'Lisa Brice' opens at GEM Museum for Contemporary Art, 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.
For her solo exhibition at Modern Art Museum of Forth Worth (the Modern), Texas, American artist Marina Adams presents seven large-scale paintings from the past four years alongside recent gouache-on-paper works from her 'New York' series.
After almost seven months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Centro Cultural Oi Futuro reopened to the public with 'Campo Expandido', a solo exhibition by Luiz Zerbini featuring new site-specific installations and interventions.
Spike Island presents a selection of paintings and works on paper by Denzil Forrester in his largest institutional exhibition to date. Titled 'Itchin & Scratchin', this touring exhibition spans Forrester's engagement with the dimly lit dancehalls of 1980s East London to the present-day open-air clubs of Jamaica. The exhibition is presented in partnership with Nottingham Contemporary where it opened in February 2020.
For its inaugural exhibition, The Box presents 'Kehinde Wiley: Ship of Fools'. The show includes the three-channel digital film projection 'Narrenschiff' (Ship of Fools), which joined the museum's collection in 2018 thanks to the Contemporary Art Society Collections Fund at Frieze.
Nordic Watercolour Museum, Tjörn presents a solo exhibition of watercolours, drawings and hand-woven textiles by Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson. Encompassing a wide range of media, this exhibition offers a unique window onto the artist’s experience of his rural surroundings in Medelplana, Sweden.