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Exhibitions / 2022

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
A person fabricating a neon work for Douglas Gordon
Douglas Gordon
Neon Ark
Davies Street, London
November 23, 2022–January 14, 2023
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Hong Kong
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Hong Kong
November 22, 2022–January 7, 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–March 25, 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
Francis Bacon standing in front of paintings in his studio
Bruce Bernard
Portraits of Friends
Grosvenor Hill, London
November 17, 2022–January 28, 2023
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
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
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
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
Mary Weatherford: Epilogue, Park & 75, New York
Mary Weatherford
Epilogue
Park & 75, New York
October 28–December 17, 2022
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
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
A large triangular cut-out by James Turrell with vibrant colors
James Turrell
Confidences
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
October 19, 2022–March 4, 2023
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
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
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
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
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
Original walnut and tuff console conceived in 1941 by Curzio Malaparte in situ at Casa Malaparte, Capri
Casa Malaparte
Furniture
Park & 75, New York
September 14–October 22, 2022
Various items including a Ken doll, toilet paper, and eight ball that are part of the one thousand digital objects from the CHAOS series by Urs Fischer
Urs Fischer
Denominator
555 West 24th Street, New York
September 9–October 15, 2022
Andy Warhol: Paris and Fashion, rue de Castiglione, Paris
Andy Warhol
Paris and Fashion
rue de Castiglione, Paris
September 8–October 12, 2022
Painting made of layers of oil paint and scraps of images in a frenetic yet highly nuanced composition of an overlapping circle and landscape
Sarah Sze
Athens
September 8–October 20, 2022
Rectangles in different shapes of yellow, orange, pink, and red arranged in a network that resembles a grid or map
Rick Lowe
Meditations on Social Sculpture
541 West 24th Street, New York
September 8–October 22, 2022
Flowers made of terra-cotta with white enamel
Setsuko
Into the Trees II
Rome
September 8–October 29, 2022
Birds-eye view of a street intersection with tire tracks in slushy snow painted in blue tones
Dan Colen
Lover, Lover, Lover
West 21st Street, New York
September 7–October 22, 2022
Yellow exclamation point made of plastic bristles around five and half feet tall
Richard Artschwager
Basel
September 1–November 5, 2022
Digital sculpture of a pave-diamond bird joined to a orange pepper
Urs Fischer
CHAOS #1–#500
Gagosian at Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles
August 20–October 29, 2022
Wood vintage television with strokes of colorful paint applied to the exterior and over the screen, including Chinese characters
Nam June Paik
Art in Process: Part Two
Park & 75, New York
July 19–August 26, 2022
Painting featuring a woman’s eyes, with one shut, and nose, in orange tones
Swiss Made
From Ferdinand Hodler to Urs Fischer
Gstaad
July 15–September 17, 2022
Tall and narrow abstract painting with yellow pour of paint over black ground
Pat Steir
Paintings, Part II
Rome
June 21–September 3, 2022
Detail of a stoneware vessel with black glaze
Theaster Gates
ASHEN
Basel
June 13–July 30, 2022
Abstract painting of purple, green, and pink made with oil paint and mixed media
Amanda Williams
CANDYLADYBLACK
Park & 75, New York
June 10–July 8, 2022
Abstract painting made up of rectangular shapes in red, blue, purple, and white collage and acrylic
Abstract Dissonance
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
June 10–July 30, 2022
Christo erecting 26 Oil Barrels (1961) in Jean-Dominique Lajoux’s studio, Paris, 1961.
Christo
Early Works, 1958–1963
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
June 10–October 8, 2022
Aluminum sculpture by Albert Oehlen that is a humanoid form
Albert Oehlen
Works on Paper and a Sculpture
Athens
June 9–July 30, 2022
Painting by Jim Shaw featuring a portrait of a man who has an another man who is wiping tears from his eyes coming out of the top of his head
Haunted Realism
Grosvenor Hill, London
June 9–August 26, 2022
Installation shot of Tatiana Trouvé's exhibition at Gagosian Paris, featuring four sculptures and one painting.
