Péju Alatise A Controversial African Gen

A contemporary female artist from Nigeria who is setting new expectations for artists all around the world with her controversial artworks and project… Péju Alatise born in 1975 and based in Lagos. Alatise is a fellow at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art and the 2017 winner of the FNB Art Prize in Johannesburg….

Nahid Aryan’s The Wonders of Creation

Etemad Gallery (Tehran, Iran) invites you to the solo exhibition The Wonders of Creation by Nihar Aryan on May 31. The exhibition is running until June 18, 2019. Artist’s Statement:

About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art

Alexander Gray Associates is pleased to annouce Harmony Hammond’s inclusion in About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art at Wrightwood 659, Chicago on May 22 until August 6, 2019. The exhibition is curated by Jonathan David Katz, PhD. About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art takes as its point of departure Allen Ginsberg’s description of the…

Elizabeth Neel’s Nightjars and Allies

Pilar Corrias (London) is pleased to present Nightjars and Allies, the fourth solo exhibition by American artist Elizabeth Neel. The exhibition features new paintings on canvas that continue to foreground Neel’s reflections on our surrounding physical landscape as well as the inner landscape of the mind. Her new large-scale gestural paintings are built up through layers…

Amir Khosateh’s The Gloomiest Sunset In The World

Carbon 12 (Dubai, UAE) invites you to Amir Khosateh’s The Gloomiest Sunset In The World exhibition. Currently on view until September 1, 2019. It’s a Neo-expressionist trip that Iranian Amir Khojaesteh’s newest series The Gloomiest Sunset in the World takes viewers on—an ominously tinted journey through thick layers of gestural paint strokes that reference Georg Baselitz, Willem…