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Henry Taylor: In the Studio
Born in 1958 in Ventura, California, Henry Taylor draws on a wide range of subjects to create a deeply personal visual language that is...
Charles Gaines: Generative Systems
Since the 1970s, Los Angeles-based artist Charles Gaines has employed systematic sequencing processes to examine the very nature of artistic...
Screening Room: ‘Philip Guston: A Life Lived’
To celebrate the opening of ‘Philip Guston. Transformation’ at our St. Moritz gallery, we are thrilled to present an online screening of ‘Philip...
On Site: Lee Lozano with Dr Jo Applin
Jo Applin gives an insight into both Lee Lozano’s life and her work, contextualizing her practice and highlighting her response to the constraints...
Mary Heilmann: Highway, Oceans, Daydreams
On the occasion of her exhibition ‘Highway, Oceans, Daydreams’ at our Southampton gallery, Heilmann talks about her love of the ocean and her...
Screening Room: ‘Call Her Applebroog’ by Beth B
To celebrate Ida Applebroog’s solo exhibition ‘Applebroog Birds’ at our New York gallery on West 22nd Street, we are thrilled to present an online...
Artists for New York
The influential art dealer Konrad Fischer (1939-1996) once said that a gallery’s primary goal should be ‘to keep the family informed,’ by which he...
Rita Ackermann on her Mama paintings
From her studio in upstate New York, Rita Ackermann is working on her latest body of work—a continuation of her Mama series—consisting of...
On Site: Luchita Hurtado’s ‘Together Forever’ with Matt Mullican
Organized in close collaboration with Luchita Hurtado earlier this year, the artist's son and fellow artist Matt Mullican guides us through the...
Screening Room: Rashid Johnson’s ‘Native Son’
To celebrate the opening of Rashid Johnson’s solo exhibition ‘Waves’ at Hauser & Wirth London, and this year’s digital edition of Frieze London,...
Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Modern Master
From Dada to Geometric Abstraction, Sophie Taeuber-Arp’s radical approach to abstraction makes her one of the most important artists of the...
Arshile Gorky: The Eye-Spring
A seminal figure in the shift to abstraction that transformed twentieth-century American art, this documentary provides an introduction to the...
Stefan Brüggemann: Untitled Action (Gold Paintings)
Stefan Brüggemann’s work deploys text in conceptual installations, rich with acerbic social critique and a post-pop aesthetic. Gold leaf functions...
Screening Room: Eva Hesse documentary
The 2016 documentary ‘Eva Hesse’ sheds light on the artist’s far-reaching career in the 1960s and beyond, as a pioneer of post-minimalism in...
Studio Visit: John Chamberlain talks to Michael Auping
This never-before-seen archival footage of American artist John Chamberlain is from a short film recorded over two days in South Florida by two...
Diana Thater’s ‘True Life Adventures’
The digital premiere of the artist’s short film highlights endangered species living near Mount Kilimanjaro in Kenya.
Screening Room: ‘Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf’
We are thrilled to present the first-ever digital screening of ‘Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf’ directed by Thomas Piper, exclusively...
Larry Bell: Still Standing
The standing walls didn’t only challenge perceptual boundaries; they dissolved them. In so doing, they formed a critical part of Bell’s...
On Site: Lucio Fontana’s 'Ambienti Spaziali' with Curator Luca Massimo Barbero
Tracing his contribution to the evolution of conceptual art through nine of his ‘Ambienti spaziali’, Curator Luca Massimo Barbero walks us through...
‘Sottobosco’ Resurfaced: Nicolas Party Builds New Worlds
Comprised of new paintings, sculptures, site-specific murals, and an architectural installation, ‘Sottobosco’ transforms our Los Angeles gallery...
Avery Singer at Frieze Los Angeles
Presenting five new paintings for her first presentation with Hauser & Wirth, Singer combines gesso paint with digital and manual techniques to...
Walking the Space: Curator Luca Massimo Barbero on Lucio Fontana’s Spatial Environments, 1948 – 1968
For the first in a trilogy of exhibitions, Fontana's revolutionary ‘Ambienti spaziali’ come to Los Angeles.
Claude Picasso on ‘Picasso Through the Lens of David Douglas Duncan’
In 1955, Picasso moved to La Californie, a villa in Cannes, where he lived and worked until 1961. This was a time of creative experimentation for...
‘The Hikers’ in Performance: Revisiting the Black Body in Space
‘My work has consistently been filled with contradictions. Contradictions tend to be the thing that makes an artist’s practice most interesting....
Don McCullin: The Stillness of Life
At home in Somerset, Sir Don McCullin CBE talks about photographing the landscape ahead of his exhibition ‘The Stillness of Life’ at Hauser &...
Diana Widmaier Picasso on Louise Bourgeois
Inside the last home and studio of Louise Bourgeois, former studio assistant to the artist Jerry Gorovoy speaks to art historian Diana Widmaier...
Making ‘The Hikers’: Rashid Johnson Breaks New Ground
‘My tool box is all I have. You know, I only have the tools that I brought with me, so I'm going to continue to use them. And when I add another...
Maria Lassnig: Portrait of the Artist
‘The rhythm of painting should be like gasps of breath when life chokes us’, Maria Lassnig wrote in 1951, when her artwork was beginning to forge...
Philip Guston, Newly Discovered 1971 Footage
Never-before-seen footage of Philip Guston in 1971 with poet friend Clark Coolidge by documentary filmmaker Michael Blackwood is being shown for...
Amy Sherald: In the Studio
On the occasion of her first exhibition with the gallery, we visited Amy Sherald in her studio as she put finishing touches on eight new...