Claire Barclay is included in 'From narrow provinces' at CAMP LINE, Nithsdale, Scotland, UK

12 October 2019
From narrow provinces is a group exhibition at CAMP LINE, Scotland, UK. The exhibition brings together work by artists who work within the junctures between painting and textiles, sculpture and architecture. The relief print series 'Unearthing 1–6' by Claire Barclay is included in the exhibition. 

Napoleonic paintings by Kehinde Wiley and Jacques-Louis David to be united at the former residence of the French Emperor, Château de Malmaison, Paris, France

9 October 2019
Jacques-Louis David's celebrated 19th-century portrait of Napoleon on horseback will be shown alongside the Americn artist Kehinde Wiley's dramatic homage to David's painting for the first time this autumn. Both works go on show at Château de Malmaison in western Paris this autumn (9 October 2019-6 January 2020), formerly Napoleon Bonaparte's private estate, and will travel to the Brooklyn Museum in New York (24 January-10 May 2020).

'The Gatekeepers' by Jonathan Baldock, with Florence Peake, and Chlöe Herington takes place at Tramway, Glasgow, UK

6 October 2019
To mark the closing of Baldock's exhibition Facecrime, Tramway presents The Gatekeepers. This new performance commission developed with Florence Peake, and Chlöe Herington will take place within the exhibition as part of Dance International Glasgow.

Channing Hansen is included in 'Thread.' at Long Beach Museum of Art, California, USA

4 October 2019
Thread. is a unique group exhibition at Long Beach Museum of Art, California that brings together work by contemporary artists who push the boundaries of the textile medium. Redefining the dialogue between tradition and contemporary styles and methods, the exhibition reveals the endless potential of textiles as a form of artistic expression.

'Inside Out: Jiro Takamatsu and Keiji Uematsu in Conversation' opens this September at Royal Society of Sculptors, London, UK

30 September 2019
Inside Out is an exhibition of Japanese sculpture at Royal Society of Sculptors, London, curated by Tokyo-based art historian Yumiko Chiba. The exhibition aims to bring post-war Japanese sculpture associated with the influential Mono-Ha (School of Things) to a wider audience, through exploring a dialogue between two important proponents of the movement, Jiro Takamatsu and Keiji Uematsu.

Melvin Edwards: 'Crossroads' at Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, USA

29 September 2019
Melvin Edwards: Crossroads is a solo exhibition at Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, curated by Christopher Bedford and Katy Siegel. The exhibition highlights the African roots of Edwards' practice, placing 16 works by the American artist in dialogue with objects from the BMA's significant collection of African art.

Kehinde Wiley: 'Rumors of War' to be unveiled this September in Times Square, New York, USA

27 September 2019
American artist Kehinde Wiley is to unveil his first monumental public sculpture, ‘Rumors of War', in Times Square, New York this September. The sculpture will be permanently installed on the historic Arthur Boulevard in Richmond, at the entrance of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA), Virginia, USA.

Ged Quinn features in 'Living Ruins' at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, Worcester, UK

26 September 2019
Living Ruins at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum in Worcestershire, UK is a group exhibition that explores the fascination of historical ruins. Taking works from the Arts Council Collection as a starting point, the exhibition also displays important and rarely seen works from museum collections. The show includes the large-scale oil on linen work, ‘Bela Forgets the Scissors' by Ged Quinn.

Tomasello and Espinosa. Around the Square at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA), Buenos Aires, Argentina.

20 September 2019
Tomasello and Espinosa. Around the Square is a two-person exhibition at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA), Buenos Aires, Argentina. The exhibition brings together for the first time works by Argentine artists Manuel Espinosa (1912 - 2006) and Luis Tomasello (1915 - 2014).

Denzil Forrester is commissioned by TFL for Brixton Underground Station, London, UK

19 September 2019

Art on the Underground have commissioned Grenada-born, British artist Denzil Forrester to create a large-scale public artwork, currently on view until September 2020. Forrester is the third commission in a new series at Brixton, following on from Njideka Akunyili Crosby in 2018 and Aliza Nisenbaum in 2019. The programme selects artists to respond to the diverse narratives of the murals from the 1980s, the rapid development of the area and the wider social and political history of mural making.

