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On view at David Zwirner is an exhibition of photographs from the 1970s by American photographer William Eggleston.
September 10, 2020 - October 17, 2020
On view at David Zwirner is an exhibition of photographs from the 1970s by American photographer William Eggleston. Pioneer of color photography, the artist has established a singular pictorial style, combining vernacular subject matter with an innate and sophisticated understanding of color, form, and composition. Eggleston’s photographs transform the ordinary into distinctive, poetic images that eschew fixed meaning. Capturing the storefronts, restaurants, homes, cars, and people of the cities, towns, and settings to which he traveled, these richly detailed images reveal the breadth and individuality of everyday life in often-overlooked settings.
Videotage’s “Foundation - a Web3 Media Art Festival” aims to prepare a new generation of artists for the evolving digital space.
Wang Tuo’s exhibition “The Second Interrogation” looks at cultural censorship in China through video, drawing, painting, and research material.
In “Deep Dive,” White Cube is presenting new paintings and lithographs by the British Nigerian artist Tunji Adeniyi-Jones.
The works on view in José Parlá’s “Phosphene” originate from the artist’s time spent in his hometown of Miami.
LGDR & Wei is sharing a show of works by Francesco Clemente that were all produced in 2023, titled “Winter Flowers”.
Maurice Benayoun’s project "Value of Values" is an ever-evolving neuro-design-based project existing on the blockchain.
Installed within the library of Hong Kong’s Asia Art Archive is a show examining artistic and collective learning models, entitled “The Collective School”.
Zheng Bo’s “Beech, Pine, Fern, Acacia” presents four of the artist’s “biophilia” films together in the same space for the first time ever.
In Tiffany Chung's "entangled traces, disremembered landscapes," cartography becomes art and geographies suggest all of the histories they’ve witnessed.