Martin Creed at Gavin Brown, New York

Gavin Brown’s enterprise and Hauser & Wirth are proud to announce a major solo exhibition by noted Scottish artist and musician Martin Creed. Martin Creed will encompass the galleries’ venues downtown (Gavin Brown’s enterprise) and uptown (Hauser & Wirth), presenting new works as well as examples representing all three decades of the artist’s career to

Daido Moriyama at Galleri Riis, Stockholm

Galleri Riis is proud to present the second exhibition in our Stockholm gallery with the influential Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama (b. 1938 in Osaka). The exhibition consists of 30 large analogue silver gelatin photographs presented as one work from the series Hokkaido from the 1970’s and 20 smaller new prints of classic motifs selected by

Tom Burr at Bortolami, New York

Bortolami is pleased to present “Dressage”, six contingent sculptures that together form a parallel to the six levels of training of Classical Dressage. These stages are loosely translated from German as Rhythm and Regularity; Relaxation and Suppleness; Contact; Impulsion; Straightness; Collection. Dressage continues Burr’s overarching interest in structures and performances that control, discipline and contain

Philippe Parreno at Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Philippe Parreno, one of the most original figures of the international art world, has radically transformed the monumental space of the Palais de Tokyo. In response to its carte blancheinvitation, Parreno has devised an exhibition driven by his dialogue with architecture and with the notion of the exhibition as a medium in its own right. ANYWHERE,

Michael Beutler at Nagel Draxler, Berlin

Press release: The invention of his own artistic “manufacturing” marks the starting point of Michael Beutler’s working process. He constructs complex machines out of simple materials that produce roughly standardized elements serving as parts for his sculptures and installations. In his works the input of labour becomes visible as a form of constructive, unalienated human

“bald eagle” at Sammlung Haubrok, Berlin

This exhibition focuses on political artworks of the haubrok collection and forms a certain antithesis to the exhibition series “painting forever” of the Berlin Art Week. The title providing “bald eagle” (= american eagle) is a small painting by rodney mcmilllian which depicts a dead canary. In addition, there are works of, inter alia, Christopher Büchel,

Keith Arnatt at Sprüth Magers, Berlin

Press release:  Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers are pleased to present an exhibition of work by British artist Keith Arnatt (1930 – 2008) in Berlin, which will be the artist’s first solo presentation with Sprüth Magers. The exhibition will showcase photographs from the artist’s series Notes from Jo (1991 – 1995), in which Arnatt photographed

Wyatt Kahn at T293, Rome

Wyatt Kahn creates his works by assembling a series of individual panels, different in dimension, size, and shape, juxtaposed to create the illusion of a two-dimensional linear composition. Throughout all of his work, he uses different art devices to create a dichotomy between flatness and the illusion of depth. Informed by traditional painting techniques developed

David Adamo at UNTITLED, New York

UNTITLED feels at home in presenting an exhibition of a new body of work by David Adamo, his second at the gallery. For this exhibition Adamo has taken something enormous made by something small and translated it into something small made by a person—the termite mound. Termite mounds readily concede their ‘sculptured’ organic appearance and

Mungo Thomson at Frank Elbaz, Paris

Galerie frank elbaz is pleased to announce the first exhibition at the gallery by Los Angeles artist Mungo Thomson. Thomson’s work in various media (film, sound, sculpture, publications, and photographic wall murals) explores backgrounds, negative space and atmospherics–whether material and phenomenological or social and historical. His artworks approach perception and cultural mediation with economy and