New York Claire Oliver Gallery June 12–August 7, 2021 “Lauren Fensterstock: Impermanent Conditions” features seven new wall-mounted mosaic suns inspired by the Buddha’s “Sermon of the Seven Suns”—in which the seventh and final sun precipitates the end of the world—plus a large scrying mirror, titled Obsidian Grotto, made from shells and carved obsidian.
Visit websites to view opening hours. Art OmiGhent, New Yorkhttps://artomi.org/ Andres Institute of ArtBrookline, New Hampshirehttp://andresinstitute.org/ Baltimore Museum of Art Sculpture GardensBaltimore, Marylandhttps://www.artbma.org/collections/sculpture.garden.html Brookgreen GardensMurrells Inlet, South Carolinahttps://www.brookgreen.org/
New Britain, Connecticut New Britain Museum of American Art May 13–October 24, 2021 “Jennifer Wen Ma: An Inward Sea” continues Ma’s exploration of utopia, dystopia, and the human condition in an immersive installation that transforms the gallery into a moonlit seascape, and within which a multimedia oral history project (in collaboration with Nyssa Chow) features
Hertfordshire, U.K. Henry Moore Studios & Gardens May 19–October 31, 2021 “This Living Hand: Edmund de Waal Presents Henry Moore,” curated by artist and author Edmund de Waal, includes a selection of Moore’s stone and bronze works that viewers are invited to touch, as well as a stone washbasin and benches created by the curator.
Houston Menil Collection May 21–September 19, 2021 “Dream Monuments: Drawing in the 1960s and 1970s” presents drawings that challenge the conventional idea of the monument as a permanent, grand, or commemorative form.
Washington, D.C. National Museum of Women in the Arts March 3–June 27, 2021 This exhibition—the first survey of Clark’s 25-year career—includes the artist’s well-known sculptures made from black pocket combs, human hair, and thread as well as works created from flags, currency, beads, cotton plants, pencils, books, a typewriter, and a hair salon chair.
Humlebæk, Denmark Louisiana Museum of Modern Art June 5, 2020–January 10, 2021 “Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo (1935-1990) was a radical and visionary outsider. Almost forgotten until recently, Kudo is being rediscovered internationally due to his foreboding depictions of an ailing world and the emergence of a ‘new ecology.’
Online Presented in six “chapters,” released weekly from May 21 – June 25, 2020 “‘To Think Everything Over Again‘ is an exhibition conceived shortly before the pandemic began and which was resignified in the context of isolation that began in March 2020.
Knislinge, Sweden Wanås Konst May 9–November 1, 2020 “In the summer of 2020, the Wanås Foundation presents “Sowing Into Painting,” a solo exhibition with new works by internationally acclaimed artist Kimsooja. The artist is creating a planting project for the sculpture park Wanås Konst in the form of a flax cultivation that investigates the conceptual relationship
until April 5 Tate Modern “Walker’s fountain explores the interconnected histories of Africa, America and Europe. She uses water as a key theme, referring to the transatlantic slave trade and the ambitions, fates and tragedies of people from these three continents.