Melvin Edwards is included in ‘Walking Through Walls', a group exhibition at Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany,

12 September 2019
Walking Through Walls is a group exhibition at Gropius Bau in Berlin, Germany, that marks the 30th anniversary of one of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Investigating the Berlin Wall as a symbol of division, the exhibition explores experiences of vulnerability and anxiety that result from the rise of socio-political power structures that thrive on confinement and segregation. 

David Shrigley is included in 'Playmode' at MAAT, Lisbon, Portugal

11 September 2019
Playmode is a group exhibition at MAAT, Lisbon, which explores the connection between art and play as methods to promote new ways of seeing. The exhibition brings together artists including Brad Downey, Gabriel Orozco and Ana Vieira who employ games and play for evasion, subversion, criticism, and transformation.

Thomas Hirschhorn is included in ‘Age of You’ at MOCA Toronto, Canada

5 September 2019
Age of You is a group exhibition at MOCA Toronto, Canada curated by Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland and Hans Ulrich Obrist. The exhibition explores how ideas of selfhood have become more extreme and what it means to be an individual today. With graphic design by Daly & Lyon and over 70 visual contributions from the worlds of art, the exhibition covers fields as diverse as sculpture, design, fashion, filmmaking and photography to performance and electronic music.

Channing Hansen is included in 'Black and White' at Frederick R. Weisman Museum, Pepperdine University, California, USA

27 August 2019
Black and White is a group exhibition at Frederick R. Weisman Museum, Pepperdine University, California, USA. United by the common theme of black and white, the exhibition includes works by James Drake, John Baldessari, and knitted paintings hanging in wooden frames by Channing Hansen.

Kehinde Wiley in 'Michael Jackson: On the Wall' touring to Espoo Museum of Modern Art (EMMA), Espoo, Finland

21 August 2019
Michael Jackson: On the Wall travels to EMMA this Autumn. The exhibition explores Jackson's career and presents almost 100 artworks to show how the singer inspired some of the leading names in contemporary art.

Melvin Edwards at Museu da República, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

16 August 2019
Melvin Edwards is a solo exhibition by the pioneering African-American artist at Museu da República, Rio de Janeiro. Examples of Edwards' iconic steel sculpture sit alongside works in watercolour to explore the theoretical threads that underly the stylistic diversity of his practice.

Rivane Neuenschwander in 'Circadian Rhythms: Contemporary art and biological time' at The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork, Ireland

3 August 2019
Circadian Rhythms: Contemporary art and biological time is a group exhibition at The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork, curated by Chris Clarke and Fiona Kearney in association with the APC Microbiome Centre, UCC. The exhibition takes as its starting point the rhythm of life on earth as it flows through 24-hour cycles. Examining themes from the cadence of working life and sleeping patterns to the impact of modern technologies on human biology, the exhibition explores our relationship with circadian rhythms.

Yinka Shonibare CBE features in ‘Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things’, touring to Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK

3 August 2019
Touring exhibition Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things brings together over 50 of Odundo's vessels alongside a selection of historic and contemporary objects. Curated by the artist, the exhibition reveals the vast array of references from around the globe that have informed the development of her distinctive work. 'Jane Morris' by Yinka Shonibare CBE is included in the exhibition.

Kindness: Prints and Drawings by David Shrigley at Newstead Abbey Historic House and Gardens, Nottinghamshire, UK

27 July 2019
Kindness is a solo exhibition of work by British artist David Shrigley at Newstead Abbey Historic House and Gardens, Nottinghamshire. Foregrounding Shrigley's deadpan, caustic humour, the exhibition includes prints and drawings that make satirical comments on everyday situations and human interactions.

