DADAMAINO

Mendes Wood DM presented Dadamaino’s frst solo exhibition in New York City. The show closes today. Dadamaino (b. Emilia Maino, 1930 – 2004) was a protagonist of the post-war Milanese avant-garde. Though often perceived as a solitary character, she was also one of the most prominent women in major European art circles. Curated by Sofi [...]

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IMPLAUSIBLE — INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

When is a building not a building? Filip Dujardin studied History of Art at the University of Ghent, with a specialization in architecture, before studying photography at the Academy of Ghent. After training as a technical assistant for Magnum-photographer Carl De Keyzer, he started a professional collaboration with Frederik Vercruysse. In 2007 he established himself [...]

HISTORY REFUSED TO DIE — MAJOR EXHIBITION ON SOUTHERN FOLK ART

            The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 22 will open the exhibition  History Refused to Die: Highlights from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Gift. This show includes 30 paintings, sculptures, drawings, and quilts by self-taught contemporary African American artists to celebrate the 2014 gift to The Met of works of [...]

PIONEERING MODERNIST SCULPTOR BARBARA HEPWORTH

  Barbara Hepworth: A Matter of Form brings together more than twenty-five sculptures and selected paintings spanning the artist’s career—from the 1930s through the 1970s. The exhibition reveals Hepworth’s legacy as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. “Hepworth is certainly one of the most important figures in modern British sculpture; but, more [...]

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE

    Gladstone Gallery is presenting an exhibition of historic works by Robert Mapplethorpe, curated by artist, Roe Ethridge. This marks the gallery's first solo presentation as the New York representative of the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Barbara Gladstone showed his work once before when she published the seminalFlowers portfolio in the early 1980s. Ethridge brings [...]

“Land: Zhang Huan and Li Binyuan” at MoMA PS1

Zhang Huan is the subject of a two-artist exhibition at MoMA PS1, Land: Zhang Huan and Li Binyuan. This exhibition juxtaposes videos and photographs of the early performances of Zhang Huan with those of recent performances by Li Binyuan to examine performance works by two Chinese artists of different generations that address the relationship between the [...]

MATTER IN MOTION

Claire Falkenstein: Matter in Motion, is a survey that will feature significant examples from the prolific oeuvre of Claire Falkenstein (American, 1908-1997). Celebrated for her exquisite structures of fused metal and glass, the exhibition will also include works in a range of media, from early ceramic and wood sculptures to seminal explorations in metal to [...]

NEW WORKS BY INKA ESSENHIGH

MILES McENERY GALLERY presents its first exhibition of recent paintings by Inka Essenhigh. The exhibition will open 19 April and will remain on view through 25 May 2018. A public reception will be held for the artist on Thursday 19 April from 6 to 8pm. The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with [...]

ALICE PENNEFATHER DANCE PHOTOGRAPHER

Alice Pennefather – Director After studying photography at Falmouth College of Art, British film-maker Alice Pennefather spent 6 years travelling and working abroad, focusing on scuba diving and filming underwater. Returning to London in 2011 she rediscovered her love of dance and now works as a freelance photographer and cinematographer. With several years experience photographing [...]

LUHRING AUGUSTINE: SCULPTURE

Luhring Augustine presents an exhibition of sculptural works that celebrates a selection of highlights from the gallery’s history, while introducing perspectives by artists new to the program. Displayed across the gallery’s Chelsea and Bushwick locations, the exhibition includes works by Janine Antoni, Tom Friedman, Roger Hiorns, Phillip King, Martin Kippenberger, Simone Leigh, Glenn Ligon, Jeremy [...]