Art

Adam Shield, Amp Envelope. The Showroom, London

The Showroom presents Amp Envelope, the first solo exhibition in London by artist Adam Shield. Over the past year Shield has been working on a new body of work, opening up drawing and collage as a means of exploring interior worlds; with imagery encompassing references distilled from post-apocalyptic science fiction writing, to dystopian dream projectors, seventeenth century alchemy and everyday encounters with political, societal and economic structures. Shield’s recurring...

Nicolas Party: Red Forest. 30 June at Hauser & Wirth Hong Kong

‘The history of landscape painting retraces humanity’s continually shifting relationship to our natural environment. The greatest landscape paintings both contain ideas and question the viewer about it.’–– Nicolas Party Best known for his unique approach to landscapes, portraits and still lifes created in pastel, critically admired New York-based Swiss artist Nicolas Party directs his idiosyncratic choice of medium toward otherworldly depictions of objects, both natural...

Miyoko Ito – Paintings. Michael Werner Gallery. New York

Michael Werner Gallery, East Hampton is pleased to present Miyoko Ito: Paintings, an exhibition of paintings by Japanese-American artist Miyoko Ito (1918-1983). Working in Chicago in...

New Outdoor Sculpture by Ivan Toth Depeña Embraces the Intersection of Art and Architecture

CHARLOTTE, NC – AURUM, an outdoor sculpture by artist Ivan Toth Depeña, is the centerpiece of Vantage South End, a just-completed mixed-use office, restaurant and...

Antonio Calderara: From Lake Orta. Lisson Gallery

"The importance of the landscape of Lake Orta in my painting lies in the reason that the light is so special, has a...

Christopher Le Brun: Momentarium. Lisson Gallery

“There aren't any reasons for painting. That's what's special about it. It doesn't need justification. It's essential that it's not used for other purposes....

Moving Bodies, Moving Images. Whitechapel Gallery

Moving Bodies, Moving Images brings together a selection of short films made in the last decade by contemporary artists exploring the intersection of dance, choreography...

Women In Motion at the Rencontres d’Arles 2022, an edition rich in projects and events

In an exceptional edition of the Rencontres d’Arles, where more than 50% of the works on display are by women, Kering is delighted to...

Iwantja Rock n Roll! Fort Gansevoort

New York...Fort Gansevoort is pleased to announce Iwantja Rock n Roll, a group exhibition of new works by Australian artists Vincent Namatjira, Kaylene Whiskey, and...

Wonderful Collection of Early Greek Artefacts at Bonhams Antiquities Sale

London – A hauntingly beautiful, perfectly preserved 3,000-year-old Mycenean terracotta Kourotrophos stars in a wonderful collection of early Greek artefacts to be offered at Bonhams Antiquities sale...

Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman and Jesse Howard at Bert Green Fine Art – July – August 2022

Bert Green Fine Art is pleased to present a guest-curated exhibition of the work of Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman, curated by Alix Sloan of Sloan Fine Art in Los Angeles, and in...

Javier Calleja Solo Exhibition: Mr.Gunter, the Cat Show. Parco Museum Tokyo

NANZUKA is pleased to announce its curation of Spanish artist Javier Calleja’s solo exhibition, “MR.GÜNTER, THE CAT SHOW” at PARCO MUSEUM TOKYO (Shibuya PARCO...

Julieth Mars Toussaint: Life’s Currents. French May Arts Festival Associated Project

Time, because it is so fleeting, time, because it is beyond recall, is the most precious of human goods.William Somerset Maugham JPS Gallery is thrilled...

Hikari Shimoda: Fight to Live in the Void. Corey Helford Gallery

Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) is proud to announce their next major solo show Fight to Live in the Void, featuring new works from Japanese artist Hikari Shimoda and set...