Here Are 14 Galleries With Brand-New Viewing Rooms You Can Explore Now
See new works by Rasheed Araeen, David Hockney, and others.
It seems that every day now, a new spate of galleries announce the launch of their virtual viewing rooms, inviting housebound art-lovers to explore art from home. These viewing rooms vary widely, from video tours and interactive walkthroughs, to highly detailed installation photos.
So what’s the very latest? Here are some new digital exhibitions you can visit now.
“Alexis Rockman: Lost at Sea” at Sperone Westwater
What’s On View: New York painter Alexis Rockman’s new series, titled “Lost at Sea,” includes nine new paintings and works on paper that blend scientific imagery with an apocalyptic vision of the ecological state of the planet.
Dates: Through May 8, 2020
What’s On View: Gagosian is opting for the less-is-more approach with single-artist viewing rooms, including one anchored by Cecily Brown’s pivotal 2001 painting Figures in a Landscape 1.
The energetically yet expertly rendered canvas comes from a key moment in Brown’s development, having been made during a breakthrough period in which she created some of her most sought-after works.
Dates: Through May 10, 2020
“Cuban Energies In Art” at Galleria Continua
What’s On View: The work of Cuban artists Alejandro Campins, Iván Capote, Yoan Capote, Elizabet Cerviño, Carlos Garaicoa, Osvaldo González, Luis López-Chávez, José Mesías, Susana Pilar, and José Yaque.
What’s On View: A group of works by Claudia Comte, Jose Dávila, Elmgreen & Dragset, Katharina Grosse, Jeppe Hein, Camille Henrot, Alicja Kwade, Anselm Reyle, Michael Sailstorfer, Andreas Schmitten, Chiharu Shiota, Tatiana Trouvé, Rinus van de Velde, Jorinde Voigt, and Erwin Wurm.
“Bodily Objects” at Richard Saltoun
What’s On View: A selection of works by four feminist artists—Penny Slinger, Rose English, Renate Bertlmann, and Helen Chadwick—exploring themes of Surrealism, sexuality, and subversion. “Bodily Objects” is curated by Philomena Epps.
Dates: Through June 30, 2020
“Never-Before-Seen” at Cortesi Gallery
What’s On View: Works by Agostino Bonalumi, Lucio Fontana, Otto Piene, and Giuseppe Santomaso.
What’s On View: Works by Johnny Abrahams, Stephen Chambers, Daniel Crews-Chubb, Ibrahim El-Salahi, Marcus Harvey, Jamaal Peterman, Duncan Macaskill, Oliver Marsden, Spiller + Cameron, and Bram Bogart.
Dates: Through June 30, 2020
“Rasheed Araeen: In the Midst of Darkness” at Aicon Art
What’s On View: Bright new geometric paintings by Rasheed Araeen appear alongside a selection of the artist’s earlier works from the 1960s and 1980s. The Karachi-born Araeen, who emerged in the 1960s, is considered a pioneer of Minimalist and Conceptual art.
Dates: Through May 23, 2020
“Dale Chihuly: Prints and Drawings” at Sims Reed
What’s On View: Dale Chihuly is famed as the maestro of blown glass art, but he is also a prolific draughtsman. Here, dozens of his colorful, energetic prints and drawings are on view.
“David Hockney: Prints” at Lyndsey Ingram
What’s On View: Fourteen etchings and lithographs by David Hockney, including images of some of his iconic works, such as his Van Gogh Chair (1998) and few swimming pools, too.
Dates: Through May 8
“The Time Is Now” at Carpenters Workshop Gallery
What’s On View: This group show explores artworks that incorporate elements of timekeeping, including art-meets-design objects by Morgan Tschiember, Atelier Van Lieshout, and Maarten Baas, among others.
“Joie de Vivre” at Zeit Contemporary Art
What’s On View: A mix of Postwar, Modern, and contemporary works that embody a sense of jubilance and wonder about the natural world, including works by Sam Francis, a joyous Keith Haring screenprint, and Alex Katz’s bright botanicals.
Dates: Through May 31
What’s On View: Works by a mix of gallery artists including Martha Tuttle, Brenda Youngblood, and Egan Frantz.
What’s On View: Works by Imi Knoebel, Landon Metz, Terry Haggerty, Ricardo Alcaide, Bob & Roberta Smith, Mike Meiré, Anna Dickinson, and Boris Rebetez.
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