(8 June – 30 July, 2022) Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Milton Avery, Hernan Bas, María Berrío, Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, Chantal Joffe, Isaac Julien, Doron Langberg, Alice Neel, Chris Ofili, Celia Paul, Paula Rego, Do Ho Suh, Francesca Woodman. This summer, for the first time, a group exhibition at the gallery in London and a presentation at Art Basel share a common theme.
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London N1 7RW
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(26 May – 30 July, 2022) In his work Tal R often employs apparently simple compositional devices and motifs from everyday life to create complex, atmospheric worlds that, beginning with the recognisable and known, expand or collapse into spaces of enchantment or ambiguity, heady with atmosphere and colour. For the past few years he has made paintings and drawings of flowers in vases. Each work depicts a bunch of flowers picked by the artist from around his home in the Danish countryside, presented in a vase on a tabletop within a closely cropped interior space.
(8 April – 7 May, 2022) Following Intercontinental Super Fruits, John Kørner’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States (on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit from November 2021 until January 2022), this exhibition builds on themes of consumerism, globalisation and networks of distribution and exchange.
(6 April – 7 May, 2022) Celia Paul’s art is founded on deep connections – familial, creative, threading back and forth across time – to people and places, and is self-assuredly quiet, contemplative and ultimately moving in its attention to detail and intensely felt spirituality.