Moskowitz Bayse is pleased to present Like Glaciers, an exhibition of new drawings and paintings by London-based artist Mary Herbert. Like Glaciers is the artist’s first solo presentation in Los Angeles, and will be installed in our Viewing Room from November 20 - December 23, 2021.
Skin in the Game, an exhibition of work by 35 diverse artists, curated by Zoe Lukov and presented by Palm Heights, is a collective offering about touch, transmission, and skin—the potential, vulnerability and risk contained therein—as a boundary to protect from danger or as a porous border to receive.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (the “Museums”) are pleased to announce the exclusive West Coast showing of Jules Tavernier and the Elem Pomo, which steps into the 1870–1880s, a period when white settlers continued to claim lands in the West that had been inhabited by Indigenous populations for thousands of years.
Japan Society is pleased to present Shikō Munakata: A Way of Seeing, a new presentation of nearly 100 path-breaking works by the celebrated artist Shikō Munakata. Organized from their rare collection—the largest in the US—the installation revisits this imaginative twentieth-century artist.
In a groundbreaking partnership with City College of San Francisco, SFMOMA hosts Diego Rivera’s monumental mural The Marriage of the Artistic Expression of the North and of the South on the Continent, more commonly known as Pan American Unity in the museum’s Roberts Family Gallery free space.
Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of new work s by Mary Corse in Palo Alto. Marking the artist’s first presentation at the gallery’s Palo Alto space, the exhibition will feature three large paintings and four electric light boxes of different sizes in conversation with one another. The presentation will run through January 29, 2022.
Few artists have defined an era as much as William Hogarth, whose vivid, satirical depictions of 18th century England continue to capture the imagination today. Tate Britain’s major exhibition presents his work in a fresh light, seen for the first time alongside works by his continental contemporaries.
The Gordon Parks Foundation is pleased to present An Imaginative Arrangement of the Things Before Me, an exhibition of new works by artist Tyler Mitchell, a 2020 Gordon Parks Foundation Fellow, curated by Deborah Willis. Mitchell is known for his images that reflect and celebrate the vast beauty and intimacies of Black American life.
This will be the first-ever exhibition at The Met to explore the work of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ hand-drawn animation. It will examine Walt Disney’s personal fascination with European art and the use of French motifs in Disney films and theme parks.
Petzel is pleased to present Heart in the corner of the room, Ross Bleckner’s second exhibition with the gallery and his first at our Upper East Side location. The show, a series of paintings all created between 1975–1979, shortly after artist’s time at the California Institute of the Arts, will be on view until December 17.