New York Hauser & Wirth Eisenman’s first major solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in New York spans two floors and features both painting and sculpture. Maker’s Muck—a large-scale, partly kinetic installation meditating on the creative process—steals the show.
New York Lehmann Maupin Through June 4, 2022 “I’ll Take You There; A Proclamation,” an exhibition of new work by New York-based artist Nari Ward, features text-based works constructed from shoelaces, two large-scale sculptural installations, a video work, and a series of new copper panels, drawing on themes of public memorial and protest through the
Minneapolis, Minnesota The Walker Art Center Through September 4, 2022 Co-organized by the Walker and SculptureCenter, New York, “Liz Larner: Don’t put it back like it was” presents 30 works produced by Los Angeles-based artist Liz Larner between 1987 and 2020, including many previously unexhibited pieces.
Trondheim, Norway Kunsthall Trondheim Through March 6, 2022 “Sex Ecologies,” a group exhibition featuring specially commissioned works by nine artists—Margrethe Pettersen, Jessie Kleemann, Alberta Whittle, Anna Tje, Anne Duk Hee Jordan, Ibrahim Fazlic, Jes Fan, Okwui Okpokwasili & Peter Born, and Pedro Neves Marques—explores gender and sexuality through the lens of ecology.
Milan M77 Gallery On view through February 26, 2022 Realized in collaboration with the Archivio Maria Lai, and designed and curated by Alberto Salvadori, “Il tempo dell’incalcolabile” (“The time of the incalculable”) presents works inspired by the writings of Sardinian writer Salvatore Cambosu, with whom Lai had a close relationship.
Washington, D.C. The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden On view through July 31, 2022 In this exhibition—her largest-ever to date—Grammy Award-winning musician, artist, performer, and writer Laurie Anderson presents more than 10 new artworks alongside key works from throughout her career, such as Habeus Corpus (2015) and Handphone Table (1978).
Pittsburgh Carnegie Museum of Art On view through January 9, 2022 Traveling from the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, “Wild Life: Elizabeth Murray & Jessi Reaves” presents sculptural assemblages by New York-based sculptor Jessi Reaves alongside a selection of works from the 1960s to the 2000s by painter Elizabeth Murray (1940–2007).
Frankfurt MUSEUMMMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST From August 21, 2021 For “Tending to the harvest of dreams,” South African artist Lungiswa Gqunta explores colonialism’s continued impact 30 years since the supposed end of apartheid in a multisensory, site-specific installation.
Vienna Belvedere 21 Through October 24, 2021 Austrian artist Lois Weinberger (1947–2020) explored existential questions about humans and their relationship to the environment, pioneering an artistic ecology. “Lois Weinberger: Basics” compiles a selection of over 100 of his works and writings between the 1970s and 2020, chosen by the artist before his death in April