Hauser & Wirth is proud to present an exhibition of works by László Moholy-Nagy coinciding with the centenary of the Bauhaus in 2019. The show in London will provide a deeper understanding of this restless innovator, artist, educator and writer (more…)
In Martha Rosler’s engagement with theory, critique, and the written word, is a concern for the operations of authoritarianism and the manifestation of current tendencies and policies in the political climate.
Picking out a face in a crowd, capturing an act of violence between siblings, or framing close-up portraits of quiet despair, Dave Heath had an instinctive ability to capture the soul behind the persona.
The exhibition reviews the creative career of director Stanley Kubrick, from his formative years as a photographer at Look magazine, to his 12 feature films, closing with his projects that remained uncompleted or were taken on by other filmmakers. (more…)
For the first time, Paul Klee and his impressive circle of friends including Kandinsky, Arp, and Picasso, are being presented in an extensive exhibition with works from the collection of the Kunstmuseum Bern and the Zentrum Paul Klee.
“I began to see, feel and understand its effect, I was becoming sensitive to light. Being patient in such a transitional space began to amplify every detail. Everything became significant.” –Jamie Hawkesworth
Dia Center was founded in New York City in 1974 by Philippa de Menil, Heiner Friedrich, and Helen Winkler to help artists achieve visionary projects that might not otherwise be realized because of scale or scope. (more…)
Eric FischlComplications from an Already Unfulfilled Life showcases images of American society as seen through the lens of middle and upper class malaise, where figures routinely share space on his canvases, trapped in the midst of strained exchanges.
The exhibition sheds light on a very specific question: is there place for queer people in the house of God? And if their place exists, where in the church are these seats to be found? Artists Florian Hetz, Birk Thomassen, Laurence Philomène, and Sophia Wallace.
In the oscillation between microcosm and macrocosm, chaos and order, dissonance and harmony, disintegration and structure, is the core of this group exhibition presenting the works of five artists, Monika Grzymala, Anastasia Ax, Alina Chaiderov, Henrik Håkansson, and Serina Erfjord.
Focusing on the contrast between the modern and the primitive, the technological and the tribal, and society with nature, Edoardo Caimi creates imaginary based on the short circuit between these two worlds.
Erwin Olaf’s women subjects are staged in highly composed images of formal perfection while instilling a sense of quiet drama into his scenes, resulting in an air of ambiguity and narrative uncertainty.
Michael Crouser just published his third book of photography, Mountain Ranch, out on Texas University Press, with a forward by Gretel Ehrlich. This series captures the disappearing tradition of a different kind of heroism of the romanticized American West.
Lu Guang was born in 1961, in Zhejiang Province, China. He has been passionate about photography since he held a camera for the first time, in 1980 when he was a factory worker in his hometown in Yongkang County. (more…)
The highly choreographed nature of Alex Prager’s work embodies a visual vocabulary and style that has become her own, a familiar yet uncanny imagery depicting worlds synthesized of fiction and reality.
Sinziana Velicescu’s work is a minimalist and abstract approach, a modern chronicling of a quiet land surveyor, completely separated of sentimentality. The publication of her series is a documentation of time, bracketed in images of framed surfaces of space.
CITTÀDIMILANO brings together for the first time a wide selection of sculptural works by Giorgio Andreotta Calò. The artist conceived the exhibition display, transforming the Shed into a fluid environment (more…)
For the first time since the opening of Collezione Maramotti in October 2007, ten rooms on the second floor of the permanent display will be rehung to present some of the projects shown during the first ten years of activity (more…)
With works from 1960–2014, the exhibition intends to act as an extensive overview of the career of Jannis Kounellis, tracing his interest in everyday materials, conjuring ideas of creation and destruction.
Over the course of nearly six decades, William Eggleston has established a singular style that deftly combines the vernacular subject with an innate and sophisticated use of color, form, and composition. (more…)
The infectious Brazilian stylings of Grupo Corpo. The return of William Christie’s ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Superstar director Ivo van Hove reimagines an obscure Czech opera. Mark Morris interprets the Beatles…