Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present Deborah Roberts’ second solo exhibition at the gallery, ‘I have something to tell you’. This new body of work investigates the challenges encountered by Black children as they strive to build their identity. The exhibition brings together paintings featuring both black and white backgrounds, including some of the largest works the artist has ever made.
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.
For Art Basel Hong Kong 2022, Stephen Friedman Gallery presents new paintings and works on paper by Andreas Eriksson.
Caroline Walker joins Laura Smith (curator at Whitechapel Gallery, London) to discuss her current solo exhibition ‘Lisa’ at Stephen Friedman Gallery.
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.
This exhibition presents a group of previously unrealized installations from one of sculptor Melvin Edwards' most dynamic bodies of work.
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.
Curated by Christophe Leribault, the exhibition 'Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence' is hosted at Fondazione Giorgio Cini on the occasion of the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.
In this exhibition Barclay includes a series of tactile sculptural environments, where large-scale forms, made predominantly from fabrics and metals, “suggest textile narratives and explore our complex relationships with cloth.”
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.
Holly Hendry has been commissioned by Birmingham City University to create a new artwork to celebrate Birmingham as a place of innovation and mark the latest phase in the £70 million regeneration of the historic Belmont Works building that will be the new home of the University’s STEAMhouse project.
A new sculpture from international artist Yinka Shonibare CBE RA, has been commissioned by the David Oluwale Memorial Association [DOMA] to honour the life of the British Nigerian and Leeds resident whose personal story inspired local people to create a lasting legacy to mark his life. The sculpture will be unveiled as part of Leeds 2023, the city’s landmark year of culture.
This summer, Hackney will welcome The World Reimagined globe trails, a series of specially-designed public artworks as part of a UK-wide art and education initiative. The project aims to transform how we understand the Transatlantic Slave Trade and its impact.
'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.
'Women Painting Women' is a thematic exhibition featuring 46 female artists who choose women as subject matter in their works. This presentation includes approximately 50 evocative portraits that span the late 1960s to the present. International in scope, 'Women Painting Women' recognises female perspectives that have been underrepresented in the history of postwar figuration.
Group presentation ‘The Circus We Are’ explores the influence of the circus world on art. Situating imagery of clowns, merry-go-rounds, fairground games and tightrope walkers alongside contemporary artworks, the exhibition poses the question ‘Are we in the circus?’.
On the occasion of the institution’s 30th anniversary, Kunstmuseum Bonn presents a comprehensive survey of its collection of contemporary art across twenty rooms. ‘Space for imaginative actions’ offers fresh perspectives on key figures, movements and subjects, as well as showcasing some of the world’s most innovative contemporary artists.
Jeffrey Gibson: ‘The Body Electric’ is a comprehensive survey of Gibson’s multi-decade practice highlighting the artist's purposeful use of material, provocative language, and collaborative community-rooted performances.
Hulda Guzmán features in 'A Cool Million Campaign', a public arts initiative for climate awareness led by artists and institutions to expand environmental justice programming and support the conservation of one million acres of land.
The first show from the new international curatorial cooperative Radicants, founded by Nicolas Bourriaud, explores how climate change influences today’s art – specifically through the lens of the sublime, as defined as “a delight tinged with terror” by the 18th-century philosopher Edmund Burke.
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