Group Exhibition curated by Larissa Kikol
The square root of “magic” plus “love” multiplied by “art squared” is an amusing equation that allows one to contemplate artworks that conjure the unknown. Traditionally magic was, in essence, a transformation — taking something less valuable and making it remarkable. The works in this group exhibition are infused with a cathartic spirit and vision of the universe that is expansive, always in motion and open to mystery.
Anja Salonen, Maja Djordjevic
The Hole is proud to present a two-person exhibition by LA-based artist Anja Salonen and Belgrade-based artist Maja Djordjevic entitled “Body Building.” In the show both artists depict the female body with a fresh perspective, loading it up with conflict or tension and building it up with paint.
Do Zombies Dance to Love in C Minor?
I’m bored... Bored with your hairy stick with sticky coloured goo... You are dying very, very slowly. Don’t mess with my brain with your nostalgic history, your baggage full of despair & desperation. My brain, full & yet empty is already dead. Stuffed with desire but yet empty of your thinking. I do not seek history & history cannot find me.
Arndt Art Agency (A3) is pleased to present the exhibition NO IMAGE that includes a curated selection of works sourced from private collections and artist studios. This group show unites key high-profile emerging and established contemporary artists from Asia and around the world who formally work with abstraction in their practice. Thus, the exhibition focuses on current global trends of abstraction in contemporary artistic creation.
Contemporary Visions VII is BEERS London's seventh annual open-call group exhibition. This year, over 4,100 applicants were adjudicated Philly Adams, Senior Director Saatchi Gallery; Kurt Beers, Director of BEERS London & Author of ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’; Carlye Byron, Collector; Byzantia Harlow, Artist and Contemporary Visions VI finalist; Hugh Montgomery, Deputy Arts Editor and Writer with I News; Gemma Rolls-Bentley, Artsy UK Gallery Relations Liaison.
Following 2016’s ‘This is Today’*, Gazelli Art House is delighted to announce ‘toute seule’*, an all female show depicting artistic heroism transcending time. Despite the influence artists had on one another, and collective responses that were made by the surrounding world, this exhibition highlights the solitude – graceful, thought-through, strategic and compassionate individuality of each exhibiting artist and the corresponding decade they represent for the past 50 years, 1970s – 2010s.
CHARLIE SMITH LONDON is delighted to present the tenth edition of Young Gods. Curated by Zavier Ellis, Young Gods is an annual presentation of graduate and post graduate artists working in all media selected from London art schools. This year’s exhibition includes painting, installation, sculpture, video and work on paper by artists from Central St Martins, City & Guilds, Goldsmiths, the Slade, Royal Academy Schools and Wimbledon.
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Siobhán Hapaska (b.1963, Belfast). This is Hapaska’s fourth solo show at the gallery and her first in five years. The exhibition will open with a reception in the company of the artist on the evening of Friday 16 December.
Peres Projects is pleased to present Natural Selections, a solo exhibition of new paintings by American artist Dan Attoe. With this new body of works, on view for the first time, we see the artist’s practice evolve as Attoe embraces a more rebellious and impressionistic painting style – a departure from his previous works which focused on a stricter sense of precision.
A SURVEY OF SCULPTURES AND DRAWINGS, 1959 – 2006
Hauser & Wirth London is pleased to present a survey of sculptures and drawings by Ken Price, one of the most influential figures of 20th century ceramic art. Working amongst a group of innovative artists who emerged from the creative landscape of 1960s Los Angeles, Price spearheaded a revolutionary shift in the traditional conception of ceramics from a purely functional medium to the realm of art object.
FIRST DRAWINGS LAST SCULPTURES
NEW YORK, September 20, 2016 - Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to present two simultaneous exhibitions of sculptures and works on paper by the late British artist Sir Anthony Caro (1924 – 2013), staged across the gallery’s Chelsea and Madison Avenue locations. On view starting December 8, 2016, this is the artist’s first exhibition in the US since his death in 2013 and his sixth with Mitchell-Innes & Nash, who has exclusively represented Caro in New York for 14 years.
Braco Dimitrijević arrived in Berlin as one of the DAAD guests in 1976 along with On Kawara, Malcolm Morley, Dan Graham, Yvonne Rainer, among others. Coming to grips with Berlin, which at that time was surrounded by a wall and packed with War World II memories, was hard for a young man who grew up in post war Yugoslavia. But after an initial period of getting accustomed to the city, a process in which René Block Galerie played an important role, Berlin proved to be a great inspiration for the artist during an extremely prolific period in his career.
