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Shara Hughes
Shara Hughes
Time Lapsed New Publication Publication November, 2022

On the occasion of Shara Hughes’ exhibition Time Lapsed at Kunstmusem Luzern, an accompanying catalogue is published with DCV Books. Shara Hughes describes her pictures and drawings as psychological or invented landscapes. Her cliff coasts, river valleys, sunsets, and lush gardens, often framed by abstract patterns, might be the settings of fairy tales or scenes from paradise.

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Jean-Marie Appriou
Jean-Marie Appriou
Artflyer Press November, 2022

Artflyer recently dedicated a major article and interview to the artist Jean-Marie Appriou. In the interview, Appriou says, “What interests me is to go beyond this imaginary surface that the mirage, or the world, is. This Alice in Wonderland or William Blake trick of the passage. The door to another state. When we are in front of a work of art, we don’t know what happens, it is indescribable, but we pass through a door to a state of superior consciousness.”

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Shara Hughes
Shara Hughes
Time Lapsed Ramona Heinlein, Texte zur Kunst Press November 11, 2022

Shara Hughes’ exhibition Time Lapsed at Kunstmuseum Luzern, Lucerne is reviewed by Ramona Heinlein for Texte zur Kunst.

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Wyatt Kahn
Wyatt Kahn
Life in the Abstract Public Art Fund Special Project November, 2022

In the newest video with Public Art Fund, artist Wyatt Kahn and curator Daniel S. Palmer discuss Kahn’s first public art exhibition, Life in the Abstract. Together, they delve into the inspiration drawn from Kahn’s daily life, connections to his broader practice, and how the sculptures reflect the democratizing spirit of public art. On Wednesday, December 7, there will be an Artist Talk with Wyatt Kahn, where he will address his multidimensional practice encompassing painting, drawing, and sculpture, focusing on Life in the Abstract.

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
Heinz-Norbert Jocks, Kunstforum International Press November, 2022

Kunstforum International recently dedicated a major interview for Ugo Rondinone. Heinz-Norbert Jocks talks to the artist about the beginnings of his career, his influences, and the artists' different exhibitions over the past year.

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
William Van Meter, Artnet News Press October 21, 2022

Ugo Rondinone is one of six contemporary creators to reimagine an iconic handbag by Louis Vuitton. William Van Meter from Artnet News writes: "A handbag becomes a blank (and luxurious) canvas for the esteemed, high-profile cadre tasked with crafting the latest Artycapucines.”

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Amy Feldman
Amy Feldman
Kate Brown, Artnet News Press October 11, 2022

Kate Brown from Artnet News recently visited American artist Amy Feldman in her Brooklyn studio to talk about her studio practice and work routine.

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
Devid Goulandris, Ignant Magazine Press October, 2022

Ugo Rondinone’s exhibition the water is a poem unwritten by the air no. the earth is a poem unwritten by the fire at Petit Palais, Paris is reviewed by Devid Gulandris for Ignant Magazine. Goulandris writes, “Ugo Rondinone is an expert in evoking emotion, leaving one entranced and visually awakened.”

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Tschabalala Self
Tschabalala Self
Cerebral Women A Conversation with Tschabalala Self Press October, 2022

For the podcast Cerebral Women, host Phyllis Hollis talks to Tschabalala Self about her work, her inspiration and passion.

Listen to the Podcast here

Doug Aitken
Doug Aitken
The Jerusalem Post Barry Davis Press October 8, 2022

Doug Aitken’s solo exhibition, Flags and Debris, at The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is the subject of a feature by Barry Davis in The Jerusalem Post. The feature discusses how Aitken’s current show at Israel Museum is a reflection of the woeful social distancing, self-incarceration state of affairs in 2020.

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Work by Ugo Rondinone saying WE ARE POEMS
Ugo Rondinone
Akris Spring 2023 Fashion Show, A Century in Fashion Palais de Tokyo Special Project October 1, 2022

The strong, vivid hues shining in this collection appear as the shades of the rainbow. A color spectrum beautifully represented in Ugo Rondinone's visual cosmos, particularly his rainbow works. WE ARE POEMS embodies the artist's fascination with poetry emphasizing the subjective, the irrational, the emotional. The Swiss-born, New York-based artist believes that poetry-like art-needs no explanation, no thinking, but rather demands simply to be felt. Creative Director Albert Kriemler has selected this artwork as a symbol for the self-evident sensuality of Akris clothes and as a perfect representation for the 100 year anniversary of the fashion house.

