GED QUINN IN ’SYNTHETIC LANDSCAPES’ AT MEADOW ARTS, WESTON PARK, SHIFNAL, UK

4 June 2017
In 'Synthetic Landscapes' artists engage with Weston Park and its history, responding to ‘Capability' Brown's grand landscapes and James Paine's architecture. In this part of the West Midlands, two radically different visions of man-made landscapes collide; on the one hand, the idealis...

KEHINDE WILEY IN ‘HARLEM: FOUND WAYS’ AT ETHELBERT COOPER GALLERY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, USA

24 May 2017
In Harlem: Found Ways, the Cooper Gallery presents artistic visions and engagements from recent decades specific to Harlem, New York City. Each artwork employs a distinct set of inquiries and innovative strategies to explore the Harlem community's visual heritage as it gr...

'LUIZ ZERBINI' AT SANTANDER CULTURAL, PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL

23 May 2017
This important solo exhibition has been curated by Marcelo Campos and will include new paintings, works on paper and table installations by Luiz Zerbini. It will run concurrently with two other presentations; Barrão curated by Felipe Scovino and Albano Hernández Domínguez curated by Douglas Freitas.

The exh...

DAVID SHRIGLEY’S ‘LIFE MODEL II’ IN ‘PARTICIPATION AS AN ARTISTIC PRINCIPLE’ AT MUSEUM MORSBROICH, LEVERKUSEN, GERMANY

21 May 2017
This exhibition at Museum Morsbroich looks at the audience and their role in the creative process of a work of art. It features ‘Life Model II' where David Shrigley plays on the tradition of life drawing classes, transforming the gallery ...

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN IN BIENNALE KULTURORT WEIERTAL, WINTERTHUR, SWITZERLAND

20 May 2017
Thomas Hirschhorn is in the sculpture-focused Biennale Kulturort Weiertal. The biennale is located in Winterthur, a Swiss city northeast of Zurich. It will include 'Made in Tunnel of Politics', 2009, in which the artist reassembled a Ford Ranger pick-up by cutting it in half and sticking it b...

ANDREAS ERIKSSON IN ‘SUMMER DAYS’ AT SERLACHIUS MUSEUM GOSTA, MANTTA, FINLAND

20 May 2017
Summer Days presents Nordic artists from different generations and with varying approaches to making art. The selected artists are united not only by colour and light but also by landscape, depicted either directly or referentially. So important to the people of northern latitudes, su...

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN IN ‘MEDUSA’ AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART OF THE CITY OF PARIS

19 May 2017
This exhibition is organised around four themes: identity, value, body, and ritual and looks at the jewel and its association with taboo. It will include Thomas Hirschhorn's sculpture 'CNN-Chain'.

The exhibition runs from 19 May until 5 November 2017.

Thomas Hirschhorn at The Museum ...

YINKA SHONIBARE MBE IN 'DIASPORA PAVILION' AT THE 57TH VENICE BIENNALE

13 May 2017
Yinka Shonibare MBE has mentored an emerging artist as part of Diaspora Pavilion, presented by International Curators Forum and University of the Arts London. 'The British Library' (detail pictured) will be installed on the first floor of Palazzo Pisani Santa Marina when their work is shown toge...

MELVIN EDWARDS IN ‘SPACE FORCE CONSTRUCTION’ TO COMMEMORATE V-A-C FOUNDATION’S NEW VENETIAN HEADQUARTERS

13 May 2017
V-A-C Foundation presents Space Force Construction, organised with the Art Institute of Chicago, for the launch of their new headquarters in Venice.

The exhibition looks at the international exchange of ideas opened up by early twentieth-century Russian ar...

TONICO LEMOS AUAD IN THREE-PERSON SHOW AT BRIDGET DE LEÓN GALLERY, BATH, UK

7 May 2017
The title of this three-person exhibition 'Loose Threads' refers to the idea of lines and webs that may be visual as well as conceptual, referencing language and communication, as well as physical structures. The formal relationship between the works exhibited is intentionally loose, howeve...

DIA FOUNDATION EXHIBIT ACQUISITION OF SIX MAJOR WORKS BY ANNE TRUITT, DIA: BEACON, NEW YORK, USA

5 May 2017
Six major works by Anne Truitt acquired by DIA Art Foundation will go on long-term view from May 2017. The five sculptures and one painting belonged to the estate of the artist, who died in 2004, and have been selected to show together in a grouping that represents signi...

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN IN 'THE RESTLESS EARTH’ AT THE TRIENNALE DI MILANO, ITALY

28 April 2017
This exhibition charts the experiences and perceptions of migration and the current refugee crisis through the photographic works of more than 60 artists. The Restless Earth explores real and imaginary stories and questions how recent events could reframe history, geography, and culture...

