For his site-specific installation, the artist assembles hundred old wheelbarrows that he collected from workers in Ghana in exchange for new models.
“Nora Turato is a punchline critter. There is no phrase of hers I haven’t heard before …”Read More
Emma Stern paints virtual women, taking avatars as her muses.
On view until 14 AugustRead More
This is not the umpteenth the-show-must-go-on-presentation. This exhibition exposes itself as immersed in the events that, relatively speaking, took place in the past one and a half year.
On view until April 17Read More
An exhibition of watercolors and paintings by Harold Ancart
On view until May 8Read More
Erwin Wurm’s new series of works comprises marble sculptures in the shapes of sausages, bread rolls and gherkins that are presented in oversized dimensions.
On view until 12 JuneRead More
An exhibition of mixed media paintings from more than thirty years of the artist’s career.
On view until April 30
In this exhibition, the concepts of mimicry and digital technology intertwine on numerous levels.Read More
In this show, held in Palacio de Cristal, Petrit Halilaj uses a wide variety of elements to explore topics such as home, nation, love and cultural identity.Read More
Originally commissioned for the 2019 Whitney Biennial, this presentation features Neighborhood Goggles, a pair of brightly colored totemic sculptures with inset video screens.
On view until March 27Read More
Embracing the material’s tension between familiar references and modernity, Zhang’s textile works evoke the loss of a former state of existence and welcomes the recomposition of a new world.Read More
The new paintings juxtapose the cyclical movement of time conducted by the intermittent appearance and disappearance of the images with a sense of change and extension implied by the vague contours and positions of the canvases and the flowing drips of wax and paint.
On view until 10 AprilRead More
Seemingly banal sequences from the everyday life are enriched with references to the history of art and the debris of modern-day urban life giving the paintings an air of universality while at the same planting them firmly in the contemporary.Read More
Poetic in their realisation, the selection of works presented is not only an introduction to Lydia Gifford’s art, but it is also a great opportunity to gauge the health of contemporary painting practice.
On view until February 27
This presentation centers on a new poetic and nostalgic text by Etel Adnan, based on her experience of moving between her native Lebanon, California, and France.
On view until March 20
Alive to the world around him, Whitney’s personal experiences are ingrained in his abstractions, as his wide-ranging titles suggest.
On view until April 10
In each of Tam Ochiai works, multiple time periods and fluid thoughts come and go, which can be described as the gestures of an artist who is in the process of forming and dismantling a concept, and then connecting it to the next thought.
On view until 11 AprilRead More
With Paradise Edict Michael Armitage, who will be awarded the renowned Ruth Baumgarte Art Award in the fall, celebrates his first major presentation in a museum setting and his first show in Germany.
On view until 14 February