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
Petit Palais, Paris Institutional Exhibition October 18, 2022 – January 8, 2023

the water is a poem
unwritten by the air
no. the earth is a poem
unwritten by the fire

Every autumn since 2015, the Petit Palais, Paris has invited contemporary artists to exhibit alongside its permanent collection. This year, Ugo Rondinone will present an exclusive exhibition opening October 18. At the Petit Palais, Rondinone presents three groups of works including the world premiere of his video installation burn to shine. The trilogy reflects the union of the human body with natural elements.

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Shara Hughes
Shara Hughes
Artnet News Press September 15, 2022

Shara Hughes suspends time with dazzling, otherworldly landscapes in her new exhibition Time Lapsed at Kunstmuseum Luzern.

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Adam Pendleton
Adam Pendleton
The Art Newspaper A brush with... Press August 24, 2022

For The Art Newspaper’s podcast A brush with… Ben Luke talks to Adam Pendleton about the artist’s influences in the worlds of literature, music and art, as well as the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work.

Listen to the Podcast here

Chase Hall
Chase Hall
VOGUE Dodie Kazanjian Press July 14, 2022

For Vogue’s August issue, Chase Hall was profiled by Dodie Kazanjian. The article discusses Hall’s fiercely independent and deeply inspired artistic practice which is informed by questions of identity and belonging. Kazanjian writes, "A self-taught artist with boundless energy and a lot to say, he has emerged virtually overnight as a strong and highly original new voice."

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Shara Hughes
Shara Hughes
Time Lapsed Kunstmuseum Luzern, Lucerne Institutional Exhibition September 17 – November 20, 2022

Kunstmuseum Luzern is dedicating a major exhibition to the American artist Shara Hughes. The exhibition Time Lapsed, curated by Fanni Fetzer, will present significant landscape paintings by Hughes. Her steep coasts, river courses, sunsets, and abundant gardens play with remembered landscapes of the kind that we all can recall.

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Tschabalala Self
Tschabalala Self
Make Room Le Consortium, Dijon Institutional Exhibition July 1, 2022 – January 22, 2023

Tschabalala Self’s first solo institutional exhibition in Europe, Make Room, will present new and recent paintings, sculptures, and works on paper. Curators Franck Gautherot and Seungduk Kim introduce the exhibition as presenting works where the relationships between the masculine and the feminine are expressed with domestic figures and poses alternating between light and shadow.

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Jean-Marie Appriou
Jean-Marie Appriou
Art Club #35 Villa Medici, Rome Special Project June 25 — September 4, 2022

Villa Medici in Rome has invited the French artist and sculptor Jean-Marie Appriou to unveil a series of new pieces that will populate the gardens of Villa Medici this summer. As part of the cycle Art Club, curated by Pier Paolo Pancotto, these recent creations take up the core figures of Appriou's practice, whose deeply dreamlike visual universe is imbued with telluric concerns.

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Neon Sculputure by Ugo Rondinone spelling Life Time
Ugo Rondinone
LIFE TIME Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt Institutional Exhibition June 24 – September 18, 2022

The Schirn is dedi­cating a large survey exhi­bi­tion to Ugo Rondi­none that will show­case key paint­ings, sculp­tures, and video works by the renowned Swiss artist. The exhi­bi­tion LIFE TIME combines funda­mental themes that have shaped the work of the concep­tual and instal­la­tion artist for the past 30 years: time and tran­sience, day and night, reality and fiction, nature and culture. 

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Wyatt Kahn
Wyatt Kahn
NY1 Roger Clark Press June 23, 2022

Wyatt Kahn discusses his Public Art Fund exhibition, Life in the Abstract, with Roger Clark for NY1. Life in the Abstract is Kahn's first public art exhibition, comprising seven new monumental sculptures fabricated in Cor-Ten steel. Each sculpture juxtaposes components adapted from Kahn’s abstract canvas paintings with “readymade” items from his domestic life. 

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Karen Kilimnik
Karen Kilimnik
The New Yorker Johanna Fateman Press June 20, 2022

Karen Kilimnik's exhibition, Early Drawings 1976 – 1998, is reviewed by Johanna Fateman for Goings On About Town in The New Yorker. Fateman writes, "The diverse works on view are unified by the artist’s inimitable hand and wry humor—and by their lustrous gilt frames, which strike the perfect note of irony, fantasy, and understated camp."

