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The New Black Vanguard - Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi Gallery announces The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, curated by Antwaun Sargent Exhibition will be on view at Saatchi Gallery from 28 October 2022 ‚Äď 22 January 2023, with tickets available for pre-booking from 23 September 2022Curated by Antwaun Sargent, the exhibition focuses on fashion portraiture that is celebratory of Black culture, freeing the Black figure from photographic histories dominated by a white aestheticIncludes photography by fifteen Black international photographers including; Campbell Addy, Tyler Mitchell, Renel Medrano and Nadine IjewereThis exhibition at Saatchi Gallery is generously supported by Burberry LONDON, UK (23 Sept, 2022) ‚Äď This October,…

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Marcia Hafif

Fergus McCaffrey is proud to present Marcia Hafif: Change and Continuity 1962 ‚Äď 1974. It is the artist‚Äôs fourth solo presentation with the gallery since 2015, and her first in Japan. The years between 1962 and 1974 mark some of the most transformative of Hafif‚Äôs career, as she moved from Rome back to her native California before settling in New York in 1971. The Rome drawings demonstrate the first incidence of Hafif‚Äôs repetitive vertical mark making, a signature technique she will return to throughout her career, most pointedly upon her arrival in New York‚Äôs early 1970s downtown art scene, testing conceptual and tactile limits with…

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Paul Strand

New York ‚Äď An unprecedented single-owner collection of 13 works by Paul Strand (1890-1976) will be offered at Bonhams‚Äô Photography sale on October 11 in New York. One of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, Strand was a popularizer of ‘straight photography’ – an unmanipulated style which emphasizes capturing what the camera actually saw in sharp focus and detail. His most recognizable works revealed the reality of his subjects and were his way of trying to inspire social reform throughout the 1930s. The highlight of the collection is Central Park, New York, the only known vintage platinum print of Strand’s early Pictorialist study, estimated at $50,000 ‚Äď 70,000.…

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Oswaldo Vigas

NEW YORK¬†– The Oswaldo Vigas Foundation announces the launch of the Oswaldo Vigas online Catalogue Raisonn√©. Oswaldo Vigas (1923-2014) was a pioneering Venezuelan artist who developed a unique artistic vocabulary inspired by the magical and mystical elements of Latin American culture.¬† Click to View Online Catalogue Raisonn√© This web-based resource, thoroughly researched by the Oswaldo Vigas Foundation with the support of Axel Stein, head of the Latin American Art Department at Sotheby‚Äôs from 2011-2018, is the first complete online Catalogue Raisonn√© of any Venezuelan modern or contemporary artist. The online document will contribute to Vigas‚Äôs artistic legacy by allowing scholars,…

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Revue Noire Numéro 26 - Madagascar issue - 1997 courtesy of Revue Noire

HAKANTO CONTEMPORARY, Antananarivo, Madagascar is pleased to present The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection, a survey of works from the collection of African publication Revue Noire. Running from November 25, 2022, to March 31, 2023, the exhibition features over 140 photographs by nearly 30 international photographers, bringing the important international collection to Madagascan audiences for the first time. Revisiting the quarterly publication, it reflects on Revue Noire‚Äôs inspirational and influential vision as an exploration and commemoration of a distinct African cultural aesthetic. Curators Pascal Martin Saint L√©on and Jean Loup Pivin (both architects and artistic directors) co-founded Revue Noire alongside writer and curator…

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De Kooning Studio

Spanning Three Pivotal Decades, The Works Trace Evolution of de Kooning‚Äôs Oeuvre With a Combined Estimate in Excess of $50 Million The Paintings Will Star in Sotheby‚Äôs Contemporary Evening Auction this November ‚ÄúThese three paintings and our grandfather‚Äôs liberated palette were forever present in our lives‚Ķ For as long as we can remember, Untitled, c. 1979, was referred to affectionately as ‚Äúthe Monet‚ÄĚ by our mother. Even as young children, we were captivated by it. It was a window; we had the sea in the studio. In all of these works, there‚Äôs a lawlessness moored by intention.‚ÄĚThe de Kooning Family ‚ÄúWorking directly with the…