MELVIN EDWARDS IN ‘RECONSTITUTION’ AT LAXART, LOS ANGELES

23 April 2017
Reconstitution is a group show that is an update and recasting of the 1987 exhibition Constitution originally organised by the art collective Group Material. As it did in 1987, the exhibition asks the question how and to what extent are the ideals of liberty, equality, and justice for all being met? It...

YINKA SHONIBARE MBE IN 'TOUS DE SANG MELES’ AT MAC/VAL, VITRY EN SEINE, PARIS

22 April 2017
Yinka Shonibare MBE features in ‘Tous de sang meles (all, blood-mingled)' at MAC/VAL in Paris, France. The exhibition invites artists who address issues of identity through their work and it will include Shonibare's ‘End of Empire' which features two figures dressed in the artist's si...

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN IN ‘THE ABSENT MUSEUM’ AT WIELS CONTEMPORARY ART CENTRE, BRUSSELS

20 April 2017
To mark its 10th anniversary, WIELS presents a large-scale exhibition exploring the role of the museum in society, suggesting that it is 'notably absent' in the formation of public opinion. It will include a 'Pixel-Collage' and a specially commissioned banner by Thomas Hirschh...

ROBERT BUCK IN THE MARGARET M. WALTER WING OF COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART, OHIO

20 April 2017
'iPainting (98099914)' by Robert Buck is now on view in the New Acquisitions gallery in the Margaret M. Walter Wing of The Columbus Museum of Art. The painting goes on display following the acquisition earlier this year.

Robert Buck at The Columbus Museum of Art

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN IN ‘THE OTHER’ AT MAISON POPULAIRE, MONTREUIL, FRANCE

19 April 2017
'Pixel-Collage No. 4', 2015, by Thomas Hirschchorn is included in this exhibition that explores the prevalence of prejudice and stereotype. It suggests that despite increased integration and globalisation our reflex impressions still dominate our apprehension of the other.

The exhibition ...

ANNE TRUITT IN ‘MAKING SPACE: WOMEN ARTISTS AND POSTWAR ABSTRACTION’ AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK

13 April 2017
Making Space looks at the achievements of women artists between the end of World War II (1945) and the start of the Feminist movement (around 1968). Drawn entirely from the Museum's collection, the exhibition features nearly 100 paintings, including the ...

'ISELF COLLECTION: SELF-PORTRAIT AS THE BILLY GOAT' AT WHITECHAPEL GALLERY, LONDON, UK

7 April 2017
This inaugural display of the ISelf Collection examines individual identity, the body and the human condition from the perspectives of twenty artists. It will include a sculpture and a work on paper by Huma Bhabha.

The exhibition runs from 7 April until 20 August 2017.

Huma Bhab...

RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER IN ‘NOW’ AT MODERN ONE, SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART, EDINBURGH

25 March 2017

Two works by Rivane Neuenschwander feature in the opening exhibition of a new three year programme at Modern One: the film 'The Tenant', a collaboration with Cao Guimarães, and 'Colheita (Harvest)' which is an installation comprised of 365 shopping lists coll...

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN IN 'SCULPTURES MADE OF PAPER' AT KUNSTHALLE VOGELMANN, HEILBRONN, GERMANY

19 March 2017
'Sculptures made of paper. From Kurt Schwitters to Karla Black' explores the recent evolution of sculptures made of paper, considering them not as models or studies but completed works. It looks at the trajectory in the development of sculpture which has seen paper used fo...

'DAVID SHRIGLEY: LOSE YOUR MIND' TRAVELS TO CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART IN CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND

11 March 2017
David Shrigley's major British Council touring exhibition 'Lose Your Mind' opens in New Zealand having travelled from: Storage by Hyundai Card in Seoul, Korea; The Museum of Contemporary Art in Santiago, Chile; and the Instituto-Cultural-Cabañas in Guadalajara,...

ROBERT BUCK IN 'STRANGE ATTRACTOR' AT MARFA MYTHS MUSIC FESTIVAL, TEXAS

10 March 2017
Robert Buck features in ‘Strange Attractor', an exhibition taking place as part of the arts programme of Marfa Myths music festival in Texas. The annual festival and cultural program was founded in 2014 by nonprofit contemporary arts foundation Ballroom Marfa and Brooklyn-based music label Me...

TONICO LEMOS AUAD IN SHARJAH BIENNIAL 13: TAMAWUJ, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

10 March 2017
For the thirtienth edition of the Sharjah Biennial, Tonico Lemos Auad will present 'A moment of the sky / four humours'. In this work, which was first shown at De La Warr Pavilion in 2015, the artist creates a garden of medicinal plants that visitors can engage with.

Sharjah Biennial: Tama...

RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER IN 'STARTING POINT’ AT SALA DE ARTE SANTANDER, MADRID

21 February 2017

'Starting Point' comprises a selection of works from the Isabel and Agustín Coppel Collection, including Rivane Neuenschwander's 'Nestor o Destatuador (Zé Carioca No. 13)', 2003.

The exhibition runs from 21 February until 11 June 2017.

Rivane Neuenschwander at Santander Art Gallery

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RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER 'THE NAME OF FEAR’ AT MUSEU DE ARTE DO RIO, RIO DE JANEIRO

21 February 2017
In this presentation Neuenschwander explores the idea of fear as perceived by a child. The artist has created handmade capes based on the drawings, fears and dreams of children from neighbourhoods in Rio de Janeiro. This is the second iteration of 'The Name of Fear', which wa...

'ANDREAS ERIKSSON: WORK IN PROGRESS' AT SKISSERNAS MUSEUM - MUSEUM OF ARTISTIC PROCESS AND PUBLIC ART, LUND, SWEDEN

28 January 2017
Skissernas Museum presents new works made by Andreas Eriksson in relation to a major public commission for the main entrance of the New Karolinska Solna University Hospital.

The exhibition runs from 28 January until 13 August 2017.

Andreas Eriksso...

'JIM HODGES: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (A WORK IN PROGRESS)', AT CONTEMPORARY AUSTIN, TEXAS, USA

17 December 2016
Jim Hodges' 'With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress)', 2014, consists of the title's words "With Liberty and Justice for All" spelled out in seven-foot-tall letters spanning two sides of The Contemporary Austin's Moody Rooftop at the Jones Cent...

JENNIFER RUBELL IN 'HIGH ANXIETY: NEW ACQUISITIONS' AT RUBELL FAMILY COLLECTION, MIAMI, USA

30 November 2016
'High Anxiety: New Acquisitions' presents selections of artworks from 32 artists acquired since 2014, many of whom explore polarising social and political concerns through a broad spectrum of contemporary artistic practices. In gauging the output and energies of these a...

'ANNE TRUITT: INTERSECTIONS' AT BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART, BALTIMORE, USA

23 October 2016
Five sculptural towers of colour by the acclaimed artist Anne Truitt (1921-2004, American) are on view adjacent to the BMA's Asian and African art collections. This juxtaposition, as well as brief in-gallery essays by the BMA's curators of contemporary, Asian, and African art, invite visit...

DAVID SHRIGLEY’S FOURTH PLINTH COMMISSION ‘REALLY GOOD’ UNVEILED ON TRAFALGAR SQUARE, LONDON

29 September 2016
Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to announce the unveiling of ‘Really Good', David Shrigley's winning commission for the Fourth Plinth. The unveiling will take place on Trafalgar Square on Thursday 29 September 2016.

Commissioned by the Mayor of London as p...

TOM FRIEDMAN'S 'LOOKING UP' INSTALLED ON CHICAGO'S LAKEFRONT

21 September 2016
The Chicago Park District in collaboration with Luhring Augustine, New York and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London install Tom Friedman's 'Looking Up' 2015 on Chicago's Lakefront.

Conceived in a majestic scale at 33.3 foot tall and intended to be situated in a landscape, the origins for this work lie ...

DAVID SHRIGLEY ‘MEMORIAL’ INSTALLED ON THE DORIS C. FREEDMAN PLAZA IN CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK

8 September 2016
From 8 September New Yorkers will be able to enjoy a new, large-scale public artwork by British artist David Shrigley.

Shrigley is an artist best known for his hilarious - and multidisciplinary - riffs on everyday thoughts and occurrences, and so, in his typical wh...

YINKA SHONIBARE MBE MAJOR COMMISSION FOR ROYAL ACADEMY, LONDON

1 May 2016
Yinka Shonibare MBE has designed the hoarding to be displayed on the front of the Royal Academy on Burlington Gardens while it undergoes restoration in preparation for the Royal Academy's 250th anniversary in 2018. Titled 'RA Family Album, the display brings together over 160 images that span the Royal A...

'RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER: SECONDARY STORIES’ AT LINDA PACE FOUNDATION, TEXAS, USA

30 April 2016
The Linda Pace Foundation presents the Texas debut of Secondary Stories, a room-sized installation by Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander. Neuenschwander has become widely regarded for her often ephemeral work that explores narratives about language, nature, social interactions a...

DAVID SHRIGLEY AT SKETCH LONDON

6 June 2014
David Shrigley has transformed the Gallery at Sketch as part of a long-term programme of artist-conceived restaurants at the iconic London venue.

245 new unique drawings line the restaurant's walls, forming the largest group of original works on paper by the artist to date. His quick-witted drawings and hand-rendered texts are typical...