Gallery Wendi Norris welcomes Director Fernanda Partida Ochoa

Gallery Wendi Norris welcomes Fernanda Partida Ochoa (b. Guadalajara, Mexico) as our new Director of Contemporary Art. As Director, she will act as the primary liaison between artist studios and the gallery team. Fernanda brings to the position 15+ years of professional experience as a researcher, curator, and arts organizer, as well as a fluency…

Hady Boraey’s Eden Dance at Fann Á Porter

Fann Á Porter, The Workshop Dubai is pleased to share with you the exhibition catalogue of Eden Dance by Egyptian painter Hady Boraey, opening on Wednesday 26 January to 28 February. Hady Boraey is an independent visual artist as well as a lecturer for the Fine Arts department at Alexandria University. Boraey has amassed a…

GIDEON RUBIN’s Red Boys and Green Girls at Hosfelt Gallery

Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco) presents Red Boys and Green Girls a solo exhibition by Gideon Rubin from January 27 to February 19. The paintings in Gideon Rubin’s seventh solo exhibition at Hosfelt Gallery reflect the zeitgeist of our COVID-defined world.  Solitary figures, frequently turned away from the viewer, stand immobilized or move dreamily in blurry,…

Gisela McDaniel’s Manhaga Fu’una

Pilar Corris Gallery presents Gisela McDaniel solo exhibition “Manhaga Fu’una” from January 27 to February 26. Within the context of traditional Western (Colonial) art history, the relationship between the femme bodied sitter and the artist is one predicated on a hierarchical binary interaction: voyeur and object of desire; maker and object; author and subject. This…

wOnderlust By Oda Jaune At Templon Gallery

After a two-year absence, unconventional artist Oda Jaune is back, offering a Paris transformed by the pandemic wOnderlust, a powerful, dazzling new exhibition centring on a breath-taking 10-metre-long canvas and a life-sized hologram. The canvases, water colours and hologram together map out a fabulous journey, veering between the magical and the monstrous. The show is…

Mother Line By Laurel Nakadate at Tephra ICA

Tephra Institute of Contemporary Art, in partnership with Mason Exhibitions at George Mason University, will present exhibitions of the work of Laurel Nakadate. The exhibitions will be guest curated by Lily Siegel and Donald Russell. From January 22 to May 29, 2022. Laurel Nakadate (American, b. 1975) explores self-representation, identity formation, relationships amongst strangers, and…

RAKFAF Celebrates it’s 10th Anniversary

RAKFAF will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2022 as the new year opens the UAE’s arts calendar. Our theme this year is ‘The Journey,’ and artists will share their interpretations of that theme through the lens of ancestry, migration, national identity and personal growth. Join us at 8:30 p.m. on February 4th at our free…

Eloge de la Ligne A Dialogue Between Safaa Erruas & Katharina Hinsberg

MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch is pleased to present Éloge de la ligne, a dialogue between the singular worlds of Safaa Erruas and Katharina Hinsberg. On View from January 14 to February 26. Their initial sources of inspiration differ but each artist has developed a unique talent for revealing the sculptural potential of paper. Devoid of…

Alexander Gray Associates Announces Representation of Steve Locke

Alexander Gray Associates announces representation of Steve Locke (b.1963). Spanning painting, drawing, sculpture, and installation, Locke’s practice critically engages with the Western canon to muse on the connections between desire, identity, and violence. Alexander Gray Associates will present two exhibitions of the artist’s work in 2022: a Germantown, NY debut in the summer and Locke’s…

Join Carnivals of Clouds at Janet Rady Gallery

Janet Rady Fine Art is pleased to present Carnivals of Clouds, a group exhibition of international artists, featuring Koshiro Akiyama, Iain Andrews, Kerry Louise Bennett, Beatrice Hassell-McCosh, Yann Leto, Alice Macdonald, Lindsey Jean Mclean, Orla Murray, Blessing Ngobeni and Jade van der Mark. On view from January 12 – February 22. As the name of…

Muatasim Alkubaisy First Solo at Ayyam Gallery

Ayyam Gallery is pleased to present to you (t)irony the first solo exhibition featuring Sharjah-based sculptor Muatasim Alkubaisy’s work. From January 12 to March 1 in Dubai. (t)irony features Alkubaisy’s largest body of work yet, composed of a selection of figures, portraying those that have been ruined by power. These non-deserving and corrupt characters utilize…

Fatemeh Bahman Siyahmard’s To Live on Edges at Aaran Gallery

Living in a mega city like Tehran, by itself is an impossible act, a city that swallows soil, water, nature and identities. Thus leaving the citizens confounded and under constant pressure. There are moments where there are no answers to be found, no solutions to the problems and no possible future. It is no longer…

