GUIDE | from September 12 to January 14

We are starting a new section of announcements of exhibitions and events from the world of art, which in our opinion are worthy of attention. Every week we will try to select the best events and authors. We are sure this guide will be useful for you.

 

New York

 

1. The exhibition of Annie Lapin’s new works at the Miles McEnery Gallery will run from October 11 to November 10.

 

“In this new series, however, Lapin delves further into questions about accident, history and intention in its relationship to meaning. Between spontaneity, chance and deliberation, her surreal pictures emerge with an unnerving clarity that belies the tumult of their creation”.

 

More: milesmcenery.com/artists/annie-lapin/featured-works?view=thumbnails

 

2. An opportunity to visit the exhibition Paul Mogensen in Karma NY until November 7. We fully agree with the press release, which describes the paintings in this way – “…expansive and generous experiences of light, color and form”.

 

More: karmakarma.org/exhibitions/paul-mogensen

 

Paris

 

1.

“The exhibition at the Fondation Louis Vuitton throws the spotlight on Jean-Michel Basquiat and Egon Schiele, two young prodigies who died at an early age and who despite their fleeting career left their mark on the art world. Two different circuits to discover their respective careers –  the Vienna of 1900 for Egon Schiele, the New York City of the 1980s for Jean-Michel Basquiat -, and grasp the force that drove these two artists and the intensity emanating from their creations.” – Paris Visitors Bureau said. This is definitely not to be missed.

 

The exhibition is open until January 14, 2019.

 

More: eu.louisvuitton.com/eng-e1/articles/egon-schiele-jean-michel-basquiat-at-fondation-louis-vuitton

 

Berlin

 

1. Herbert Zangs, Less is More. September 24 – November 17.

Blain|Southern Gallary presents an exhibition of works by Herbert Zangs (1924-2003). Less is More brings together key pieces from Zangs’ signature bodies of work made between 1952-78, such as PlusMinus, Whitenings, Folding Reliefs and Structural-Arithmetical works.

 

More: blainsouthern.com/exhibitions/less-is-more

 

2. The exhibition of sculptures and paintings by Gary Hume will run until November 9.

Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers present an installation of entirely new works by Gary Hume, thirteen brightly hued sculptures and four large paintings on paper that present the viewer with immediate colour and curves.

 

More: spruethmagers.com/exhibitions/477

 

London

 

1. A third solo exhibition by Billy Apple will run at The Mayor Gallery from 12 September – 2 November 2018. This follows on from the 2010 and 2013 exhibitions; Billy Apple®: British and American Works 1960 – 1969 and Billy Apple®: New York 1970 – 75 where his jaunty pop art painted bronzes, offset photo-lithography, xerography and neon works, which challenged the prevailing ideas and material traditions of 1960s fine arts, were reintroduced to London; the next exhibition documented his shift to a thoroughly de-materialized art practice presented variously in a series of aesthetically cleansing art-life and site-specific subtractions and eliminations.

 

More: mayorgallery.com/exhibitions/532/overview

 

2.

“The moving moment when I went to the Universe, a major exhibition of new works by Yayoi Kusama, takes place across the Wharf Road galleries and waterside garden. The exhibition features new paintings, including works from the iconic My Eternal Soul series, painted bronze pumpkin and flower sculptures, and a large-scale Infinity Mirrored Room, created for this presentation, Kusama’s twelfth exhibition at the gallery.

 

All tickets are sold now, but we advise you to follow the updates by the link – kusamatickets.victoria-miro.com. Open until December 21.

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