PER KIRKEBY – PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURES IN BRONZE

Per Kirkeby: Paintings and Sculptures in Bronze shows the oeuvre of late Danish artist Per Kirkeby – spanning a long carreer as a painter, sculptor and filmmaker, and one of the most versatile artists of his generation.


„Hope Against Hope“ Jim Shaw at Simon Lee Gallery

Jim Shaw is widely known for the outlandish narratives and sharp wit with which he brings his dystopian, albeit eerily familiar, universe to life – now more analytical and daring than ever.

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BRIDGET RILEY – NEW PAINTINGS AND WALL WORKS AT MAX HETZLER

Since the beginning of her career, British artist Bridget Riley has been constantly working on redefining the concept of abstraction and its possibilities for the painterly process.

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„TWISTING AND TURNING“ – PAINTINGS BY TU HONGTAO

„Twisting and Turning“ marks the first European exhibition of Chinese artist Tu Hongtao at Lévy Gorvy, London – following the gallery’s earlier career survey of the artist in Hong Kong.

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SHIFTING TONALITIES OF MATTER – SCULPTURES BY UGO RONDINONE

Rondinone has garnered international attention for his poetic, evocative work across a wide range of styles and media – often working on multiple ongoing series over many years.

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„Back of the Moon“ Neo Matloga at Stevenson Gallery Cape Town

Based between South Africa and the Netherlands, Neo Matloga describes his creative process as straddling choreography, conducting  [read more ..]

„DARKNESS VISIBLE“ – A PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY BY MANI NEJAD

Darkness Visible is a visual journey through urban landscapes portraying their structural and formal qualities. Conceived [read more ..]

„STILLNESS OF LIFE“ DON MCCULLIN AT HAUSER & WIRTH

If you look again at McCullin’s landscapes, you start to sense the figure who made the pictures, invisible behind the lens, [read more ..]