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Adam McEwen
Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

In this episode of the Brooklyn Rail’s New Social Environment online conversation series, Adam McEwen joins host and Rail editor-at-large Thyrza Nichols Goodeve to discuss the connection between writing obituaries for the Daily Telegraph and his practice centered on “a space that conflates a beleaguered present with the afterlife of a potent and contentious moment in art history.” The conversation is closed by poet Chris Martin.

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Ed Ruscha, CERTAIN FACTS, 2020 © Ed Ruscha. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen

In Conversation

Adam McEwen, Bob Monk, and Lisa Turvey on Ed Ruscha

Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 5pm EDT

On the occasion of Artist Spotlight: Ed Ruscha, join artist Adam McEwenGagosian director Bob Monk, and Lisa Turvey, editor of the catalogue raisonné of Ed Ruscha’s works on paper, for an online conversation. The trio will discuss how Ruscha has experimented with the sound, appearance, and sense of language to imbue his works on paper with humor and pathos. To join, register at zoom.us.

Ed Ruscha, CERTAIN FACTS, 2020 © Ed Ruscha. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen

Photo: Aubrey Mayer

In Conversation

Adam McEwen
Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

Monday, June 22, 2020, 1pm EDT

Adam McEwen will speak with writer Thyrza Nichols Goodeve as part of the Brooklyn Rail’s Daily Social Environment series. The pair will discuss McEwen’s practice within the context of art-making today, including his film Escape from New York (2014) and fictional obituaries of living people. To register for the online event, visit brooklynrail.org.

Escape from New York, which captures the monotonous, almost hypnotic experience of speeding outbound through the four major tunnels in the island of Manhattan, is currently on view through the windows of Gagosian, Park & 75, New York. 

Photo: Aubrey Mayer

Adam McEwen, Chocked Rim, 2019 © Adam McEwen

Benefit

Adam McEwen
Summer Party

Saturday, June 8, 2019, 12–4pm
Glass House, New Canaan, Connecticut
theglasshouse.org

Adam McEwen has been selected as the guest artist for the Glass House’s seventieth-anniversary Summer Party, which benefits the iconic Philip Johnson–designed house and site. McEwen’s artwork Chocked Rim (2019) is on display in the Glass House, and the artist has created a limited-edition sculpture for the occasion. The work, entitled Hubcap, is a machined graphite version of the hubcap of a late-1950s Mercedes “Gullwing” coupe, a car Johnson drove. To attend the event, purchase tickets at theglasshouse.org.

Adam McEwen, Chocked Rim, 2019 © Adam McEwen

Adriana Varejão: In the Studio

Work in Progress
Adriana Varejão: In the Studio

Join Adriana Varejão at her studio in Rio de Janeiro as she prepares for her upcoming exhibition at Gagosian in New York. She speaks about the inspirations for her “tile” paintings, from Portuguese azulejos to the Brazilian Baroque to the Talavera ceramic tradition of Mexico, and reveals for the first time her unique process for creating these works.

Gerhard Richter’s Helen (1963) on the cover of Gagosian Quarterly, Spring 2021

Now available
Gagosian Quarterly Spring 2021

The Spring 2021 issue of Gagosian Quarterly is now available, featuring Gerhard Richter’s Helen (1963) on its cover.

David Adjaye (left). Photo: Chris Schwagga. Zoë Ryan (right). Photo: Clare Britt

In Conversation
Sir David Adjaye OBE and Zoë Ryan

Architect David Adjaye discusses his archival project Adjaye Africa Architecture: A Photographic Survey of Metropolitan Architecture with Zoë Ryan, Daniel W. Dietrich, II Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania. For this decade-long project, published in seven volumes, Adjaye traveled to the capital city of every major African country to photograph the continent’s built environment.

Portraits of Meleko Mokgosi and Isaac Julien

Artist to Artist: Isaac Julien and Meleko Mokgosi

This video features a dialogue between artists Isaac Julien and Meleko Mokgosi, moderated by Zoé Whitley, director of Chisenhale Gallery, London, and presented by Gagosian in partnership with the Decolonising Arts Institute of the University of the Arts London (UAL). The two artists discuss narrative and montage strategies in their respective practices as filmmaker and painter.

Gisele Castro and Nathaniel Mary Quinn at exalt’s annual gala, New York, 2017

The Bigger Picture
Exalt: Youth Justice Can’t Stop

As 2020 came to a close, Nathaniel Mary Quinn spoke with Gisele Castro, executive director of exalt, a New York City nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of court-involved youth by providing a path to success through effective educational engagement. Quinn is a former educator at exalt and now serves as a member of the organization’s board.

Edmund de Waal and Theaster Gates

Artist to Artist: Edmund de Waal and Theaster Gates

Join the artists for an extended conversation about their most recent exhibitions, their forebears in the world of ceramics, and the key role that history plays in their practices.

Installation view, Meleko Mokgosi, Democratic Intuition

In Conversation
Meleko Mokgosi and Louise Neri

On the occasion of Meleko Mokgosi’s recent exhibition Democratic Intuition, the artist speaks with Louise Neri about notions of pedagogy, the nation state, and value systems wrapped up in his visual epic.

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The Iconoclasts: Part 1

The first installment of a four-part story cycle by Anne Boyer.

From left to right: Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Elvira Dyangani Ose, and Sarah Cosulich

Leaders in the Arts: Italy Edition

We invited Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev to select two outstanding arts professionals to join her in a conversation about their career trajectories, current projects, and goals for the future.

Hank Willis Thomas and Chitose Abe

Fashion and Art: Hank Willis Thomas and Chitose Abe

Artist Hank Willis Thomas and Chitose Abe, the creative director and founder of Sacai, speak with the Quarterly’s Wyatt Allgeier about their recent collaboration.

The Tribuna, c. 1560, Museo di Palazzo Grimani, Venice. Photo: courtesy of Polo Museale del Veneto

Venetian Heritage

Venetian Heritage, a philanthropic organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Venice’s cultural treasures, has pursued its mission for two decades. Here, the architect Peter Marino, the organization’s chairman, joins Toto Bergamo Rossi, director of the Venice office, to tell Gagosian director Jason Ysenburg about the history and future of the organization and its program for the 2019 Venice Biennale.

The dining room, lined with an early nineteenth-century papier peint and featuring a large crystal chandelier in the center, seen from the library

Studio Peregalli

Art historian and curator Sergio Risaliti speaks with Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori Rimini, the duo behind the interior design firm Studio Peregalli, about their philosophical approach to design, the cinematic quality of their rooms, and the publication of their latest monograph, Grand Tour: The Worldly Projects of Studio Peregalli.