Arshile Gorky & Jack Whitten
Arshile Gorky and Jack Whitten, two consummate master artists of the 20th century, are shown together in this online exhibition and the presentation was inspired by Whitten himself, who paid tribute to Gorky in a speech he gave in 2017. Whitten described the experience of looking at Gorky’s work as, ‘witnessing something that comes from the deep soul of an artist.’
Organized with Olivier Renaud-Clément, this intimate presentation embodies Matsutani’s intuitive and enduring connection with his materials over the past six decades, including a new work created in the artist’s studio and home during this period of isolation.
This new platform is dedicated to the sale of artworks by the gallery’s staff, immediate family members and freelancers, celebrating the creative talents of its worldwide team.
In his latest paintings for ‘Canopy,’ abstracted, transitional forms invite viewers to consider the relevance of the landscape painting genre in a contemporary context, in a moment where the wonder of nature also provokes complex associations.
Give Me Some Moments
‘Give Me Some Moments’ follows the artist’s critically acclaimed 2019 exhibition ‘Darkening’ at Hauser & Wirth’s 22nd Street gallery in New York. In 2019, Simpson was awarded the esteemed J. Paul Getty Medal, honoring her extraordinary contribution to practice, understanding, and support of the arts.
Hauser & Wirth Menorca
Opening in 2021, Hauser & Wirth Menorca is an arts center on Isla del Rey. With long-standing collaborator of the gallery, architect Luis Laplace, we are conducting major conservation work to the island’s 18th century buildings. Take a 3D tour of the exterior gallery building restorations.
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A collaboration with Jenny Holzer for the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day
Hauser & Wirth has joined forces with Jenny Holzer on a very special fundraising initiative to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on 22 April 2020 by creating a limited-edition print in an edition of 100, featuring one of her iconic Truisms.
Untitled Anxious Red Drawings
With the online exhibition ‘Untitled Anxious Red Drawings,’ American artist Rashid Johnson introduces a selection of new works made since the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic.
The ties that bind
‘Zoe Leonard. The ties that bind’ features works from the artist’s key photographic series, all of which ask us to reconsider the act of looking itself, pointing to observation as a complex, ongoing process.
Drawings for Distanced Figures
Made during the last three weeks, in the artist’s home studio in New York state, these portrait drawings are evocative of the experience of isolation during this unsettling period of social distance. Under the umbrella of Hauser & Wirth’s new global philanthropic and charitable initiative #artforbetter, 10% of gross profits from sales will be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.
Drawings 1947 – 2007
For our inaugural online exhibition, we bring directly to your screen a selection of drawings by the celebrated French-American artist Louise Bourgeois. The works in this presentation capture her inner psyche through undulating marks in ink, watercolor and pencil.
Rita Ackermann: Works on Paper
Artist's Choice Online Viewing Room
New York-based artist Rita Ackermann effortlessly distills timeless notions of genesis and destruction into a visual language rich in personal, familial, and ancestral significance. Ackermann has chosen to donate all proceeds from the sale of this new series of work to The Wooster Group, an avant-garde theater company in downtown Manhattan.
Rashid Johnson Ceramics
Artist's Choice Online Viewing Room
We welcome you to discover our first Artist’s Choice Online Viewing Room, featuring a series of new ceramic works by Rashid Johnson. This dynamic new format invites Johnson to highlight his ongoing exploration of clay as a medium in support of his beneficiary of choice, Prep for Prep.
Art Basel Hong Kong
Our viewing room presentation for Art Basel Hong Kong explored form and color through a selection of works from 1960s to the present day. The selected artists form a multi-generational dialogue.