Hauser & Wirth will maintain a new exhibition and private viewing space at 9 Main Street in the Village of Southampton, on the South Fork of Long Island, New York.Read More
The site, just north of the intersection of Main Street and Jobs Lane, was chosen for its central location and proximity to clients and collectors who live in the Hamptons beach communities, as well as gallery artists who maintain studios in the area.
Curated by Venus Lau, the section is dominated by Chinese new media artists.
Ocula Magazine presents a selection of highlights at the inaugural London Gallery Weekend.
No other work came close, but sales in the six-figure range were strong.
Johnson conceived the warning-sign-yellow work before Covid-19 ravaged the globe.
Tate Modern host the prolific artist's first U.K. museum survey.
On 8 July 2021, Hauser & Wirth announced British sculptor Thomas J Price will be joining their roster.
Ocula Advisory select six exhibition highlights on view during London Gallery Weekend.
Hidden for 42 years in an attic outside of London, this uncovered work by Frank Bowling is now showing at Hauser & Wirth.
Modern master Frank Bowling's simultaneous inaugural shows with Hauser & Wirth celebrate six decades of the artist's innovative abstraction in New York and London.
At Hauser & Wirth, the alpha female of German sculpture steers us through notions of travel, social architecture and the human condition
It was only recently that the New York-based artist Rashid Johnson started to hike in Aspen, Colorado. And when he did, he noticed something particular–how certain sports, like skiing or tennis, can be restricted to the wealthy, and white, elite. 'But hiking, walking, is a real democratised thing,' he said. 'You don’t need fucking anything! To...
Sinuous sculptures crafted from steel, post-WWII abstract paintings and celebrity portraits by Annie Leibovitz are just a few of the highlights of this month's exhibitions
‘I wanted to refresh completely my attitude to sculpture.’ Phyllida Barlow discusses her exhibition tilt at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22 nd Street, and how it marks a new stage in her practice. For more than fifty years, the British artist has created sculptures and large-scale installations using a direct and intuitive process of making....
Inside her Ghent studio, Berlinde De Bruyckere discusses death, drapery and intimacy in her work ahead of her solo exhibition Stages & Tales at Hauser & Wirth Somerset. ‘In our society, we are always trying to escape from death. I try to give this possibility that my work can open some dialogue to talk about this: it’s all part of us...
In his Paris studio, Japanese-born artist Takesada Matsutani talks about how he came to join the Gutai Art Association in 1963, moved to Paris in 1966, and how vinyl adhesive glue and graphite have sustained a practice 'streaming into infinity'. Coming of age in postwar Japan, artist Takesada Matsutani found himself longing 'to make something...
In his London studio, Mark Wallinger contemplates our desire for self-reflection and recognition, going public as an artist, and his new Mirror Painting series. Wallinger’s Mirror Paintings follow his earlier id Paintings (2015–2016) and Self-Portrait series (2007–2015). The dimensions of these tactile canvases are based on the artist’s...