- Alexandre da Cunha
- Michael Landy
- Caragh Thuring
- Terry Adkins
- Abraham Cruzvillegas -
- Amie Siegel
- John Gerrard
- Cecily Brown
- Steve McQueen
- Abraham Cruzvillegas
- Catherine Opie
- Lynda Benglis
- Walead Beshty
- Anya Gallaccio
- Anthea Hamilton
- Arturo Herrera
- Phillip King
- Jean-Luc Moulène
- Ella Kruglyanskaya
- Amy Sillman
- Hurvin Anderson
- Glenn Ligon
- Barbara Kasten
- Akram Zaatari
- Bruce Conner
- Lari Pittman
- Xie Nanxing
- Bob Law
- Dana Schutz
- Paul Pfeiffer
- Marisa Merz
- Lari Pittman -
- Kelley Walker
- José Damasceno
- Luisa Lambri
- Michel François
- Kutlug Ataman
29.09.2020 - Alexandre da Cunha: Figurehead II, The Box, Plymouth
Alexandre da Cunha: Figurehead II, The Box, Plymouth
As part of a presentation of works, Alexandre da Cunha exhibits a new totemic sculpture from his Figurehead series, specially commissioned by The Box. In addition, a series of small table works populate the first floor in the North Hall — these playful sculptures are presented amongst objects and artefacts that da Cunha has chosen from The Box collections, creating a dialogue that explores domestic and leisure activity through thematic and material relationships.
Finally, da Cunha's Affairs series occupies the South Hall and Active Archive; a collection of beach towels bearing national flags and consumer insignia, which explores his interest in stereotypes propagated under the guise of national identity.
29.09.2020 - Michael Landy and Caragh Thuring: Scarf Up Project
Michael Landy and Caragh Thuring: Scarf Up Project
Michael Landy and Caragh Thuring are two of nine artists who have designed unique scarf patterns for CW+ — the official charity of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The #ScarfUp project will be used by patients in hospitals suffering from asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and those recovering from COVID-19. Volunteer knitters are encouraged to make and donate these scarves to the hospital, so that patients can receive them when returning for follow-up appointments.
To read more about the project click here.
24.09.2020 - Terry Adkins: Curator's Talk, Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Terry Adkins: Curator's Talk, Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Join curators Katie Delmez of the Frist Art Museum, Jamaal Sheats of Fisk University Galleries, and Stephanie Weissberg of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation for a virtual happy hour conversation on Terry Adkins. Discover how the hidden histories behind notable figures like George Washington Carver, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Bessie Smith inspired Adkins and his art. Learn about these little-known stories through the works featured in the exhibitions Terry Adkins: Our Sons and Daughters Ever on the Altar and Terry Adkins: Resounding.
This free program will be presented on Zoom; registration is required here.
Thursday, 24 September, 5:30pm CT
11.09.2020 - Abraham Cruzvillegas: The 1st Intergalactic Summit of Independent Art Spaces, Sandwich Gallery, Bucharest
Abraham Cruzvillegas: The 1st Intergalactic Summit of Independent Art Spaces, Sandwich Gallery, Bucharest
The Summit is a proposal thought of in 2019 that makes so much more sense in 2020. Abraham Cruzvillegas thrives on improvisation and instability, on conjuring collective constructions and transforming collected objects into large environments, in the making of which he is never alone. For this occasion, Abraham has invited artist-run spaces from various countries to send us instructions for a group exhibition or group exhibitions.
Exhibition dates: 11 September - 16 November 2020
11.09.2020 - Amie Siegel: Gropius Bau, Berlin
Amie Siegel: Gropius Bau, Berlin
Amie Siegel's Quarry (2015) will be screened from 7pm (CET) on Friday 11 September at Gropius Bau in Berlin, as part of Revolverkino's film series What is Landscape? along with films by Joanna Hogg and Hannes Long.
Quarry traces the source of marble from a dark, cave-like underground quarry in Vermont—the largest in the world—to its high-end destination in Manhattan real estate developments. The orchestral soundtrack forms an emotive underpinning to the sleek interiors, echoing at times the aspiration of the luxury rendering. White marble, with its association to classical renaissance sculpture, is shaped and constructed into the interior surfaces of these luxury apartments, designed to bring even the most mundane spaces in closer proximity to the materiality and values of art. Through a distinctive camera choreography of tracking shots, gliding movements and sudden tableaux, the film reveals and montages increasingly elaborate layers and strategies of re-creation and simulation. Ultimately the representation of living or life exposes a complex economy of production and speculation.
Friday, 11 September, 7pm (CET).
Image: Amie Siegel, Quarry, 2015. HD video (still)
03.09.2020 - John Gerrard: Live Online Conversation with Artistic Director of Galway International Arts Festival Paul Fahy
John Gerrard: Live Online Conversation with Artistic Director of Galway International Arts Festival Paul Fahy
John Gerrard will be in live online conversation with Paul Fahy to discuss the making of Mirror Pavilion: Corn Work and Mirror Pavilion: Leaf Work. The talk will be live-streamed from Galway International Arts Festival's Facebook and YouTube channels.
Thursday, 6 September, 6pm IST.
02.09.2020 - John Gerrard: 'Mirror Pavilion: Leaf Work' and 'Mirror Pavilion: Corn Work', Galway International Arts Festival and Galway 2020
John Gerrard: Mirror Pavilion: Leaf Work and Mirror Pavilion: Corn Work, Galway International Arts Festival and Galway 2020
Galway International Arts Festival and Galway 2020, European Capital of Culture, present a major new site-specific commission by John Gerrard.
Gerrard's Mirror Pavilion, composed of a highly reflective mirrored cube with an LED wall display, will present two software works — Corn Work and Leaf Work (2020) — installed by the River Corrib at Galway’s Claddagh Quay and at Derrigimlagh Bog in Connemara respectively.
25.08.2020 - Cecily Brown: Blenheim Palace
Cecily Brown: Blenheim Palace
Made up entirely of new works inspired by the Palace’s collection, the Blenheim Art Foundation will unveil a major solo exhibition by Cecily Brown.
This will be the first exhibition in the Foundation’s programme to be comprised entirely of new work created in response to the Palace’s history as an English country estate and as the home to successive generations of the Spencer-Churchill family and their collection of paintings, tapestries and decorative arts.
Rendered in her emotive, frenetic brushstrokes, Brown’s new series will visually reference masterpieces by Sir Joshua Reynolds and Sir Anthony Van Dyck on view at the Palace, as well as family heraldry, armorial banners and the martial scenes of the Blenheim Tapestries that line the State Rooms.
Exhibition dates: 17 September 2020 - 3 January 2021
05.08.2020 - Thomas Dane Gallery: Summer Closure
Thomas Dane Gallery: Summer Closure
For the summer holiday, Thomas Dane Gallery will be closed from Monday 10 August through Friday 14 August.
Both London and Naples offices will reopen the following week.
03.08.2020 - 'Steve MᶜQueen' Reopens at Tate Modern
Steve MᶜQueen Reopens at Tate Modern
Thomas Dane Gallery is pleased to announce the reopening of Steve MᶜQueen at Tate Modern from Friday 7 August, with extended viewing through 6 September 2020.
The exhibition joins the three existing Tate Modern visitor routes now available to pre-book online here.
This major exhibition coincides with MᶜQueen’s Year 3, recently extended at Tate Britain until 31 January 2021, an epic portrait of London’s Year 3 pupils created through a partnership between Tate, Artangel and A New Direction. Entry is free and timed tickets can be booked here.