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25 April 2024

Julie Mehretu: Ensemble, Palazzo Grassi

Presented at Palazzo Grassi 'Ensemble' is the largest exhibition of Julie Mehretu's work to date in Europe, bringing together over fifty works. The exhibition is punctuated by the works of some of her closest artist friends, including Nairy Baghramian, Huma Bhabha, Tacita Dean and David Hammons, who she has collaborated and developed a powerful affinity with. Conceived as a non-chronological journey through Mehretu’s work, the show explores her artistic practice, to understand both how it came into being and how it constantly evolves.

25 April 2024

Pierre Huyghe: Liminal, Punta della Dogana

Pierre Huyghe transforms Punta della Dogana with his new exhibition 'Liminial' into a dynamic, sensitive milieu. The exhibition is a transitory state inhabited by human and non-human creatures that are constantly learning, changing, and hybridizing. Their memories are expanding with information captured from events, both perceptible and imperceptible. For Huyghe, the exhibition is an unpredictable ritual, where new possibilities are generated and coexist, without hierarchy or determinism.

28 March 2024

Double Vision: The Unerring Eye of Art World Avatars Dominique and John de Menil

William Middleton's ‘Double Vision’ is a scrupulously detailed biography of the celebrated collectors Dominique and John de Menil and a must read. The book chronicles the Menil's many cultural achievements and argues for their inspiring belief in the necessity of art for the common good and the crucial role that patrons play in shaping the art world.

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6 March 2024

Architectural Digest offers an intimate glimpse inside the home of an Athens collection curated by Emily Tsingou.

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28 February 2024

The Time is Always Now: Artists Reframe the Black Figure, National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery traces the Black figure throughout portraiture with its spring exhibition, ‘The Time is Always Now: Artists Refframe the Black Figure’. Curator Ekow Eshun unites works from 22 African diasporic artists, including Michael Armitage, Lubaina Himid, Kerry James Marshall, Toyin Ojih Odutola and Amy Sherald to highlight the use of figures to illuminate the richness and complexity of Black life and survey the presence of the Black figure in Western art history – socially, psychologically and culturally.

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28 February 2024

Frank Auerbach: The Charcoal Heads, The Courtauld Gallery

The Courtauld Gallery brings together a series of hauntingly beautiful, large-scale drawings by Frank Auerbach in their exhibition ‘Frank Auerbach. The Charcoal Heads’. The works were made in the 1950s and ’60s, when Auerbach produced a series of large-scale porrtraits of friends and relatives, including serial sitters Stella West and Gerda Boehm, rendered almost exclusively in obsessively worked black and white strokes, with only sparing touches of coloured chalk giving the portraits a raw, vital power.

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8 February 2024

Wallpaper goes inside an Athens residence containing an extensive contemporary African and African American art collection, curated by Emily Tsingou.

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1 February 2024

Gerhard Richter. David Zwirner, London.

David Zwirner presents an exhibition of new and recent work by renowned German artist Gerhard Richter in London, following the artist’s recent debut at David Zwirner in New York in spring of 2023. The considered exhibition expands upon Richter’s sustained inquiry into the fixity of perception and reaffirms his unwavering commitment to the formal and conceptual possibilities of abstraction.

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1 February 2024

Barbara Kruger: Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You. Serpentine Gallery.

Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You. at Serpentine South is Kruger’s first solo institutional show in London in over twenty years. The exhibition features installations alongside moving image works and multiple soundscapes and hosts the UK premiere of Untitled (No Comment) (2020). This immersive three-channel video installation explores contemporary modes of creating and consuming content online. 

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30 November 2023

Dana Schutz: Jupiter's Lottery, David Zwirner New York

David Zwirner presents new large-scale paintings and sculptures by Dana Schutz in 'Jupiter's Lottery' at 525 and 533 West 19th Street in New York. The exhibition, painted wet-on-wet, is ambitious in scale and complexity, depicting allegorical scenes in which often grotesque characters negotiate the human predicament. Likewise, the sculptures modeled in clay before being cast in bronze, give three-dimensional, gestural form to Schutz's imagined characters and scenes.

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