We are pleased to announce Carl Hammoud’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery: Analysis, Method, Unfold. The exhibition consists of new paintings, drawings and sculptures accompanied by a room displaying a selection of sketches, notes and other references used in conjunction with the works. The exhibition title refers to the structure of learning as well as the artistic practice.
Lora Reynolds is pleased to announce personal, political, mysterious, a group exhibition of work by 14 artists—including Robert Gober, Louise Bourgeois, and Nancy Grossman—working in painting, sculpture, drawing, and photography. This is the second iteration of the exhibition, the first of which was on view at the FLAG Art Foundation (New York) in the summer of 2013.
The recognized Canadian artist Marcel Dzama presents his second exhibition in Galería Helga de Alvear titled A Trickster Made this World. His traditional ink drawings –this time on piano scroll-, paper mache buffoons heads, colourful puppets and his new piece of videoart Une Danse Des Bouffons (2013) construct the exhibition. A Trickster made this world takes its title from the famous book of Lewis Hyde, who brings to life the playful and disruptive side of human imagination as it is embodied in trickster mythology.
From Press Release (Swedish only):
I grupputställningen ”Om Böcker” är det boken som objekt som står i centrum och är utgångspunkt för konstverkens tillkomst. Här möter vi samtida konstnärer och i deras arbeten kan vi se hur boken intar nya oväntade gestaltningar och belyser något fundamentalt i våra dagliga liv.
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to present the exhibition The Basement Drawings by Sara-Vide Ericson in The Inner Room of the Gallery. The Basement Drawings presents a new series of smaller paintings on paper. The exhibition coincides with the release of the book Sara-Vide Ericson published by Swedish publisher Orosdi-Back with an essay by Swedish art critic Milou Allerholm.
From Press Release:
The Kravets/Wehby Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Stacks on Deck a two-person exhibition featuring the work of Nina Chanel Abney and Charlie Roberts. The two artists collaborate towards dedicating the influence of their most recent paintings to their shared taste in rap and hip hop.