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Painting by Stanley Whitney comprising various colored rectangles
Stanley Whitney
Dear Paris
rue de Castiglione, Paris
January 10–February 28, 2024
Photograph of Pablo Picasso with a ring of black around his facing, obscuring one eye
A Foreigner Called Picasso
Curated by Annie Cohen-Solal and Vérane Tasseau
West 21st Street, New York
November 10, 2023–February 10, 2024
Drawing in colorful florescent pastels depicting three nude figures intertwined
Jenny Saville
Ekkyklema
Davies Street, London
November 30, 2023–February 10, 2024
Nude woman with long hair in a sauna shown from behind
Nan Goldin
Full Moon
Basel
November 23, 2023–February 10, 2024
Silhouette of a figure standing in front of a giant whale on stage
Bennett Miller
Beverly Hills
January 11–February 10, 2024
Detail of a sculpture that consists of an irregularly-shaped tube of stainless steel attached to one edge of a mirror-polished steel disk
Carol Bove
Hardware Romance
Park & 75, New York
November 3, 2023–January 27, 2024
Installation of a painting of a beached boat and a blue abstract painting interpreting the Aegean sea
Hilary Pecis and Lily Stockman
Nostos
Athens
November 9, 2023–January 27, 2024
Drawing comprising an array of overlapping cylindrical, cubic, and planar elements in black, yellow, blue, red, and green
Abstract Explorations
100 Years on Paper
Gstaad
December 20, 2023–January 25, 2024
Abstract painting in greens, blues and bit of reds of algae
Cy Gavin
New Paintings
Rome
November 30, 2023–January 23, 2024
Detail of a painting featuring two multi-legged figures conjoined by a single eye
Alexandria Smith
Stirrings of a Polymorphous Bloom
Hong Kong
November 16, 2023–January 13, 2024
Painting featuring figures practicing kabuki, the classical form of Japanese theatre
Takashi Murakami
Understanding the New Cognitive Domain
Le Bourget
June 10–December 22, 2023
Black-and-white headshot of Lee Miller looking directly at the camera
Seeing Is Believing
Lee Miller and Friends
976 Madison Avenue, New York
November 11–December 22, 2023
Historical woman dressed in white with her face covered with fabric sitting at a desk writing with a feather quill pen
Ewa Juszkiewicz
In a Shady Valley, Near a Running Water
Beverly Hills
November 3–December 22, 2023
Painting featuring stamped sections of a hand in ink on paper in a shape of an animal or human figures
Giuseppe Penone
Impronte di luce / Empreintes de lumière
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
October 17–December 22, 2023
Richard Prince: Early Photography, 1977–87, Grosvenor Hill, London
Richard Prince
Early Photography, 1977–87
Grosvenor Hill, London
October 5–December 22, 2023
Painting depicting three identical girls holding hands from behind, each only wearing underwear and with a ribbon in their hair
Anna Weyant
The Guitar Man
rue de Castiglione, Paris
October 18–December 22, 2023
Grotesquely bloated figure with extended nose being held up by pieces of wood and holding a piece of fruit
Louise Bonnet
30 Ghosts
541 West 24th Street, New York
November 8–December 22, 2023
Painting with red weblike linear networks that cover variously blue colored ground
Brice Marden
Let the painting make you
980 Madison Avenue, New York
November 2–December 22, 2023
Painting of four loosely rendered white stags upside down on a black background
Georg Baselitz
The Painter in His Bed
555 West 24th Street, New York
November 9–December 22, 2023
Painting with dense arrays of overlapping brushstrokes in contrasting colors
Sabine Moritz
August
Rome
September 22–November 18, 2023
Photograph of a woman smiling
Richard Prince
The Entertainers
Davies Street, London
October 5–November 16, 2023
12-foot cube that displays a sequence of fragments from international television commercials
Urs Fischer
Denominator
433 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills
July 20–November 4, 2023
Two paintings leaning against a wall outside seen through trees
Thomas Houseago
ABUNDANCE
Hong Kong
September 21–November 4, 2023
Composite image of shelf holding porcelain vessels an photograph of stone
to light, and then return—
Edmund de Waal and Sally Mann
976 Madison Avenue, New York
September 14–October 28, 2023
Painting featuring the profile of two black faces with carnival eye masks looking at each other over table with four pieces of sliced cake and a head sitting atop
Derrick Adams
Come as You Are
Beverly Hills
