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☀️ Good morning! Start your Sunday off with @cbssundaymorning at 9 AM to hear #PaceGallery’s founder Arne Glimcher discuss the life and career of #JeanDubuffet in the exhibition of his monumental series, “Théâtres de mémoire.” From their first meeting in 1966 until the artist’s death in 1985, Jean and Arne shared a fascinating 19 years together—tune in to hear the whole story of how the “Theatres of memory,” Dubuffet’s tour de force series from the late 1970s, came to life!
Loie Hollowell's first exhibition in Hong Kong, entitled "Switchback," is only up for a few more days before closing next Thursday, May 31. See the show at #PaceGallery's space on the 15th floor of the Hong Kong Entertainment Building, located at 30 Queen's Road Central.
For this installation, #LoieHollowell selected paintings and drawings that share common color hues, installed in four groupings throughout the gallery. Before embarking on each of her paintings, Hollowell carefully works with pastels and graphite on paper to test out various combinations of color, shading, and forms.
To create her paintings, she builds upon flat linen-covered panels by applying shapes carved from high-density foam that are then sealed with a mixture of sawdust and acrylic medium. Once these sculpted linen panels have reached a perfectly smooth, undulating surface, Hollowell begins to apply oil paint. Through the use of color, chiaroscuro and an ethereal sense of light and space, Hollowell creates images that play with ideas of foreground and background, figure and ground, and body and landscape.
Image: Installation view, "Loie Hollowell: Switchback," March 27 – May 31, 2018, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong, photography by Lusher Photography.
“Shadowed Forms,” curated by Kevin Francis Gray, is on view now through 16 June at @andersenscontemporary in Copenhagen. Presenting the work of 15 artists, the heart of exhibition features #BarbaraHepworth’s “Sheltered Form” (1972).
This exhibition marks the first time that #Hepworth’s works have traveled to Denmark since 1964, when, in collaboration with the British Council, Copenhagen’s Kunstforeningen presented a touring exhibition of seventeen of Hepworth’s works in marble, wood, and brass. The group of artists in the exhibition collectively pay homage to Hepworth’s “Sheltered Form,” pictured at center here flanked by two marble panels of #KevinFrancisGray.
Image: Installation view, Shadowed Forms,” Andersen’s Contemporary, 27 April – 16 June, 2018, photography by Claus Koefoed.