September 18, 2023


Harmony Korine on His New Film and Paintings, From A to Z (Well, Sort of) - Erik Morse

'Whether in painting, film, or gaming, Korine continues to chase this singular, creative vision, which aspires to an ecstatic, if not religious, devotion to the universal perfection of the now.'
Harmony Korine, RAVETEK14, 2023. Oil on canvas. Photo: Keith Lubow. © Harmony Korine. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth

September 14, 2023


Stefan Brüggemann | The Art Is The Waste Is The Product Is The End Is The Process - Annie Bush

Installation view, 'Stefan Brüggemann. White Noise', Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles CA

September 7, 2023

Brooklyn Rail

Ed Clark. The Big Sweep - Charles Moore

‘Clark continually defied tradition, escaping the neat boxes of gestural painting and conventional abstraction, instead crafting his own form of expressionism. It is the artist’s legacy.’
Ed Clark, Untitled, 1955. Oil on canvas, 51 x 51 inches. © The Estate of Ed Clark. Courtesy the Estate and Hauser & Wirth.

September 6, 2023


In His Latest Exhibition, Nicolas Party Paints for the End Times - Katie White

‘I want the exhibition to have that kind of transcendent quality, rooted in today, but linked to the past. Frightening, but also beautiful.’
Installation view, 'Nicolas Party. Swamp' Hauser & Wirth New York 22nd Street

August 28, 2023


Hauser & Wirth’s Menorca Gallery Is a Feast for the Eyes, the Palate, and the Mind - Sarah Belmont

'Filled with art, good food and history, Hauser & Wirth Menorca is a feast for the eyes, the palate, and the mind. ‘Because they understood that gastronomy,’ Luis Anglés said, referring to Hauser & Wirth’s founders, ‘travel and the art combine to perfection. Hauser & Wirth created a place that has a soul and character.''
Hauser & Wirth Menorca, Photo: Be Creative, Menorca

August 23, 2023


Harmony Korine’s Hi-Tech Vision for the Future of Movies - Zach Baron

‘New show, new gallery, new body of work… This whole thing is kind of like the next phase.’
Harmony Korine, 2023 © Harmony Korine. Photo: Rachel Korine

July 1, 2023

The Brooklyn Rail

Frank Bowling with Alex Bacon - Alex Bacon

‘I feel that as an abstract artist you are trying to unearth your whole self with maximum openness.’
Installation view, 'Frank Bowling. Landscape' at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles, West Hollywood. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen

June 14, 2023

The New York Times

Mark Bradford Strikes a Pose of Quiet Self-Reflection - John Vincler

‘As grand and impressive as ever, he has refined his working method, which manages to mash together the history of allover abstraction, from Jackson Pollock to Gerhard Richter, with the paper he often sources from his surroundings, replicating the familiar visual effect of weathered and exposed layers of wheat-pasted posters or billboard advertisements marking city streets.’
Installation view, 'Mark Bradford. You Don't Have to Tell Me Twice' at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street. Photo: Thomas Barratt

June 13, 2023

Apollo Magazine

For Mika Rottenberg, silliness is a deeply serious business - Gabrielle Schwarz

‘There’s a certain distancing that humour creates,’ Rottenberg says. ‘I’m not comfortable being righteous or didactic, which makes me feel like I’m trapped in the subject. Humour is my authentic place.’ With that in mind, I can’t wait to see the water-spouting creatures she has dreamed up for the gardens in Somerset. But don’t mistake the silliness for unseriousness – in the art of Mika Rottenberg, it’s laughter that helps the medicine go down.’
Mika Rottenberg, 2018 © Kunsthaus Bregenz. Photo: Miro Kuzmanovic

June 9, 2023

The New York Times

The ‘Haunting’ of Gary Simmons - Ted Loos

‘I love that when the show is done, you have to paint them over,’ he said. ‘They become embedded in the architecture and the history of the space. They implicate and indict the museum.’
Gary Simmons, 'Ghost Town Skies,' 2023 © Gary Simmons. Photo: Keith Lubow

June 3, 2023

FT Weekend Magazine

Cindy on Cindy - Andrew Dickson

‘I’ve never really exposed anything about myself. I think it’s always been the opposite: I’ve been hiding.’
Cindy Sherman, Untitled #648, 2023 © Cindy Sherman

May 31, 2023

Kunstforum International

Im Dialog mit der Welt - Heinz-Norbert Jocks

‘I was interested in a more human image of the angel. This is expressed in the title ‘A simple prophecy’ of my exhibition in Zurich.’
Installation view, ‘Berlinde De Bruyckere. A simple prophecy’, Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Limmatstrasse, 26 January until 13 May 2023 © Berlinde De Bruyckere

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