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Lawrence Weiner, Group Show at ArtWise gallery, New York, USA

The Exhibition #ArtWiseUP: Designer Series – Words, Lettering & Poetry will be open from 31 May until 30 June 2019 at ArtWise gallery in New York. Interior designers everywhere, when hunting for an extra something that will add a measure of sparkle to a space, seem to be turning again and again to words in many forms. Adding an element of conceptual lyricism and visual dynamism, handwriting and typography offer a glimmer in the creative process, a category of poetry on another plane, even when it is sometimes accomplished only with letterforms. The Group Show includes the work of Lawrence Weiner.

Lawrence Weiner partecipating at the new Podcast series “Public Art Works” by Public Art Fund, New York, USA

This Friday 21 June 2019 Public Art Fund will celebrate the launch of their new podcast, Public Art WorksHosted by Tony- and Emmy-winning actor, Jeffrey Wright, this six-episode dialogue will explore current social and political affairs within the art world. Tune-in for a conversation about monuments and representation with artist Hank Willis Thomas and Ford Foundation President Darren Walker, followed by a discussion about the intricacies of public space with artists like Lawrence Weiner, Kate Gilmore, Xaviera Simmons, and filmmaker & activist Paola Mendoza. Other episodes will include prominent voices such as Ai Weiwei, culinary author Joe Di Stefano, Director of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College Tom Eccles and others. All the episodes will be released on Friday, June 21 2019.

Lawrence Weiner, Henzel Studio Collaborations at The NEW – Twentieth gallery, Los Angeles

The Exhibition “OFFSITE: Twentieth x Henzel Studio Exhibition” at Twentieth gallery  is open from 20 June / 20 August 2019 in Los Angeles, USA.

Since 1999 Twentieth has been a leader in the curation of contemporary luxury furnishings and decor, bringing together the finest international designs with work from leading edge talent to create an environment that blends design and art into a unique aesthetic vision. In 2016 Twentieth launched THE NEW, a space next door that presents rotating exhibitions of exclusive new work situated at the intersection of Art and Design.

Twentieth’s summer exhibition at THE NEW will feature Henzel Studio rugs designed by artists, including works by Lawrence Weiner, Richard Prince, Helmut Lang and Marilyn Minter. It will also mark the US debut of rugs by Tony Oursler, Ashley Bickerton, Jwan Yosef and Carsten Höller as well as the first rug created for Henzel Studio by Videre Licet.

Lawrence Weiner, Group Show, Guggenheim Collection

“Artistic License” The first-ever artist-curated Exhibition mounted at the Guggenheim celebrates the Museum’s extensive collection of modern and contemporary art. Curated by Cai Guo-Qiang, Paul Chan, Jenny Holzer, Julie Mehretu, Richard Prince, and Carrie Mae Weems – artists who each have had influential solo shows at the museum—Artistic License brings together both well-known and rarely seen works from the turn of the century to 1980. The Group Show will be on view until January 2020.

Shilpa Gupta, group show at ZKM Centre for Art and Media

The group exhibition  »Negative Space« endeavors to change the dominating view of modern and contemporary sculpture by telling a different story. With the aim to investigate the relationship between sculpture and space in a decidedly spatial way, the presented art works address the sculptural phenomenon in relation to diverse spatial concepts: Open spaces, surrounding, hollow and intermediate spaces, mirror, light and shadow spaces, virtual data spaces, etc. The exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of the art of sculpture, which – in contrast to the traditional concept – is committed to contour, emptiness, and levitation. Visitors will encounter what is light instead of heavy, what is not full but empty, what is marked open instead of closed, what is not dense but diaphanous, airy, and light. The show is up from 6 April until 11 August 2019 at ZKM Centre for Art and Media and includes the work of Shilpa Gupta.

Latifa Echakhch at Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany

The Solo show “Liberty and Tree” by Latifa Echakhch will be on view on 11 July 2019 at Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany. The Exhibition of the artist Latifa Echakhch that is well known for her site-specific installations and interventions. Her works invariably relate to wherever they are being exhibited, specifically to the architecture and local roots. Referring to the formal idioms of Minimal art and Concrete art, she links these to materials such as ink or yarn, and to objects such as books, photographs or mussels, weaving them into her narratives along the way. Latifa Echakhch’s unique feeling for materials is bound up with social-political content and issues concerning cultural roots, the consequences of migration and the significance of revolutions. The show will be open until the 20th of October 2019.  

Adel Abdessemed, Simon Fujiwara and Thomas Hirshhorn at Le Centre d’Art Contemporain La Panacée, Montpellier, France

The group Exhibition “La rue. Où le monde se crée” that includes the works of Adel Abdessemed, Simon Fujiwara, Thomas Hirshhorn and others will be on view from 8 June until 18 August 2019 at La Panacée, Montpellier in France. After a first exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art MAXXI of Rome, La Rue. Where the world is created, designed by Hou Hanru, gives pride to the video. Indeed, it is through screens that we see the world today, as interfaces between private and public sphere. Bringing together 60 artists from around the world, the exhibition offers a lively, poetic and political panorama of the public square.  Among the topics covered include: the politics, including a clash of drawings and paintings related to social movements, protests and demonstrations the daily that includes work, leisure, meals. Artists perceive the street as an extension of the domestic space and as a space of marginalization and social exclusion. Action: the street has been invested since at least the 1960s by the artists. It has often been thought of as the privileged context of experiments and actions. A transitional space: The street allows porosities between inside and outside, moments of sharing and common experiences. Mapping: traffic, commerce, entertainment, lighting will draw hierarchy systems.