September 14–October 28, 2023
Two-part drawing in graphite, charcoal, pastel, and wax crayon with photograph, paper, and fabric depicting trees wrapped in fabric and secure with rope in the Berower Park in Riehen, Switzerland
Christo
Selected Works
Basel
August 25–October 28, 2023
Artwork comprising two vertical black shelves filled with black porcelain pots and pieces of steel, tin, aluminum, and glass
Edmund de Waal
this must be the place
541 West 24th Street, New York
September 13–October 28, 2023
Exterior of a building
Christo
Early Works | Curated by Elena Geuna
Gagosian Open, 4 Princelet Street, London
October 6–22, 2023
Sculpture of a cup on a saucer with steam rising
Lichtenstein Remembered
Curated by Irving Blum
980 Madison Avenue, New York
September 9–October 21, 2023
Painting depicting three people sitting at a restaurant counter being fed by machinery by three servers
Tetsuya Ishida
My Anxious Self | Curated by Cecilia Alemani
555 West 24th Street, New York
September 12–October 21, 2023
Painting made of blue and green powdered pigment in resin with found objects such as shells and twigs
Helen Marden
Agape/Αγάπη
Athens
September 21–October 21, 2023
Coca-Cola can and hand grenade in cast acrylic on top of a metal filing cabinet next to aluminum trash can lids in a metal crate
Cady Noland
Park & 75, New York
September 12–October 21, 2023
Painting of blurry patches of color with three figure-like shapes with yellow dots for eyes
Ashley Bickerton
Susie’s Mother Tongue
West 21st Street, New York
September 8–October 14, 2023
Abstract tinted gelatin silver print of sunflowers
Anselm Kiefer
For Robert Fludd
rue de Castiglione, Paris
September 7–October 12, 2023
Flowers made of terra-cotta and patinated bronze
Setsuko
Into Nature
Gstaad
July 1–September 10, 2023
Hand holding a green surfboard fin
Alex Israel
Fins
Rome
May 12–September 9, 2023
Painting of a woman from behind with her right arm raised hitting a tennis ball with a racket
Honor Titus
Advantage In
Beverly Hills
July 20–September 1, 2023
Screen print of Elizabeth Taylor’s face in black ink on metallic silver paint
Andy Warhol
Silver Screen
rue de Castiglione, Paris
June 1–August 31, 2023
Graphic that says To Bend the Ear of the Outer World
To Bend the Ear of the Outer World
Conversations on contemporary abstract painting
Grosvenor Hill, London
June 1–August 25, 2023
Graphic that says To Bend the Ear of the Outer World
To Bend the Ear of the Outer World
Conversations on contemporary abstract painting
Davies Street, London
June 1–August 25, 2023
Textured gold, grey, and blue abstract painting made of emulsion, oil, acrylic, charcoal, gold leaf, and sediment of electrolysis on canvas featuring the word Danae written in the upper left-hand corner
Anselm Kiefer
hortus conclusus
Hong Kong
May 17–August 5, 2023
Drawing of four collage-like composite portraits of black men behind a metal shopping cart
Nathaniel Mary Quinn
THE FORGING YEARS
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
June 8–July 29, 2023
Painting with white script on a lime-yellow background based on Greek verse that is collaged to produce an abstracted script that, while unreadable, feels familiar
Rick Lowe
Still Learning from Athens
Athens
June 7–July 29, 2023
Photograph of a man sitting on a couch in a living room with one foot on a coffee table mounted on a matte in a frame with twelve bumper stickers with the phrase “Describing how a dog was slaughtered” around the frame edge
Jordan Wolfson
Drawings
Basel
June 12–July 22, 2023
Ten stacked boxed attached to the wall made of purple anodized aluminum
Donald Judd
980 Madison Avenue, New York
May 13–July 14, 2023
Aluminum box that is open on the top and has a black aluminum divider and a silver aluminum divider inside
Donald Judd
976 Madison Avenue, New York
May 13–July 14, 2023
Black-and-white photograph by Richard Avedon of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, headed by Julian Bond in Atlanta, Georgia on March 23, 1963
Avedon 100
West 21st Street, New York
May 4–July 7, 2023
Chris Burden: Cross Communication, Park & 75, New York
Chris Burden
Cross Communication
Park & 75, New York
March 14–June 24, 2023
Large-scale painting by Anselm Kiefer of a landscape with a three-dimensional gold-colored submarine attached to the face
Anselm Kiefer
Exodus
Gagosian at Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles
November 19, 2022–June 16, 2023
