photos tagged with #hauserwirth
#diamundialdelarte dedicada a my dear @celyvent por su genial #portableartproject for @hauserwirth pic by another Great artist my dear @gorkapostigo wearing #maryheilmann piece #rossydepalma #hauserwirth #worldartday
#SUPPORTARTISTS Regrann from @caroline_kaplowitz - Caroline Kaplowitz @b.j.spokegallery @karen_kirshner
Karen Kirshner invited Caroline Kaplowitz to show together at our “Artist’s Choice” exhibit now through 2/25
Meet artists at reception 2/10, 6-9pm
Kirshner (L) Caroline Kaplowitz®
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Philip Gustos at Hauser & Wirth.
#SUPPORTARTISTS from @caroline_kaplowitz - “One piece carved wood- Still Life Studio III” (carved from one piece of wood from 2nd Ave subway) 15” x 14” x 13”
Could you imagine how exciting it would be for an artist, sculpting at the time, to see a huge yard of railroad ties being used to build the 2nd Ave. subway? It happened to me! When I asked if I could buy some ties, the workers said “buy it Lady? open your trunk” and they proceeded to fill my station wagon. with wood-a treasure!! I went back again and again bringing delicious lunches for these wonderful people who delighted in helping a grateful artist!!
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Regrann from @duroolowu - Amazing sculpture installation and beautiful paintings by the artist Lorna Simpson @lornasimpson . In her brilliant London debut exhibition, last night at Hauser & Wirth gallery @hauserwirth in London. #art #artist #lornasimpson #hauserwirth #exhibition #london - #regrann
Our deepest condolences on the passing of Jack Whitten, National Academician and total Rockstar! 😢⭐️ Some artists use their long careers to perfect a style by creating variations on a theme, while others try to keep up with the times by continually doing something new. Jack Whitten was the latter kind of artist. By the end of his life, he had experimented with formalist painting, abstract portraiture, and even mystical visions of current events. 💬 “I want a worldview that will teach me how to conduct myself in this new world order,” he said. We will miss you! ❤️
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Arts weekend continues on a really rainy day in Somerset #thelandwelivein #thelandweliveinthelandweleftbehind #hauserwirth #dakotawren (at Hauser & Wirth Somerset)
#hauserwirth (at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles)
Jakub Julian Ziolkowski (Polish, b. 1980): Maya (Illusion), 2016. Oil on canvas, 230 x 340 cm (90-½ x 133 inches). Hauser & Wirth, London, UK. © Jakub Julian Ziolkowski. This artwork or photograph is posted in accordance with fair use principles.
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“Jakub Julian Ziolkowski. Ian Moon”
Through February 10, 2018
Hauser & Wirth, London
Ziolkowski conjures an imaginary universe in which phantasmagoric imagery appears across diverse media including ceramics, sculptural reliefs and works on canvas. Individually compelling, when seen together, his works create a transgressive mindscape, bristling with narrative and detail. The current series of works, presented for the first time, has been made following a recent phase of intense creative experimentation during an eight-month period while the artist was living in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Mike Kelley (American, 1954–2012): Kandors Full Set (detail), 2005–2009. Installation view, ‘Mike Kelley: Kandors 1999 – 2011, Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles, CA. © Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts. All Rights Reserved / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. This artwork or photograph is posted in accordance with fair use principles.
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“Mike Kelley: Kandors 1999 – 2011”
Through January 21, 2018
Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles
Started by Kelley in 1999, the Kandors series encompasses a sprawling number of sculptures, videos, animations and large-scale installations including large handblown glass bell jars, all representing the city of Kandor, Superman’s birthplace.
‘ “The Kandors project, which occupied over 10 years of Kelley’s artistic production, is a profoundly imaginative body of work that transports and challenges viewers simultaneously,” said Mary Clare Stevens, Executive Director of the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts and the artist’s longtime studio manager, who will deliver the symposium’s welcome remarks.’ (Katie Dunham, blog.calarts.edu)
Read more: http://bit.ly/2CtWUfm
Arshile Gorky (Armenian-American, Modernism, 1904-1948): Pastoral, 1947. Oil and pencil on canvas, 111.8 x 142.2 cm (44 x 56 inches). Private Collection. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. This artwork or photograph is posted in accordance with fair use principles.