Tatiana Trouvé
rue de Castiglione, Paris
June 8–September 3, 2022
Painting featuring a side view of an abstracted, bloated figure sitting down
Louise Bonnet
Onslaught
Hong Kong
May 31–August 6, 2022
Painted wood lion sculpture standing on a wood base with TV monitors displaying color video below and behind it
Nam June Paik
Art in Process: Part One
555 West 24th Street, New York
May 24–July 22, 2022
Cast aluminum sculpture of intertwined tree roots and branches with small pieces of colored glass interspersed throughout, which a person can walk through
Cristina Iglesias
Davies Street, London
May 14–August 19, 2022
Circular painting made in blue and white paint featuring a fish in the center surrounded by design motif
Takashi Murakami
An Arrow through History
980 Madison Avenue, New York
May 11–June 25, 2022
Painting of Takashi Murakami as an avatar
Takashi Murakami
An Arrow through History
976 Madison Avenue, New York
May 11–June 25, 2022
Richard Prince in his Reade Street studio, New York, 1987
Richard Prince
Hoods
West 21st Street, New York
May 10–June 25, 2022
Many people outside in a winter landscape ice skating
Andreas Gursky
541 West 24th Street, New York
May 5–July 29, 2022
Painting on wood by Alexandria Smith featuring a landscape in the center with eyes in the upper corners, two faces in profile on the left and right, a dove, and a triangular cloud pointing down toward the landscape
Alexandria Smith
Pretend Gravitas and Dream Aborted Givens
Park & 75, New York
April 28–June 4, 2022
Several strings of clear and green beads hanging vertically
Beginning
Curated by Francesco Bonami
Beverly Hills
April 23–June 11, 2022
Black and white photography by Vera Lutter of Temple of Athena at the Acropolis in Athens
Vera Lutter
Fragments of Time Past
Athens
April 7–May 28, 2022
Detail of painting by David Reed featuring overlapping horizontal brushstrokes of red, white, pink and blue paint
David Reed
Losing and Finding
Basel
March 31–May 21, 2022
Installation featuring a black rectangular painting hanging on a wall and a second rectangular painting with an oval cut-out in the center folded in half resting on the floor below
Steven Parrino
rue de Castiglione, Paris
March 31–May 28, 2022
Painting by Adam McEwen featuring a black and white outline of an air conditioner on a grey background
Adam McEwen
Execute
980 Madison Avenue, New York
March 18–April 23, 2022
Fictive architecture of playground slides, tubes, and ladders situated in shallow, walled spaces and lit from above by ocular skylights
Mehdi Ghadyanloo
976 Madison Avenue, New York
March 17–April 23, 2022
Painting featuring an angel kneeling and handing a flowers to an African American woman in front of a rundown car with onlookers
Titus Kaphar
New Alte̲rs: Reworking Devotion
Grosvenor Hill, London
March 17–May 15, 2022
Painting by Francis Bacon of a man, possibly a pope or dictator, with mouth open sitting down with pink flowers in the foreground
Francis Bacon
The First Pope
Davies Street, London
March 15–April 23, 2022
Walton Ford, Cabeza de Vaca, 2021
Walton Ford
555 West 24th Street, New York
March 11–May 7, 2022
Awol Erizku, Lion (Body) I, 2022
Awol Erizku
Memories of a Lost Sphinx
Park & 75, New York
March 10–April 16, 2022
Square-shaped painting made by Pat Steir with a red background and distinct orange, yellow, and blue brushstroke overlaid near the top which drips down to the bottom of the canvas
Pat Steir
Paintings
Rome
March 10–June 18, 2022
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
Michael Heizer, Rock/Steel #4, 2021
Michael Heizer
West 21st Street, New York
March 3–April 16, 2022
Damien Hirst, Sid, 2016
Damien Hirst
Myths, Legends and Monsters
Gstaad
February 14–March 26, 2022
Steven Parrino, It (Blob #1), 1994
Steven Parrino
Basel
February 3–March 19, 2022
Ed Ruscha, Metro Mattress #12, 2015
Ruins and Fragments
Athens
February 3–March 23, 2022
Simon Hantaï, Tabula, 1976–78
Simon Hantaï
Les blancs de la couleur, la couleur du blanc
980 Madison Avenue, New York
January 27–March 5, 2022
Left: Anthony Caro, Month of May, 1963. Right: Jack Bush, Brown Pole, 1968
Caro and North American Painters
Grosvenor Hill, London
January 27–March 5, 2022
Rachel Feinstein, Nicodemus and Jesus Detail, 2021
Rachel Feinstein
Mirror
Davies Street, London
January 27–March 5, 2022
Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Anooralya Yam, 1995
Emily
Desert Painter of Australia
rue de Ponthieu, Paris
January 21–March 26, 2022
Damien Hirst, Mickey, 2017
Damien Hirst
Forgiving and Forgetting
541 West 24th Street, New York
January 20–April 16, 2022
Helen Frankenthaler, Ocean Drive West #1, 1974
Helen Frankenthaler
Selected Works
rue de Castiglione, Paris
January 18–March 26, 2022
Jeff Wall, Sunseeker, 2021
Jeff Wall
Beverly Hills
January 13–March 26, 2022
Arakawa, Waiting Voices, 1976–77
Arakawa
Waiting Voices
Basel
November 25, 2021–January 22, 2022
Jonas Wood, Yellow Flower with Lines 2, 2021
Jonas Wood
Hong Kong
November 23, 2021–February 12, 2022
Sterling Ruby, DROP. PISSING., 2021
Sterling Ruby
FUTURE PRESENT
Rome
November 20, 2021–February 19, 2022
Donald Judd, untitled, 1960
Donald Judd
Paintings 1959–1961
555 West 24th Street, New York
November 10, 2021–January 22, 2022
Neil Jenney, Modern Africa #4, 2020–21
Neil Jenney
AMERICAN REALISM TODAY
976 Madison Avenue, New York
November 9, 2021–January 29, 2022
Dan Flavin, untitled (to Sabine and Holger), 1966–71
Dan Flavin
Park & 75, New York
November 9, 2021–January 29, 2022
Damien Hirst, Safety, 2015
Damien Hirst
Emergency Paintings, Danger Paintings, Hazard Pictures and Seizures
Britannia Street, London
October 5, 2021–February 5, 2022
John Chamberlain, Diamond Lee, 1969
John Chamberlain
Stance, Rhythm, and Tilt
West 21st Street, New York
September 28, 2021–February 5, 2022
Richard Serra, Transmitter, 2020
Richard Serra
Transmitter
Le Bourget
September 18, 2021–December 22, 2022