Tacita Dean is among the 32 artists and artist collectives participating in the 57th Edition of Carnegie International. The world's second-oldest international contemporary art survey takes place at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Marian Goodman Gallery and Fourthwall Books present a conversation with William Kentridge and Denis Hirson, followed by a book signing of the new publication, "Footnotes for the Panther," on Sunday, July 15, 2018, from 11 am at Marian Goodman Gallery, London.
Please RSVP to LondonRSVP@mariangoodman.com to reserve a place.
This is Shanghai explores and celebrates the relationship between Liverpool and its twin city in China to reflect urban and cultural evolution and transformation through some of the leading and emerging contemporary artists within Shanghai.
Presented by Culture Liverpool in partnership with Open Eye Gallery, the works are staged at locations across Liverpool’s iconic Waterfront centered around the Cunard Building, as well as Tate Liverpool, Mann Island and the Museum of Liverpool.
There will be a series of screenings of Pierre Huyghe's films at Kunstnernes Hus Kino, Norway:
The Host and the Cloud
Untitled (Human Mask)
A way in Untilled
A Journey that Wasn’t
Each film will be screened once a day on: August 30, 31, September 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16. For more details please visit kunstnerneshus.no.
Caption: Pierre Huyghe, Untitled (Human Mask), 2014. Film, color, sound, 19 minutes.
Courtesy of the artist; Marian Goodman Gallery, New York; Hauser & Wirth, London; Esther Schipper, Berlin; and Anna Lena Films, Paris. © Pierre Huyghe
William Kentridge’s "The Head & the Load" combines music, dance, film projections, mechanized sculptures and shadow play to tell the story of the millions of African porters and carriers who served British, French and German forces during the First World War. The world premiere of this major new work will be staged in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in London. All tickets are sold out.
“Woman with a Red Hat,” the title of the exhibition at The Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh, is taken from Tacita Dean’s film, “Event for a Stage,” around which the exhibition pivots.
In the 2015 film, the actor Stephen Dillane acts from a script given to him, page by page, by Dean, seated in the front row of the audience.
The exhibition includes hourly screenings of “Event for a Stage," along with a number of works that examine performance and its relationship to fiction, the imagination and the collective effort of artist and audience.
"Maison Forte," organized by Marie-Puck Broodthaers and Alexandre Igor Everard de Harzir, is a mix of contemporary, modern and classic art titled "Curiosités, Livres, Ephemera: Antiquités," which is part of a weekend art event called "Campagne Première" in Revonnas, France.
Marian Goodman Gallery is delighted to announce John Baldessari’s participation in Frieze Sculpture 2018, running from July 4 – November 7, 2018. This will be the artist’s first presentation in the sculpture park, where he will be unveiling a new work titled Penguin, 2018, continuing his significant and exciting expansion into sculpture.Read More »
Amar Kanwar and Adrian Villar Rojas will be taking part in Into Nature, a bi-annual art expedition, that returns this year in various locations in The Netherlands.
Amar Kanwar’s piece, The Scene of Crime, part of The Sovereign Forest, will be on view from July 16 until September 16, 2018, at Huis van Weldadigheid; Adrián Villar Rojas's work involves recreating dozens of nests of the Hornero, a South-American songbird.
Into Nature: Out of Darkness will be open from 1 July to 16 September in Frederiksoord and on the Holtingerveld on Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am - 5 pm.
Opening at The Broad, Los Angeles, on June 30, 2018: the exhibition “A Journey That Wasn’t” presents artists’ complex representations of time, and includes Pierre Huyghe’s film “A Journey that Wasn’t.”
The works on view in this collection exhibition range from painting and sculpture to photography, film and installation— and examine the passage of time by alluding to nostalgia or sentiments about aging, often depicting specific places in states of decay; these works can act as documentation, memorial or symbol.
Michael Jackson’s significance is widely acknowledged when it comes to music, music videos, dance, choreography and fashion, but his impact on contemporary art is an untold story. The National Portrait Gallery in London's exhibition, "Michael Jackson: On the Wall," seeks to fill that void. The exhibition includes Dara Birnbaum's "Michael Jackson: Four Video Stills from Unrealized Work" from 1983-1984.
"Annette Messager. Pudique – Publique" is an eponymous retrospective of works at Institut Valencià d’Art Modern (IVAM) in Valencia, Spain.
Annette Messager challenges the traditions of craftwork, the art of making things by hand, by transforming handmade work into a personal statement of history and womanhood.
The exhibition demonstrates the impossibility of a linear interpretation of her work, emphasizing the need for the viewer to become an active participant and accept responsibility for generating an interpretation of it.
As part of opening night, the artist will have a conversation with the art critic, historian and journalist Elisabeth Lebovici on July 5, 2018.