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“Pardo é Papel: Close a door to open a window” is Maxwell Alexandre’s debut solo exhibition in the untied kingdom.
December 2, 2020 - January 30, 2021
“Pardo é Papel: Close a door to open a window” at David Zwirner is Maxwell Alexandre’s debut solo exhibition in the Untied Kingdom. Conceived and organized like a musical album, the exhibition features a series of large-scale paintings on paper bearing influences of global hip-hop on Black contemporary storytelling. Through works like the title painting Close a door to open a window (which features an illustration often found on LSD blotter sheets) and Dalila retocando meus dreads, depicting a scene at a barbershop, the Brazilian artist creates a narrative on the coexisting Latin American colonial and Afrodiasporic legacies that affect the country’s Black society.
Mary Weatherford’s “Train Yards” features paintings by the artist that combine notions of urban and rural environments with an abstracted viewpoint.
“Recent Works” by Imi Knoebel features creations with historical roots, looking back to works previously conceived by the artist.
An exhibition of works by the late artist Al Held, “The Sixties” focuses on works created in New York during the decade.
Featuring a series of paintings, neon, sculptures, and film, Tracey Emin’s “Living Under the Hunters Moon” is a presentation of works conceived to accompany the Royal Academy of Arts, London’s major exhibition “Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch: The Loneliness of the Soul.”
“Fly in League with the Night” is the first-ever major survey of the figurative painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.
agosian presents “Train Yards,” an exhibition of paintings by Mary Weatherford.
On view at Gagosian is Meleko Mokgosi’s first solo exhibition in Europe, drawn from his grand project “Democratic Intuition” (2014-2019).
After more than 20 years, Tate Modern is hosting the first exhibition to show the full breadth of work by Bruce Nauman in London.