RECENT POSTS IN ART

JD MALAT ST MORITZ POP-UP

Art | March 3, 2021

JD Malat Gallery is proud to present its new pop-up space in the world's most unique Alpine Metropolis, St Moritz. Read more


In Vivid Color. The Mint…

Art | February 13, 2021

In Vivid Color: Pushing the Boundaries of Perception in Contemporary Art investigates the power of color on our everyday perceptions and shared experiences. Colors are linked to memories, experiences, and our environments. Read more


Haegue Yang: Handles. MoMa

Art | February 12, 2021

Seoul- and Berlin-based artist Haegue Yang (Korean, born 1971) is known for genre-defying, multimedia installations that interweave a range of materials, historical references, and sensory experiences. Read more


Richard Artschwager at Gagosian

Art | February 9, 2021

Form always begins with a something. And then if that something occurs in another place, there is slippage involved and what is created as a result develops a parallel existence to the original thing. I have located my art in terms of reducing all objects to the attention they demand. This gives me a good shot at innovation, to put it boldly. -Richard Artschwager Read more


Isaac Julien. Lina Bo Bardi…

Art | February 6, 2021

Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement is an enthralling tribute to the great Italian Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi by the English artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien Read more


Yoo Kangyul and His Friends:…

Art | February 3, 2021

The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA, director Youn Bummo), presented Yoo Kangyul and His Friends: Reframing Crafts from 15 October 2020 to 28 February 2021 at MMCA Gwacheon. Read more


Xavier Noiret-Thomé and Henk Visch

Art | January 30, 2021

CENTRALE presents an original dialogue between two artists: Xavier Noiret-Thomé and Henk Visch. Brussels-based French artist Xavier Noiret-Thomé creates paintings and assemblages that feed on knowledge, experience and stated influences. Read more


Enzo Mari curated by Hans…

Art | January 30, 2021

Enzo Mari curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Francesca GiacomelliOctober 17, 2020 – April 18, 2021Triennale Milano, Milan Triennale Milano with its Museo del Design Italiano presents Enzo Mari curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist (co-curated by Francesca Giacomelli), an exhibition devoted to the work and ideas of Enzo Mari, one of the most important designers, […] Read more


Hamidi Hadi at Wei-Ling Gallery

Art | January 29, 2021

Wei-Ling Contemporary welcomes the new year with 'Saring II: Sublimity', a body of work that marks Hamidi Hadi's milestone as an artist. Read more


Rodney Graham: Artists and Models

Art | January 28, 2021

Canadian Rodney Graham is one of his country’s most respected contemporary artists and he has exhibited in countless exhibitions throughout the world. His exhibition Artists and Models opens at the Serlachius Museums on 24 October 2020. Graham’s exhibition will be his first in Finland. Read more


Dan Walsh

Art | January 26, 2021

An exhibition of paintings by Dan Walsh opens at 521 West 21st Street on Saturday, January 9, 2021. Celebrated for his work across a range of media including sculpture, bookmaking, drawing and installation, Walsh has traced a particular trajectory in painting since the 1990s. Read more


Xu Qu solo exhibition. Hong…

Art | January 26, 2021

Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong is proud to announce the opening of "Straight Line", a solo exhibition for Xu Qu, on January 7, 2021. Read more


‘CosmicWander: Expedition’ by Choy Ka…

Art | January 25, 2021

CosmicWander: Expedition, which is also part of Singapore Art Week 2021, is a work-in-progress presentation of Choy's ongoing research into the metaphysics of the human body, taking the body as a conceptual device for explorations into "post-human" choreographic ideas and alternative states of consciousness. Read more


“Heresy or Codswallop”. Gajah Gallery…

Art | January 25, 2021

"If any audience is truly interested in following they have to take my entire trajectory into account. Individual moments are not the most interesting part; it's the overarching hunger and restlessness of the journey Read more


FEATURED ARTIST: Jane Gottlieb

Art | January 20, 2021

As much painter as photographer, Jane Gottlieb has used her explosive colorist skills for the past thirty-five years to hand-paint layers of retouching dyes onto her Cibachrome prints, altering reality into a more romantic and fantastic world. Read more


Julian Opie at Lisson Gallery…

Art | January 20, 2021

Lisson Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of all new work by renowned British artist Julian Opie, for his first solo exhibition with the gallery in Shanghai. The presentation features seven works depicting new subjects (all 2020) in a variety of media, with three large-scale group portraits, three stand-alone sculptures, and one moving computer animation. Read more


Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after…

Art | January 18, 2021

Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after Abstract Expressionism features sculptural work in the Guggenheim collection from the 1960s and '70s by six artists who helped redefine the legacy of postwar art in the United States. The works in this exhibition -produced by Lynda Benglis, Maren Hassinger, Robert Morris, Senga Nengudi, Richard Serra, and Tony Smith- respond to and critique the innovations of Abstract Expressionist painters by emphasizing process, material, and performance. Read more


Ebony G. Patterson

Art | January 15, 2021

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM) presents an exhibition of new works by Ebony G. Patterson, reflecting on her evolving exploration of the garden as metaphor. The exhibition combines an immersive installation in the Front Gallery juxtaposed to a monumental, multilayered paper collage extending from CAM’s 60-foot-long Project Wall. The new works represent Patterson’s expansion into a new phase of her practice, emerging from the foundation of her past garden-themed constructions. Read more


GERHARD RICHTER: CAGE PAINTINGS

Art | January 14, 2021

Gerhard Richter’s Cage paintings (2006) will remain at Gagosian Beverly Hills until April 3. They were a cornerstone of the artist’s retrospective, Gerhard Richer: Painting After All, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York last year. In conjunction with this key group of six paintings, a new group of drawings created by Richter on consecutive days during the summer of 2020 is being shown for the first time. Read more


LEE BUL: UTOPIA SAVED

Art | January 12, 2021

Lee Bul (b. 1964) is an artist based in Seoul, South Korea. Trained as a sculptor during the period of social and political upheavals of the 1980s, she started off her artistic career with performative pieces that incorporated wearable soft sculptures. In the 1990s she gained international recognition with a series of provocative works, including her scandalous installation of fresh fish left to decay and her Cyborg sculptures, hybrids of machine and organic forms. Read more


Ado Vabbe. Kumu Art Museum

Art | January 8, 2021

From 28 August, Kumu Art Museum will host Ado Vabbe: Wunderbar, the largest ever exhibition of the works of Ado Vabbe (1892-1961), who is one of the most intriguing names in Estonian art history and a forerunner of avant-garde art. Read more


Church and Rothko. Mnuchin Gallery

Art | January 3, 2021

Mnuchin Gallery, in collaboration with Michael N. Altman and Christopher Rothko, is pleased to present Church & Rothko: Sublime, a landmark exhibition mounted in a digitized, online experience Read more


Mondrian and De Stijl

Art | December 30, 2020

Holland at the beginning of the last century was the birthplace of a totally new form of art, an abstract art based on strict relations between rectangular forms, color planes, and straight lines. In October 1917, during the First World War, a group of young artists in neutral Holland joined forces to create a magazine. Called De Stijl, it presented and promoted this new, innovative art. Read more


The Fullness of Color: 1960s…

Art | December 28, 2020

The Fullness of Color: 1960s Painting reflects the museum's historical engagement with this artistic period, and, while far from comprehensive, seeks to provide a point of departure for future collection growth that may further illustrate the richness of 20th-century painting. Read more


Sweet Land of Funk

Art | December 28, 2020

Sweet Land of Funk, currently on view on the third floor of the Museum's Katz Wing for Modern Art, explores the art movements of 1950s San Francisco. A survey of more than 20 works from the Museum's modern and contemporary art collections by Funk and figurative Bay Area artists, including Viola Frey, Jay DeFeo, Bruce Nauman, Richard Diebenkorn, and Manuel Neri, the special installation creates a sense of the City by the Bay, Oakland, Berkeley, and beyond during the storied period of Beat poets and bohemians, of Haight and "Howl," and of counter-culture that questioned conformity, ongoing military conflicts, the disparity of wealth, and other social issues that would fuel the revolution of the Baby Boomer generation. Read more


Garden of life. Teien Museum

Art | December 24, 2020

We have long adapted to the unrelenting environment on our ever-changing planet, evolving from a single lifeform that emerged eons ago to eventually acquire extraordinary knowledge. Nonetheless, enveloped by virtual reality in our daily lives, we are prone to forget that we ourselves are also a part of nature. Today, as the coronavirus compels us to chart a new relationship with nature, art can serve as a means for us to rediscover the senses we instinctively possess. Read more


Grass Drama. Julian Yi-Jong Hou

Art | December 23, 2020

The Contemporary Art Gallery presents Grass Drama, the first solo exhibition in a major public gallery by Vancouver-based artist Julian Yi-Jong Hou. Incorporating textiles, sound, performance, spoken word, drawing and sculpture, Hou's practice is expansive and roving. Read more


STARS. Mori Art Museum

Art | December 19, 2020

The Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, is proud to present STARS: Six Contemporary Artists from Japan to the World from Friday, July 31, 2020, to Sunday, January 3, 2021. The decades of postwar economic growth were punctuated in Japan by a series of national events including the Olympics and World Expo, as the country began to turn its gaze outward once more. Read more