Ed Ruscha will be presented with the J. Paul Getty Medal in honor of his work as a painter, draftsman, photographer, and bookmaker.
Photo: Sten Rosenlund
January 14–18, 2019, 10am–6pm
USC School of Architecture, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
The five-day pop-up screening showcases Premium (1971) and Miracle (1975), two rare films made by Ed Ruscha. Both films, featuring Ruscha’s signature deadpan humor and keen translation of the contemporary American condition, offer an exploration of storytelling and the conventional narrative codes of Hollywood. The event is free and open to the public.
Ed Ruscha, Miracle, 1975 (still) © Ed Ruscha
Friday, June 8, 2018, 6:30–7:30pm
National Gallery, London
Ed Ruscha has shaped the way we see the American landscape over the span of his influential six-decade career. Hear him discuss his upcoming exhibition, Ed Ruscha: Course of Empire, opening at the National Gallery on June 11, with Christopher Riopelle, the museum’s Neil Westreich curator of post-1800 paintings. To attend the event, purchase tickets at www.nationalgallery.org.uk.
Photo: Manfredi Gioacchini
Sunday, April 8, 2018, 2pm
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Ed Ruscha and Tom McCarthy will discuss the influence the nineteenth-century landscape painter Thomas Cole has had on their careers in conjunction with the exhibition Thomas Cole’s Journey, organized by the Met’s Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture Elizabeth Kornhauser. To attend the event, purchase tickets at www.metmuseum.org.
Thomas Cole, View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm—The Oxbow, 1836, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Photo © The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Marc Newson & Derek Blasberg
Marc Newson tells Derek Blasberg about his newest creations, explaining the backstory of these ornate works.
Gagosian Quarterly Summer 2019
The Summer 2019 issue of Gagosian Quarterly is now available, featuring a detail from Afrylic by Ellen Gallagher on its cover.
Andy Warhol: Everything Is Good
Richard Hell writes about the “transcendentally camp” Pop artist, portraitist of daily life.
Frieze Sculpture New York: An Interview with Brett Littman
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Roy Lichtenstein: 1961 to 1965
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Jeff Wall: The World as It Appears
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Time by Dance by Paik
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Zeng Fanzhi on Cézanne, Morandi, and Sanyu
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David Bailey: The Sixties
The photographer speaks about his signature portraits of the 1960s, recounting how he came to photograph such luminaries of the era as Mick Jagger, Jean Shrimpton, and Andy Warhol, among many others.
Helen Frankenthaler: Sea Change
Elizabeth Smith, executive director of the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, and curator John Elderfield discuss a decade of Frankenthaler’s work on the occasion of her first exhibition of paintings in Rome.
Anna Eavis, the curatorial director of English Heritage, traces the history of Kenwood House and details the remarkable collection of paintings that reside there.