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Louisa Gagliardi
Louisa Gagliardi
Flash Art Louisa Elderton Press Summer 2022

Artist Louisa Gagliardi recently spoke to Louisa Elderton about her large-scale painting for the 2022 edition of Art Basel Unlimited. Gagliardi describes the work in reference to an atmosphere of “opening random doors and observing whatever scenes hide behind them. That’s what I want the work to feel like. Sometimes you open a door to an empty room that has a peaceful stillness, but it’s still eerie because of the potential for activation...” 

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Wyatt Kahn
Wyatt Kahn
Life in the Abstract Public Art Fund, City Hall Park, New York Special Project June 8, 2022 – February 26, 2023

Organized by Public Art Fund, Life in the Abstract is Wyatt Kahn’s first public art exhibition, comprising seven new monumental sculptures fabricated in Cor-Ten steel. Each sculpture juxtaposes components adapted from Kahn’s abstract canvas paintings with “readymade” items like eyeglasses, clock, comb, hand, foot, and other elements from his domestic life. 

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
Nature Doesn't Know About Us Sculpture Milwaukee, Wisconsin Institutional Exhibition June 2022 – October 2023

Ugo Rondinone has been appointed as the Guest Curator of Sculpture Milwaukee’s 2022 exhibition. The exhibition, entitled Nature Doesn’t Know About Us, will include “thirteen works by thirteen artists who combine skeptical clarity and at times humor-tinged desire to locate the intersection of spiritual and physical presence in our daily life,” according to Rondinone.

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Angela Bulloch
Angela Bulloch
Perpendicular Paradigm Musée d'arts de Nantes, Nantes Institutional Exhibition May 13 – August 30, 2022

The Musée d’arts de Nantes invited Angela Bulloch to design an exhibition specifically for the museum's atrium. Undeterred by the monumentality of the space, the artist integrated her work into its architecture pursuing a practice of blending light, color, video, and sound. Bulloch drew on the legacy of the conceptual art of the 1960s, while also incorporating digital technologies to produce work that appeals to the senses. 

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
Ocula Magazine Stephanie Bailey Press April 27, 2022

Ugo Rondinone's solo exhibition, burn shine fly, at Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista in Venice is the subject of a feature by Stephanie Bailey on Ocula Magazine. The feature discusses how Rondinone's artworks reflect on common experiences of love and loss, particularly in relation to works by the late John Giorno. 

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
burn shine fly Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista, Venice Special Project April 20 – September 24, 2022

On the occasion of the 59th La Biennale di Venezia, the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista hosts a major solo exhibition of work by the Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone, entitled burn shine fly. Curated by Javier Molins, burn shine fly presents both iconic works by Rondinone as well as a new body of work created specifically for this exhibition.

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Adam Pendleton
Adam Pendleton
Whitney Biennial: Quiet as It's Kept Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Biennial April 6 – September 5, 2022

Adam Pendleton will participate in the Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It's Kept. Established in 1932 to chart developments in art of the United States, the Whitney Biennial is the longest-running exhibition of its kind. A constellation of the most relevant art and ideas of our time, the 2022 exhibition will be the Biennial’s eightieth edition.

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Carroll Dunham
Carroll Dunham
The New Yorker Naomi Fry Press April 3, 2022

At seventy-two, Carroll Dunham is one of the most successful and well-respected American painters of his generation. The artist recently sat down with the writer Naomi Fry for a conversation about painting, the body, repression, and family.

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Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Die Welt Sabine B. Vogel Press March 31, 2022

Eva Presenhuber discusses her return to her home country of Austria and why she has decided to open a gallery in Vienna after years of operating out of Zurich and New York. Tobias Pils introduces his inaugural exhibition, Between Us Space, featuring Gerwald Rockenshaub, and reveals how the collaboration came about.

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Painting by Adam Pendleton
Adam Pendleton
These Things We’ve Done Together Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal Institutional Exhibition March 17 – July 10, 2022

New York-based artist Adam Pendleton’s first solo exhibition in Canada, These Things We’ve Done Together, presents new monumental paintings from his series Untitled (WE ARE NOT) as well as drawings from his defining series Black Dada produced this year. The exhibition also includes a video portrayal of the avant-garde dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker Yvonne Rainer.