Three Fates Group Exhibition by Wendi Norris

Gallery Wendi Norris is pleased to present Three Fates, featuring works by artists Ambreen Butt, Chitra Ganesh, and Eva Schlegel at Fort Mason Center Pier 2 in San Francisco. Three Fates will be the seventh exhibition in the gallery’s innovative offsite exhibition model. On view from January 13 – January 30, 2022. In ancient cultures…

Broken Year by Valeska Soares at Alexander Gray Associates

Alexander Gray Associates is pleased to announce Broken Year, Valeska Soares’s third one-person presentation with the Gallery. From January 13 to February 26, 2022. Conceived as a broken calendar that marks the artist’s experience of the passage of time, Broken Year is Soares’s response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The work takes the shape of a gallery-wide…

Jennie C. Jones’s DynamicsSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum

From January 28 through April 18, 2022, an exhibition of new and recent works by interdisciplinary artist Jennie C. Jones will be on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Jennie C. Jones: Dynamics will include paintings, works on paper, and a sound installation that responds to the Guggenheim’s iconic architecture by interweaving visual and aural experience.Jennie…

Sharjah Art Foundation is Looking for a Photographer to Win!

Sharjah Art Foundation invites photographers to submit their work for Vantage Point Sharjah 9 (VPS9), the ninth iteration of Sharjah Art Foundation’s annual photography initiative, which aims to foster the development and creativity of photographers, and encourages their engagement with the wider cultural community.  The open call welcomes submissions from both local and international photographers…

Nasr Warour’s 21st SUMMER at XVA

Showcasing various works, including paintings, sculptures and photographs, this curated solo exhibition is a celebration of the 21 years the artist has spent in Dubai. The exhibition is opening June 21 and continues until July 21. Born and raised in Syria, Nasr began his art studies in 1984 as a young schoolboy. With sculpture as…

Gisela McDaniel for Art Basel

Pilar Corrias is delighted to announce its participation in Art Basel OVR: Portals with a solo presentation of new paintings and works on paper by Gisela McDaniel.Gisela (CHarfauros) McDaniel, Familian Capili yan Chunge’, Taotao Tamuning yan Barrigada (b. Bellevue, NE 1995) is a diasporic, indigenous CHamoru artist based in Detroit, Michigan. Her work depicts the…

The Woman of The Small by Mohamed El Kashef

A nudity art project by Egyptian photographer Mohamed El Kashef inspired by Riyad Al-Saleh Al-Hussein (1954-1982) poem titled (A Small & Narrow Room & Nothing Else). This project is a tribute for women who embrace their flaws as well as own their strengths and differences regardless of mainstream fake standards of how a woman should…

LEBANON MODERN : «UNEXPECTED TROVE – THE UNSEEN WORKS OF HUSSEIN MADI»

BEIRUT ART FAIR presents the exhibition «Unexpected Trove—The Unseen Works of Hussein Madi» comprising rare paintings by celebrated Lebanese artist Hussein Madi (b. 1938) which will take place within the framework of the Fair, September 18/22. «Unexpected Trove» showcases an exceptional ensemble of47 paintings,  notably Italian landscapes produced between 1964 and 1970 during the artist’s first years in Rome, was assumed lost for almost forty years,…

Black Rock Senegal‘s Official Selection of Artists for First Year

(Featured Image: Eye to Eye by Sonya Clark) Black Rock Senegal today announced the official selection of artists for the inaugural year of its artist-in-residence program developed by Kehinde Wiley. Between August 2019 and April 2020, Black Rock will host 16 international, multi-disciplinary artists to live and work in Dakar, Senegal, on the Westernmost point of continental…

Carbon 12 Gallery at Chicago Invitational 2019

With a diverse array of artists, Carbon 12 is proud to present works by Amba Sayal-Bennett, Bernhard Buhmann, Amir Khojasteh, Sara Rahbar and Anahita Razmi for the 2019 edition of Chicago Invitational from September 18 to 21, 2019. German-Iranian Anahita Razmi subverts ideals through national, cultural and artistic appropriation of her Iranian cultural heritage, as well as…

Beirut Art Fair Announces Selected Galleries For it’s 10th Edition

BEIRUT ART FAIR is proud to announce the first wave of participating galleries for its 10-year anniversary edition, taking place September 18/22 at the Seaside Arena in the Lebanese capital. The Fair commits to its role of international cultural incubator, in the perspective of discovering emerging artists and rediscovering historical ones. This first selection includes 30 distinguished Lebanese and…

Zineb Sedira’s NOW at the National Galleries of Scotland

NOW Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One), Edinburgh, Scotland | 1 June – 22 September, 2019 Zineb Sedira participates in the fifth installment of the group exhibition NOW, a dynamic three-year programme of exhibitions at the National Galleries of Scotland. Zineb uses photography, film and installations to explore language, memory and history. In NOW, Zineb exhibits a…

