John Baldessari at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles

Press Release: Sprüth Magers has exhibited John Baldessari for almost three decades and is pleased to present his second solo show at the Los Angeles gallery. The exhibition features twenty-seven works from Baldessari’s new series of large-scale paintings based on the ubiquitous Emojis. John Baldessari’s name is synonymous with the art scene in his native

Maureen Gallace at MoMA PS1, New York

Press release: For more than 25 years, Maureen Gallace (b. 1960) has painted genre scenes drawn from the American landscape and still life traditions. Her small canvases and panels most commonly depict rural pastorals and coastlines, typically featuring nondescript barns or cottages amid dunes and foliage in settings that evoke holiday cards and vacation snapshots.

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

Etel Adnan at Sfeir-Semler, Beirut

Born in Beirut in 1925, Etel Adnan is a painter and writer, widely recognized as one of the foremost authors, poets and playwrights of her generation in the region. Leaving Lebanon in 1949, she studied literature and philosophy first at the Sorbonne and then at Harvard University in the late 50s. Adnan later settled on