Experience Summer at Hauser & Wirth

21 July 2021

With summer in full swing, plan a trip or experience some of our spaces and exhibitions from home. Our new galleries in Menorca and Monaco are now open and feature never before seen works by Mark Bradford and Louise Bourgeois respectively. Below is a list of exhibitions open to the public this summer in each of our locations.

‘Up Close and Personal’: Hauser & Wirth at Art Basel Miami 2020

1 December 2020

Our presentation at Art Basel Miami Beach 2020 will focus on masterworks by leading US based artists from across the program, in a presentation that bridges the experiential gap between the virtual and the physical that has come to define art encounters in the year 2020. Additionally, our new augmented reality tool will allow visitors to the online booth to ‘place’ artworks in their own homes.

Announcing Hauser & Wirth Institute

27 November 2018

Inaugural Initiatives Include Franz Kline Paintings Catalogue Raisonné, a Spring 2019 Symposium, and Three US Fellowships

David Smith at Storm King Art Center

25 March 2018

'David Smith: The White Sculptures' is the first exhibition to critically consider the use of the color white within the work of David Smith (1906–1965). Smith returned to and rediscovered this color throughout his life, whether it was in the naturally occurring white hue of found coral, as in his earliest sculptures; the white of a sunless sky or of a snowy landscape, both of which feature in his artistic photography; the white canvas or paper at the center of his Sprays, or the simple grounds of his Nudes; or the industrial white enamel that he applied to his later large- scale sculptures. Many of his works across mediums incorporate white forms as central elements, with foreground and background repeatedly reversed, questioned, and inverted. When installed in the landscape, the flat white planes of some of his large sculptures appear as dramatic cutouts.