Philip Pearlstein’s At 95

Galerie Templon (Paris, France) invites you to Philip Pearlstein’s solo exhibition At 95 from May 25 to July 20, 2019. ‘I meant to create strong aggressive paintings that would compete with the best of abstraction.’ So speaks one of the great masters of American figurative painting, Philip Pearlstein, who is choosing to celebrate his 95th…

Melvin Edwards: Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College

Melvin Edwards Where the Oceans Meet May 25 – September 29, 2019   Alexander Gray Associates is pleased to announce Where the Oceans Meet, which includes Melvin Edwards’ Believe the Memory (1991), Prepaid Logic (1992), and Fin de siècle (2000), at the Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College, Miami, FL. The exhibition is curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela…

Nahid Aryan’s The Wonders of Creation

Etemad Gallery (Tehran, Iran) invites you to the solo exhibition The Wonders of Creation by Nihar Aryan on May 31. The exhibition is running until June 18, 2019. Artist’s Statement:

Open Call to Enjoy Tranquility and Creativity in Ofok Sanctuary

Open call Artist in residence in Ofok Sanctuary by Ward Culture and Art Center in Cairo, Egypt. Duration: 10-14 days from June 10, 2019. There are visits to both Cairo and Alexandria during the residency. Project: Ofok is an agricultural residential community on 600 acres, artists, musicians and many different fields lives in the area….

After a 10 Years Hiatus… Cairo Biennale Returns

After a 10-year hiatus, the Cairo International Biennale of Art returns in its 13th iteration with the theme EYES EAST BOUND and 80 artists participating.Opening ceremony, Monday 10th of June; the exhibition will run until 10 August 2019. Since its inception in 1984, the Cairo Biennale has been considered one of the most important cultural events in…

Luchita Hurtado’s I Live I Die I Will Be Reborn

The Serpentine (London) presents the first UK solo exhibition of works by Luchita Hurtado (b.1920, Maiqueti?a, Venezuela) on May 23 until October 20. The exhibition ‘I LIVE I DIE I WILL BE REBORN’ will trace the trajectory of Hurtado’s expansive, 80-year career and reveal the scale, experimentation and playfulness of her impressive oeuvre. At the…

About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art

Alexander Gray Associates is pleased to annouce Harmony Hammond’s inclusion in About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art at Wrightwood 659, Chicago on May 22 until August 6, 2019. The exhibition is curated by Jonathan David Katz, PhD. About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art takes as its point of departure Allen Ginsberg’s description of the…

Elizabeth Neel’s Nightjars and Allies

Pilar Corrias (London) is pleased to present Nightjars and Allies, the fourth solo exhibition by American artist Elizabeth Neel. The exhibition features new paintings on canvas that continue to foreground Neel’s reflections on our surrounding physical landscape as well as the inner landscape of the mind. Her new large-scale gestural paintings are built up through layers…

Leonora Carrington’s The Story of the Last Egg

Gallery Wendi Noris (New York, USA) invites you to the opening of Leonora Carrington solo exhibition ‘The Story of the Last Egg’ on Thursday, May 23. On view until June 29, 2019. Leonora Carrington: The Story of the Last Egg opens May 23 in New York, marking Gallery Wendi Norris’ third solo show for the artist. The exhibition…

Amir Khosateh’s The Gloomiest Sunset In The World

Carbon 12 (Dubai, UAE) invites you to Amir Khosateh’s The Gloomiest Sunset In The World exhibition. Currently on view until September 1, 2019. It’s a Neo-expressionist trip that Iranian Amir Khojaesteh’s newest series The Gloomiest Sunset in the World takes viewers on—an ominously tinted journey through thick layers of gestural paint strokes that reference Georg Baselitz, Willem…

Double Vision at Leila Heller

Leila Heller is pleased to present the opening of her new show, titled DOUBLE VISION, curated by Jane Holzer. DOUBLE VISION features a collection of artworks by world-renowned and established artists exhibited as juxtapositions to one another in a display of doubles, or paired, works.   Considered, ‘the girl who reigned 1964’ by Tom Wolf when she was…

Shahram Karimi | I Left Myself Somewhere

Etemad Gallery (Tehran, Iran) invites you to the opening of Shahram Karimi solo exhibition on Friday, May 17. The exhibition continues until June 11, 2019. About the Artist Born in 1957, Iran, Shahram Karimi grew up in Shiraz. He is a self made artist who has been successful both in his own country and in the…

Bassam Geitani – “Nature Nature 1991 – 2019”

Bassam Geitani – “Nature Nature 1991 – 2019” at Galerie Janine Rubeiz (Beirut, Lebanon) on Wednesday, May 22. Show continues until June 22, 2019. About the Artist About the artist   Bassam Geitani was born in Lebanon in 1962 where he lives and works, after having lived in Paris for more than a decade. He holds…