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A conversation between Anna Maria Maiolino and Barbara Corti
Barbara Corti is a Senior Director in New York and has been involved with the gallery since its early days in Switzerland. Barbara oversees Hauser...
Gianni Jetzer on Art Basel Unlimited
This year’s Unlimited sector at Art Basel marks Gianni Jetzer’s eighth and final year as its curator, and includes six installations by Hauser &...
A conversation on Mira Schendel
Henry Allsopp is a Director in London focused on the gallery’s activities in South America given his special expertise in the region’s artists and...
‘Art is not about art. Art is about life, and that sums it up.’—Louise Bourgeois
Vanessa Guo is a Senior Director responsible for the gallery’s development in Asia, including the management of strategic initiatives. Vanessa has...
A conversation between Mika Rottenberg and Madeline Warren
Madeline Warren, Director, is a longstanding member of Hauser & Wirth’s New York team. She works with a number of artists, including Mika...
Jack Whitten’s ‘Nine Cosmic CDS: For The Firespitter (Jayne Cortez)’
Michael Plunkett, an Associate Director in New York, has worked with the Whitten family since he joined the gallery in 2016; first as an artist...
A conversation on Max Bill and Georges Vantongerloo
James Koch is an Executive Director at Hauser & Wirth, and is responsible for the gallery’s activities in Switzerland including oversight of the...
A conversation between Takesada Matsutani and Yuta Nakajima
Yuta Nakajima has been with the gallery for a decade—since it opened its doors in New York—and has been a Director since 2017. Yuta works closely...
A conversation on Shelter Island
Los Angeles Director Amanda Stoffel Mitnick visited John Chamberlain’s home and studio on Shelter Island to sit down with the late artist’s wife...
Cy Twombly: 24 Short Pieces
Cy Twombly’s rhythmic scrawls—tumbling calligraphic loops and punctuated graphic jolts, pencil marks incised deep into the page or lightly...
A conversation between Lorna Simpson and Jacqueline Sischy
Jacqueline Sischy is a Director in New York. She has been working with Lorna Simpson since the gallery began representing her in 2017, most...
Lucio Fontana’s Tagli
‘Concetto spaziale, Attese’ (1965) is a seminal work from Lucio Fontana’s most renowned and celebrated body of work, his instantly recognizable...
A conversation between Zeng Fanzhi and Fiona Römer
In her capacity as Senior Director, Asia, Fiona Römer has oversight of the gallery’s development in the region, and is based in Hong Kong. Fiona...
Works of art and their audiences: Franz West
‘Test’ (1994) epitomizes Franz West’s profound transformation of the relationship between works of art and their audiences. A significant example...
Fausto Melotti’s La Sibilla
A pioneer of Italian art, Fausto Melotti trained as a figurative artist studying under Italy’s leading Symbolist sculptor Adolfo Wildt at the...
Cy Twombly’s Study for the School of Athens
Cy Twombly’s ‘Study for the School of Athens’ (1960) nods to the eponymous fresco created by Italian Renaissance painter Raphael in ca. 1509 –...
A conversation on Lygia Pape
Susie Guzman enjoys a close working relationship with Paula Pape, daughter of the late Lygia Pape. Here they delve into Lygia’s work and the...
‘A moment’s monument’—Medardo Rosso
Capturing the ﬂeeting moment of a gesture or an emotion, Medardo Rosso’s sculpture has often earned the designation of anti-monument. Practicing...
A conversation between Matthew Day Jackson and Dea Vanagan
Dea Vanagan is a Director in Somerset, and part of the team responsible for exhibitions, events and artist residencies at the space. Dea worked...
Panza—The Ultimate Collectors
‘A collection is a very particular kind of accumulation. There is nothing of the inert object in it for he or she who buys it. And the issue is...
A conversation between Charles Gaines and Stacen Berg
Stacen Berg is a Senior Director in Los Angeles and sits at the helm of the LA space. In addition to managing the gallery, Stacen enjoys close...
The Origin of a Collection
Manuela Wirth, gallery co-President, shares her memories and earliest experiences of the artists in her personal collection, and reflects on how...
Enrico Castellani’s ‘Superficie bianca’
Hovering between painting and object, ‘Superﬁcie bianca’ (1962 – 1964) evinces the cogency of Enrico Castellani’s mesmerizing visual language....
Using radically simple means and materials, Alberto Burri pioneered an unprecedented formal language that would challenge and redeﬁne the concept...
Liberté Nuti on Arp’s Ptolemy II
‘Ptolemy II’ is a majestic sculpture. The balance between solid and void in this freestanding abstract bronze is spectacular. It is Arp’s...
Wonderful Minds: Piero Manzoni and Francis Picabia
‘Beyond a certain point there is no return. This point has to be reached.’ —Franz Kafka
Gorky and Jack
Jack Whitten adored Gorky. No, that’s not too dramatic. The love and admiration Jack had for Gorky was deeply felt, and was expressed many times...
Three Paintings—Three Decades: Günther Förg
Florian Berktold, an Executive Director based in Zurich, was one of the gallery’s ﬁrst employees and joined over two decades ago. He is a key...
A conversation on Arshile Gorky
When the Arshile Gorky Estate joined Hauser & Wirth in 2016, there was an immediate synergy between the gallery’s way of thinking and the enormous...
Less is more
‘There are only two valid things in art: 1) The lightning ﬂash of authority 2) The lightning ﬂash of hesitationThat’s all. The one comes out of...
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