London: Adriana Varejao “Carnivorous” at Victoria Miro Gallery, until August 2.
Adriana Varejao, Díptico Carnívoras Branco (2012).
Photo courtesy of Victoria Miro Gallery.
Tokyo: Fiona Tan “Nellie” at Wako Works of Art, until September 27.
Fiona Tan, Nellie (2013).
Photo courtesy of Wako Works of Art.
Paris: Alex Katz “45 Years of Portraits 1969–2014” at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, July 25–August 28.
Alex Katz, Jean on Horse (1979).
Photo courtesy of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac.
Singapore: Chati Coronel “The First Kiss on Earth” at Silverlens, until July 27.
Chati Coronel, A Kiss is Also an Island (2014).
Photo courtesy of Silverlens.
Hong Kong: Michael Craig-Martin at Gagosian Hong Kong, until August 16.
Michael Craig-Martin, Untitled (headphones) (2014).
Photo courtesy of Gagosian.
Os Gemeos, The moon opera at Galeria Fortes Vilaca, until August 16.
Photo: Courtesy of Galeria Fortes Vilaca.
Italy: Kiki Smith “Path” at Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, until August 30.
Kiki Smith, Bird XIV (2012)
Photo courtesy of Galleria Continua.
London: Aaron Curry “Paintings” at Michael Werner Gallery, until August 9.
Aaron Curry, FinkF (2014).
Photo courtesy of Michael Werner Gallery.
Sydney: Destiny Deacon and Virginia Fraser at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, until July 26.
Installation view, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery (2014).
Photo courtesy of Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
Berlin: Lynn Chadwick “Retrospectives” at Blain|Southern Berlin, until August 30.
Lynn Chadwick, Beast Alerted I (1990).
Photo courtesy of Blain|Southern.
As the dog days of summer approach, we’re dreaming about flying off to some of the world’s most fascinating cities to see equally fascinating art. After all, art lovers never truly take a vacation (and why would we?). In Berlin, Lynn Chadwick‘s shiny, angular beasts are perpetually howling at the moon at Blain|Southern, while Os Gemeos‘ immersive environment in Brazil’s Galeria Fortes Vilaça is a mind-bending trip down the rabbit hole and the brothers’ most physically ambitious project yet. London boasts Adriana Varejao at Victoria Miro Gallery as well as Aaron Curry‘s crazily colorful paintings at Michael Werner. In Italy, Kiki Smith illuminates Galleria Continua with earthy sculptures, while Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac hosts an Alex Katz retrospective in Paris. Tokyo’s Wako Works of Art shows Fiona Tan’s video installation inspired by Rembrandt’s daughter Nellie, while Gagosian Hong Kong features eye-popping works by Michael Craig-Martin. In Sydney, Destiny Deacon and Virginia Fraser share Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
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