Actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament meet with artist Jonathan Baldock to discuss his works across multiple platforms including sculpture, installation and performance for Season 13 of Talk Art.
Public Art Fund presents a group exhibition at Brooklyn Bridge Park co-curated by artist Hugh Hayden and Public Art Fund Adjunct Curator Daniel S. Palmer. Titled 'Black Atlantic', the exhibition brings together new site-responsive artworks by Leilah Babirye, Hugh Hayden, Dozie Kanu, Tau Lewis and Kiyan Williams.
Actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament meet with Caroline Walker to discuss 'Lisa' for Season 13 of Talk Art.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is proud to announce Tau Lewis’ participation in La Biennale di Venezia’s 59th International Art Exhibition 'The Milk of Dreams' curated by Cecilia Alemani.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, presents landmark solo exhibition 'Yinka Shonibare CBE RA: Planets in My Head'. The expansive showcase features a selection from the past three decades of Shonibare’s body of work, including sculptures, paintings, photographs, print and film.
The 58th Carnegie International, titled ‘Is it morning for you yet?’ brings together historical works from the collections of international institutions, estates, and artists, alongside new commissions and recent works by contemporary artists.
The World Reimagined globe trails, are series of 103 unique public artworks that explore the history and legacy of the Transatlantic Trade as part of a UK-wide art and education initiative. The nationwide project aims to transform how we understand the Transatlantic Slave Trade and its impact.
Deborah Roberts is joined in conversation by writer and curator Ekow Eshun, to discuss her current solo exhibition, 'I have something to tell you' at Stephen Friedman Gallery until 23 July.
The final instalment of the RWA’s elements series, ‘Earth: Digging Deep in British Art 1781-2022’ is a major exhibition spanning four centuries of artwork. The group exhibition tackles the most expansive and urgent of subject matters, bringing together important modern, historical and contemporary artworks.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to announce the acquisition of Kehinde Wiley’s celebrated new series ‘The Prelude’ (2021) by the rennie collection. Exhibited by the National Gallery, London, to great acclaim between December 2021 and April 2022, it consists of five large-scale paintings and an immersive six-channel digital film.
Black Rock Senegal announce the 2022-2023 participants for the third year of its Artist-in-Residence program. Founded by renowned artist Kehinde Wiley in 2019, Black Rock Senegal seeks to support new artistic creation through collaborative exchange and to incite change in the global discourse about Africa.
The sixth edition of ‘A Summer in Le Havre’ features several temporary large-scale art installations and a curated programme of events. Highlights include a ‘half-man, half-woman being’ by Japanese sculptor Izumi Kato, set in the tree-lined square of Saint-Vincent church. Also on view is ‘Apparitions’ by German artist Stephan Balkenhol, a permanent installation of figures displayed on the facades of the city’s Perret Buildings.
Curated by Katy Hessel, art historian and founder of The Great Women Artists, and artist Deborah Roberts, ‘From Near and Far’ features over twenty works, many of which have never been shown before. Bringing together 16 contemporary female artists, the exhibition focuses on collage as a concept and an art form; from the traditional method of splicing together imagery to amalgamating figures, forms, gestures and viewpoints. The artists are united by a shared interest in figuration.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present Deborah Roberts’ second solo exhibition at the gallery, ‘I have something to tell you’. The show features new paintings dominated by black backgrounds and some of the largest works the artist has ever made. Simultaneously powerful and vulnerable, heroic and insecure, Roberts’ subjects reveal how systemic racism, gender politics and western beauty standards shape the way Black children grow up.
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec presents group exhibition 'America: Between Dreams and Realities' featuring over 100 works drawn from the prestigious collection of Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC.
'52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone' celebrates the fifty-first anniversary of the historic exhibition 'Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists', curated by Lucy R. Lippard and presented at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 1971.
Group exhibition ‘Future Bodies from a Recent Past’ brings together more than 100 works and several large-scale installations by 58 artists. Featuring artists primarily from Europe, the United States, and Japan, the exhibition focuses on the major technological changes since World War II and their influence on our ideas of the body.
‘Wind Sculpture in Bronze I’ by Yinka Shonibare CBE RA is the third permanent sculpture presented to Royal Djurgården by Princess Estelle, Duchess of Östergötland's cultural foundation. The two metre sculpture, rendered in steel and fibreglass, captures the shifting movement of wind passing through Shonibare's signature Dutch wax batik fabric on a dramatic scale.
For Art Basel Hong Kong 2022, Stephen Friedman Gallery presents new paintings and works on paper by Andreas Eriksson.
Rothenstein’s enigmatic paintings are frequently characterised by a dreamlike quality. Mysterious figures often populate her flattened landscapes and interiors.
Caroline Walker joined Laura Smith (curator at Whitechapel Gallery, London) to discuss her current solo exhibition ‘Lisa’ at Stephen Friedman Gallery.
'Set It Off' brings together work by Leilah Babirye, Torkwase Dyson, February James, Karyn Olivier, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, and Kennedy Yanko. Often combining multiple elements of paintings, sculpture, installation, sound, and language, each artist in 'Set It Off' engages the monumental, the site-specific, or the immersive in their practice.
Curated by Dakin Hart with Alberto Rios de la Rosa, Assembly’s inaugural exhibition is devoted to cultural, social and economic exchange. 'Assembly 1: Unstored' features artworks 'rescued from the isolation of storage crates' and re-entered into the world, where they can 'play their role in the marketplace of ideas'.
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