October 9, 2020–March 21, 2021
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
A site-specific installation of works created by Sarah Sze engages with the Guggenheim Museum’s unique architecture, culminating with the New York premiere of Timekeeper (2016), from the museum’s collection, at the apex of Frank Lloyd Wright’s renowned building. Bringing together diverse elements that embody Sze’s meditation on our experience of the passage of time, the presentation attests to the artist’s unprecedented approach to materials and space.
Sarah Sze, sketch for exhibition installation at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 2020
Images in Debris
February 6–May 13, 2020
Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto
Sarah Sze’s Images in Debris is the first installment in The City Is a Collection, an exhibition series organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto, that presents privately owned contemporary artworks from throughout the local community. Constellatory, monumental, intimate, and immersive, this work is one in a series of sculptures by the artist where light, movement, images, and architecture coalesce into a single, precarious equilibrium.
Sarah Sze, Images in Debris, 2018 (detail) © Sarah Sze
Sarah Sze in
Surrounds: 11 Installations
October 21, 2019–January 4, 2020
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Surrounds presents eleven watershed installations by living artists from the past two decades, conceived out of different circumstances but united in the scale of their ambition. Work by Sarah Sze is included.
Sarah Sze, Triple Point (Pendulum), 2013 © Sarah Sze