Aria Dean. Photo: Molly Matalon

In Response: Aria Dean on 'Roni Horn'

  • Sat 1 June 2024
  • 2 pm

On the occasion of the exhibition 'Roni Horn’, please join us for a walkthrough and conversation with artist Aria Dean and Curatorial Director Alexis Lowry.  

Hauser & Wirth presents new works by Roni Horn at the gallery’s Wooster Street location in New York City. Renowned for a practice that combines conceptual rigor with an exquisite visual sensuality, Horn presents her latest series of works on paper and never before exhibited cast-glass sculptures. Highlighting her enduring exploration of identity, meaning and perception, these works continue to reveal Horn’s deeply conscientious engagement in humanity’s relationship to the natural world. 

This event is free. However, due to limited space, reservations are required.  
Click here to register. 

About Aria Dean 
Aria Dean (b. 1993, Los Angeles, CA) is an artist, writer, and filmmaker based in New York City whose work across the moving image, writing, sculpture, and installation mounts a critique of representational systems, examining the structures of individual and collective subjectivity in relation to aesthetics, cultural histories, and technology. She has exhibited widely in the U.S. and internationally; recent exhibitions include Aria Dean: Abattoir at ICA London (2024), Figuer Sucia at Greene Naftali, New York (2023), Abattoir, U.S.A! At the Renaissance Society, Chicago (2023); Quiet as It’s Kept: Whitney Biennial 2022 at The Whitney Museum, New York (2022).  Her first book of collected writing is out via Sternberg Press.