A textile by Anti Albers, titled Black-White-Red, dated 1926/1927.
A textile by Anti Albers, titled Black-White-Red, dated 1926/1927.
A textile by Anti Albers, titled Black-White-Red, dated 1926/1927.
Opening in August
July 18, 2019

August 1, 2019

Lisa Yuskavage will give a talk at Aspen Art Museum on Thursday, August 1, at 5 PM. Yuskavage is the recipient of the 2019 Aspen Award for Art, which will be presented during the fifteenth annual ArtCrush summer benefit on August 2, 2019.

August 3, 2019–February 16, 2020

Work by Anni Albers is included in Weaving beyond the Bauhaus, at the Art Institute of Chicago. Organized to coincide with the centennial anniversary of the famed German arts institution this year, this group exhibition celebrates the weaving workshop at the Bauhaus and its wide-ranging impact on American art. Following the closure of the school, in 1933, many of its artists developed ties to American education institutions, including Black Mountain College and the Illinois Institute of Technology, deeply influencing the landscape of American art in the process. The exhibition will be accompanied by a talk in the galleries, led by curator Erica Warren, on Tuesday, August 27, at 12 PM. Anni Albers’s work will also be presented in a solo exhibition at David Zwirner in New York, opening September 10, 2019. The exhibition will include the artist’s pioneering wall hangings, weavings, public commissions, and a range of her innovative and colorful works on paper.

August 31–November 10, 2019

Featuring work by Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Wolfgang Tillmans, United by AIDS—An Exhibition about Loss, Remembrance, Activism and Art in Response to HIV/AIDS at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zurich focuses on the interrelationship between art and HIV/AIDS from the 1980s to the present. The exhibition will be accompanied by performances of Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s. "Untitled" (Go-Go Dancing Platform), 1991.

Image: Anni Albers, Black-White-Red, 1926/1927 (produced 1965)