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2018.08.30 Thu, by

Harold Ancart
Freeze
David Zwirner London

    David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by the Belgian artist Harold Ancart at the gallery’s 24 Grafton Street location in London. Ancart began painting icebergs in January 2018 in response to a glacial winter in New York, where the artist is based. These new works will be on […] >> Read more
2017.12.09 Sat, by

Alicja Kwade: ReReason
Yuz Museum, Shanghai

Yuz Museum is pleased to present “ReReason” by Alicja Kwade, the artist’s first solo exhibition in Asia, from December 17th, 2017 to April 1st, 2018. The exhibition features 24 works of art, including 5 monumental installations from the collection of Yuz Foundation. Kwade questions the seemingly immutable and unshakable realities in an innovative artistic language […] >> Read more
2017.10.27 Fri, by

MATT MULLICAN
‘Representing That World’
Mai 36 Galerie

Mai 36 Galerie is delighted to present, for the very first time, the latest groups of works by American artist Matt Mullican, whose oeuvre encompasses such diverse media as painting, drawing, sculpture and photography alongside video, installations and performances. In this, his ninth solo exhibition at Mai 36 Galerie, two groups of new rubbings and glass works will be shown. >> Read more
2017.09.11 Mon, by

The Portrait, or the Long Road to Emptiness
Yang Jiechang in Dialogue with Heinz-Norbert Jocks

Renowned German journalist, author, curator and art critic, Heinz-Norbert Jocks, met with Yang Jiechang to discuss Yang's his self-portraiture and calligraphy, empathy and the artist, Hitler, copying and becoming human. >> Read more
2017.07.12 Wed, by

Seascape (2017)-a new film by James Welling
David Zwirner, New York

David Zwirner is pleased to present Seascape (2017), a new film by James Welling at its 519 West 19th Street location. This will be the United States premiere of the work and the artist's seventh solo presentation at the gallery. >> Read more
2017.05.11 Thu, by

“The Leftovers”
JEAN-MARIE APPRIOU, JEFFREY JOYAL, KAYA (KRISTIN BRÄTSCH and DEBO EILERS), MAI-THU PERRET, KATHLEEN RYAN
Simon Lee Gallery, New York

Simon Lee Gallery New York is pleased to present The Leftovers, a group exhibition organized by Franklin Melendez and Romain Dauriac which explores ideas of shelter. >> Read more
2017.03.22 Wed, by

Holzwege – 20 Years of ShanghART

For a long time ShanghART’s home was the M50 art district, on the banks of Suzhou Creek, a much smaller version of Beijing’s Dashanzi 798. Galleries at M50 would come and go but ShanghART’s presence, along with the mostly local artists it represented—including Ding Yi, Zhang Enli and Xu Zhen—remained constant. >> Read more
2017.02.16 Thu, by

“Trayastrimsa”—or, Chicken with Chillies

Dissecting the piece as a whole, I found no link between these images, which constituted an anything-goes pile-up of various symbols: Tantric Buddhism, Taoism, body politics, the larger narrative of human civilization, reincarnation, redemption, self-examination, revelation, purgatory, Hieronymus Bosch’s “Ship of Fools” and “The Seven Deadly Sins”. . . >> Read more
访谈, 2017.02.08 Wed, by

Luc Tuymans interview

In an age in which he feels artists have become exceedingly demo­cratic, Luc Tuymans adheres closely to the method he has honed over time—mercifully without, he says, a moment of “painter’s block.” >> Read more
访谈, 2017.02.06 Mon, by

JOSEF ALBERS
“Sunny Side Up”
David Zwirner
London

In a new and unusual approach to color in the work of abstract painter Josef Albers, David Zwirner's first London exhibition devoted to Albers focuses on one color that held a pervasive place in the artist's oeuvre. >> Read more

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