In response to the temporary closure of the gallery Goldsmiths CCA have launched a programme that allows for ongoing contact with art and artists, and can be enjoyed from home.Read More
“My assistant and I were sweating a lot, complaining about the fact that almost nobody has a swimming pool in New York City. It is because of the real estate—the price per square foot, and the density of the population—that no one has one. But what if they were smaller? …” — Harold AncartRead More
CARLOS/ISHIKIWA is featuring different films, texts and online events by their artists on their website each week.Read More
Platform: London brings together twelve London galleries—each presenting works by a single artist in their program.Read More
For their inaugural online exhibition, Hauser & Wirth brings directly to your screen a selection of drawings by the celebrated French-American artist Louise Bourgeois.Read More
This is a Robbery forms a counter narrative in which expectations are upturned and the usual hierarchies of techniques and genres are levelled to an even ground.
On view (online) until 15 JuneRead More
The featured artists include Sarah Sze, Stanley Whitney, Jennifer Guidi, Roe Ethridge, Titus Kaphar, Katharina Grosse, Theaster Gates, Dan Colen, Urs Fischer, Mark Grotjahn, Mary Weatherford, Rudolf Polanszky, Damien Hirst, and Jenny Saville.Read More