Art Agenda » Shows

  1. IPCNY presents Forms of Enclosure: New Prints 2019/Winter
    International Print Center New York (IPCNY) presents the work of 30 artists as part of its New Prints Program, a biannual, juried open call for prints and print-based work created in the preceding 12 months. Titled Forms of Enclosure, this exhibition features works from the United States, Argentina, France, Poland, Canada, and Bulgaria. While the artists in this exhibition are coming from different places and points in their careers, a common thread throughout the work is the shaping of space, both visually and metaphorically.
  2. Anna Laudel presents Ardan Özmenoğlu: This goes on and on
    Anna Laudel will present young and talented artist Ardan Özmenoğlu’s solo exhibition entitled This goes on and on between January 17 and March 24, 2019. Known for her distinctive works with Post-it Notes, in This goes on and on, Özmenoğlu will reflect the architectural and historical features of the gallery building on her selection and will showcase her new works produced for this exhibition as well as the recent ones. Özmenoğlu is a mixed-media contemporary artist, recognised for her innovative use of different materials and interdisciplinary, playful techniques. Her works are based on the expressions and symbols from global and local popular culture, aiming to depict her daily life.
  3. Speaking Power to (Post) Truth at Jane Lombard Gallery
    Jane Lombard Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition Speaking Truth to (Post) Power, curated by Sara Raza (formerly the Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator of the Solomon. R Guggenheim Museum, New York). The exhibition brings together a constellation of six contemporary artists Ergin Cavusoglu, James Clar, Mounir Fatmi, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, and Shahpour Pouyan who unite to create a series of patterns that explore the deep historical associations inherent within human consciousness and truth.
  4. Perrotin presents Claire Tabouret: Born in Mirrors
    Claire Tabouret sees her successive exhibitions as different acts in one and the same play. From one work to the next, from one exhibition to the next, a thread is being drawn, an underlying narrative is taking shape. In the group portraits that characterized a previous stage of her work, each character, as though frozen in a timeless pose, was the mute protagonist of a buried story. In her recent paintings and works on paper, the artist seems to be launching a new form of narration.
  5. Art Paris 2019
    A 21st edition that puts the focus on women artists and Latin America From April 4 to 7, Art Paris 2019 brings together 150 modern and contemporary art galleries from 20 different countries under the glass roof of the Grand Palais. The fair explores the European art scene from the post-war period to the present day, whilst inviting visitors to discover the new horizons of international creation. The 21st edition has opted for a thematic approach by choosing to showcase women artists from France and Latin America, this year’s guest of honour.
  6. Sara Naim and Jordan Nassar at The Third Line
    The Third Line is pleased to present Building Blocks, Sara Naim’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Extending the artist’s preoccupation with micro images and dichotomies between proximity and distance into an examination of memory and cognitive associations, Building Blocks maps the cellular make up of three elements nostalgic to the artist: jasmine, soil and Aleppo soap. Triggers of olfactory memories sourced from Sara’s native Syria, the protagonists of her latest body of work awaken thoughts of things and places she associates with the realm of the familiar, yet also perceives as foreign.
  7. Inaugural edition of Booked: Tai Kwun Contemporary’s Hong Kong Art Book Fair
    The inaugural Booked: Tai Kwun Contemporary's Hong Kong Art Book Fair brings together over 60 art book publishers, artists and exhibitors from Hong Kong, the region and the world for the first time, to share their work in publishing and art through the medium of books. The art book fair takes place from January 11 to 13, 2019 within the JC Contemporary building, designed by Herzog & de Meuron and situated within Tai Kwun, the restored Central Police Station compound in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district.
  8. Beverly Pepper: New Particles From The Sun at Kayne Griffin Corcoran
    Kayne Griffin Corcoran is pleased to present the gallery’s second solo exhibition of work by, 96 year-old American born, Italy based sculptor, Beverly Pepper. The presentation will highlight the work this great artist created early on in her career between 1958–1967. During this period, Pepper carved out a niche in her own signature sculptural language. In addition to early works, the exhibition will include works from later years: 1970–1980. The show title, New Particles From The Sun is culled from a poem written by Frank O’Hara and included in a catalogue published in support of an exhibition staged in Rome in 1965.
  9. Edwin Schlossberg: Assignments and Earlier Works at Ronald Feldman Gallery
    Ronald Feldman Gallery is pleased to present the works of Edwin Shlossberg. Assignments Although truth and beauty are often considered, these works have been created to assign active engagement with both. One by exploring colors, forms and relationships that suggest new ways of seeing and the other that suggest ways of acting. The tension between the two is intended to create contemplation followed by inspiration and hopefully followed by action.
  10. New website: Archive of Zbigniew Warpechowski’s performances
    It is with great pride that we now announce the launch of a new website with the archive of Zbigniew Warpechowski’s performances, one of the precursors and most recognised representatives of this art worldwide. If you are looking for information about performance art, artists from Poland and Central Europe, or the history of art of the second half of the 20th century, it is worth visiting this page. The website contains photos and descriptions of 50 actions carried out by the artist, as well as films and documents about them.