Ged Quinn features in ‘Comeback – Art Historical Renaissances’ at Kunsthalle Tübingen, Germany

20 July 2019
Comeback - Art-Historical Renaissances is a group exhibition at Kunsthalle Tübingen that explores a renaissance in the use of art historical tropes and techniques in contemporary art. Presenting artists who reference the working practices of old masters, the exhibition displays art that privileges uniqueness, authenticity or nostalgia in a contrast to the mass-produced global culture of today.

Yinka Shonibare CBE is included in 'Fly Me To The Moon: The Lunar Landing: 50 Years Later', touring to Museum der Moderne Salzburg.

20 July 2019
Touring exhibition Fly Me To The Moon: The Lunar Landing: 50 Years Later is on display at its final exhibition, at Museum der Moderne Salzburg. 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing - an event that transformed our relationship with the world and our environment. In celebration of this landmark event, Fly me to the Moon is a journey through the history of artists' engagement with the Moon from the Romantic era to the present day. 

Luiz Zerbini: 'Trees' at Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, France

12 July 2019
A solo focus on Brazilian artist Luiz Zerbini forms part of Trees, a group exhibition at Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain in Paris, France. Bringing together artists with scientists, botanists and philosophers, the exhibition is a holistic investigation of humans' relationship with trees. Exploring the subject in light of recent scientific discoveries, the exhibition displays the beauty and biological wealth of trees alongside the threats of climate change and deforestation.

Deborah Roberts features in ‘Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage’ at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, UK.

29 June 2019
‘Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage' is the first survey exhibition of collage ever to take place. Often described as a twentieth-century invention, collage in fact has a long history. Showing the vast range and depth of collage as a medium, this show spans a period of more than 400 years, and displays over individual 250 works.

David Shrigley features in ‘Stance and Fall: A Wavering World' at Museum Marta Herford, Germany

29 June 2019
This group exhibition at Museum of Marta Herford explores the human quest for orientation in a chaotic and hazardous world. Investigating our attempts to take a firm stance, the exhibition covers subjects from stark political positions that risk initiating societal dissolution, to the tumbling bodies of dancers and falling animals.

'Criminal Ornamentation: Yinka Shonibare CBE Curates the Arts Council Collection' at Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, UK

28 June 2019
The touring exhibition Criminal Ornamentation: Yinka Shonibare CBE Curates the Arts Council Collection opens at its final destination, Southampton City Art Gallery. Selecting works from the Arts Council Collection as a starting point, British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare CBE curates an exhibition that revels in pattern and ornament.

Kendell Geers curates 'IncarNations: African Art as Philosophy’ at Sindika Dokolo Foundation Collection at Palais des Beaux-Arts, BOZAR, Brussels, Belgium

28 June 2019
IncarNations: African Art as Philosophy is an exhibition at Palais des Beaux-Arts, BOZAR, Brussels, which explores the spiritual elements that bind the art of Africa and its diasporas. For this unique exhibition, South-African artist Kendell Geers and Congolese art collector Sindika Dokolo bring together 150 works of art from Dokolo's vast collection. Combining ancient artefacts with contemporary art, the exhibition displays an astonishing variety of art objects, from classical masks and two dimensional works, to sculpture of the present day.

Kehinde Wiley features in 'Less Is a Bore' at ICA Boston, Massachusetts, USA

26 June 2019
Less Is a Bore: Maximalist Art & Design brings together works by contemporary artists that privilege decoration, pattern, and maximalism. Works on display span generations, geographies and a wide variety of media from painting, sculpture and ceramics to dance and furniture design.

David Shrigley: ‘Don't (No Lo Hagas)’ at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City

22 June 2019
Don't (No Lo Hagas) is a solo exhibition by David Shrigley at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, organised in collaboration with Fundación Amparo y Manuel (AMMA). Encompassing a wide range of media, the exhibition important pieces from throughout the British artist's career.

