Since the late 1910s, artworks that explore the aesthetic potential of a single color or narrow spectrum of tones have emerged from a diverse range of artistic practices. This focused selection of monochrome works reveals how an apparently simple formal device served for many artists as the point of departure for a complex re-evaluation of painting and sculpture.
On view at Columna 01, a satellite of the Lyon Biennial, are works by Tilman.
The exhibition will emphasize the articulation and shift between concretist and neo-concretist art.
The work of Cordy Ryman takes to task the investigation of geometries free from rigorous ordering. His abstract reliefs - elevating commonplace materials such as wood, spray paint, glue, Velcro and staples - exist in the conceptual interstice of painting and sculpture.
Color on Color marks the inaugural exhibition of the collaboration of The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Buenos Aires (MACBA). This exhibition will include works by Ilya Bolotowsky, Alexander Liberman, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Joel Stein, among many others.
Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is pleased to announce The Eyes, Sometimes, the first solo exhibition by Karina Peisajovich in the United States. With a diversity of media such as installation, drawing, photography and painting, the Argentinean artist decodes the machinery behind representation, focusing on the idea of light, darkness and color as the grounding substance giving shape to the world of images.
Galerie Winiarzyk presents an exhibition of the work of Clemens Hollerer in Vienna, Austria.
Roth’s paintings are reductive objects and talismans of contemporary culture. Though geometric in appearance, the paintings reference such diverse sources as product and package design, masks, nature, architecture or contours of the body. The saturated color palette is painted in either Flashe or acrylic.
Krause Gallery presents a two-person exhibition: David E. Peterson: Puzzles; and Noah Scalin: Skull-a-day.
Acquavella Galleries is pleased to announce Georges Braque: Pioneer of Modernism, a retrospective of seminal paintings curated by Dieter Buchhart. The exhibition will include over forty major paintings and papiers collés by the artist, all on loan from prestigious international public and private collections.
An exhibition focusing on the year 1941, a seminal moment in Alexander Calder’s career and the apotheosis of a decade of experimentation following his invention of the mobile in 1931.
Ellsworth Kelly is among the most important protagonists of colour field painting. His paintings, in large format for the most part and consisting usually of several panels, are an impressive interplay of form, colour and space.
More than any other preceding it, the current generation has been bombarded with an informational and visual offensive that arguably renders the subject near incapacitation. The ennui of a previous era seems relatively innocent against the backdrop of today's psychic cannibalism.
Menno Derk Doornbos & Piet Hein Eek present and exhibition of the work of Donald Judd and Jan van der Ploeg. The installation will feature five works by Judd set on floor and wall murals by Jan van der Ploeg.
Gallery Sonja Roesch is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of work on paper by Gilbert Hsiao. Hsiao has been exploring the mechanics of visual perception since the 1980s.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to present Anne Truitt: Works from the Estate, an exhibition conceived in collaboration with The Estate of Anne Truitt and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York. This is the first solo presentation of Anne Truitt's work to be held in Europe and brings together a rare selection of sculptures and paintings by this important, mid-twentieth century, American artist.
PS Project Space in Amsterdam presents an exhibition of recent work by artist Piet Dieleman.
November 5 - December 17, 2011
MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce the exhibition Gabriele Evertz: Rapture. This is the Brooklyn-based color painter’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and it will feature a suite of new acrylic on canvas paintings conceived around the color gray.
Byron Kim, Untitled (for J.B.), 2010 Acrylic on canvas 90 x 72 inches James Cohan Gallery is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Brooklyn-based artist Byron Kim’s recent work—a series of large-scale paintings inspired by the sky at night in the city. The exhibition opens on Friday, November 4th and runs through Saturday, December 22nd. Byron Kim: Dark, a 56-page hard-cover catalog including 15 color plates of the new work along with essays by […]
The Mayor Gallery in London presents an exhibition of work by Dadamaino.