We are delighted to announce a collaboration between Kehinde Wiley and The National Gallery, London on an exhibition of new work, which will be presented in Trafalgar Square this winter.
Rivane Neuenschwander will have a major solo exhibition at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz this winter. The show will bring together historical and recent works in a wide variety of media, including textiles, painting and film. Curated by Christiane Meyer-Stoll, the exhibition will be accompanied by a substantial publication.
Curated by Hou Hanru and Luigia Lonardelli, ‘The Purple Line’ is an exhibition of works including Hirschhorn’s ‘Pixel-Collage’, an expansive series of works created between 2015 and 2017. For the first time, the collages are grouped together and displayed on a long purple wall following a layout designed by the artist. The project seeks to disrupt the standard exhibition format whilst making the viewer hyper-aware of their surroundings.
'Warm Inside' marks Jonathan Baldock's first solo exhibition in Sweden. The presentation conjures a peaceful, parallel world where the relationships between trauma, sensuality, vulnerability, spirituality and the human body can be explored.
'A look inside' is the first major European solo exhibition from award-winning US-based artist Deborah Roberts. Combining collage with mixed media, her figurative works critique notions of beauty, the body, race and identity in contemporary society through the lens of Black children in the USA.
Jeffrey Gibson's solo exhibition at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Massachusetts explores the intersections of four powerful words—INFINITE INDIGENOUS QUEER LOVE.
Cample Line presents a solo exhibition of new works by Brazilian artist Tonico Lemos Auad. Auad engages with the architectural features of the gallery spaces and builds on his recent use of wood reclaimed from buildings or storm-damaged forests in combination with textiles and other materials such as bronze.
‘To Feel Myself Beloved on the Earth’ is an exhibition of new and recent multimedia works by Jeffrey Gibson, incorporating quilts, garments, drums, prints and video. The presentation takes its title from ‘Late Fragment’, the final poem in Raymond Carver’s last published work, ‘A New Path to the Waterfall’.
'Caroline Walker: Windows', explores themes of privacy and voyeurism. The exhibition brings together large-scale canvases and intimate portraits depicting anonymous women in environments that blur the line between private and public.
De 11 Lijnen presents a solo exhibition of watercolours, drawings and hand-woven textiles by Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson. Eriksson has described his tapestries as ‘existential landscapes’, an extension of painting in which the picture migrates to the linen itself.
Tau Lewis’ solo exhibition ‘Symphony’ is presented as part of the National Gallery of Canada’s Contemporary Projects series. ‘Symphony’ is the first work by Lewis to become part of the national collection, and is also the Toronto-born, Brooklyn-based artist’s inaugural presentation at the National Gallery of Canada.
This new installation by Jonathan Baldock comprises sculptural deities which pay tribute to the four (or five) elements of nature: earth, wind, fire, water (and ether). At the core of the exhibition is a theatrical stage which represents the quintessence of things and makes reference to the cycle of time borne out by the seasons of the year.
'Humdrum Days' at Louisiana Museum is the first major exhibition by Mamma Andersson in Denmark. Featuring almost 60 works including new paintings, the show spans 15 years of Andersson's practice. The presentation was developed in close collaboration with the artist and is accompanied by a catalogue with texts by Magnus Florin, Karl Ove Knausgård, Barry Schwabsky and an interview by the curator Marie Laurberg.
'Sweet Bitter Love: An Initiative of Toward Common Cause' presents Jeffrey Gibson’s reflections on representations of Indigenous people in cultural institutions. Responding to a series of 19th-century portraits by Eldridge Ayer Burbank, Gibson (a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and of Cherokee descent) refutes the stereotypical imagery that, for centuries, has helped create and reinforce pernicious myths about Indigenous people.
Thomas Hirschhorn’s ‘Spinoza-Car’, 2012 is featured at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium.
'I'm' at The Contemporary, Austin is the first institutional solo exhibition in Texas by Austin-based artist Deborah Roberts. To coincide with the exhibition, the artist has also created a new figurative mural on the exterior of the Jones Center building.
'Lisa Brice' opens at KM21, the Hague on 21 November 2020. Featuring both new and historical works, this survey show is the first museum exhibition by the South African artist to take place in the Netherlands.
‘Melvin Edwards: The Sculptor of Resistance’ is a touring solo exhibition which was initiated at Auroras, São Paulo in 2019 and travelled to Museu Afro Brasil, São Paulo, Brazil in November 2020. Spanning sixty-years' of Edwards' practice, the show revisits significant moments within the African-American artist's expansive career.
German artist Stephan Balkenhol presents an exhibition at Palais D'Iéna, Paris, France in dialogue with the architecture of the hypostyle hall designed by Auguste Perret.
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