Jim Hodges at Pizzuti Collection, Ohio, USA

1 June 2019
This exhibition features more than thirty works by Jim Hodges from the collection of Ron and Ann Pizzuti. With work in a variety of media from 1992 to 2019 collected by Ron and Ann Pizzuti over a period of decades, this exhibition offers a unique view of the artist's practice. It also reflects the strong relationship between the artist and Columbus' most prominent collectors of contemporary art.

'Hazmat Love' (2016) by Tom Friedman goes on display at Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, UK

25 May 2019
‘Hazmat Love' (2016) by Tom Friedman is currently on display at the entrance of Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. The sculpture embodies Tom Friedman's unparalleled technical craftsmanship and unique creative philosophy. The work depicts two figures, clasping hands and engaged in what could be a dance, embrace or greeting. The artist describes the scene as a ‘dystopian romance - love in a toxic environment'. 

Yinka Shonibare CBE features in ‘Mirrors – The Reflected Self’ at Museum Rietberg, Zürich, Switzerland.

17 May 2019
Bringing together 200 artworks from international museums and collections, Mirrors – The Reflected Self explores how the idea of the mirror has been used throughout art history, from classical Greece to the present day.

Jonathan Baldock: 'Facecrime' tours from Camden Arts Centre, London, to Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

12 April 2019

Facecrime is the first solo exhibition in Scotland by Jonathan Baldock (b. 1980) who works across multiple platforms including sculpture, installation and performance. Baldock has an ongoing interest in the contrast between the material qualities of ceramic and fabric, drawing them together in his theatrical installations and sculptural assemblages.

Thomas Hirschhorn in ‘Hybrid Sculpture: Contemporary Sculpture of the collection of the Stedelijk Museum’, at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

23 March 2019
With more than twenty works by nineteen artists on display, ‘Hybrid sculpture' reveals how much sculpture has changed in the past three decades. Opposing classical rules, these artists reject notions of ‘pure' sculpture to create ‘hybrid' sculptures that combine performance, video art, and design.

‘Kehinde Wiley: Equestrian Portrait of Prince Tommaso of Savoy-Carignan' is part of Santa Barbara Museum of Art's Park Projects

3 March 2019
‘Kehinde Wiley: Equestrian Portrait of Prince Tommaso of Savoy-Carignan' is part of SBMA's Park Projects: a new series of installations using the grand stairwell at SBMA's Park Entrance. Serving as the Museum's main point of access during ongoing renovation, this space has displayed temporary installations of works by contemporary artists since August 2018.

Yinka Shonibare CBE at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum, Chicago, Illinois, USA

2 March 2019
The inaugural exhibition of the Driehaus Museum's new contemporary art series, ‘A Tale of Today', is dedicated to the early work of Yinka Shonibare CBE. Drawing on history, politics and fashion as well as his own British and Nigerian heritage, Shonibare explores and critiques our understanding of the past.

Ilona Keserü and Anne Truitt in 'Epic Abstraction: Pollock to Herrera' at The Met Fifth Avenue, New York, USA

17 December 2018
Featuring work from the 1940s to the present day, 'Epic Abstraction: Pollock to Herrera' explores large-scale abstract painting, sculpture and assemblage. Iconic pieces from The Met collection are shown in conversation with works by international artists such as Ilona Keserü and Anne Truitt.

Tom Friedman in 'Mad World' at Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles, USA

20 November 2018
Bringing together exemplary works from the Marciano Collection, 'Mad World' exhibits the rampant absurdities of contemporary life. With several works that reflect on childhood and the cycle of life, the show aims to encourage consideration of the future - of what may or may not be a likely, or desirable, trajectory. Hand in hand with this theme is the notion of identity which, examined through innovative portraiture, highlights the unknown and unpredictable in ourselves and others. Ideas of how

Deborah Roberts in 'Constructing Identity in America' (1766-2017) at the Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey, USA

1 September 2018
‘Constructing Identity in America' featuring Deborah Roberts is a group show displaying works from the permanent collection of Montclair Art Museum. With works produced since America's birth in 1776 to the present day, the show addresses and analyses the evolution of American identity across time.