David Zwirner is pleased to announce Utopia Editions, the gallery’s new publisher of original prints by contemporary artists. Launching today with three new print editions by Marcel Dzama, Utopia Editions will provide artists opportunities to work with master printmakers across the globe.
Continuer de lire Introducing Utopia Editions with Three New Prints by Marcel Dzama (US)
Vous souhaitez créer un monde nouveau ? Un « Novoland », une nouvelle terre promise ? Eh bien, n’ayez crainte : rien n’est plus facile ! Tout d’abord, désignez un élément visuel dans votre image. N’importe lequel : par exemple, une ordinaire fenêtre ou un simple individu. Continuer de lire Exposition NOVOLAND – Philippe Calandre – François Ronsiaux / Galerie Olivier Waltman Paris
Jennifer Packer’s paintings and drawings combine observation, memory, and improvisation. Featuring over thirty works from the past decade, The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing is the largest survey of Packer’s practice to date. Continuer de lire Jennifer Packer: The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing / Whitney Museum of American (us)
52 Walker is pleased to open its inaugural exhibition, A Line, on Thursday, October 28, 2021. The presentation will feature works by Kandis Williams, whose versatile practice spans collage, performance, video, assemblage, and installation. Continuer de lire Kandis Williams: A Line / GALLERY David Zwirner (US)
David Richard Gallery is pleased to present Wax and Wane by Kevin Umaña, his first solo exhibition in New York and with the Gallery. This exhibition of 17 new artworks created during 2021 is part of a larger body of work comprised of five different, but related and interdependent bodies of works that differ by size, supports and media. Continuer de lire Kevin Umaña Debuts New Artworks – Geometric Depictions of Nature, Place and Culture in First Solo in New York at David Richard Gallery
MTA Arts & Design has just announced new mosaic artwork at stations on the L train (Canarsie Line), including No Less Than Everything Comes Together by Marcel Dzama at the Bedford Avenue Station. These installations culminate the upgrades and improvements at both stations as part of the L Train Project at one of the busiest stations in Brooklyn. Continuer de lire Marcel Dzama Unveils a New Mosaic in NYC
David Zwirner est heureux de présenter une exposition des nouvelles œuvres de Lisa Yuskavage. Présentée au 533 West 19th Street à New York, il s’agira de la septième exposition personnelle de l’artiste avec la galerie. Continuer de lire Lisa Yuskavage – New Paintings / David Zwirner Gallery (US)
David Richard Gallery is pleased to present Dean Fleming: Gestures and Symbols, Studies from 1977 to 1980. This selection of 18 small studies maps a pivotal period and transition in the aesthetics of Fleming’s artwork moving from the 1970s and into the 1980s.
Continuer de lire DEAN FLEMING – Gestures and Symbols / David Richard Gallery, LLC (US)
David Richard Gallery is pleased to present Patsy Krebs, Interlocking Series: Paintings from 1990 to 1995 in her first solo exhibition with the gallery and her first solo show in New York since 2004. Continuer de lire Patsy Krebs – Interlocking Series: Paintings from 1990 to 1995 / David Richard Gallery (US)
Alexander Calder reimagined sculpture as an experiment in space and motion, upending centuries-old notions that sculpture should be static, grounded, and dense by making artworks that often move freely and interact with their surroundings.
Continuer de lire Alexander Calder – Modern from the Start / The Museum of Modern Art (US)
A landmark exhibition at The New York Botanical Garden spread across its 250-acre landscape, KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature celebrates Yayoi Kusama’s lifelong fascination with the natural world and features monumental polka-dotted sculptures of flowers and pumpkins… Continuer de lire KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature / New York Botanical Garden (US)
Pace Gallery is pleased to present Thomas Nozkowski: The Last Paintings, an exhibition of the final paintings that Thomas Nozkowski completed before his passing in 2019. Continuer de lire Thomas Nozkowski – The Last Paintings / Pace Gallery (US)
Robert Longo’s debut exhibition with the gallery, I do fly / After summer merrily showcases the final installment of the artist’s Destroyer Cycle, a series of never-before-seen works examining notions of American power, violence, and mythmaking. Continuer de lire Robert Longo – I do fly / After summer merrily / Pace Gallery (US)
To mark London Gallery Weekend earlier this summer, Pace staged Fragments: Coucou Bazar, a capsule performance of Jean Dubuffet’s famed animated painting that debuted at the Guggenheim Museum in New York in 1973 Continuer de lire Otherworldliness in Jean Dubuffet’s “Coucou Bazar” / Pace Gallery (US – London)
An artist, educator, and political activist, White was an integral part of the intellectual milieu in his hometown of Chicago, and later in New York and Los Angeles. Continuer de lire Charles White (1918–1979) -Virtual exhibition / GALLERY David Zwirner (US)
David Zwirner is pleased to present Who Loves the Sun, an exhibition of new work by Marcel Dzama (b. 1974), on view at the gallery’s 34 East 69th Street location in New York. This will be the artist’s eleventh solo exhibition at David Zwirner since joining the gallery in 1998, and his first solo presentation in New York since 2014. Continuer de lire Marcel Dzama – Who Loves the Sun / GALLERY David Zwirner (US)