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.
Presenting rotating exhibitions and viewable storage of the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, The Bunker showcases a wide range of contemporary art by both well-known and emerging artists, displayed alongside iconic pieces of furniture and other curiosities. The collection champions emerging, and at times, overlooked artists, especially in the early stages of their careers, and so the Bunker offers insight into a truly unique collection.
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.
TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is an annual contemporary art auction held in the Richard Meier-designed Rachofsky House in Dallas, benefitting both the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to announce representation of British artist Sarah Ball. Ball’s meticulously rendered portraits explore themes of gender and identity. Demonstrating an acute sensitivity to the psyche of her subjects, she emphasises physical characteristics that define how we outwardly portray ourselves to the world.
For this exhibition British artist Sarah Ball draws on historical photographs to create works that reflect on issues of bias, prejudice and prejudgement.
In celebration of the Royal Academy's 250th anniversary, Grayson Perry RA coordinated the biggest, brightest and most colourful Summer Exhibition yet.
The painting which Sarah Ball submitted for 'The Columbia Threadneedle Prize: Figurative Art Today' 2018 (formerly The Threadneedle Prize) is a striking example of the British artist's practice.
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