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Chase Hall
Chase Hall
W Magazine Emma Leigh Macdonald Press March 7, 2022

Chase Hall discusses his debut solo show in Europe—a collection of paintings and portraiture titled Clouds in My Coffee on view at Galerie Eva Presenhuber in Zurich. Despite exhibiting internationally, many of the ideas he’s currently working through are rooted in American history.

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Jean-Frédéric Schnyder
Jean-Frédéric Schnyder
Kunsthalle Bern, Bern Institutional Exhibition February 26 – May 15, 2022

Bern celebrates the important Swiss artist Jean-Frédéric Schnyder with a hanging of the holdings in the collection of the Kunstmuseum Bern and a solo exhibition at the Kunsthalle Bern. At Kunsthalle Bern, new, rarely, or never-before-seen works from 1970 to the present are brought together, including those that were not necessarily planned as works of art, but resulted from daily activities.

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Tschabalala Self
Tschabalala Self
Vogue Marley Marius Press February 24, 2022

At the Performa Biennial last October, artist Tschabalala Self presented her first-ever live performance. Besides writing the script and directing the actors, Self also painted the backdrop and designed the costumes, produced in a special collaboration with UGG. The first seven pieces from UGG x TS will be available online and in selected stores on March 1.

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Doug Aitken
Doug Aitken
ARTnews Shanti Escalante-De Mattei Press February 15, 2022

Doug Aitken’s awe-inspiring work comments on the aesthetics of the future and the conflict between modernity and nature. Now, he is pushing his eye-popping sensibility even further with a new exhibition that spans four galleries in different cities and exists mainly in the form of virtual reality. Learn more about booking your VR experience in Zurich here

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Chase Hall
Chase Hall
ARTnews Maximilíano Durón Press February 8, 2022

Galerie Eva Presenhuber, which maintains locations in Zurich and New York, and is set to open another in Vienna, will now represent Chase Hall, whose work is currently on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in a show of Black portraiture. Hall’s first solo exhibition with the gallery will open at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Waldmannstrasse, Zurich, on March 4.

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Jean-Frédéric Schnyder
Jean-Frédéric Schnyder
Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern Institutional Exhibition February 4 – May 29, 2022

Bern celebrates the important Swiss artist Jean-Frédéric Schnyder with a hanging of the holdings in the collection of the Kunstmuseum Bern and a solo exhibition at the Kunsthalle Bern. For the exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Bern, the artist himself has made a selection of 68 earlier paintings and sculptures and arranged them in an overall installation.

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Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Artnet News Kate Brown Press January 20, 2022

Eva Presenhuber will open her second gallery since the beginning of the pandemic, this time in Vienna. The gallery will open on April 2 with an exhibition of Austrian native Tobias Pils, featuring an intervention by fellow Austrian Gerwald Rockenschaub.

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Installation view of Ugo Rondinone sculpture and installation exhibition
Ugo Rondinone
nude in the landscape Belvedere 21, Vienna Institutional Exhibition December 12, 2021 – May 1, 2022

nude in the landscape at the Belvedere 21 is Ugo Rondinone’s first solo show in an Austrian museum. In the sunlit glass pavilion of the Belvedere 21, the artist brings together new groups of works from the classic genres of the nude and the landscape. 

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Installation view of Steven Shearer paintings, printed works, and installation exhibition
Steven Shearer
The Polygon Gallery, North Vancouver Institutional Exhibition November 20, 2021 – February 13, 2022

This major exhibition focuses on the importance of Steven Shearer’s archive of photographic and print material, collected over the past 25 years, and showcases how this pictorial reservoir continues to act as source material for works across a variety of media, including sculpture, prints, drawings, and painting.

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Installation view of Ugo Rondinone clown sculptures exhibition
Ugo Rondinone
vocabulary of solitude Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland Institutional Exhibition November 20, 2021 – February 27, 2022

Ugo Rondinone’s performatively costumed and made-up clowns stand in as those figures who remain outside society’s mainstream. In a time in which we have spent hours contemplating solitude, Rondinone offers the opportunity to explore notions of being through his community of jesters. 

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Doug Aitken
Doug Aitken
New Era Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney Institutional Exhibition October 20, 2021 – February 6, 2022

In this Sydney-exclusive exhibition, see Doug Aitken's installations, objects, photographs, and vast immersive multi-screen environments that will envelop you within a kaleidoscope of moving imagery and sound. Aitken's works lead us into a world where time, space, and memory are fluid concepts.

