Karel Appel: Expanding Impressions

Blum & Poe, in collaboration with the Karel Appel Foundation, is presenting its second exhibition of the Dutch artist Karel Appel. Titled Out of Nature, the show presents a series of works that were completed in New York City in the 1990s. Never before seen publicly, they harken back to…


Mary Obering in Los Angeles

Last spring Kayne Griffin Corcoran in Los Angeles announced they were adding New York City based artist Mary Obering to their gallery and their first exhibition with her would be in the fall of 2018. Now that time has come, and they are using their first collaboration with the artist to showcase…


Louise Bourgeois’ Depth of Depression: The Red Sky

Hauser & Wirth presents a selection of works by French-American artist Louise Bourgeois (1911-2011) titled The Red Sky. The exhibition brings together a series of works never before exhibited, which were created at the end of her life (between 2007 and 2009). They are a composed of a…


Louise Nevelson in Black & White

Black & White, presented at Pace Gallery in New York City, continues the gallery’s exploration of Louise Nevelson’s (b. 1899, Kiev; d. 1988, New York) sculptural work. A significant figure in 20th Century sculpture, Nevelson has been represented by Pace Gallery since 1963, and this is her 27th…


Elizabeth Glaessner’s History Lesson

P.P.O.W. Gallery presents a new exhibition of Elizabeth Glaessner titled Mother Tongue,  which reflects on how cultures use stories to pass down their collective histories. It is the second solo show the artist has had with the gallery, and brings together paintings, dyed silk banners and scroll…


Pace Gallery’s Sculpture Garden at Art Basel Miami Beach

As December rolls around the art world migrates to Miami Beach for the Art Basel fair. One of the most important shows for Contemporary galleries in the ever increasing roundabout of art fairs, it is a time for collectors to descend upon the Florida city and increase their art collections. Pace…