Upcoming

Jenny Holzer
June 11–July 11, 2020
Online

From her Truisms (1977–79) to IT IS GUNS (2018–ongoing), Jenny Holzer has never shied away from bringing her art to the streets. This exhibition will offer a survey of some of Holzer’s important public projects and interventions.

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Jon Rafman
Nine Eyes of Google Street View
June 25–July 25, 2020
Online

Jon Rafman’s Nine Eyes of Google Street View series (2007–present), an ever-expanding collection of screenshots from the Street View feature of Google Maps, signify in ways that are multiple, ambiguous, and puzzling. Like Baudelaire’s flâneur, Rafman captures moments that are both unique and universal.  
He writes: “this very way of recording our world, this paradoxical relationship between an automated camera filming and a human who seeks connectedness and meaning”.

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Any Day Now
Curated by David Ostrowski
Sophie Gogl, Behrang Karimi, Sophie Reinhold, Trevor Shimizu, Mark van Yetter
June 25–July 25, 2020
Online

David Ostrowski, known for his own radical approach to painting, unites a group of five international artists of his generation for an online exhibition: Any Day Now, named after a song by Scott Walker, examines different artistic positions with a focus on their shared conceptions of figuration, romanticism and the mystical.

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Local Talent

Local Talent
Curated by Thomas Demand
July 04–August 08, 2020
Berlin

In film production, using local talent implies that a cast from the immediate area makes for the most authentic performances. At the same time, the term suggests a limitation of what’s available on a particular set. We are all on a limited set at the moment because no one is allowed to travel, and no one can escape the consequences of this withdrawal. What do the participating artists have in common? They all live in Berlin, still a city of artists, and the selected works all point indirectly at the repercussions of our current situation.

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Hanne Darboven and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeld
Zeichen der Zeit / Zeit der Zeichen
Sign of the Times / Times of the Sign

July–September 2020
London

While Hanne Darboven and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt lived on different sides of the wall in a divided Germany and were unaware of each other’s practice, their juxtaposition in this show makes for a surprising dialogue—not only between their works, but also their exchanges among an international network of artists. The exhibition brings together works and material from the 1970s and early 1980s.

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John Baldessari
The Space Between
Fall 2020
Los Angeles

The exhibition presents John Baldessari’s final series of thirty paintings,The Space Between (2019), that demonstrate the artist’s characteristic combining of text and image. Through spatial overlays and excisions, the works at once deflect and direct our attention, while also betraying the processes by which we encode and decode the world around us. Simultaneously banal, surprising, and poignant, Baldessari’s last works beautifully encapsulate the thrust of his artistic project as a whole: To explore the amorphous spaces between things, people and ideas.

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Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky
September 12–October 24, 2020
Berlin

In September 2020, Andreas Gursky will present a major new body of work. Directing his attention towards international politics and environmental crises, including sustainable and ethical treatment of animals, Gursky continues to expand his “Encyclopedia of Life.”

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