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Jaume Plensa

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to announce Jaume Plensa’s participation in the 13th Mercosul Biennial, curated by Marcello Dantas which will take place from September 15 to November 20, 2022, in Porto Alegre, Brazil. This 13th edition theme ‚ÄúTrauma, Dream, Escape‚ÄĚ recognizes the notion of trauma ‚Äď be it personal or collective ‚Äď as the most important trigger in the artistic process, and dreams as the best stratagems to escape from it. “Plensa‚Äôs work concretizes the relationship between the unconscious and the conscious. His exhibition at the Funda√ß√£o Iber√™ Camargo is the central point of departure for the Biennial. The themes…

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Paul P.

Maureen Paley is pleased to announce Vespertilians by Paul P. This will be his fourth solo exhibition at the gallery and his first presented at Studio M. The exhibition takes its title from Paul P.’s watercolour works that depict envisioned scenes of bats in flight. A recurrent motif within his landscapes since the early 2000‚Äôs, employed as an indirect representation of transience and desire. ‚ÄúTheir point of origin was as a reference to the symbolist poet Comte Robert de Montesquiou (on whom Huysmans modelled the fictional character des Esseintes, and Proust his Baron de Charlus) who adopted ‚Äėthe nocturnal bird‚Äô, as he liked…

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Penny Slinger

New York ‚Äď Pace, in collaboration with Blum & Poe, is pleased to present an exhibition of work by Los Angeles-based artist Penny Slinger at its 540 West 25th Street gallery in New York. On view from September 16 to October 22 in the gallery‚Äôs first-floor library, the exhibition, titled 50% Unboxed, will feature selections from Slinger‚Äôs iconic 1971 artist‚Äôs book and collage series 50% The Visible Woman, through which the artist investigates the mapping and unveiling of the feminine subconscious. Alongside these historic works, the exhibition will also include Slinger‚Äôs new photo collage series My Body in a Box…

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Los Angeles ‚Äď In Il Sogno their Bel Air villa, property mogul Howard Ruby and Hollywood star Yvette Mimieux, built a wonderful collection of European art and antiques including 16th century Italian maiolica, 17th century French bronzes, Old Master paintings, 18th century European furniture, silver, and other rare objects. These wonderful treasures are to be offered for sale at Bonhams Los Angeles in just under 300 lots on September 21. The sale contains a particularly strong group of maiolica including a Deruta Maiolica ‘Bel Uomo’ gold-lustered charger, from 1535 with a painted portrait of a youth wearing a laurel crown and toga beside a scrolling banner. Estimate: $40,000-60,000. It is matched by a Deruta Maiolica…

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Kesha Bruce

Washington, D.C. – Morton Fine Art is pleased to announce Take Me to the Water, a solo exhibition of mixed-media paintings by the artist Kesha Bruce. An intuitive combination of painting, collage and textile art, Bruce‚Äôs work represents the culmination of a holistic creative practice developed by the artist over several decades. Her eighth exhibition with the gallery, Take Me to the Water will be on view from September 17 to October 11, 2022 at Morton‚Äôs Washington, D.C. space (52 O St NW #302). Kesha Bruce. Gifts for Mami Wata, 2022. 40 x 30 in. Mixed-media Textile Collage on canvas.…

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Richard Diebenkorn

Los Angeles¬†‚Äď On¬†September 27, Bonhams will present more than a dozen prints by¬†Richard Diebenkorn (1922-1993)¬†including his largest and most important,¬†Green, at its¬†Prints & Multiples¬†sale in¬†Los Angeles. Crafted in 1986 in collaboration with the Bay Area print shop, Crown Point Press,¬†Green, which is related to Diebenkorn‚Äôs iconic¬†Ocean Park¬†painting series, was a challenging, experimental, time-consuming project as the final printing took seven plates, three different greens and five printers to complete. The work is a true collaboration between Diebenkorn and the printers as their ingenuity and mastery of the medium allowed him to push the boundaries of the technique and bring his…

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