Charlotte Posenenske at Galerie Nelson-Freeman, Paris

The Galerie Nelson-Freeman is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Charlotte Posenenske (1930 – 1985).Charlotte Posenenske was born in Wiesbaden (Germany) in 1930. One of the most important artists of her generation, she developed a minimalist sculptural production based on industrial manufacturing (modeling, standardization, mass-production).  Aesthetically, Posenenske’s work relates to European Minimalism yet,

Lee Ufan at The Guggenheim Museum, New York

(NEW YORK, NY – June 23, 2011)—The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity, the first North American museum retrospective devoted to the artist-philosopher Lee Ufan (surname: Lee, given name: Ufan), a preeminent sculptor, painter, and writer active in Korea, Japan, and Europe over the last forty years. The exhibition positions Lee as a

Jamie Isenstein at Meyer Riegger, Karlsruhe

We are pleased to present new work by the American artist Jamie Isenstein at her second solo show in our Karlsruhe gallery space. Jamie Isenstein uses the media installation, performance, sculpture and drawing, often conjoining them through the mere inclusion of her body or the execution of an action. The artist formulates a surreal condition

John Baldessari at Mai 36, Zurich

We are pleased to announce our next exhibition presenting a new body of work by John Baldessari. The artist lives and works in Santa Monica, California. One of the world’s most important icons of conceptual art, Baldessari is celebrating his eightieth birthday with this exhibition. His work has influenced generations of artists, including Cindy Sherman,

Hilary Lloyd at Artists Space, New York

Artists Space presents the first solo exhibition in the United States by British artist Hilary Lloyd. The exhibition will feature new work developed by Lloyd in direct relation to the architecture of Artists Space. Hilary Lloyd’s work is predominantly realized through the presentation of sequential images, either within video or slide installations. This work is

Stephen Prina at Secession, Vienna

The work of American artist, musician, and composer Stephen Prina is characterized by his appropriation of works by other artists, which he then places in new contexts. This is also the approach taken in his new project As He Remembered It, developed specially for the Hauptraum at the Secession, and in the four new works in

Franz Erhard Walther at Kunstmuseum Luzern

With the 1975 installation Gesang der Schreitsockel, Museum of Art Lucerne was able to acquire a major work by the German artist Franz Erhard Walther from his 1992 solo exhibition in the old Kunsthaus. The 55 individual pieces that can be arranged into different-shaped tracks are matched with a 70-part series of working drawings. Together

Ai Weiwei at Neugerriemschneider, Berlin

Press release: On April 3rd, Ai Weiwei was detained by Chinese authorities in Beijing. All demands made to the Chinese government regarding his right to a transparent and fair legal process have thus far been ignored. We are very concerned about the well-being of Ai Weiwei, as well as that of his family, staff, and friends. Yet,

Michail Pirgelis at Sprüth Magers, London

Sprüth Magers London is pleased to present ‘Los Angeles’ featuring new work by the German-born, Greek artist Michail Pirgelis in his first solo exhibition in the U.K. A graduate of the prestigious Düsseldorf Academy and former Master student of Rosemarie Trockel, Pirgelis’ artistic practice explores the sculptural possibilities of decommissioned airplane parts. Since 2003, Pirgelis

Andreas Zybach at König Gallery, Berlin

Press release: Johann König, Berlin is pleased to announce its fourth solo exhibition of Andreas Zybach. Zybach is presenting new sculptures and drawings. The electronically controlled sculptures consist of compressors, pipes, valves, metal colored tubes, and balloons. The objects, formally resembling trees, are systems that remove the air from the room in order to compress

Lynda Benglis at New Museum, New York

Over the past forty years, Lynda Benglis has developed a distinctive and influential sculptural language. Benglis rose to prominence during the 1960s and ’70s, a time when her singular practice both intersected with and transcended the categories of post-Minimalism and feminist art. Benglis’s sculptures suggest a remarkable range of influences, including the gestures of Abstract

Thea Djordjadze at Kiosk, Ghent

KIOSK hosts Quiet speech in wide circulation, Georgian artist Thea Djordjadze’s (Tbilisi, 1971) first ever solo show in Belgium. The exhibition’s title refers to the venue’s original function as an anatomical theatre, where even the slightest whisper resonates throughout the room. The artist has forged flat, lean structures that take over the hemicycle’s floor surface