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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 the latter half of the 20th century, Ito was an abstract painter with a distinctly personal and unique style. Antithetical to popular 20th century abstract painting, which was often flat and two-dimensional, Ito built abstract forms on her canvases by...

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....

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...

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...

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...

Exodus – L’ école de Paris: The Modernist Diaspora at Bonhams London

London – An exodus of Jewish artists from Eastern Europe to Paris during the turn of the century gave rise to a flourishing of artistic...

Pat Steir opens this week in Paris. LGDR 

An exhibition of new works by Pat Steir showcases the American artist's ongoing experimentation with gesture, gravity, and chromatic perception. Guided by her engagement...

Mathieu Masterwork Never Before Seen at Auction Leads de L’avant-Garde à Nos Jours Sale at Bonhams Paris

Paris – An exceptional and rare work by Georges Mathieu (1921-2012) entitled “Exil de Go-Daigo dans l'île d'Oki” is the highlight of the ‘De...

The Largest Ever Work by Lin Fengmian to Come to Market: Dunhuang Musicians Leads Bonhams Chinese Paintings Sale in June

Hong Kong—Bonhams presents Dunhuang Musicians, the largest-ever painting by Chinese modern master Lin Fengmian (1900-1991) to appear on the market, at its Fine Chinese...

Tales, a Solo Exhibition by Julio Anaya Cabanding. Nanzuka. Tokyo

NANZUKA is pleased to present a solo exhibition with Spanish artist Julio Anaya Cabanding at NANZUKA 2G. Julio Anaya Cabanding was born in 1987 in...

Faith Ringgold’s Jazz Stories. South Etna Montauk Foundation. NY

(Montauk, NY) – The South Enta Montauk Foundation is pleased to Faith Ringgold: Jazz Stories, an exhibition of recent work by one of the United States’ most important...

Jordan Kerwick: Pink sunsets, cigarettes, 3 regrets.. Vito Schnabel Gallery

Beginning May 19, 2022, Vito Schnabel Gallery will present Jordan Kerwick: Pink sunsets, cigarettes, 3 regrets and hope to haunt the future at the Old Santa...