ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
Eric Fischl
Eric Fischl
Complications from an Already Unfulfilled Life
Fischl produces 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.
Lubaina Himid
Lubaina Himid: Work From Underneath
Through October 6, 2019
With larger historical narratives often as a driving force, Lubaina Himid’s works critique the consequences of colonialism and question the invisibility of people of color in the arts and the media.
Akos Ezer
Akos Ezer / Abstract Hungary
Through September 5, 2019
With these figures seemingly distorted by strange movements the artist powerfully speaks of the foundering, the clumsiness, and the fallibility of the individual and of society as a whole.
ARTPIL / Prescription .097
present forever stillborn
In this blue light I can take you there, snow having made me a world of bone seen through to. This is my house, my section of Etruscan wall, my neighbor’s lemontrees… – Jorie Graham
Allan Sekula
The Coming World / Part II
Ecology as the New Politics 2030–2100
Inviting the viewer to face imbalances, the exhibition explores the symptoms in various stages of anxiety or denial, and offers ways of working and coping with our collective ecological trauma.
Mella Jaarsma
The Coming World / Part I
Ecology as the New Politics 2030–2100
This major exhibition project brings together works by over 50 artists, looking at a future already in the making as the environmental agenda becomes one of most pressing global political questions.
Josef Sima
The Road to Le Grand Jeu
Josef Sima / To July 28, 2019
The exhibition Josef Sima: The Road to Le Grand Jeu presents the early work as well as masterpieces of one of the most influential figures of modern art and co-founder of the group Le Grand Jeu.
Eric Fischl
Eric Fischl
Complications from an Already Unfulfilled Life
Fischl produces 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.
Lubaina Himid
Lubaina Himid: Work From Underneath
Through October 6, 2019
With larger historical narratives often as a driving force, Lubaina Himid’s works critique the consequences of colonialism and question the invisibility of people of color in the arts and the media.
Akos Ezer
Akos Ezer / Abstract Hungary
Through September 5, 2019
With these figures seemingly distorted by strange movements the artist powerfully speaks of the foundering, the clumsiness, and the fallibility of the individual and of society as a whole.
ARTPIL / Prescription .097
present forever stillborn
In this blue light I can take you there, snow having made me a world of bone seen through to. This is my house, my section of Etruscan wall, my neighbor’s lemontrees… – Jorie Graham
Allan Sekula
The Coming World / Part II
Ecology as the New Politics 2030–2100
Inviting the viewer to face imbalances, the exhibition explores the symptoms in various stages of anxiety or denial, and offers ways of working and coping with our collective ecological trauma.
Mella Jaarsma
The Coming World / Part I
Ecology as the New Politics 2030–2100
This major exhibition project brings together works by over 50 artists, looking at a future already in the making as the environmental agenda becomes one of most pressing global political questions.
Josef Sima
The Road to Le Grand Jeu
Josef Sima / To July 28, 2019
The exhibition Josef Sima: The Road to Le Grand Jeu presents the early work as well as masterpieces of one of the most influential figures of modern art and co-founder of the group Le Grand Jeu.