Painting featuring a plant with a tall yellow steam and green, yellow, and white leaves on a beige background
Harold Ancart
Paintings
541 West 24th Street, New York
May 3–June 16, 2023
Colorful painting featuring a topless woman with with blond hair laying down with red roses, oranges, and a landscape in the background
Tom Wesselmann
Intimate Spaces
Beverly Hills
May 3–June 16, 2023
Painting feature young girl with green face in front of a chair that has been carved into the shape of a naked woman with allover gold patterned overlay
Rudolf Stingel
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
March 17–May 27, 2023
Abstract painting featuring brown washed strokes interspersed with color overlaid with a graphic yellow genderless humanoid form
the ömen
Albert Oehlen paintings and Paul McCarthy sculptures
555 West 24th Street, New York
March 8–May 20, 2023
Sculpture comprised of concentric circles of neon tubing that light up
Carsten Höller
Clocks
rue de Castiglione, Paris
March 28–May 20, 2023
Blue neon lettering spelling M I G H T Y
Douglas Gordon
Neon Ark
Athens
April 6–May 20, 2023
Painting by Stanley Whitney comprising various colored rectangles
Stanley Whitney
There Will Be Song
Grosvenor Hill, London
March 30–May 13, 2023
Richard Wright installing No Title (2013) at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 2013
Richard Wright
Davies Street, London
March 29–May 13, 2023
Acrylic on canvas painting featuring overlapping colorful sweeping strokes
Katharina Grosse
Touching How and Why and Where
Hong Kong
March 21–May 6, 2023
Rites of Passage, Britannia Street, London
Rites of Passage
Britannia Street, London
March 16–April 29, 2023
Painting by Adam McEwen featuring a graphic depiction of six Bic pens overlapping in a diagonal pattern on a purple-gray background
Adam McEwen
XXIII
Rome
February 10–April 22, 2023
Helen Frankenthaler: Drawing within Nature: Paintings from the 1990s, 541 West 24th Street, New York
Helen Frankenthaler
Drawing within Nature: Paintings from the 1990s
541 West 24th Street, New York
March 9–April 22, 2023
Painting by Urs Fischer featuring fragmented images of various objects collaged on a cityscape
Urs Fischer
Ice Cream Truck Democracy
Beverly Hills
March 9–April 22, 2023
Sepia-toned image of a young girl with long hair blowing in the wind
Bennett Miller
976 Madison Avenue, New York
March 21–April 22, 2023
Painting of a black man wearing a white fish net tank top and gold watch looking down
Amoako Boafo
what could possibly go wrong, if we tell it like it is
980 Madison Avenue, New York
March 16–April 22, 2023
Abstract oil painting by Mark Grotjahn featuring overlapping strokes of red, blue, and yellow on light beige background which has been scraped in some areas
Mark Grotjahn
Backcountry
Gstaad
February 13–April 1, 2023
Abstract painting in blues, greens, and pinks of grass growing on a weir
Cy Gavin
West 21st Street, New York
February 2–March 18, 2023
Painting by Hao Liang depicting an abstract landscape in muted tones
Hao Liang
The Sad Zither
Grosvenor Hill, London
February 9–March 18, 2023
Detail of a table by Marc Newson carved from a single piece of blue-gray Bardiglio marble
Marc Newson
rue de Castiglione, Paris
January 25–March 18, 2023
Painting by Adam McEwen of a fake obituary for Grace Jones
Adam McEwen
Davies Street, London
January 26–March 18, 2023
A large triangular cut-out by James Turrell with vibrant colors
James Turrell
Confidences
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
October 19, 2022–March 4, 2023
Phyllida Barlow, Rachel Whiteread, Alison Wilding
Hurly-burly
Phyllida Barlow, Rachel Whiteread, Alison Wilding
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
January 19–March 4, 2023
Abstract painting by Cy Twombly featuring primarily white, blue, black, and salmon-colored paint that has many drips
Cy Twombly
980 Madison Avenue, New York
January 20–March 4, 2023
Painting by Jiang Cheng of the head and neck of a person with short blond hair, blue eyes, and red lips
Uncanny Valley
Curated by Yang Zi
Hong Kong
January 31–March 4, 2023
Photography of by Roe Ethridge of a mantle with white poppies in a vase, a Kodak advertisement, and a mirror
Roe Ethridge
American Polychronic
976 Madison Avenue, New York
January 13–February 25, 2023
Painting by Y.Z. Kami featuring a figure wrapped in a white shawl with a cane walking on a path into a green landscape
Y.Z. Kami
Night and Day
555 West 24th Street, New York
