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    Napoli, Italy. Thomas Dane Gallery. Caragh Thuring: Sirenuse Art Project, Positano

    The Sirenuse Art Project was established in 2015 in Positano. Curated by Silka Rittson-Thomas and commissioned by Antonio and Carla Sersale, the project annually invites an artist to Le Sirenuse to permanently present a site-specific and iconic work from the heart of their practice while considering elements of this historic hotel. For the 2020 edition, […] More

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    Paris Exhibitions. Sean Kelly Gallery. Janaina Tschäpe Musée de l’Orangerie

    Sean Kelly Gallery is delighted to announce Janaina Tschäpe’s solo exhibition at the Musée de l’Orangerie, the museum’s fifth “Contemporary counterpoint” to Claude Monet’s Les Nymphéas (waterlilies). Contemporary counterpoint is a program, initiated in 2018, in which the museum invites contemporary artists to create an exhibition in response to the work of renowned painter, Claude […] More

  • Installation view of Bosco Sodi Vers l'Espagne at Kasmin. October 8–November 12. Photo by Diego Flores.
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    NYC Exhibitions. Kasmin. Bosco Sodi

    BOSCO SODI Vers l’Espagne Bringing together five large-scale paintings with freestanding clay sculptures, Vers l’Espagne is Bosco Sodi’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Its title translates as “To Spain,” paying homage to the lineage of artists who influenced his early development as a painter, from Eduardo Chillida to Joan Miró. Visitors can book an […] More

  • Hurvin Anderson, "Another shortcut", 2020 Acrylic, colored pencil on paper, 28 1/2 x 42 inches
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    Michael Werner Gallery, New York. Works on Paper in East Hampton

    Michael Werner Gallery is pleased to present Works on Paper at our East Hampton gallery, located at 50 Newtown Lane. On view will be works on paper by Hurvin Anderson, Milton Avery, Georg Baselitz, Joe Bradley, Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, Enrico David, Peter Doig, Jörg Immendorff, Per Kirkeby, Florian Krewer, Eugène Leroy, Markus Lüpertz, Walter de […] More

  • Joan Semmel, Armed, 2020, oil on canvas, 48h x 48w x 1 1/2d in (121.9h x 121.9w x 3.8d cm)
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    Frieze London 2020 (Online). Alexander Gray Associates

    For a preview of the presentation, click here.Digital Event: Virtual In-conversation Gallery as Practice hosted by Gallery Director Nichole Caruso with panelists Michelle Grabner (The Suburban, Milwaukee, WI), Davida Nemeroff (Night Gallery, Los Angeles), Eric Veit (Bodega, New York), and Rachel Vorsanger (Collection and Research Manager, Betty Parsons Foundation, New York). Friday, October 9, 2020, 3 PM […] More

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    Pace Gallery to Open an Outpost in Palm Beach, Florida for Winter Season

    October 1, 2020 – Pace Gallery is pleased to announce plans for a new seasonal exhibition space in Palm Beach, opening early November and running through spring 2021. The gallery will launch in Palm Beach with a presentation dedicated to three unique aperture wall installations by California-based artist James Turrell, whose work draws attention to […] More

  • Gabriel Dawe, Missing No. 3, 2019, 24 karat gold on puzzle in artist frame, 13h x 18w in, image courtesy of the artist and Talley Dunn Gallery
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    Gabriel Dawe at Talley Dunn Gallery

    Talley Dunn Gallery is honored to announce Found a solo exhibition of internationally acclaimed Mexican-Canadian artist Gabriel Dawe from September 22 through October 31, 2020.  Celebrated for his site-specific installations of multicolored thread, the artist’s work spans a varied spectrum of scale and media from immersive chromatic installations to tabletop sculptures made of common domestic items. […] More

  • Archie Brennan Tapestry Goes Pop Dovecot Studios March June 2020 press release CNC Archie Brennan: Tapestry Goes Pop!
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    Archie Brennan: Tapestry Goes Pop!

    Pop artist, weaver, bodybuilder and former Mr Scotland, Archie Brennan changed the course of modern weaving and is considered one of the greatest unrecognised pop artists of the twentieth century. Unrecognised because he chose to work in tapestry. Archie Brennan: Tapestry Goes Pop! tells the story of Edinburgh native Archie Brennan (1931-2019) in the first-ever […] More

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    NYC Exhibitions: Shahzia Sikander. Sean kelly Gallery

    SHAHZIA SIKANDER. Weeping Willows, Liquid Tongues. NOVEMBER 5 – DECEMBER 19, 2020 Shahzia Sikander will be in conversation with Sadia Abbas and Ayad Akhtar Artist Talk, Wednesday, September 30, 5:30pm EST Sean Kelly is delighted to announce Shahzia Sikander’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery and her first exhibition in New York City in nine years. Weeping Willows, Liquid […] More

  • Paul Anthony Smith, Untitled, 2020
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    Art Basel Online Viewing Room: 2020 | Paul Anthony Smith

    Jack Shainman Gallery is pleased to present six works by Paul Anthony Smith, completed in 2020. Using his singular picotage technique to explore themes of boundaries and borders, Smith finds new layers of meaning during this time of global lockdown. Open to the public September 25-26, please visit here. Borders and boundaries have always played a […] More

  • Joan Brown, Model in Studio, 1973. Graphite, acrylic, ink and collage on paper, 54 x 45 inches. © Estate of Joan Brown.
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    NYC Exhibits. George Adams Gallery: Joan Brown

    Joan Brown. Drawn from Life. Works on Paper, 1970-1976. October 8 – December 19 The George Adams Gallery is pleased to present Joan Brown: Drawn From Life, an exhibition of works on paper spanning the years 1970 to 1976. Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Brown’s death, on October 26th, 1990, this exhibition looks back […] More

  • L-R: Mayuka Yamamoto’s “Little Sheep Boy,” “Little Red Bear,” and “Little Polar Bear,” plus Erika Sanada’s “Chikkoi Warrior – Drowsiness” and “Quartet”
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    LA Exhibits. Corey Helford Gallery: Mayuka Yamamoto. Erika Sanada

    Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery is proud to announce a two-artist exhibition featuring new works from Japanese contemporary painter Mayuka Yamamoto, titled Animal Crossing, and from San Francisco-based sculptor Erika Sanada, titled Dream State, to open Saturday, October 3rd in Gallery 3. Yamamoto is widely recognized as one of Japan’s leading second-generation contemporary artists, whose works depict children sporting animal features and enigmatic expressions. […] More

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