SHIN GALLERY is pleased to present, De Forma, a group exhibition featuring works by Gotthard Graubner, Gerrit Rietveld, Isamu Noguchi, and Ted Stamm. Utilizing paintings and furniture, the exhibition pairs design with visual art to question the formation of shapes and their metaphorical significance as a means of artistic expression. Gotthard Graubner experiments with color and space to formulate his “cushion paintings,” creating a gravitational pull for the viewer, while Ted Stamm integrates hard edge geometric drawings to illustrate monochromatic and conceptual forms. Gerrit Rietveld and Isamu Noguchi juxtapose the visual artworks with minimalist and organic design, creating accessible objects through geometric compositions. The creation of the works range from 1955 to 1984 and are curated with the intent to embrace shape, color, and space. De Forma enables the viewer to encounter a variety of artists who address an alternate perspective on the function of forms in relation to their spatial surroundings. The exhibition will be on view from January 11th through February 24th with an opening reception on Friday, January 11th, from 6–8pm.
Shin Gallery, New York
Jan 11 - Feb 24, 2019
Following the success of our 2016 show Sanctums of Decision, RICHARD TAITTINGER GALLERY is thrilled to present, Parade Square, our second solo exhibition of Mehdi Farhadian. Unable to attend Sanctums of Decision because he was not granted a VISA, Farhadian’s work was required to speak for itself, which it did proficiently. His achievements are also reflected in the 2018 acquisition of his work Cannons and Ballerinas by the British Museum.
Richard Taittinger Gallery, New York
Nov 15, 2018 - Jan 27, 2019
Eric Firestone Gallery is proud to announce the exhibition Martha Edelheit, Flesh Walls: Tales from the 60s. The exhibition will re-introduce the public to Edelheit’s radical paintings and pioneering subject matter. The exhibition includes multi-panel paintings from her “Flesh Wall” series, as well as canvases of elaborately tattooed female figures, and works on paper. The works on paper are a major series from the mid-1960s, depicting a wild, erotic vision of circus performers, and images of paper dolls, reimagined into adult fantasies that explore gender identity, sexual costuming, and sadomasochistic play.
Eric Firestone Gallery, New York
Oct 17 - Dec 15, 2018
What kinds of books are children in other countries reading, and what kinds of thoughts do those books lead them to have? Hyundai Museum of Kids’ Books & Art is proud to present the 《Little Citizens》 exhibition. 《Little Citizens》 comprises 191 children’s books that have been recommended by the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) along with original works of art by world-famous picture book artists.
Hyundai Museum of Kids’ Books & Art, Seongnam
Nov 14, 2018 - Feb 10, 2019
The opening exhibition of The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation will be a fifty-year retrospective survey, Milton Resnick Paintings 1937-1987. The exhibition, curated by Geoffrey Dorfman, traces the artist’s transition from his early, inventive Abstract Expressionist works, to the dense allover canvases of his maturity for which he is best known. Resnick’s thickly impastoed works, sometimes of immense proportions, reflect a faith in the evocative powers of paint itself.
The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, New York
Jul 01, 2018 - Jan 20, 2019
C24 Gallery is pleased to present R.U.R. a solo exhibition of new work by artist Tommy Hartung, marking his inaugural exhibition with C24 Gallery. Presented in three acts, the exhibition is a reinterpretation of Karel Čapek’s 1921 science fiction play of the same name (most noted as the first text to use the word “robot”). The original play is re-written through Hartung’s surrealist DIY aesthetic and stream of consciousness storytelling through photographs, sculptures, and interactive video installations. Dealing with themes of power, manipulation and male dominance, the exhibition is particularly timely in the wake of the #MeToo movement, and the recent investigations into recurring allegations of sexual assault and abuse of power.
C24 Gallery, New York
May 01 - Jun 30, 2018
The Korea Foundation and the Embassies of the four Pacific Alliance countries (Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru) present the 2018 KF Global Cultural Bridge I - Pacific Alliance Festival - a multifaceted cultural event that covers exhibitions, performances, and film screenings from June 21 through August 17.
KF Gallery, KF Global Center, Seoul
Jun 21 - Aug 17, 2018
As its first exhibition in 2018, Datz Museum of Art will present The Artist’s Garden. Taking off from the question, “what significance does the garden have for an artist,” the exhibition will consist of more than 50 works provided by Korean artists including paintings by artists Hyeseung Lee, Hyein Lee and Kuyoung Heo, and photographs by artist Seongyeon Jo and the Datz Museum of Art's collection. Moreover, a special separate study space called “Garden of the Heart” was composed to add literary depth and interpretation to the art and the garden. Thus, we would like to invite you to the garden, which has been a diverse muse for artists, for the longest time, and to its intimate and beautiful stories.
Datz Museum of Art, Gwangju (Gyeonggi)
Mar 17 - May 27, 2018