Tag Archives: Hauser and Wirth

RONI HORN IN CONVERSATION

Roni Horn and LACMA director Michael Govan—in conjunction with the museum’s View From Here program—will discuss how “recently acquired artworks…function historically in an encyclopedic collection, and how they provide us with a window into the challenges and joys of art making.”*

To r.s.v.p. for the online conversation, see link below.

VIEW FROM HERE—RONI HORN and MICHAEL GOVAN

LACMA

Friday, October 9.

Noon on the West Coast; 3 pm East Coast.

Roni Horn. Images courtesy and © the artist and Hauser & Wirth.


LUCHITA HURTADO —JUST DOWN THE STREET

If I have a voice at all, I’m going to use it… to complain [laughter]. Because it’s the only way that you get anything done. — Luchita Hurtado*

The exhibition LUCHITA HURTADO—JUST DOWN THE STREET is now open in Zürich. The show brings together the artist’s drawings and paintings on paper from the 1960s.

LUCHITA HURTADO—JUST DOWN THE STREET

Through July 31.

Hauser & Wirth

Limmatstrasse 270, Zürich.

*Hurtado and Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation at LACMA, February 2020.

Luchita Hurtado, from top: Untitled, 1965, acrylic on paper; Just Down the Street, 1965, oil on paper; Portrait, 1965 / 1968, oil on paper; Luchita Hurtado—Just Down the Street, May 11, 2020–July 31, 2020, installation view; Untitled, circa 1957 / 1968, oil and conte on paper; Untitled, 1968, oil and graphite on paper. Artwork photographs by Jeff McLane. Images courtesy and © 2020 the artist and Hauser & Wirth.

AVERY SINGER AND ARAM MOSHAYEDI

In conjunction with Hauser & Wirth’s presentation of the work of Avery Singer at Frieze Los Angeles, the artist will join Hammer Museum curator Aram Moshayedi for a conversation “[exploring] Singer’s distinctive use of digital tools, including 3D modeling software, her deft engagement with established traditions of archival documentation, and her groundbreaking techniques that she uses to question the ways in which images and their distribution are increasingly informed by new media and technologies.”*

AVERY SINGER IN CONVERSATION WITH ARAM MOSHAYEDI*

Saturday, February 15, at 4 pm.

Hauser & Wirth

901 East 3rd Street, downtown Los Angeles.

Avery Singer. Artwork images and artist photograph courtesy and © the artist and Hauser & Wirth.

RASHID JOHNSON — THE HIKERS IN PERFORMANCE

As part of THE HIKERSRashid Johnson’s new show and film at Hauser & Wirth New York—Martha Graham Dance Company members Leslie Andrea Williams and Lloyd Knight will perform a dance/movement iteration of the work.

THE HIKERS IN PERFORMANCE

Saturday, January 11, at 2 pm and 4 pm.

Hauser & Wirth

548 West 22nd Street, New York City.

Rashid Johnson, The Hikers, from top: Leslie Andrea Williams and Lloyd Knight in performance (2); Williams, choreographed by Claudia Schrier, photographs by Tony Prikryl, Aspen Art Museum, 2019. Rashid Johnson, Untitled Broken Men; The Hikers, film still. Images courtesy and © the artist, the Aspen Art Museum, and Hauser & Wirth.

PHILIP GUSTON — RESILIENCE

RESILIENCE—PHILIP GUSTON IN 1971 is the first local solo exhibition of the artist’s paintings and drawings in over half a century. The show—at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles, and curated by his daughter Musa Mayer—is on view for one more week.

The paintings in the exhibition were made in Rome during an extended Italian trip in 1971. Guston had recently weathered a storm of negative reaction to his 1970 show of work at the Marlborough Gallery in New York City.

I’ve found no better word than “resilience” to describe that particular year in my father’s work and life, and indeed to characterize his entire life, especially his early life, when he discovered the great art and artists of the past and quite literally drew and painted a new identity for himself. — Musa Mayer

RESILIENCE—PHILIP GUSTON IN 1971

Through January 5.

Hauser & Wirth

901 East 3rd Street, downtown Los Angeles.

Resilience—Philip Guston in 1971, Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles, September 14, 2019––January 5, 2020, paintings, from top: Untitled, 1971, oil on paper; Hand and Stick, 1971, oil on canvas; Untitled, 1971, oil on paper mounted on panel; Untitled (Roma), 1971, oil on paper; Untitled (Roma) , 1971, oil on paper mounted on panel. The Nixon Drawings and the Poor Richard series (all 1971) are pen and India ink on paper. The film still of Guston in his Woodstock, New York, studio, summer 1971, is from footage shot by Michael Blackwood. Images courtesy and © the Estate of Philip Guston, Musa Meyer, Michael Blackwood Productions, and Hauser & Wirth.