May 25, 2021

The emerging experimental art and design duo Rive Roshan strive to enchant their audience with installations and objects that challenge you to reimagine the world from a new perspective. Read more


Featured Artist: Yi Kai

Art | May 20, 2021

Born in Changsha (1955), China, Yi Kai showed an affinity for art and drawing at an early age. But at 15, after completing middle school, he was drafted into the People's Army in 1970 at the height of the Cultural Revolution. For 9 years he spent the remainder of his youth building railways in the countryside and creating art propaganda for the People's Republic. Read more


STOP PAINTING

Art | May 9, 2021

Described by Peter Fischli as “a kaleidoscope of repudiated gestures”, Stop Painting explores a series of specific ruptures within the history of painting in the last 150 years, intertwined with the emergence of new social factors and cultural values. Read more


FRANK BOWLING – LONDON /…

Art | May 6, 2021

Reflecting the scale and scope of a prodigious six-decade career that has unfolded while crisscrossing the Atlantic Ocean, Sir Frank Bowling's inaugural exhibition with Hauser & Wirth will be presented in both the gallery's London and New York locations simultaneously, beginning May 2021. Read more


Assuming distance by Garage Museum

Art | May 5, 2021

In order to put together a show conceived during the first lockdown, Garage announced its first-ever exhibition open call, inviting artists and creative collectives living and working in Russia to take any kind of distance in relation to the current situation and to consider speculations in a broad philosophical sense: as a form of interaction with reality and/or as speculative reasoning about the possible. Read more


Featured Artist: Masako Kano

Art | May 4, 2021

Masako Kano is a poetic visual artist using photographic images to transform the moment of the encounter with the subjects through lens into the infinity of time, where her subjects statically float in silence. Read more


TROELS WÖRSEL

Art | May 3, 2021

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art presents the Danish painter Troels Wörsel - on Paper. When Wörsel died in 2018, a considerable number of paper works were left in his studio. The great majority have never been exhibited, and this sudden wealth of works on paper gives us an obvious opportunity to shed new light on an important artist whose paintings are represented in Louisiana's collection. Read more


Boundary Space: Ishmael Randall Weeks

Art | May 3, 2021

This March we present Boundary Space, Lima-based sculptor Ishmael Randall Weeks’ (Cusco, 1976) first solo exhibition in the Middle East. Randall Week’s sculptures and two-dimensional works made of adobe, mineral substrates, rattan screens, mud, glass and metal constitute a world that emerges from history and memory, navigating between the contemporary, the archaic, tradition and folklore. Read more


Performa Biennial 2021

Art | May 2, 2021

Performa, the internationally organization dedicated to live interdisciplinary performance by visual artists, is pleased to announce the ninth edition of its city-wide biennial, which will take place entirely outdoors with a program of new live commissions conceived for New York City, exploring its history, communities, and urban environment. Read more


HEINZ MACK. INK DRAWINGS AND…

Art | May 1, 2021

Heinz Mack will celebrate his 90th birthday this year. We look back on his fulfilled life. His creative urge is still undamped. After six successful exhibitions with Heinz Mack, as well as numerous international fair presentations, 12 published books and international projects, also outside our gallery spaces, Beck & Eggeling is now delighted to present ink drawings and ceramics by the multi-talented artist, parallel to the large solo-show at the 'Museum Kunstpalast'. Read more


Alexey Brodovitch: The First Art…

Art | April 30, 2021

Alexey Brodovitch is one of the great pioneers of modern graphic design. His inventions combining text and photography were groundbreaking, and his influence on modern-day layouts is inestimable. Read more


ALICE CHANNER | MEGAFLORA

Art | April 29, 2021

Alice Channer's forms and materials are found in the social and sensual worlds of industrial and organic processes. She immerses herself in natural and industrial materials and production processes to find forms that she develops as sculpture. Her method is both experimental and precise, collaborating with people, machines, and materials to make sculpture that is emotionally charged and industrially perfected. Read more


FEATURED ARTIST: CARO JOST

Art | April 28, 2021

What began as a project in her favorite city, New York, she has realized in over 80 cities worldwide since 2000: we are talking about her Streetprints, with which German conceptual artist Caro Jost became known. She makes real imprints on prepared canvases of street surfaces in various places around the world that have personal, social, or art historical significance. Read more


Veronica Ryan: Along a Spectrum

Art | April 25, 2021

Spike Island presents a major exhibition of new works by British artist Veronica Ryan (b. 1956, Montserrat). Supported by Freelands Foundation through the Freelands Award, this is Ryan’s largest and most ambitious exhibition in the UK to date. Read more


BERNARD COHEN | INTERIORS

Art | April 23, 2021

Bernard Cohen is considered one of Britain's most significant painters, whose paintings tell stories about identity and experience. Interiors is an exhibition of recent works demonstrating Cohen's sustained enquiry into the complex chaos of everyday existence. Read more


SOPHIE TAEUBER-ARP

Art | April 21, 2021

A long-overdue recognition of Taeuber-Arp's pivotal contribution to modern art and design. Sophie Taeuber-Arp was one of the foremost abstract artists and designers of the 1920s and 30s. Her multidisciplinary work has enduring influence, inspiring innovative artists and designers around the world. Read more


EKIN SU KOÇ “ON EARTH,…

Art | April 18, 2021

The oeuvre of Ekin Su Koç is enlightened in the exhibition. With her skilled hand and multiple production methods, the gallery space becomes a canvas for a collage made of paintings, reliefs and wall sculptures. What stands out immediately is Ekin Su Koç’s take on “Adam and Eve”, compositions of various materials soaked in epoxy and the most recent series of textile wall sculptures named “Altbau”, leading us to inhale and digest the multidimensionality of an artist’s body of work. Read more


Neïl Beloufa. Digital Mourning

Art | April 17, 2021

Neïl Beloufa (b. 1985, Paris) is one the most powerful voices of the generation of artists born in the 1980s. His artistic research focuses on contemporary society and on how it is represented and mediated by digital interaction, often with the aim of exposing the control mechanisms. In his videos, feature films, sculptures, and technologically complex installations, Beloufa plays on the viewer's sensory experience, inviting them to reappraise their own beliefs and stereotypes. Read more


DAMIEN HIRST, CHERRY BLOSSOMS

Art | April 16, 2021

Cherry Blossoms is Damien Hirst's first museum exhibition in France. The Cherry Blossoms series reinterprets, with playful irony, the traditional subject of landscape painting. Hirst combines thick brushstrokes and elements of gestural painting, referencing both Impressionism and Pointillism, as well as Action Painting. Read more


Richard Rezac: Cast

Art | April 15, 2021

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is pleased to present Cast, a solo exhibition by Richard Rezac. Featuring a series of works made within the last year, the exhibition underscores Rezac’s four-decade career of invention and permutation in sculpture. Since the 1990s, the artist has crafted modulations of the Baroque, presenting the control and calibration of architectural details and subjects in unexpected and elegant combinations. Read more


Wolf’s Hour: Vivian Suter at…

Art | April 13, 2021

Gladstone Gallery is pleased to present “Vivian Suter: Wolf’s Hour,” an exhibition of mixed media paintings from more than thirty years of the artist’s career. This show is Suter’s second presentation with Gladstone Gallery, and her first in Belgium. Read more