- Amy Sillman
- Abraham Cruzvillegas
- Cecily Brown
- Catherine Opie
- Barbara Kasten
- Caragh Thuring
- Anthea Hamilton
- Steve McQueen
- Hurvin Anderson
- Alexandre da Cunha
- Phillip King
- Bob Law
- Michael Landy
- Terry Adkins
- Abraham Cruzvillegas -
- Amie Siegel
- John Gerrard
- Lynda Benglis
- Walead Beshty
- Anya Gallaccio
- Arturo Herrera
- Jean-Luc Moulène
- Ella Kruglyanskaya
- Glenn Ligon
- Akram Zaatari
- Bruce Conner
- Lari Pittman
- Xie Nanxing
- Dana Schutz
- Paul Pfeiffer
- Marisa Merz
- Lari Pittman -
- Kelley Walker
- José Damasceno
- Luisa Lambri
- Michel François
- Kutlug Ataman
17.12.2020 - Thomas Dane Gallery: Christmas Closure
For the Christmas holidays, Thomas Dane Gallery in London and Naples will be closed from Thursday 24 December 2020 through Sunday 3 January 2021.
Both galleries will reopen on Monday 4 January 2021.
15.12.2020 - Amy Sillman: In Conversation, The Drawing Center, New York
Amy Sillman: In Conversation, The Drawing Center, New York
Amy Silllman will be joined in conversation with artist Torkwase Dyson and Chief Curator Claire Gilman as they discuss the present and future of drawing and its ever increasing vitality during this destabilizing, painful, and transformative time.
The conversation will be held via Zoom.
Wednesday, 16 December, 6pm (EST; 11pm GMT)
04.12.2020 - Abraham Cruzvillegas: Curator Culture Talk, The Bass Museum of Art, Miami
Abraham Cruzvillegas: Curator Culture Talk, The Bass Museum of Art, Miami
Rethought, Restored, Regifted, Remade: A Conversation on Reconnecting with Everyday Life
Abraham Cruzvillegas will be in conversation with Elena Reygadas and moderated by writer and activist Tom Healy. The panel conversation will take place online via YouTube, viewers can watch live here.
Sunday, 6 December, 12pm (ET)
30.11.2020 - Thomas Dane Gallery in London: Gallery Reopening
Thomas Dane Gallery in London: Gallery Reopening
Thomas Dane Gallery in London will reopen to visitors from 10am, Wednesday 2 December 2020.
Our current exhibition, Dana Schutz: Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly will be on view across both galleries until Saturday 19 December 2020.
To ensure the safety of our visitors and staff, the gallery will admit a maximum of 6 visitors at a time per gallery to comply with social distancing.
26.11.2020 - Abraham Cruzvillegas: 'Auga dulce', The Bass Museum of Art
Abraham Cruzvillegas: 'Auga dulce', The Bass Museum of Art
Extending from Collins Avenue along the central promenade of the park leading up to the museum entrance, Agua dulce, a large-scale sculptural installation, encompasses nearly 14,000 square feet. Commissioned by the museum, the project will bring the artist’s philosophy of autoconstrucción. Utilizing numerous species of flora, fauna and mineral; performers mimicking native birds; and seating that the artist constructed with locally sourced materials, Agua dulce will form a plant environment in front of the museum, free for the public to enjoy. Through collaborative research with local experts on native flora, Cruzvillegas selected around 23 different species to create the installation of more than 1,000 plants. Many of the included species, like the Salix Caroliniana (Coastal Plain Willow), have medicinal properties and are regularly used by the Seminoles, introducing notions of care and restoration to the installation.
Exhibition dates: 29 November 2020 - 18 April 2021
17.11.2020 - Abraham Cruzvillegas: Agua Dulce, Online Lecture, Städelschule, Frankfurt
Abraham Cruzvillegas: Agua Dulce, Online Lecture, Städelschule
Attempting to describe a personal methodology for making art, the talk will gravitate around a new project to be presented soon at The Bass Museum in Miami, sharing also references of previous projects presented in diverse institutions and galleries in the recent years. All boundaries and limitations, old and new, related to environmental, political, social and cultural elements, used as material, language and discourse, will be discussed as well. This may include approaching local resources vs global strategies, the flow and the speed of digital platforms vs nature slow growth, accessibility, broken paradigms, migration and pollination, alchemic transmutation and some other simultaneous failures.
The lecture will be held over Zoom, viewers can register in advance here.
Tuesday, 17 November, 7pm (CET; 6pm GMT)
12.11.2020 - Cecily Brown: Monograph, Phaidon
Cecily Brown: Monograph, Phaidon
Phaidon publish the first major monograph on Cecily Brown which includes 200 illustrations and features an interview with Brown led by Courtney J. Martin, Director of the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, and essays on her work by Jason Rosenfeld, Distinguished Chair and Professor of Art History at Marymount College in New York, and New York-based novelist Francine Prose. The title is part of Phaidon’s Contemporary Artists series—which offers comprehensive surveys of individual artists’ work and a range of art writing contributed by an international spectrum of authors, all leading figures in their fields.
04.11.2020 - Thomas Dane Gallery in London: Temporary Closure
In accordance with current government regulations, Thomas Dane Gallery in London will be temporarily closed to visitors from Thursday 5 November until further notice.
Our current exhibition, Dana Schutz: Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly, is viewable online here.
The exhibition will reopen to visitors in December.
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04.11.2020 - Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples: Temporary Closure
Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples: Temporary Closure
In accordance with current government regulations, Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples will be temporarily closed from Wednesday 4 November. The gallery will be open by appointment only, to schedule a visit please contact the gallery via phone: +39 081 1892 0545, or email: email@example.com.
Our current exhibition, Alexandre da Cunha: Arena, is viewable online here.
22.10.2020 - Catherine Opie: Artists-in-Dialogue, Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University
Catherine Opie: Artists-in-Dialogue, Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University
Catherine Opie will be joined by Marcellina Melvin, Senior Director of Healthy Equity Strategy, Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute; and Andy Keller, PhD, President and CEO, Linda Perryman Evans Presidential Chair of Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute. The conversation will explore the impact of the current political climate on mental health and will be led by the Moody's Executive Director Alison Weaver.
The talk will be held over Zoom, viewers can register in advance here.
Friday, 23 October, 6-7pm (GMT; 12am-1am BST)