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Highlights from our July- September Programme 2023

Please enjoy a sneak peek of some (not all!) of the gallery shows, museum exhibitions, public installations and other attractions we have carefully selected to bring to you as part of our 'Experiences' this summer. Public tour dates are confirmed on our News & events page, but do ask about our private offer, great for family travel plans. Feel free to enquire further upon booking to ensure the itinerary is right for you.

Installation view of Gary Simmons This Must Be the Place at Hauser & Wirth. Photo by Kate Fensterstock.
Installation view of Gary Simmons 'This Must Be the Place' at Hauser & Wirth. Photo by Kate Fensterstock.

• Elizabeth Peyton: Angel at David Zwirner is an ethereal yet immensely powerful display of Peyton's skill as a portrait artist, where her subjects are rendered as angel-beings, reflecting the tenderness in the artist's own feelings.

• Curated by the legendary Gary Garrels, To Bend the Outer Ear of the World: Conversations on Contemporary Abstract Painting is a monumental display of cutting-edge newcomers and historic icons alike, navigating the landscape of abstraction as it critically engages with painting, leaving the viewer brilliantly bowled over.

• Never failing to curate group exhibitions with a spectacular balance between bold and elegant, Alchemy at Thaddeus Ropac brings together postwar and contemporary greats such as Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and Anselm Kiefer to explore how transformation and alchemical thinking has inspired their art-making.

• A seminal voice on the politics of race, class and societal constructs, Gary Simmons presents new body of work in This Must Be the Place at Hauser & Wirth that display techniques and mediums which reinforce his unyielding ability to regenerate his ideas and develop critical themes to fit contemporary, and universal, attitudes.

• A very recent graduate of The Rhode Island School of Design, Sasha Gordon has taken a fresh approach to figurative painting as a means to navigate complicated notions of identity, sexuality and stereotypes, inspired by personal experience, collective consciousness and most recently in The Flesh Disappears but Continues to Ache, allegory and metaphor.

• To take full advantage of the warmer weather, Artscope will include a trip to visit Sarah Sze's installation in The Waiting Room of Peckham Rye Station, surfacing debates surrounding technology, senses of time, and the lasting consequences on society.

• The Serpentine Gallery is hosting a living, collaborative and multi-species experience, Tomás Saraceno In Collaboration Web[s] of Life, that delves into how different life forms, technologies and energy systems are connected in the climate emergency, teaching us a great deal about the crisis we face.

Please enquire directly, or check back here through August for updated detail on our programme- much more to come!



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