June 4, 2016 Back To News

What’s Going on This Summer?

We bring some news of ongoing and upcoming news for this Summer:


Jeffrey Gibson

Jeffrey Gibson is included in the upcoming Biennial at the Everson Museum, in the group exhibition Kindred Beast which opens on Friday June 4th, on view through August 28, 2016.

Gibson is also included in the SITE Santa Fe 2016 Biennial, “SITElines2016: New Perspectives on Art Of The Americas“, opening June 16, 2016. This exhibition is the second installment in SITE Santa Fe’s reimagined biennial series with a focus on contemporary art from the Americas.

Gibson also has a solo exhibition opening at SCAD Savannah on June 23, 2016.


Entang Wiharso

Just after showing new work at this year’s ArtJog, Indonesian artist Entang Wiharso currently has another new major installation in the group exhibition, Odyssey, at the Singapore Art Museum. On view June 4–August 28th, 2016.


Hermann Nitsch

There are currently two Hermann Nitsch exhibitions on view, “Ritual” in the Nitsch Museum Austria, through till April 2, 2017, which concentrates on the meaning of religious and artistic rituals in Nitsch’s work.

The other exhibition “Passion–Resurrection” explores paintings that are committed to brightness and cheerfulness, flowers and sunlight and framed by pictures telling the story of passion and suffering. On view in Nitsch Foundation, Vienna, through Sept 27, 2016.


Thomas Bangsted

Thomas Bangsted is included in the upcoming exhibition “Dazzle Camouflage: Hiding in Plain Sight” at the Sun Valley Center, Friday August 5, 5pm. On View Aug 5 – Oct 14, 2016 at The Center, Ketchum.

Still on view through September, “Illumination” at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Denmark, where Bangsted’s Last of The Dreadnoughts is acquired into its permanent collection and displayed.

Emil Alzamora

Emil Alzamora was invited to participate in Beacon3D 2016. Here is his new sculpture XENO, on view at 296 Main Street, Beacon New York.

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