Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a solo presentation by Ugandan artist Leliah Babirye for Frieze London and new sculptures by Babirye and Yinka Shonibare CBE RA for Frieze Sculpture 2023.
Jeffrey Gibson presents 'House of Spirits', as part of 'Queer Nature', a festival celebrating the diversity and beauty of queer plants and fungi in the Temperate House at Kew Gardens.
'Jonathan Baldock: Touch Wood' is a joyous, sensory feast of a solo exhibiition that takes inspiration from medieval sculpture, sacred geometry, the seasons and folk motifs.
Frieze Sculpture is now open. Free and open to the public, it features large new sculptures by Leilah Babirye and Yinka Shonibare CBE RA.
Opening on Lund's 'Kultur night', Andreas Eriksson's 'Munkäng' will be on display at Lund Cathedral Crypt. The large scale painting is exhibited free standing in the space, allowing visitors to walk around the work.
'Dreaming of Home' brings together twenty contemporary artists whose work explores the comforts and complications of queer and trans domestic life across international and intergenerational perspectives.
'Il morso delle termiti' undertakes a re-reading of art history through the lens of graffiti. It poses graffiti as an experience, attitude and mode of nonconformity, rather than an aesthetic.
Stephen Friedman is delighted to announce the representation of Woody De Othello in collaboration with Jessica Silverman and Karma.
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