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2018.02.27 Tue, by

Per Kirkeby
Paintings and Bronzes from the 1980s
Michael Werner Gallery, New York

Michael Werner Gallery, New York is pleased to present an exhibition of works from the 1980s by Per Kirkeby. With a selection of more than twenty paintings and bronze sculptures, this exhibition explores an important period in Kirkeby’s oeuvre, one which has not previously been shown in such depth. >> Read more
2018.02.06 Tue, by

Harbour Arts Sculpture Park releases names of participating artists

22 February to 11 April 2018 Central and Western District Promenade & Wan Chai Hong Kong’s first international sculpture park today announced the names of 19 of the artists confirmed to participate in the project. Supported by a wide community of public and private organisations, the Harbour Arts Sculpture Park will be the first public art project […] >> Read more
2018.01.23 Tue, by

Per Kirkeby
Almine Rech Gallery, Paris

Almine Rech Gallery Paris is pleased to present the first exhibition by danish artist Per Kirkeby with the gallery, featuring a selection of large-scale paintings and  bronze sculptures. >> Read more
2017.07.30 Sun, by

GEORGE CONDO
October 16 — November 18, 2017
Almine Rech Gallery, Paris

Almine Rech Gallery Paris is pleased to announce George Condo’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. >> Read more
2017.05.10 Wed, by

Markus Lüpertz “New Paintings”
Michael Werner New York

Arcadia is the central theme of this latest exhibition at Michael Werner, which comprises over a dozen paintings completed in 2016 and 2017. Inspired by this Edenic, pastoral motif and its recurrence throughout the canon of art history from Greek antiquity to the Renaissance, Markus Lüpertz's "Arcadia" Series depicts a confluence of classical forms and mythical figures. >> Read more
2017.05.06 Sat, by

PER KIRKEBY – Paintings and Bronzes from the 1980s
Michael Werner, London

Michael Werner Gallery, London is pleased to present an exhibition of works from the 1980s by Per Kirkeby. With a selection of more than twenty-five paintings and bronze sculptures, this exhibition explores an important period in Kirkeby’s oeuvre, one which has not previously been shown in such depth. >> Read more
2017.04.06 Thu, by

The 21st Biennale of Sydney (2018) announces first 21 artistsfor its 45th anniversary exhibition

The 21st Biennale of Sydney (2018) announces first 21 artistsfor its 45th anniversary exhibition >> Read more
2017.02.14 Tue, by

AN UNCANNY LIKENESS

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present An Uncanny Likeness, a group exhibition organized by Franklin Melendez and Romain Dauriac in the newly re-launched New York space. >> Read more
2016.12.14 Wed, by

Kuala Lumpur’s first Gallery Weekend: some Observations

Like your average snobby Singaporean, my first thought on hearing of KL’s inaugural gallery weekend (misheard as a gallery "week") was: “Really? Are there enough galleries?” >> Read more
2016.11.26 Sat, by

Gallery Weekend Kuala Lumpur: Q&A with Shalini Ganendra

Ran Dian: How did the idea of a Gallery Weekend for Kuala Lumpur (GW-KL) come up? I actually think Gallery Weekends are a great idea—especially for cities without a renowned biennale, or a major art fair; it’s a focal, event-based period when regional or even international attention can be trained on a particular locale. And […] >> Read more

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