Helwaser Gallery is pleased to announce Christina Kruse: Base and Balance, a solo exhibition by New York-based artist Christina Kruse (b. 1976, Germany) presenting the artist’s newest body of sculptural work completed over the last two years. This new direction builds on her previous body of photographic and collage works, introducing a spatial dimension to her practice. Drawing connections between geometric and organic forms, Kruse’s artistic practice thrives on the notion of construction, bringing together multiple materials into cohesive abstract forms. The show will be on view from May 30–July 25, 2019, with an opening reception on Thursday, May 30, 2019. The exhibition coincides with the 100th year anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus, and is also accompanied by a catalogue, with the foreword written by Glenn Adamson and essays by Joerg Trempler and John Zinsser.
Helwaser Gallery, New York
May 30 - Jul 25, 2019
Magenta Plains is pleased to present Im Grunde ist es die Wahrheit / Essentially it's the truth, a four person exhibition with paintings by Sophie von Hellermann, David Ostrowski, Gerda Scheepers, and Mark van Yetter.
Magenta Plains, New York
May 19 - Jun 23, 2019
Galerie du Monde is pleased to present “Cheung Yee – The Early Years”, a solo exhibition of pioneering sculptor Cheung Yee, featuring his most iconic paper castings, bronze relief, wood, stone and bronze sculptures made from the 1960s to the 1990s. As one of the founding members of the Circle Art Group and one of the first generation sculptors from Hong Kong, Cheung possesses a strong personal style with a unique vocabulary, employing the framework of Modern Western art to contain traditional Chinese aesthetics and ancient cultural elements. Featuring over 20 works, the exhibition covers the first four decades of Cheung’s artistic career, from the experimentation with materials and modeling, to creating his iconic crab sculptures, ultimately providing a comprehensive understanding of Cheung Yee’s art.
Galerie du Monde, Hong Kong
Apr 26 - May 21, 2019
Rock, Paper, Scissors is a group show presented in partnership with The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA). Featuring the work of C24 resident artist Seçkin Pirim along with EFA member artists Dana Levy, Cheryl Molnar and Suzanne Song, curator David C. Terry has gathered a collection that offers a multi-faceted investigation of materiality as a tool of expression, through the mediums of stone, paper and the technological processes that illuminate and transform them. This exhibition represents the launch of a series of partnerships between C24 Gallery and non-profit arts organizations, with the goal of elevating creative voices that have been traditionally marginalized or underrepresented.
C24 Gallery, New York
May 09 - Jun 29, 2019
PIBI GALLERY presents the solo exhibition of An Gyungsu, A Loud Night, from May 9th to June 22nd, 2019. An, an artist who has been focusing on things we often miss or are not willing to see, comes to us with a more intricate theme and perspective with attempt of approaching a new artistic turning point. If until now his paintings have been about going back and forth between “membranes and landscapes,” and about making observations of and recording his surroundings, his new works are about showing us an artist who is concentrating on the act of painting itself, the long, mindful gaze of the canvas, and his attitude towards it.
PIBI GALLERY, Seoul
May 09 - Jun 29, 2019
Kasmin is pleased to announce the US representation of internationally acclaimed designer Jasper Morrison. Morrison’s first solo gallery exhibition in North America, Corks, will go on view at Kasmin’s 297 Tenth Avenue space between May 9 - June 29, 2019.
Kasmin Gallery, New York
May 09 - Jun 29, 2019
9 internationally acclaimed contemporary artists’ group exhibition, The Contemporary Art Stage I: The Essence of the Age will be held at the The Page Gallery from April 11th to June 12th. This is the first exhibition of the gallery’s trilogy project for the contemporary art, and the artworks of 9 artists from the UK, the United States, South Korea, Switzerland, Germany and China will be featured.
The Page Gallery, Seoul
Apr 11 - Jun 12, 2019
The East End Culture Club presents Materials and Geometries including works by artists from around the world. The artists are from Singapore, Colombia, Puerto Rico, the UK, New York City, and the East End of Long Island. Each artist utilizes different materials and techniques yet there is a strong connection among the works. Darlene Charneco uses nails, resin and wood to create her beautiful assemblages whereas Ricardo Arango practices welding to build up his intricate surfaces. Seren Morey works with personally pioneered ultralight and pigment dispersions to realize her rich textures while LeRone Wilson works beeswax and natural pigment like a scientist and sculptor. Lionel Cruet pieces together images using a digital transfer and copy process whereas Matt Moser-Clark attaches lead and paper in an elegant three-dimensional presentation. Maureen Hoon's use of vibrant acrylic colors and sewing into the canvas really makes for a strong dialogue with the other works. All of the works speak with each other.
East End Culture Club, Southampton
May 20 - Jun 24, 2019
Peter Blum Gallery is pleased to announce 20/20, a group exhibition that brings together individual works by 12 artists working in painting and video, spanning from 1969-2019. The show will be on view at 176 Grand Street, New York, with an opening reception on Friday, May 31 from 6-8 pm. The exhibition runs through July 31.
Peter Blum Gallery, New York
May 31 - Jul 31, 2019