rivane neuenschwander- 21st century, art in the first decade- queensland art gallery, brisbane
david shrigley at m - museum leuven
David Shrigley (1968, England) lives and works in Glasgow. He has been exhibiting his work across the world since his graduation from the Glasgow School of Art in 1991. He publishes his drawings in both postcard books and major art publications. In addition to his drawings, he also creates an enormous number of sculptures, photographic work and animation films. The starting point of...
mamma andersson at aspen art museum
OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Swedish painter Mamma Andersson works between domestic interiors and the Nordic landscape, often layering imagery to create subtly haunting, dreamlike atmospheres. Drawing from a variety of sources-from the narrative suggestions of filmic imagery to the physical space of theatrical sets-Andersson employs disjointed perspectives and mismatched spatial relatio...
catherine opie at the white house
Opie made the work as part of a commission from the MCA Chicago and as part of her "American Cities" series, wherein she photographically explores major features of American cities. The works were exh...
rivane neuenschwander - domino canibal at pac murcia
abstract possible: trailern at malmo konsthall c-salen
Clandestine, opaque, hermetic and abstract are all buz...
david shrigley tattoos
There are also a selection of images of the bespoke tattoos and their owners, in the gallery section.
jaeger boutique at beatriz milhazes opening
Many thanks to Jaeger, whose new range of clothing can be viewed here.
david shrigley at frieze art fair
Shrigley's iconic aesthetic is recognised on a global scale. His humorous line and text drawings, for which he is most widely known, are at once both celebratory and derisive, seeking to explore everything from the mundane to the sublime.
For his Frieze presentation, Shrigley will transform the gallery's stand, erecti...
rivane neuenschwander at the mildred lane kemper art museum, st louis
thomas hirschhorn at the museum dhondt-dhaenens
kendell geers at the 29th sÃo paulo biennial
thomas hirschhorn to represent switzerland at the 2011 venice biennale
More information to follow.
For a full list of the artists selected, please find the Artinfo article here.
rivane neuenschwander at serpentine cinema
Duncan Marquiss (b. 1979, Scotland) works with video, drawing and collage. Often using appropriated material, he draws links bet...
rivane neuenschwander at malmo konsthall
The turning point in Neuenschwander's approach and work is a search for the gentle beauty and wonders of the natural world. The works have at times included animals such as fi...
yoshitomo nara at asia society, new york
Yoshitomo Nara: Nobody's Fool draws connections between the artist's work and the sensibilities of youth subcultures worldwide, focusing on themes of alienation and ...
catherine opie at lacma, los angeles
kendell geers: lady/god/gift in murcia
rivane neuenschwander at the new museum
This major midcareer survey of Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander (b. 1967, Belo Horizonte, Brazil) will cover a decade of the internationally admired artist's work. It will spotlight the artist's unique contribution to the narrative of Brazilian Conceptualism and reveal her wide-ranging, interdisciplinary practice which merges painting, photography, film, sculpture, installation, collaborative actions, and partici...
jim hodges at camden arts centre, london
The exhibition was organised in collaboration with Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, Italy and Centre Pompidou Paris, Musée national d'Art Moderne.
For more information, see the Camden Arts Centre's website:
claire barclay at whitechapel gallery
26 May 2010 - 2 May 2011
The Whitechapel Gallery presents a new site-specific artwork by leading artist Claire Barclay.
Claire Barclay is a leading figure in a generation of young sculptors that have defined a re-engagement with materials and the process of making artwork. For her new installation, Shadow Spans, Barclay will create a large-scale installation in direct response to The Commission Gallery.