16 February – 21 August, 2022
23 March – 15 May, 2022
24 March – 17 July, 2022
24 March – 29 August, 2022
28 April – 4 June 2022
(6 May – 25 June, 2022) TJ Boulting is proud to present our fifth solo show with Boo Saville. Ma is her most personal show to date, incorporating her renowned colour field paintings and detailed drawings with a narrative that draws on her own reflections on motherhood and journey of involuntary childlessness.
(9 June – 16 July, 2022) Cob Gallery is proud to present a group exhibition of work by Tomas Harker, Mia Middleton, Jack Jubb and Caroline Zurmely. Borrowing its name from the Greek word meaning to ward off or avert evil, ‘Apotrope’ brings together four artists who share an understanding of painting as an alchemical process: a material transformation that invests its subjects with magical energy.
(15 June – 28 August, 2022) CASSIUS&Co. is delighted to present Studies and Exercises, an exhibition of works on paper by Balthus, Alvaro Barrington, Raphael Egil, Petrit Halilaj, Gabriel Orozco, Sigmar Polke, Kaoli Mashio, Dorothea Stiegemann and Yoshifusa Utagawa.
(9 June – 26 August, 2022) Haunted Realism is a group exhibition featuring the work of more than thirty artists. Its specific focus is a sense that the aspirations of modernity are now “lost futures”—perceptible only as ghostlike traces of their original formulations.
(24 June – 23 July, 2022) New painted works on linen occupy the main space of the gallery. These works feature punctures, apertures and interwoven elements painted in bold, simple inks and acrylic. They oscillate between sculpture and painting.
(23 June – 26 August, 2022) 91-year-old Ibrahim El-Salahi’s Black and White works on paper from 2012 have never been exhibited before. They were completed in the lead up to his solo show at Tate Modern, when he became the first African artist to be honoured with a Solo Retrospective. These works show the Godfather of African Art at his best with a confidence of line reflecting over seventy years of creating his surreal multilayered visions.
(21 June – 26 June, 2022)
(7 July – 19 August, 2022) We’re delighted to announce our summer group exhibition, A Thing for the Mind. Taking one of Guston’s most celebrated paintings – his 1978 masterpiece Story – as the heart of the exhibition, A Thing for the Mind presents work by twelve contemporary artists whose work continues to be influenced by Guston’s ideas: Louise Bonnet, George Condo, Woody de Othello, Carroll Dunham, Armen Eloyan, Maria Lassnig, Chris Martin, Eddie Martinez, Daisy Parris, Walter Price, George Rouy, and Antonia Showering. As Guston declared of his artistic credo, paraphrasing Leonardo da Vinci: ‘A painting should be a thing for the mind.’
(6 July – 6 August, 2022) Sign Systems explores the intersection between text and image in contemporary art. Deriving its name from the field of semiotics, which studies the concept of representation and the creation of meaning, the exhibition draws on the relationship between verbal and visual language.
Featuring: Allison Reimus, Anna Liber Lewis, Ed Ruscha, Hank Willis Thomas, Jenny Holzer, John Giorno, Kay Rosen, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Marcel van Eeden, Mukesh Shah, Sam Durant.
(6 July – 20 August, 2022) The Italian artist Antonio Calderara’s career was marked by his gradual journey towards abstraction, although his earlier work was resolutely figurative, consisting of self-portraits, landscapes of the lake around the island of San Giulio in northern Italy and still life paintings. Lisson Gallery has, for the first time, gathered and loaned a number of these overtly representational, mid-century works, many of which have not been exhibited in public before, to chart the trajectory of his radical move towards a flattening and simplification of the world, while acknowledging that figures and objects – whether architectural, pastoral, domestic, personal or otherwise – would always somehow maintain a ghostly presence in his compositions.
(6 July – 20 August, 2022) For the artist’s third exhibition with Lisson Gallery, Christopher Le Brun presents a comprehensive show that can be seen as a culmination of his work to date. The exhibition features some of his most ambitious work, including monumental triptychs and diptychs, providing an opportunity to see the development of modular compositions from singular pieces through to large and highly complex canvases.
(Opening 7 July) Through a Glass, Darkly’ features the works of three artists who make paintings that draw on but deliberately mis-remember, nudge and alter photographic source material that purportedly speaks of authentic cultural histories, memories and the ‘authentic’.
15 July – 30 September, 2022
7 September – 1 October, 2022
7 September – 1 October, 2022
1 September – 8 October, 2022
23 September – 8 October, 2022
13 September – 16 October