Louise Bourgeois: The Eternal Thread is the first large-scale museum exhibition in China of work by Louise Bourgeois. The show offers a focussed survey of major works from the artist’s entire career, including Personage sculptures from the late 1940s, Cell installations from the 1990s, the fabric works of her final decade, and the monumental spider sculpture Maman. The motif of the uncut thread references the prominence of fabric and sewing in the last fifteen years of Bourgeois’s life. The exhibition will travel to Song Art Museum in March 2019.
Tal R: THE MINUTE is now on view at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia. This will be the first time the artist's work has been shown in Philadelphia and includes important recent work. On Friday, Nov 9 5:30 PM Tal will be in conversation with Sid Sachs, Director. Through November 16.
"Ghada Amer: Ceramics, Knots, Thoughts, Scraps" opens at Dallas Contemporary on September 30. This will be the first comprehensive exhibition of Amer's work in ceramics. On view through December 17.
The artist will be in conversation with curator Justine Ludwig at 1:00 PM on September 22.
Sean Scully: Landline is on view at the Hirshhorn Museum through February 3. Curated by Stéphane Aquin, the exhibition focuses on Scully's exploration of sublime elemental relationships through a variety of media.
“I think of land, sea, sky. And they always make a massive connection. I try to paint this, this sense of the elemental coming together of land and sea, sky and land…stacked in horizon lines endlessly beginning and ending…” – Sean Scully
The exhibition will travel to the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford in Spring 2019.
The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation will open with the inaugural exhibition "Milton Resnick Paintings 1937-1987."
Summer preview hours: September 13 and 14, 11am-6pm
Opening celebrations: September 15 and 16, 2018
Wednesdays by appointment
Baur au Lac, Talstrasse 1, Zürich
June 11–August 3, 2018
An exhibition of recent large-scale bronze works by Donald Baechler ranging from 2003 to the present, curated by Gigi Kracht.
On June 2, the exhibition Dark Continent will open at Centre de Création Contemporaine Olivier Debré in Tours, France. The title, Dark Continent, is a reference to Sigmund Freud, in The Question of Lay Analysis writes: "The sexual life of adult women is a dark continent for psychology." This will be Amer's first solo museum exhibition in France since 2000 and will include painting, sculpture and a garden installation. Curated by Elodie Stroecken and on view through November 4.
In September, Dallas Contemporary will present the first comprehensive exhibition of Amer's ceramic works. Curated by Justine Ludwig.
A new monumental work by Lynda Benglis, titled Face Off! will be on view at Kistefos-Museet starting May 27th. Benglis has said, “I always … question how I can push [materials] further … how far can I go with the illusion of the material? … It’s a matter of creating an image that moves.”