• Gülsün Karamustafa: Double Reality, 1987/2013. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange, 2014.18. Photo: Mustafa Hazneci

      EXHIBITION PREVIEW – Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin

      Tuesday, 29 March 2016 16:17

      Gülsün Karamustafa. Chronographia 10 June – 23 October, 2016 An exhibition by the Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Press conference: Tuesday, 7 June, 2016, 11 am Opening: Thursday, 9 June, 2016, 8 pm Gülsün Karamustafa (b. 1946) is regarded as one of the most important artists of the second half of the 20th century […]

    • Maxwell Stevens "Summer Table Study" 2014.  Oil on canvas, 26 x 27 in / 66 x 68.5 cm. Courtesy the artist and onetwentyeight, New York

      Maxwell Stevens: Thesis Antithesis & Synthesis

      Tuesday, 22 March 2016 22:28

      The American painter has resorted to a prodigious ascension towards the dialectic synthesis of his oeuvre. Naturalistic realism and abstract expressionism are conjugated with a rich palette of stylistic and compositional elements in a period of creative maturity which is set to make waves. During this past snowy February we had the opportunity to attend […]

    • Mark Wallinger, 'Id Paintings', 2016, Hauser & Wirth, North Gallery. Photo: Hauser & Wirth © 2016.

      Mark Wallinger’s ID At Hauser & Wirth

      Saturday, 19 March 2016 20:30

      Hauser & Wirth London is currently presenting Mark Wallinger’s debut solo exhibition with the gallery. The artist’s latest offering is spread across both Savile Row spaces hosting a presentation of new paintings and multi-media works. Wallinger utilises Sigmund Freud’s terms, id, ego and superego in an interrogation of the psyche, the self, and the subject, […]

    • The Charm,  Hans Andre.

      Hans Andre’s comments about his paintings

      Saturday, 19 March 2016 18:11

      The painting, The Charm, made in 2015, originated in the bourgeois highly “discreet” charm and these people’s dominance and self-satisfaction but also lack of self-awareness. The idea came after participating in a snobbish event, it was actually a funeral, with, as always, the pompous and exaggerated speeches. The emerging binary digits can either symbolize the passing […]

    • Preview - opening reception at The Met Breuer, Mar. 5, 2016. Photo: J. Gora

      The inaugural exhibitions at The Met Breuer

      Saturday, 19 March 2016 04:17

      Thomas Campbell, director of the Met, called the Breuer “a piece of sculpture”. It has been referred to as an upside down Mayan ruin — a Cyclops. The Met has leased it for 8 years as it pursues a renovation at the Fifth Avenue Contemporary and Modern wing. Architects Beyer Blinder Belle known for their reverent renovations […]

    • For as Long as It Lasts, 2016, courtesy the artists, artists' rendering
    The Future, 2014, courtesy Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen, photo: 
    Anders Sune Berg

      Elmgreen & Dragset: Powerless Structures

      Wednesday, 16 March 2016 20:57

      By Ruth Direktor The image most characterizing the first exhibition in Israel by artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset is that of a structure that has collapsed and scattered to pieces. Instead of a complete, coherent exhibition located in one gallery, offering the visitor a total experience, several works are scattered throughout the Museum, chancing upon […]

    • Richard Bell, Embassy, 2013, installation view, The 5th Moscow Biennale, Moscow, 2013, image courtesy the artist, Milani Gallery and Moscow Biennale Art Foundation © the artist

      20th Biennale of Sydney

      Monday, 14 March 2016 17:38

      83 artists from 35 countries and more than 200 works presented across nineteen locations free to the public. The 20th Biennale will be presented at 19 locations – including seven main sites or ‘embassies of thought’ – from 18 March and continue until 5 June, 2016. The last month announcement brings the total number of […]

    • Terrance Guardipee (Blackfeet), Mountain Chief, 2012, depicting Blackfeet leader Mountain Chief.  On view in “Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains,” opening March 12, 2016, at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York.

Photo by Ernest Amoroso, National Museum of the American Indian

      “Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains”

      Monday, 14 March 2016 16:49

      “Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains” Offers Rarely Seen Historic Native American Masterworks, Unveils Contemporary Works by 16 Artists National Museum of the American Indian Exhibition Traces Evolution of the Narrative Tradition Vibrant storytelling of society, war and peacetime, repression and expression is found within the historic narrative artworks of Native peoples of the Great […]

    • Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, The Marionette Maker, 2014, mixed media

      Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller – The Marionette Maker

      Saturday, 12 March 2016 21:22

      April 16 – June 11, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6–8pm Luhring Augustine is pleased to present The Marionette Maker, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. The artists have been collaborating since 1995, and are internationally recognized for their immersive multimedia works that often engage viewers in mysterious and dreamlike […]

    • R.S.V.P. I — Senga Nengudi, 1997/2003
Nylon mesh and sand
Installation dimensions variable

Permanent Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York Courtesy the artist, Hauser & Wirth and Thomas Erben Gallery, New York

      Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947 – 2016

      Saturday, 12 March 2016 17:38

      13 Mar – 4 Sep 2016, Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Grand Opening: Sunday 13 March 2016, 2 – 6 pm Los Angeles… Beginning 13 March 2016, Hauser Wirth & Schimmel is pleased to present ‘Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947 – 2016,’ the inaugural exhibition at its new complex in the heart […]

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