Gallery Shows

78-1108, 1978, by Cho Yong-Ik. Acrylic on canvas. Courtesy Olivier Malingue.

Cho Yong-Ik at Olivier Malingue

This month another contemporary gallery joins the Mayfair throng, proving that London’s art scene shows no sign of slowing down. ...
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Installation view, Kimiya Yoshikawa, Future Island, Courtesy Mehta Bell Projects

Future Island: Taiwanese Artists at START Art

This weekend START returns to the Saatchi gallery for its third instalment. Both new and established commercial galleries come together ...
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Untitled, 1974, by Young Hyun-keun. Courtesy PKM Gallery.

Lee Ufan at Kamel Mennour and Korean

Korean artists, both established and contemporary were omnipresent at Art Basel this year, echoing the success their work has achieved ...
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Nyoman Masriadi at Paul Kasmin Gallery

Nyoman Masriadi A thought-provoking presentation of the Balinese artist’s new paintings which explore universal human flaws. Displayed alongside works from ...
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Yoko Ono at MAC Lyon

‘Yoko Ono: Lumiere de l’Aube’ at the Musee d’Art Contemporaine, Lyon β€œPurge the world of bourgeois sickness, β€˜intellectual’, professional & ...
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160121, 2016. Courtesy the artist and PACE Gallery.

Wang Guangle at PACE London

For Yellow – the first solo exhibition of work by Wang Guangle in Europe, Pace has brought together a selection ...
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Hunting the Ecstacy, 2015 by Reza Derakshani. Courtesy of the artist and Sophia Contemporary

Reza Derakshani

A new gallery dedicated to the art of the Middle East and Iran has opened this month in London’s Mayfair. ...
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PARK Seo-Bo at White Cube, London

This month White Cube presents the first solo exhibition of the Korean Modernist artist Park Seo-Bo in the UK. Lauded ...
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Song Yige at Marlborough Fine Art

This month Marlborough Fine Art stages an exhibition of paintings by the Beijing-based artist Song Yige. This is the first ...
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Intervention Number 1, 1985. Courtesy the artist and VeneKlasen Werner.

Koji Enokura at VeneKlasen Werner, Berlin

Throughout his professional life Koji Enokura created works that challenged the established modes of Japanese art. Rising to notoriety in ...
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