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Lehmann Maupin is presenting an exhibition by Nigerian-based Gallery Retro Africa named “Do This in Memory of Us,” launching July 19 through August 17 2021.
July 19, 2021 - August 17, 2021
Lehmann Maupin is presenting an exhibition by Nigerian-based Gallery Retro Africa named “Do This in Memory of Us,” open through August 17 2021.
The group show features work by Nigerian-American artist and writer Victor Ehikhamenor, Congolese painter Chéri Samba, and African-American artist Nate Lewis. It will be the first takeover of its kind at Lehmann Maupin and the Nigerian Gallery's first U.S exhibition.
The exhibition focuses on exploring resonances and divergences between African and African American art. “Do This in Memory of Us” examines the relationship between the ancient African kingdom of Benin featuring new works that express the cultural connections between the African heritage and the African American diaspora, building a cohesive theme around Ehikhamenor’s practice.
Elizabeth Neel’s “Arms Now Legs” is on view by appointment at Salon 94’s 89th Street gallery through September 11.
P·P·O·W presents Ann Agee’s third solo exhibition “Madonnas and Hand Warmers” through July 23 2021.
“Stuart Davis in Havana” is on view at Kasmin Gallery on 297 Tenth Avenue through August 13.
The photography exhibition “monument/monumental” by Catherine Opie is on view at Lehmann Maupin in New York through July 2.
Curated by Antwaun Sargent, Gagosian's group exhibition "Social Works" follows a narrative on the relationship between space (of all kinds) and Black social practice.
“A Place For Us,” an immersive exhibition by Iván Argote is on view at Perrotin in New York through August 13.
Kylie Manning’s first solo exhibition with anonymous gallery, “Zweisamkeit – Being In Two is No More Than Double Solitude” features four large-scale oil paintings made through the course of the pandemic.
Rosenberg & Co. is opening a summer exhibition entitled, “A Future We Begin to Feel: Women Artists 1921–1971.”