On Monday 14 September, Pace London opened an exhibition of work by Lee Ufan. The exhibition will remain on view until 31 October 2015.
Raqib Shaw: Reinventing the Old Masters will be on view at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, from 19 May – 28 October, 2018. In the exhibition, eight works by Raqib Shaw will be shown, alongside two paintings which have long obsessed him: Joseph Noel Paton’s The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania (1849) and Lucas Cranach’s An Allegory of Melancholy (1528). In 2016 Shaw painted a loose variant of Paton’s extraordinary fairy picture and his version after the Cranach painting
Tim Eitel: Resident is on view at the Kasteel Wijlre. The exhibition, on view in the Hedge House, appears to have been influenced by Eitel's long stay at the country estate. Typical of his ouevre, the work "balances figurative painting with a conceptual approach often discretely recording inconspicuous actions, situations, or objects from everyday life." Tim Eitel: Resident is on view through June 10, 2018 at Kasteel Wijlre in the Netherlands. For more information on the exhibition, visit the
Adam Pendleton is profiled by Robin Pogrebin in New York Times, discussing his supportive upbringing, his literary and cultural influences, as well as the importance of language to his artistic practice. Pendleton explains, "Language shapes our experience or it gives shape to the things we experience. It compels me, it pushes me forward." Pendleton further connects the language around the Black Lives Matter movement with his current project, Black Dada Flag (Black Lives Matter), a flag instal