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“Ardent Nature: Arshile Gorky Landscapes, 1943-47”
Through December 23, 2017
Hauser & Wirth, 32 East 69th Street, New York
Info: http://www.hauserwirth.com. (em National Congress of Brazil)
Marcel Broodthaers: Un Jardin d’Hiver
Hauser and Wirth, Savile Row, London
27th September-18th November
‘Un Jardin d’Hiver’ (A Winter Garden) is an incredible installation of works by Marcel Broodthaers at the Hauser and Wirth gallery in London. Hauser and Wirth first displayed ‘Un Jardin d’Hiver’ in Zurich in 1998 and once again this exhibition plays tribute to this artistic master.
Born in Brussels, Belgium, Broodthaers began his career in journalism, film and poetry. However, after spending twenty years in poverty as a struggling poet he decided to become an artist by the end of 1963, and from there he created some of the most beautiful pieces of art and redefined the experience of art.
Broodthaers’ work displays a clear love of nature and wildlife, with black and white photographs of his sketches and engravings of various exotic beasts and animals of the heathland. Broodthaers included numbered descriptions of each animal to help viewers not only engage further with the art, but to help them engage further with nature and gain knowledge about the beings that inhabit this magnificent Earth we all share.
Heavily featured in this exhibition are insects and creatures that dwell in the untamed world of the heathland, including various species of bees, beetles and small birds. In glass cabinets there are on display the original engravings and workings of Broodthaers, while around the gallery there are six giant black and white framed photographs of these engravings.
Around the gallery viewers are completely surrounded by ‘Kentya’ palms, taking viewers on a curious and exotic journey through the jungle and bringing them back to nature, allowing them to appreciate the beauty of the still captured wildlife with the living, breathing wildlife that immerses them. The excessive use of palm trees and plants creates an exhilarating, refreshing atmosphere for the viewers, making them forget entirely that they’re in an art gallery in the middle of London!
From birds and tiny insects viewers jump to foreign exotic lands with Broodthaers engravings of exotic birds, camels, and elephants. The animals are shown in their natural habitats of the jungle or the desert, with the detail in them really bringing the photographs to life. Viewers can almost feel the powerful gusts of wind from the wings of a falcon, or hear the rustling of the trees as an elephant treks heavily through the jungle, or they can just see the tip of a camels hump on the far side of the wild green forest, where it opens up onto a hot, Persian desert, the palms becoming a tropical oasis to rest.
Broosthaers designed the scenes of his exhibitions to create disquieting theatrical compositions using domestic objects. He did to this parody traditional museum and gallery spaces by using an assembly of potted palms in reference to the nineteenth century style palm courts marking a transition between private collection to public museum.
In one corner of the rooms stands an old television monitor that displays the recording of a surveillance camera. This screen is installed among the plants and chairs to mimic the decorative decoy and surveillance that marks common spaces that flicker between public and private. The palms, once exotic symbols of power, by the mid nineteen seventies had become the most banal and clichéd decoration. In another corner sits a rolled up red carpet, the carpet sits neglected and viewers might miss it. The rug hints at nostalgia ad former glory, now shoved away and forgotten.
Broodthaers created a parody and somewhat mockery of the traditional customs of art, and skilfully disguised it as a beautiful and stimulating experience.
Broodthaers exhibitions are absolutely magnificent because not only do they display his incredible artwork, but he completely transforms the space in which they are displayed, creating a whole new piece of scenic artwork. Transforming the gallery spaces creates a whole new experience and curious world for viewers, who, rather than wander around a bare, four walled room, are taken on a magical journey that throws them into the art and leaves them refreshed and hungry for more.
Representations of the city of Kandor (Superman’s hometown on Krypton) shrunk and bottled by a supervillain (Braniac) and now protected under bell jars in the Fortress of Solitude ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ #hauserwirth #mikekelley #kandors (at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles)
Eva Hesse “Oomamaboomba” 1965
was feeling down so i went to peep #hauserwirth in the #artsdistrict 💎 #mikekelley redid #superman’s birthplace of kandor. so dope. 🔮 (at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles)
Mike Kelley at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles
Mike Kelley at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles
Find your balance #mikekelley #hauserwirth #dtlaartsdistrict #symetry