DEATH IMITATES LANGUAGE
Neumeister Bar-Am is pleased to announce Harm van den Dorpel’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. This is the Berlin debut of his ongoing project ‘Death Imitates Language’, in which the artist closely collaborates with a self designed artificial intelligence.
KP Brehmer (*1938 – †1997) worked and lived in Berlin and Hamburg and is associated with the Capitalist Realism of the 1960s and 1970s in Germany, working alongside artists such as Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Hans Haake, Wolf Vostell and Marcel Broodthaers. Brehmer he was very interested in communism as well as critical throughout the leftwing movements in the 1960s – so much so that as an act of solidarity he changed his first name (Klaus Peter) to KP when the Communist Party (KPD) was prohibited in 1956.
Kaye Donachie, Gareth Jones, John Kelsey, Nick Mauss, Lucy McKenzie, Andrew Miksys, Serban Savu.
The title of this exhibition is taken from a passage in World Within World, the autobiography (published in 1951) of the English poet and critic Stephen Spender. He was referring to what he and many others at the beginning of the 1930s regarded as a portentous and anxious-making domestic and international situation. Every generation, it seems, rediscovers this sense of unease. In recent years, the rise of fundamentalism has been accompanied by a politics of paranoia.
‘invagination’ refers to the idea of something being turned inside-out, turned-in, or folded back on itself.
This is Bojan Šarčević’s third solo exhibition with Modern Art. Šarčević’s work was the subject of survey exhibitions at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, and Institut d’Art Contemporain, Villeurbanne, France (2012).
CATCH AS CATCH CAN AN EXHIBITION OF NEW WORKS BY KOENRAAD DEDOBBELEER
Using whatever materials and methods are available, as a system. All the while attempting to embrace the Monumental, for the first time. These efforts result in a variety of sculptures made out of stainless steel, spray painted metal, plastic, canvas, leather, walnuts, chrome plated steel, rope, concrete, laminated wood, a Maroccan rug and other found objects.
KNOWLEDGE OF THE FUTURE ESTATE
M+B is pleased to announce KNOWLEDGE OF THE FUTURE ESTATE, an exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Josh Mannis. This is the artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery. The show runs from November 19, 2016 through January 7, 2017.
ACME. is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles based artist Daniel Cummings. This is the artist's fourth solo show at ACME., and the inaugural exhibition at the gallery's new Los Angeles location (see directions below). Cummings' new paintings continue his interests in gestural and graphic marks paired with bold, sometimes discordant color combinations. Never limited to one material, there is a fluidity of calligraphic gestures that link Cummings' paintings, drawings, and sculptures.
Gillian Lowndes was one of the ceramic world’s most daring, radical and original artists of the post-war generation. Working during a period when the majority of practitioners of the medium were concerned with the functional and decorative, Lowndes’ sculptures stand apart through their transgression of the ceramic conventions of the time. Her work was often a result of responding to her immediate environment; in 1970 she moved to Nigeria for eighteen months and this period prompted........
Office Baroque is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition of John Zurier in Brussels at our midtown gallery on Ravensteinstraat 44 Rue Ravenstein. Zurier paints abstract, seemingly monochrome canvases with colours that range from muted earth tones to vibrant hues.
KATJA NOVITSKOVA APPROXIMATION (STORM TIME)
Greene Naftali is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Katja Novitskova, the artist’s first with the gallery, and her debut solo exhibition in the United States. Culling from myriad sources online, Novitskova mines the Internet for images and data visualizations, often specific to scientific research and elusive to the eye. Leveling the anthropologically familiar with speculative projections of the future, she aims to synthesize........
MAKING IT (JAMES CROSBY PRESENTS GARRETT MORGAN)
Team Gallery is pleased to announce a solo show by Los Angeles-based artist James Crosby. Entitled Making It (James Crosby presents Garrett Morgan), the exhibition will run from 17 November 2016 through 07 January 2017. Team (gallery, inc.) is located at 83 Grand Street, between Greene and Wooster, on the ground floor. Concurrently, our Venice Beach space will house a solo show by Gardar Eide Einarsson.