Lehmann Maupin is pleased to present Balance Fountain, New York-based multidisciplinary artist Nari Ward’s first solo exhibition in London. The exhibition precedes a major European museum exhibition to be announced in the coming months.
Each of the artists in this exhibition takes a process-driven approach. Whether it’s yarn on canvas inspired by African culture or fibres teased from handmade Japanese paper forming dimensional lace-like constructions, the materiality of the work is immediately apparent.
This exhibition is about close looking and reading. Six artists and writers of different backgrounds have been specially commissioned to write responses to six works from the David and Indrė Roberts Collection, with texts that span from poetry to storytelling.
Culture& is delighted to announce an exhibition curated in collaboration with Pacheanne Anderson, Culture&’s associate curator-writer, consultant and gallerist who produces arts and cultural events that prioritise the careers of low-income, Queer, Trans*, Black & POC Artists.
Sculptor, Robyn Neild, in an exciting exhibition, celebrates the dominance of two iconic designers Elsa Schiaparelli and Coco Chanel from their early rivalry to their legacy today. 40 unique bronzes of celebrated designs from 1926 to the present day will be exhibited within the installation.
Plinth invited members of the Royal Society of Sculptors to submit work on the theme of 'Samples', where everyday objects and materials are thrown into fresh light. Samples could mean anything from the musical to the geological, the unfinished to the interdisciplinary.
Following the incredibly successful ‘part one’, a sell-out show which included an acquisition by Maastricht’s Bonnefanten Museum, Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood return to TIN MAN ART with a series of all-new works for ‘The Crow Flies: part two’.
Lehmann Maupin presents SpaceRace, an exhibition curated by Dexter Wimberly, that gathers five artists whose work is informed by a masterful understanding of pattern, materiality, and symbology: Leonardo Benzant, McArthur Binion, Alteronce Gumby, Nicholas Hlobo, and Brittney Leeanne Williams.
Taymour Grahne Projects is pleased to present a solo show by London based artist Luey Graves. Accompanying the exhibition is a text by Brighid Lowe, Associate Professor of Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art, London.
Accompanying Adam de Boer's second solo show with Taymour Grahne Projects is a text by Daniel Owen, a poet, translator, and PhD student in UC Berkeley's Dept. of South & Southeast Asian Studies. His research focuses on Indonesian poetry and social change from the 1980s to the present.
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