- Hurvin Anderson
- Abraham Cruzvillegas
- Amie Siegel
- Steve McQueen
- Cecily Brown
- Catherine Opie
- Walead Beshty
- Anthea Hamilton
- Arturo Herrera
- Michael Landy
- Amy Sillman
- Akram Zaatari
- Glenn Ligon
- Alexandre da Cunha
- Xie Nanxing
- Caragh Thuring
- Lynda Benglis
- Ella Kruglyanskaya
- Patricia Leite
- Dana Schutz
- Barbara Kasten
- Phillip King
- Michel François
- Paul Pfeiffer
- Bruce Conner
- John Gerrard
- Luisa Lambri
- Bob Law
- Terry Adkins
- Abraham Cruzvillegas -
- Anya Gallaccio
- Jean-Luc Moulène
- Lari Pittman
- Marisa Merz
- Lari Pittman -
- Kelley Walker
- José Damasceno
- Kutlug Ataman
25.6.22 - Opening tomorrow: Kingston Biennial
Works by Hurvin Anderson are included in Kingston Biennial 2022: Pressure, which opens tomorrow, Sunday 26 June.
Private view: 26 June 11am - 4pm
Exhibition dates: 26 June - 31 December 2022
National Gallery of Jamaica
12 Ocean Blvd, Block C
25.6.22 - Opening today: Abraham Cruzvillegas at Les Tanneries - Centre d'art contemporain
Private view: 25 June, from 2.30pm
Exhibition dates: 25 June - 28 August 2022
Les Tanneries Centre d’Art Contemporain
234 Rue des Ponts
22.6.22 - Thomas Dane Gallery closure, 29 June
Thomas Dane Gallery in London will be closed next Wednesday, 29 June.
15.6.22 - Amie Siegel in conversation with The Guardian's Adrian Searle
Wednesday 22 June, 7pm
Amie Siegel will be in conversation with Adrian Searle, art critic at The Guardian, discussing Bloodlines (2022), currently on display at Thomas Dane Gallery, London, and at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh.
Siegel has long been interested in the lives of artworks and objects—how they gain cultural meaning and value. Bloodlines follows the movement of paintings by the English artist George Stubbs (1724-1806), from their aristocratic homes to their exhibition in a public art gallery, and subsequent return, thus rendering visible complex networks of art, pedigree and cultural identification. Filmed in numerous private country estates and public institutions across the UK, Bloodlines offers an intimate look into the world of cultural property, the ownership of heritage and distinctions between private and public realms. One of Siegel’s most ambitious works to date, Bloodlines exemplifies the artist’s understated mastery of form, revealing systems of class and inherited wealth, while subtly suggesting colonialism’s role in establishing and perpetuating these structures.
Institute of Contemporary Arts
London SW1Y 5AH
13.6.22 - Amie Siegel in conversation with Lucy Askew, Chief Curator, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Tomorrow, Tuesday, 14 June, Amie Siegel will be in conversation with Lucy Askew, Chief Curator, Scottish National Museum Gallery of Modern Art, about Siegel’s new film installation, ‘Bloodlines’ (2022).
‘Bloodlines’ recently joined Scotland’s national collection and is currently on display as part of the exhibition, ‘New Arrivals’, at the Scottish National Museum Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One) Until September 4.
To meet demand, SNGMA are also offering an online live stream of the event and ask that visitors attend the event with pre-booked tickets only.
Tuesday 14 June, 6-7pm
Scottish National Gallery
Hawthornden Lecture Theatre
Edinburgh EH2 2EL
9.6.22 - Dennis Bovell to DJ for Steve McQueen's 'Sunshine State'
Tomorrow, Friday 10 June, Britain’s “reggae maestro” Dennis Bovell will play a DJ set as part of the public programme for Steve McQueen’s current exhibition at Hangar Bicocca, Sunshine State.
The public programme continues on Sunday 12 June with the first Italian screening of Small Axe, McQueen’s award-winning anthology of films inspired by London’s West Indian communities of the 1960s to 1980s.
Friday 10 June 2022, 9pm
Dennis Bovell DJ set
Via Chiese 2
Sunday 12, and 18, 19, 25, 26 June
Small Axe (2020)
With an introduction by Steve McQueen and international guests on Sunday 12 June
Largo Isarco, 2
Sunshine State is curated by Vicente Todolí, and is on view at Pirelli HangarBicocca until 31 July 2022
26.5.22 - Thomas Dane Gallery supports GCC's new campaign
Thomas Dane Gallery is joining the Gallery Climate Coalition in taking Climate Action by pledging our support for the Sustainable Shipping Campaign: a collective action to accelerate the art sector’s transition to environmentally responsible freight operations.
After two years of research and data collection in collaboration with representatives of all components from the sector and environmental advisors, the Campaign has been launched this week with four Sector-wide Targets that aim to accelerate the art sector’s transition to environmentally responsible freight operations.
1.6.22 - Jubilee Bank Holiday opening times
Thomas Dane Gallery closes for the Jubilee bank holiday weekend today at 6pm.
11 Duke Street will open again on Monday 6 June at 6pm for the private view of Catherine Opie, ‘To What We Think We Remember’.
3 Duke Street St James’s reopens on Tuesday 7 June at 11am and is showing Amie Siegel’s ‘Bloodlines’ (2022).
On 11 June, Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples will reopen with Jimmy Robert, ‘Frammenti’.
11.5.22 - Cecily Brown at Capodimonte extended
The closing date for Cecily Brown, ‘The Triumph of Death’ at Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte has been extended until 30 September 2022.
Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte
Via Miano 2
6.5.22 - Steve McQueen in conversation with Paul Gilroy, Gary Younge and Maria Balshaw
On 22 June Steve McQueen will be in conversation with social theorist Paul Gilroy, writer Gary Younge and Tate Director Maria Balshaw, discussing McQueen’s recent publication, Year 3.
The book documents McQueen’s ambitious project of the same name, which used the medium of the traditional school class photograph to capture tens of thousands of London school children from a single academic year, displayed at Tate Britain and on billboards around London, as a way of exploring a range of ideas around citizenship and representation.
The talk is part of The Guardian Live series.
22 June 2022, 8-9pm