January 17–February 25, 2023
Painting by Jim Shaw featuring a portrait of actor Cary Grant
Jim Shaw
Thinking the Unthinkable
Beverly Hills
January 12–February 25, 2023
Screen print by Jonas Wood featuring a Japanese garden printed in 51 colors
Jonas Wood
Prints 2
541 West 24th Street, New York
January 26–February 25, 2023
Llyn Foulkes: Bombs Away, Beverly Hills
Llyn Foulkes
Bombs Away
Beverly Hills
January 21–February 25, 2023
Oil-on-canvas diptych by Karin Kneffel, one part features the head of a woman and the other features a head of a child
Karin Kneffel
Face of a Woman, Head of a Child
Rome
November 11, 2022–January 31, 2023
Timothy Behrens, Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, and Michael Andrews (left to right) at Wheeler’s restaurant in Soho, London, 1963
Friends and Relations
Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Michael Andrews
Grosvenor Hill, London
November 17, 2022–January 28, 2023
Abstract work on paper by Stanley Whitney made with gouache featuring rectangular shape in various bright colors
Stanley Whitney
Paintings on Paper
Gstaad
December 19, 2022–January 28, 2023
Francis Bacon standing in front of paintings in his studio
Bruce Bernard
Portraits of Friends
Grosvenor Hill, London
November 17, 2022–January 28, 2023
A person fabricating a neon work for Douglas Gordon
Douglas Gordon
Neon Ark
Davies Street, London
November 23, 2022–January 14, 2023
Cow that is looking upwards preserved in formaldehyde solution inside a rectangular white metal vitrine
Damien Hirst
Natural History
Britannia Street, London
March 9, 2022–January 7, 2023
Detail of cloisonné work done in blue and white on a lounge chair by Marc Newson
Marc Newson
Athens
October 25, 2022–January 7, 2023
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Hong Kong
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Hong Kong
November 22, 2022–January 7, 2023
A painting by Anna Weyant featuring two identical brunette female figures in camisoles with their hands behind her back, one with her eyes closed and one looking down
Anna Weyant
Baby, It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over
980 Madison Avenue, New York
November 3–December 23, 2022
Painting by Sterling Ruby made of acrylic, oil, and cardboard on canvas
Sterling Ruby
TURBINES
West 21st Street, New York
November 10–December 23, 2022
Glenn Brown: We’ll Keep On Dancing Till We Pay the Rent, 541 West 24th Street, New York
Glenn Brown
We’ll Keep On Dancing Till We Pay the Rent
541 West 24th Street, New York
November 8–December 23, 2022
Anselm Kiefer: Exodus, 555 West 24th Street, New York
Anselm Kiefer
Exodus
555 West 24th Street, New York
November 12–December 23, 2022
Detail of painted torch down from Theaster Gates sculpture
Theaster Gates
Vestment
976 Madison Avenue, New York
November 12–December 23, 2022
Richard Serra, Transmitter, 2020
Richard Serra
Transmitter
Le Bourget
September 18, 2021–December 22, 2022
A detail of a painting featuring a woman’s head, neck, and clavicle against a bright, red-pink background and expressionistic brushstrokes in different colors overlaid
Jenny Saville
Latent
rue de Castiglione, Paris
October 17–December 22, 2022
Painting by Ed Ruscha of four, horizontal wood planks nailed to thinner strip of wood that runs vertically along the left side of the planks
Ed Ruscha
Tom Sawyer Paintings
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
October 19–December 22, 2022
Painting featuring multiple, overlapping loops of red paint on a yellow background in a yellow frame
Cy Twombly
Beverly Hills
September 15–December 17, 2022
Mary Weatherford: Epilogue, Park & 75, New York
Mary Weatherford
Epilogue
Park & 75, New York
October 28–December 17, 2022
A black woman laying on her stomach on a blanket on grass surrounded by a white picket fence
Tyler Mitchell
Chrysalis
Davies Street, London
October 6–November 12, 2022
Yellow exclamation point made of plastic bristles around five and half feet tall
Richard Artschwager
Basel
September 1–November 5, 2022
Fictive architecture of playground slides, tubes, and ladders situated in shallow, walled spaces and lit from above by ocular skylights
Mehdi Ghadyanloo
Hong Kong
September 22–November 5, 2022
Abstract oil painting by Mark Grotjahn featuring overlapping strokes of white and red paint on a dark background which has been scraped in some areas
Mark Grotjahn
Backcountry
Grosvenor Hill, London
September 29–November 5, 2022