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  • Gerhard Richter (born 1932) Abstraktes Bild (Untitled) 679-3,1988. Estimate: $1,500,000-2,500,000

    Works by Richter and Calder Lead Bonhams Art Sale in NY

    Signature works by two titans of contemporary art, Gerhard Richter and Alexander Calder, lead Bonhams’ Post-War & Contemporary Art sale on November 18 in New York. Created during the peak of Richter’s implementation of a pioneering new form of abstraction, Abstraktes Bild (Untitled) 679-3 is a seminal work by the artist and is estimated at $1,500,000- 2,500,000. In the Abstraktes Bild series, Richter mixes relatively common techniques such as […] More

  • Ansel Adams Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico Estimate $700,000/1 million

    NY. Sotheby’s: Ansel Adams Photographs

    Sotheby’s Presents A GRAND VISION: THE DAVID H. ARRINGTON COLLECTION OF ANSEL ADAMS MASTERWORKS   One of The Most Significant & Comprehensive Collections of Ansel Adams Photographs in Private Hands   Featuring 100+ Works by the Legendary American Landscape Photographer and Environmentalist, Spanning Six Decades of His Illustrious Career   Sale is Led by:   […] More

  • Nickie Hayden, Haiku Home, oil on board, 30x40cm

    Dublin Exhibitions. Nickie Hayden: Sanctuary. Olivier Cornet Gallery

    Online Launch of the exhibition: Sunday 8 November in our 3D Virtual Space (which will be activated then). A special online event, including poetry reading, will take place the following week, details to be announced soon. Availability of the show: Tuesdays to Sundays at the gallery from 1st December 2020 (or as soon as Covid Level 5 measures […] More

  • Jacob Lawrence

    Jacob Lawrence’s New Missing Paintings Announced by The MET

    Thought missing for decades, the panel will be reunited this week with the artist’s  Struggle series, now on view in an exhibition at The Met that closes November 1, 2020. The work will also join the exhibition tour, organized by the Peabody Essex Museum, and be on view at subsequent venues through fall 2021. (New York, October […] More

  • Tariku Shiferaw, African Queen (2Baba), 2020. Acrylic on canvas, 92 x 40 x 17 inches (233.7 x 101.6 x 43.2 cm).

    Galerie Lelong & Co., New York to Represent Tariku Shiferaw

    Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to announce its representation of Ethiopian American artist Tariku Shiferaw (b. 1983). The gallery will hold its first solo exhibition of his works in Spring 2021. Tariku Shiferaw is known for his practice of mark-making that explores the metaphysical ideas of painting and societal structures. This formal […] More

  • Frank Stella: What You See Is What You See

    London Exhibitions. Frank Stella: What You See Is What You See

    Launching their new Maddox Street Gallery, Shapero Modern will hold the first comprehensive UK exhibition of Frank Stella works since 2013. The exhibition covers the period 1967 2001, showing the progression of Stella s pro lific career. The Shapero Modern show is a survey of Frank Stella sprints and work s on pape r bringing […] More

  • Etel Adnan, L'Olivier, 2019. Wool tapestry, 55.1 x 78.75 inches (140 x 200 cm), Edition of 3 with 1 AP.



    NYC Exhibitions. Etel Adnan: Seasons. Galerie Lelong & Co

    Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present Seasons, the second solo exhibition of works by Etel Adnan. The exhibition will show recent works by the artist, including wool tapestries, leporellos, and paintings. Known for her distinctive abstract landscapes conveyed in a harmonious palette, Adnan’s portrayal of forms, shapes, and gestures are explored in […] More

  • 10461, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Black

    Sotheby’s to Offer Basquiat Works from the Estate of Enrico Navarra

    On Offer from the Estate of Prominent Collector & Gallerist Enrico Navarra, Editor of Basquiat’s Celebrated Monograph Important Works from the Artist’s Pivotal Final Years Featuring Examples of Basquiat’s Most Iconic Motifs, Black and Jazz are Each Estimated at $4/6 Million Highlighting Sotheby’s LIVESTREAMED CONTEMPORARY ART EVENING AUCTION On 28 October in New York NEW YORK, 20 October […] More

  • Mikala Tai, 2020; photo: Damien Dunstan, Decode Medi

    4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art farewells Director Mikala Tai

    4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art today publicly announces the departure of Director Mikala Tai. After over five years leading our organisation, Tai will depart 4A to take up the role as Head of Visual Arts at The Australia Council for the Arts. Julie Ewington, Deputy Chair of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, said: “Since […] More

  • Giorgio de Chirico, Il Pomeriggio di Arianna (Ariadne's Afternoon)

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    NYC Auctions. Giorgio de Chirico and Man Ray. Sotheby’s

    Two Monumental Masterworks by Giorgio de Chirico and Man Ray to Highlight Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale on 28 October in New York SOTHEBY’S TO PRESENT: TOTEMS TWO EXTREMELY RARE AND MONUMENTAL MASTERWORKS BY GIORGIO DE CHIRICO AND MAN RAY   One Of The Finest Metaphysical Paintings By de Chirico Remaining in Private Hands: […] More

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    NYC Exhibitions. Sam Gilliam: EXISTED. Pace Gallery

    Pace Gallery is honored to present Sam Gilliam: EXISTED, the artist’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery since joining it in July 2019. Opening on November 6, 2020 at both 540 and 510 West 25th Street in Chelsea, the exhibition debuts new works and artist-led installations that reflect the culmination of Gilliam’s six-decade-long career with color. […] More

  • Joseph Kosuth ‘Existential Time’

    Sean Kelly Gallery. Closing next week: Joseph Kosuth ‘Existential Time’

    Joseph Kosuth in conversation with Sean Kelly. Wednesday, October 21, 12pm EST. Details below Don’t miss the last week to see Joseph Kosuth solo exhibition ‘Existential Time’, closing Saturday, October 24, 2020. Joseph Kosuth, one of the pioneers of Conceptual art and installation art, has initiated language-based works and appropriation strategies since the 1960s. His work has consistently explored […] More

  • Amie Siegel, Author, Author, 2009, suite of prints. © Amie Siegel.

    Amie Siegel joins Thomas Dane Gallery

    Thomas Dane Gallery is delighted to announce representation of Amie Siegel. Amie Siegel (b. 1974, Chicago, Illinois) works variously across film, video, performance, painting, photography, and sound, exposing and connecting multiple strata of meaning in her meticulously crafted installations. Her works often trace the undercurrents of systems of value, cultural ownership and image-making. She lives […] More

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