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Charles Gaines
Drawings

St. Moritz

A focused exhibition of work by celebrated conceptual artist Charles Gaines opens in St. Moritz, marking the first presentation in Europe dedicated to Gaines’s drawing practice from the historic Numbers and Trees series. The exhibition displays two distinct bodies of work executed over the last five years. The first floor presents meticulously...
Artwork related to exhibition: Lucio Fontana Walking the Space: Spatial Environments, 1948 – 1968

Lucio Fontana
Walking the Space: Spatial Environments, 1948 – 1968

Los Angeles

Beginning 13 February, ‘Lucio Fontana. Walking the Space: Spatial Environments, 1948 – 1968’ will be the first comprehensive presentation in the US of the late Italian master’s groundbreaking ‘Ambienti spaziali’ (Spatial Environments). Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero in collaboration with the Fondazione Lucio Fontana, Milan, this landmark...
Artwork related to exhibition: Nicolas Party Sottobosco

Nicolas Party
Sottobosco

Los Angeles

Beginning 13 February 2020, Hauser & Wirth will debut ‘Sottobosco,’ the first LA solo exhibition for critically admired NY-based Swiss artist Nicolas Party. Comprised of new paintings, sculptures, site-specific murals, and an architectural installation, ‘Sottobosco’ conjures the shadowy world of the forest floor in a brilliant pastel universe...
Artwork related to exhibition: August Sander: New Women, New Men, and New Identities

August Sander:
New Women,
New Men,
and New Identities

Los Angeles

Beginning 13 February, Hauser & Wirth will partner with the Los Angeles Philharmonic to present ‘August Sander: New Women, New Men, and New Identities,’ an exhibition that brings together pathbreaking portraits by renowned German photographer August Sander (1876 – 1964) with original examples of the first gay and lesbian journals ever published...
Artwork related to exhibition: To Exalt the Ephemeral: Alina Szapocznikow, 1962 – 1972
Artwork related to exhibition: To Exalt the Ephemeral: Alina Szapocznikow, 1962 – 1972

To Exalt the Ephemeral: Alina Szapocznikow, 1962 – 1972

London

In a brief but explosively inventive career, Alina Szapocznikow (1926 – 1973) radically re-conceptualised sculpture as a vehicle for exploring, liberating and declaring bodily experience. ‘To Exalt the Ephemeral: Alina Szapocznikow, 1962 – 1972,’ reveals the full expressive potential of this pioneering Polish artist’s work through the material...
Artwork related to exhibition: Isa GenzkenWindow

Isa Genzken
Window

London

‘Window’ is an exhibition at our London gallery by Isa Genzken featuring a new and unseen body of work. Genzken’s immersive environment expands on the themes of travel, through elements of an aircraft cabin, and the window as a juncture between interior and exterior spaces. In this respect, it reveals the artist’s interest in architecture and...
Artwork related to exhibition: Picasso Through the Lens of David Douglas Duncan

Picasso Through the Lens of David Douglas Duncan

Gstaad

Opening at Vieux Chalet in Gstaad on the 2 February 2020, ‘Picasso Through the Lens of David Douglas Duncan’ gives a remarkable insight into the work and life of Picasso. Ceramics and paintings by the artist are presented in tandem with vintage photographs taken by the legendary photographer David Douglas Duncan during a period of unprecedented...
Artwork related to exhibition: Jack Whitten Transitional Space A Drawing Survey

Jack Whitten
Transitional Space
A Drawing Survey

New York, 69th Street

Beginning 28 January 2020, Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present the first major survey of Jack Whitten’s works on paper, spanning the artist’s six decade career. Jack Whitten (1939 – 2018)  made it his mission to disrupt the discipline of art history through experiments with material, process, and technique. He effectively constructed a bridge...