This fall in London, the Gagosian Davies Street paired with the Musée Rodin for a second joint project, this time juxtaposing Auguste Rodin’s posthumous bronzes in dialogue with those of British contemporary sculptor, Thomas Houseago.
Thomas Houseago’s “Recovery Works” opens September 3 at Xavier Hufkens in Brussels. —As the title suggests, the show proposes a return to health after the… Read More »A Look Inside the Mind of Thomas Houseago with “Recovery Works”
Spending time in Paris this spring? Be sure to visit these exhibitions at the city’s top museums, collections, and galleries. “Metamorphosis. Art in Europe Now”Fondation… Read More »Jean-Michel Othoniel, Giulio Paolini, Camille Blatrix, and More Must See Paris Exhibitions
In 2008 Thomas Houseago moved to Los Angeles, where he found an industrial space with even more room than he maybe needed. But if you’ve… Read More »Thomas Houseago in his L.A. Studio Preps for “Almost Human”
Finding ourselves in Los Angeles for the very first edition of Whitewaller Los Angeles is a great way to start the year! This edition marks… Read More »Whitewaller L.A. Launches for First Frieze Los Angeles
Musicians Anthony Kiedis and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers are hosting a private benefit tonight in Los Angeles to benefit the Silverlake Conservatory of Music.… Read More »A Night of Art and Music for the Silverlake Conservatory of Music
“It was a pleasure from beginning to end, which is a rare thing when you’re making sculpture. There’s usually a lot of heartbreak and pain… Read More »Thomas Houseago on “Masks (Pentagon)” at Rockefeller Plaza: I Want to Let People in
MONDAY Roy Lichtenstein: “The Popular Image” at Mitchell-Innes & NashNovember 10–December 191018 Madison AvenueMitchell-Innes & Nash presents an exhibition of works by Roy Lichtenstein focusing… Read More »Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in New York (November 10–16)