In Conversation: Cécilia Auber, Emilie Bouvard and Caroline Cros on Louise Bourgeois & Francis Bacon

Monaco – 16 Sep 2021

On the occasion of the exhibition ‘Louise Bourgeois. Maladie de l'Amour’ at Hauser & Wirth Monaco, we hosted a conversation in collaboration with the Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation with Cécilia Auber, art guide and lecturer at the Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation, and Emilie Bouvard, art historian and Director of Collections and Scientific Programme at the Giacometti Foundation, moderated by Caroline Cros, heritage curator and art historian.

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In Conversation: Revealing the Creative Process

Hong Kong – 18 Nov 2021

Chinese contemporary artist Zhang Enli, curator of the exhibition ‘Drawing on the Mind,’ in conversation with Ying Kwok, Senior Curator for Digital and Heritage at Tai Kwun – Centre for Heritage and Arts, discuss and share the preparatory works that reveal the artists’ creative process and subconscious, as well as Zhang’s curatorial concept.

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Outdoor sculpture trail at Hauser & Wirth Menorca

The outdoor sculpture trail at Hauser & Wirth Menorca features six works by prominent 20th century European artists. Alongside the gallery buildings, integrating with the landscape of Illa del Rei, works by Spanish masters Joan Miró and Eduardo Chillida feature along with landmark sculptures by Louise Bourgeois and Franz West.

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In Conversation: Fred Moten and Legacy Russell

Zoom – 19 Jan 2021

On the occasion of the exhibition ‘Jack Whitten. I AM THE OBJECT,’ the gallery hosted a digital discussion focused on the work of the renowned artist Jack Whitten (1939 – 2018) with Fred Moten, cultural theorist, poet and scholar and Legacy Russell, associate curator of exhibitions at The Studio Museum in Harlem and author of ‘Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto.’ Moten and Russell discussed Whitten’s ‘Notes from the Woodshed,’ his collection of studio writings, and Whitten’s negotiation of Black matter, Black abstraction, objecthood and subjecthood, and improvisation. The conversation drew on ways in which—to borrow Whitten’s words from his final log entry in 2017—‘art is our compass to the cosmos.’

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