Baselitz: Six Decades is the first major US retrospective in more than twenty years of one of Germany’s greatest living artists. With more than 100 works highlighting every phase of Baselitz’s six-decade career from the 1950s to today, this milestone exhibition features work never before seen in the U.S. and cements Baselitz’s reputation as one of the most original and inventive figurative artists of his generation.
A part of the Picasso Méditerranée event, this exhibition pairs for the first time two key figures of modernism. Picasso Picabia features over 150 paintings and drawings from public and private collections as well as photographs and archival material.
On view through 5 August at the Waldfrieden Sculpture Park in Wuppertal, "Death, the Pale Suitor - Plasters" presents a comprehensive selection of the Markus Lüpertz's plaster sculptures, which, like their subsequent bronze versions, are often individually painted.
The group exhibition "Hot Sun, Late Sun: Untamed Modernism" investigates the sun as a motif recurring throughout the modern and postmodern canon. The exhibition features works by Sigmar Polke, Pablo Picasso, and Vincent Van Gogh, among others.
James Lee Byars's "The Red Angel of Marseille" is included in the group exhibition "A Furnace in Marseille. Cirva", on view at Fondazione Querini Stampalia in Venice. The exhibition continues at a second location in Venice, Le Stanze Del Vetro.
Peter Doig's "Milky Way" is on view at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam as part of an ongoing series exhibiting contemporary works inspired by Vincent Van Gogh.
The Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna presents The Shape of Time, an exhibition which places the museum’s permanent collection in dialogue with major artworks dating from 1800 to the present day. Peter Doig’s “Two Trees” is presented alongside Pieter Bruegel’s masterpiece “The Hunters in the Snow”.
"Aaron Curry: Grove" presents three aluminum sculptures originally commissioned for the solo exhibition Melt to Earth, which was installed in the plaza of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York in 2013. The sculptures will be exhibited on the front lawn of deCordova Sculpture Park until July 2019.