The exhibition brings together the work of 14 artists of different generations, who developed their practices in the context of relatively heterogenous notions of abstraction.
On view until 29 August
The exhibition is open by appointment from 2 – 29 August
The painting, which exists only for the duration of the exhibition, seamlessly connects the interior of the museum and the outdoor space and transforms the site into a new space of imagination and possibility.
On view until 10 January, 2021
This comprehensive show covers John Miller’s output from the 1980s to the present, demonstrating his astute, witty, and at times poignant commentary on the notions of identity, figuration, economics, social class, and value of art.
On view until 13 December
The world of birds has provided an endless source of inspiration for the Kosovar artist Petrit Halilaj, who since a young age found himself captivated by the flying creatures. Comprising several different bodies of works and spanning over seven years of research, this Showroom Series explores the particular fascination between Halilaj and birds.
On view (online) until 29 August
Art and spirituality have much in common. Traditionally, artists are thought to have an exceptionally sensitive gift of perception. Even today, they address major philosophical, psychological or spiritual issues in their work.
On view until 12 October
This retrospective is the culmination of Sharif’s long history with the Emirate of Sharjah and is produced in close collaboration with Sharjah Art Foundation. The show presents around 150 works, including early newspaper caricatures and comic strip drawings, paintings, sculptural installations, and assemblages.
On view until 19 July
Works of art that no one sees are tragic creatures. Locked away, languishing in obscurity, pictures, sculptures, and videos can’t meditate on what they mean, can’t quietly grow and mature—indeed, they can’t even despair.
On view until 15 July
For their first solo exhibition at König Gallery in Berlin, opening May 16th, Elmgreen & Dragset will present three new figurative sculptures within an immersive setting that transforms the visual appearance of the upper gallery, the Nave, at St. Agnes.
On view until 2 August
Central to the exhibition is an exploration of art’s potential to be a transformative gift.
On view until 12 July