The retrospective exhibition features over 100 paintings and works on paper spanning more than 60 years of the artist's career. Traveling from les Abattoirs, this is the exhibition's second and final location.
Inviting viewers on a journey of the imagination through painting, this long-awaited first solo exhibition by Peter Doig in Japan covers the artist’s career from early work to latest offerings.
Curated by Louisiana's director Poul Erik Tøjner, "Bronze" presents the first comprehensive museum exhibition dedicated to Kirkeby’s bronze sculptures.
Featuring nearly two hundred works, "A.R. Penck" at Kunstmuseum den Haag is an extraordinary retrospective that includes many paintings and drawings that have rarely been exhibited.
Curated by Massimiliano Gioni and Gary Carrion-Murayari, "Crime and Punishment" is Peter Saul's first museum survey in New York and includes approximately sixty paintings from the last six decades.
This retrospective includes more than ninety of the artist’s paintings from the 1960s through today alongside a selection of bronzes and wax sculptures.
Traveling from Haus der Kunst, Munich, this exhibition spans more than four decades of Jörg Immendorff’s career. It is the exhibition’s second and final location.