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Valentin Carron
Valentin Carron
La petite Californie Museum im Bellpark, Kriens Institutional Exhibition November 20, 2021 – February 27, 2022

Valentin Carron's latest body of work examines figuration as a fundamental concern of art and translates this into a contemporary visual language. Through this supposedly worn-out motif, he explores the origins of artistic representation and uses his sculptures to relate to the first cultural expressions of man. 

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Shara Hughes
Shara Hughes
The Bridge Yuz Museum, West Bund, Shanghai Institutional Exhibition November 6, 2021 – January 9, 2022

Shara Hughes’ latest landscape paintings transcend spirituality, which was inspired by physical nature, bridging utopia and reality. The Bridge not only is an epitome of Hughes’ creative breakthrough during the pandemic but extends to her profound understanding of life and death, man and universe, ephemerality and immortality.

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Performance rehearsal photograph of four actors
Tschabalala Self
Frieze Alexandra M. Thomas Press October 22, 2021

At Performa 2021, Tschabalala Self will bring to life characters from her paintings in a performance entitled Sounding Board. Understanding this commission as an invitation to experiment with the medium of performance, Self has written and designed an intimate work of theatre.

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Full-length portrait of Amy Feldman in her studio
Amy Feldman
TheGuide.art Osman Can Yerebakan Press October 18, 2021

Amy Feldman’s paintings have been gray for over a decade, a commitment which would be bold were it not so seemingly innate. In the Brooklyn-based artist’s alluringly abstract works, shapes float amidst gray-washed cosmoses layered with coats of gesso, paint, and more paint.

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Painting by Steven Shearer, The Collector's Visit 2019 Oil on canvas; artist frame 56 x 49 cm / 22 x 19 3/8 in
Steven Shearer
Artforum Mitchell Anderson Press September 21, 2021

Much recent figurative painting has sought, admirably but with some obviousness, to invert and destroy the genre’s entrenched hierarchies. More subtle is Steven Shearer’s examination of portraiture through the lens of those who construct and consume it. 

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Adam Pendleton
Adam Pendleton
Who Is Queen? Museum of Modern Art, New York Institutional Exhibition September 18, 2021 – February 21, 2022

Who Is Queen? transforms MoMA’s Marron Family Atrium into a dynamic arena exploring Blackness, abstraction, and the avant-garde. Adam Pendleton has created a spatial collage of text, image, and sound—a total work of art for the 21st century.

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Photograph of Adam Pendleton crouching in front of one of his silkscreen artworks
Adam Pendleton
The New York Times Siddhartha Mitter Press September 10, 2021

Adam Pendleton is rethinking the museum. Who Is Queen? at MoMA is the artist’s most personal and ambitious show yet, exploring how we might live beyond labels in American society. “I want to overwhelm the museum,” he said.

Read on The New York Times

Installation view of two Growth Rings sculptures by Oscar Tuazon in a park
Oscar Tuazon
Though it’s dark, still I sing Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo Biennial September 4 – December 5, 2021

For Oscar Tuazon, the artistic practice is a principle of life. His works are de facto inseparable from what can be called a life project, which includes living on the fringe of society, at the periphery of social codes, in pursuit of harmony with the environment that surrounds him.

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Installation view of Shara Hughes paintings exhibition
Shara Hughes
On Edge Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St. Louis Institutional Exhibition September 3, 2021 – February 13, 2022

Shara Hughes is often referred to as a landscape painter, but from the artist’s point of view, her paintings “are not really about landscapes” at all. Hughes' first major solo museum show in the US, On Edge includes more than 30 paintings, drawings, and prints.

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Installation view of Tschabalala Self 2-part painting and sculpture
Tschabalala Self
Sounding Board Performa 2021 Biennial, New York Biennial October 22 – 24, 2021

Tschabalala Self will present her first live performance in the form of brief scenes from a play that she has written and directed. On a stage designed by the artist, a male and female actor will explore communication, gender roles, and power play within intimate relationships.

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Installation view of three paintings by Michael Williams
Michael Williams
Make Plans. God Applauds Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen Institutional Exhibition August 28 – November 7, 2021

In 2020 and 2021, Michael Williams created six large-scale paintings for the Lokremise in St. Gallen, which will be presented there for the first time. During the lockdown, there were no openings and no trips; instead, it was time to retreat to the studio.

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