The Look of Meaning and a Look at Meaning: A Conversation Between Lari Pittman and Laura Hoptman Friday, March 6, 2020, 10–11 AM, Lehmann Maupin, 501 West 24 th Street, New York
Mandy El-Sayegh is joined in conversation with Jennifer Higgie, Editorial Director, Frieze.
During the preliminary work on Gilbert & George – The Great Exhibition at Moderna Museet, we visited the artists, who welcomed us into their home and studio on Fournier Street in London's East End, where they have lived and worked since the late 1960s.
On 29 August 2018, at the Asia Society in Hong Kong, artist Marilyn Minter gave an evening lecture. The artist was visiting the city on the occasion of her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong (30 August–27 October 2018), which took place at Lehmann Maupin's space in the Pedder Building. During the lecture, the artist introduced her recent paintings...
You are invited into Do Ho Suh's apartment. You put down your bag, remove your coat and step inside. The hallway changes color as you proceed, first pink, then green and then blue. It's narrow, but it feels spacious. There is a red staircase outside, and beyond it people are moving around. You can see them, right through the walls. Cabinet handles...
Meet the shortlist for the 7th edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women. The Max Mara Art Prize for Women is a collaboration between Max Mara, Whitechapel Gallery and Collezione Maramotti. Established in 2005, the aim of the Prize is to promote and support UK-based female artists.
In this event, Gilbert & George are joined by the RA's Artistic Director Tim Marlow to discuss their artistic practice and the fundamental issues of existence that they have always sought to confront in their art.
Artist Lee Bul reveals her thinking and inspiration behind her site-specific installation at the Turbine Hall of the Industrial Precinct on Cockatoo Island, titled Willing To Be Vulnerable (2015–16) for the Embassy of the Real.
Hear Gilbert & George explain how and why they invented Postal Sculptures as young art-school graduates. Gilbert & George: The Early Years was on view at MoMA through September 27, 2015.