In the coming week there is:
Opening 13 January – 9 March 2016
In celebration of its thirtieth birthday, the Saatchi Gallery puts on its first ever showcase featuring an all-female cast of emerging international artists, including works by Mequitta Ahuja, Alice Anderson, Maha Malluh and more. Taking over the entire top floor is a series of multi-media works by Azeri-Russian artist Aidan Salakhova who looks at multiple artistic traditions including personal investigations into her Azerbaijani and Uzbekistan heritage.
Duke of York’s HQ
Opening 15 January – 27 February 2016
This show exhibits a selection of work from the A.M. Qatar Foundation’s Young Artist of the Year Award 2014. It features works in film, performance, installation and painting all sharing the theme of ‘Suspended Accounts’. Three sub-themes are explored in the show – Invisible Narratives, Self-Historicisation and Imagination. The group show takes a reflecting look at each artist’s Palestinian identity, most of whom have been born and raised away from the land of their parents.
The Mosaic Rooms
A.M. Qattan Foundation
226 Cromwell Road
Joseph Beuys – 7,000 Oaks – City Forestation Instead of City Administration
New York City and other sites
Opening 1982 – ongoing
Joseph Beuys 7,000 Oaks land art project was met with scepticism and controversy when first began during the 1982 documenta 7. It consists of over 7,000 oak trees planted over several years, initially in Kassel, Germany, each tree accompanied by a basalt stone. The installation can also be seen in New York City at the following address, thanks to the Dia Art Foundation continuing the project.
548 West 22nd Street
New York City
No Man’s Land: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection
Rubell Family Collection
Opening 2 December 2015 – 28 May 2016
Featuring work made by more than one hundred female artists of different generations, No Man’s Land occupies the entire Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot museum. The display hosts works in painting, photography, sculpture and video installations. Considering the enormous breadth of works on offer, the gallery will be rotating the works on display in order to allow equal exposure to the foundation’s collection.
Rubble Family Collection
95 NW 29 Street
Opening 18 October 2015 – 25 March 2016
This is Sterling Ruby’s first solo show at the Rue de Ponthieu and Le Bourget galleries. The show features an eclectic array of poured-polyurethane sculptures, drawings, collages, richly glazed ceramics, spray paintings and videos. The work crosses the realms of minimalist and expressionist, solid and liquid; alluding to both mainstream and marginal rituals.
26 Avenue de l’Europe
93350 Le Bourget
Hauser & Wirth
Opening 11 December 2015 – 6 February 2016
Drawing together the works of nine prominent artists, Maisons Fragiles explores themes of fragility, vulnerability and protection. The works on display span 60 years of artistic practice by artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Isa Gengken and Gordon Matta-Clarke, all sharing an innate attraction towards architecture and common preoccupation with materiality.
Hauser & Wirth
23 Savile Row