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.
Thomas Hirschhorn and Jim Hodges are included in an informal group of international contemporary artists who have come together to support ’Artists at Risk’, a non-profit organisation who since 2013 have collaborated with arts non-profits and government funders to assist artists who are at risk politically and fleeing oppression and war.
Christie’s presents 'Unquestioning Love: An Auction to Benefit the New York City AIDS Memorial'. Across two live sales at Christie's New York, the sales of 19 artworks by a select group of leading contemporary artists occurs as the New York City AIDS Memorial celebrates its 10th anniversary.
In celebration of Earth Day 2021, Jim Hodges Studio presents a retrospective on his residency at Grace Cathedral, including films of each of the performances.
We are delighted to invite you to join Stephen Friedman and owner of Modernity Andrew Duncanson for an online conversation about their collaboration, ‘Stephen Friedman Gallery at The London House of Modernity'.
Jim Hodges' new mirrored-glass artwork is now on view above the busiest entrance at Grand Central Station. Located near the 42 Street entrance, on the landing and mezzanine levels of the stairs and escalator that connect Grand Central Terminal with the subway station, the expansive work is comprised of over 5,000 pieces of glass in more than 70 different colours.
This new monograph represents the first in-depth survey of the life and work of one of America's most celebrated contemporary artists.
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