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From October 12—December 23, Amy Sherald’s first-ever solo exhibition in Europe, "The World We Make," is on view at Hauser & Wirth in London.
October 12, 2022 - December 23, 2022
From October 12—December 23, Amy Sherald’s first-ever solo exhibition in Europe is on view at Hauser & Wirth’s London gallery, filling the entirety of its presentation spaces. Titled “The World We Make,” Sherald’s new works continue her acclaimed practice in scales ranging from intimate to monumental, which follow the artist’s exploration of traditions of portraiture that immortalize moments of humanity and beauty in the lives of her Black subjects. Too long removed from the Western art historical canon and its portraits, Sherald’s works reinserts Black subjects into this narrative through scenes both of the artist’s own imagination and in recreations of iconic moments, like For love, and for country, which looks to Alfred Eisenstaedt’s 1945 photograph of a couple embracing, V-J Day in Times Square.
The new works in Nathaniel Mary Quinn’s “SCENES” see the artist’s singular style of portraiture utilized in an exploration of film.
Teresita Fernández’s “Caribbean Cosmos” invites viewers to reflect on definitions of land and location in relation to violence and colonization.
Gagosian’s Grosvenor Hill gallery presents Mark Grotjahn's “Backcountry," named in reference to the artist's time spent in Colorado.
From October 11—November 12, Pace Gallery in London’s Hanover Square is presenting an exhibition of paintings by the late artist Sam Gilliam.
Presented by 180 Studios at 180 The Strand is a major video installation by Richard Mosse, shown in an exhibition with related photographs.
From September 23—December 23, Anne Imhof takes over the London gallery of Sprüth Magers with her exhibition “Avatar II”.
“Dindga!” Is Dindga McCannon’s first solo exhibition in Europe, on view at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery in London from October 11—November 12.
Secundino Hernández’s exhibition “time TIME” continues his exploration of a painting vocabulary focused on line, form, color, and gesture.