JONAS WOOD: PLANTS AND ANIMALS
Join us on Thursday, June 8 from 4 – 6 PM at our LA gallery to celebrate the release of Jonas Wood: Plants and Animals, a striking new catalogue that details Wood’s artmaking process leading up to his 2022 eponymous exhibition. The artist will be signing copies of the book, available now in our shop or for purchase at the event. The catalogue features full-color plates, process imagery, reference materials, and a text by Wood.
THE ROOF GARDEN COMMISSION: LAUREN HALSEY
Lauren Halsey's site-specific installation for The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden is on view through October 22. In a prominent review by Holland Cotter in The New York Times, Cotter describes Halsey’s monumental installation as "one of the best in the Met’s 10-year series of annual Roof Garden commissions." Read the review here, and plan a visit to experience the installation here.
SHAHRYAR NASHAT AND BRUCE HAINLEY AT THE RENAISSANCE SOCIETY
Shahryar Nashat and Bruce Hainley present an exhibition project on view through July 2 at The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. Plan a visit and learn more here.
SHARA HUGHES AT KUNSTEN MUSEUM OF MODERN ART AALBORG
Right This Way, a solo exhibition by Shara Hughes, is on view from May 4 through September 17 at Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg, Denmark. The exhibition consists mainly of new works, including works on paper, as well as large-scale paintings inspired by the Nordic landscape and light. Plan a visit and learn more here.
TOM OF FINLAND AT MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART KIASMA
On view April 28 – October 29, 2023, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Finland, Bold Journey, a solo exhibition showcasing the life and work of Tom of Finland, spans the entire six-decade career of the influential artist. Plan a visit and learn more here.
ANDREA BÜTTNER AT KUNSTMUSEUM BASEL
The Heart of Relations, Andrea Büttner's solo exhibition at Kunstmuseum Basel in Switzerland, is on view April 22 through October 1, 2023. In the early 2000s, Büttner first began creating images in a range of media on complex subjects such as employment, poverty, shame, and forms of coexistence, as well as societal influences issuing from systems of belief, whether of religious or secular origin. Learn more here.
LESLEY VANCE AT COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART
always circled whirling, Lesley Vance's solo museum exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art, is on view April 21 through September 3, 2023. With quick gestures and hard contours, the Los Angeles-based artist creates swirling, interwoven forms that both delight and disorient the eye. Sometimes these spatial conundrums begin with something real in the world: an arrangement of objects, a glazed ceramic surface, or even another painting. Learn more here.
CHASE HALL AT SCAD MUSEUM OF ART
The Close of Day, Chase Hall’s first solo museum exhibition, is on view at the SCAD Museum of Art from February 28 through August 21. Featuring new paintings and a dynamic installation, the exhibition addresses a range of issues, from the complexities of race and labor to the weighty histories of coffee, cotton, and other commodities, as well as personal meditations on the artist’s own place in society and history. Learn more here.