Gary Simmons

Gary Simmons

Rennie Speaker Series, Rennie Museum, Wednesday, November 15, 6:30PM

Gary Simmons Artist Talk
Wednesday, November 15, 6:30PM
Rennie Museum

Staging history through the looking glass of popular culture, Simmons’ work exposes the impossibility of abolishing racial and cultural stereotypes from our shared memory, presenting a balanced, forthright address of racial, social and cultural politics. The artist will talk about the recurring ideas and new developments in his work.

Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri

'An Evening With Analia Saban and Gabriel Kuri,' Getty Center, Tuesday, November 14, 7:00PM

Analia Saban and Gabriel Kuri in conversation
Tuesday, November 14, 7-9PM
Getty Museum


The evening will begin with viewing of two short documentaries featuring each artist, created as part of the Artist Dialogues series, followed by a conversation among the artists and Rachel Rivenc. The movies and conversation will focus on the artists’ material practice and how it relates to meaning, their approach to making and finding objects, their playful use or misuse of materials, as well as their thoughts on longevity, the future of their work, and the role of conservation. Event is free and open to the public. For more information, and to reserve tickets, please visit here.

 

To watch Gabriel's documentary, please visit here.

James Welling

James Welling

'Pathological Color' lecture, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Monday, November 13, 6:30PM

James Welling 'Pathological Color' lecture
Monday, November 13, 6:30PM at Harvard University
Event is free and open to the public.

 

"For over 20 years, I have been tinkering with color. Color became an option for me—previously I'd worked mainly in black and white—when I started using a Macintosh computer and the image management program Adobe Photoshop. Working with color, “hands on” as it were, required a familiarity with trichromacity, the mechanism whereby organisms (and devices) deploy red, green, and blue receptors (or elements in mechanical reproduction) in the eye to mediate the visual world.

As I moved beyond a simple understanding of how the eye and film register color, I became drawn to what Goethe calls, in his Theory of Colors, “pathological color.” This intuition lead me to diverge from normative, one to one reproductive color matching and to look closely at 1960’s multichannel color experiments, ranging from Andy Warhol’s silkscreen paintings to Richard Avedon’s psychedelic portraits of the Beatles.


I began my pathological color images in 2006-2010 using Philip Johnson’s Glass House and Pierre Chareau’s Maison de Verre as armatures for my initial color experiments using colored gels. (I have long been interested in photographing architecture and landscape. In the mid 1980’s I photographed H. H. Richardson buildings and railroad landscapes.) In 2014 I moved to multichannel inkjet prints with layered color channels combining photographs of contemporary dance, landscape, and Brutalist architecture."

 

Anyone requiring accessibility accommodations should contact the events office at (617) 496-2414 or events@gsd.harvard.edu.

Dan Graham

Dan Graham

“Dan Graham – Greatest Hits,” Red Brick Art Museum, Beijing, China, November 7, 2017 – February 25, 2018

'Dan Graham: Greatest Hits' is now on view at Red Brick Art Museum through February 25, 2018.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Congratulations to Catherine Opie for being awarded the inaugural HBO Queer|Art Prize! Read about it on Artforum.

Jack Pierson

Jack Pierson

Jack Pierson will be signing copies of his new book ‘The Hungry Years’ tomorrow, November 2, at Bookmarc from 6-8PM.

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

"Sight and Insight in the California Desert," The New York Times Style Magazine

Writer Kate Bolick traveled to Joshua Tree, CA to visit Andrea Zittel and spend time in her new Experimental Living Cabins. Read about her experience in this weekend's T: The New York Times Style Magazine.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Formal Forms," Harvard Art Museums, Thursday, November 2, 6PM

Using the poetic sermon, artist Theaster Gates will share a monologue on the creation of temporary and semi-permanent structures as a necessary part of his practice. Following his talk, Gates will be in conversation with Sarah Lewis, assistant professor of history of art and architecture and African American studies at Harvard. Event is free but space is limited. 

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Block Museum of Art, Evanston, IL, Wednesday, October 25, 6PM

On the occasion of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, please join Abraham Cruzvillegas for a talk on his Water Trilogy series tomorrow, Wednesday, October 25, 6PM at the Block Museum Northwestern University.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie – Photography, Painting and Portraiture | TateShots

On a recent visit to Tate Britain, Catherine Opie spoke with TateShots about portraiture and how European old master paintings have been a strong influence on her 2017 body of work, Portraits and Landscapes. Her sitters, which include fellow artists and friends David Hockney, Gillian Wearing, Duro Olowu, Thelma Golden and Isaac Julien, are theatrically lit against a black drop cloth.

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

High Desert Test Sites 2017

High Desert Test Sites 2017, curated by Aram Moshayedi and Sohrab Mohebbi, opens this weekend, October 21-22!


This year’s iteration is built around An Ephemeral History of High Desert Test Sites: 2002-2015, a month-long exhibition focused on the project’s history. In addition, a pseudo-symposium titled The Palm Talks compliments the exhibition with live music and presentations on the topic of non-communities.

 

The Palm Talks includes both local and non-local contemporary thinkers, historians, writers, and artists, whose contributions culminate in a momentary glimpse into our collective state. Set within the context of the legendary Palms Restaurant in Wonder Valley and presented with live musical accompaniment by M. Cay Castagnetto and The Renderers, there will be a negotiation between language and sound, noise and meaning, music and speech. Participants in The Palm Talks include Fiona Connor, Trinie Dalton, Gary Dauphin, Steve Kado, Alexander Keefe, Nancy Klein, Annelies Kuiper, Cailin O'Connor, Litia Perta, Linda Sibio, Laura Sibley, Bobby Jesus and Frances Stark, Sam Thorne, James Owen Weatherall, Aurora Tang, and others.

 

An Ephemeral History of High Desert Test Sites presents an incomplete and partial look at the organization’s fifteen-year history, based on the artifacts, ephemera, and facsimiles that have been recovered by High Desert Test Sites and past participating artists. It has prompted a desire to document the organization’s history, to create a living archive of contributions that were otherwise ephemeral and temporary, and to observe the narrative of the gathered material in order to tell the story of the organization, the vast community of artists involved, and the landscape that has witnessed these activities.

 

High Desert Test Sites 2017 is complimented by new projects and contributions by Fiona Connor, Bob Dornberger and Sarah Witt, Neil Doshi, Edie Fake, Glenn-Murray & Co., Oliver Payne, Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs, and Ry Rocklen.

 

A publication for the exhibition will be available as part of the Saturday, October 21 edition of the Hi-Desert Star, a local newspaper that has served the community since 1957.

 

High Desert Test Sites 2017 is curated by Sohrab Mohebbi and Aram Moshayedi, with Tatiana Vahan, Elena Yu, Vanesa Zendejas, and Andrea Zittel.

FIAC Paris 2017

FIAC Paris 2017

Booth B13

Regen Projects is pleased to participate in FIAC. Come visit us at Booth B13 to view our presentation of works by gallery artists, including Sue Williams, Theaster Gates, Liz Larner, Jack Pierson, Catherine Opie, Lari Pittman, Elliott Hundley, and Gillian Wearing.

Doug Aitken receives Frontier Art Prize

Doug Aitken receives Frontier Art Prize

The Frontier Art Prize is a new contemporary art award that supports an artist of international stature pursuing bold projects that challenge the boundaries of knowledge and experience to reimagine the future of humanity. An initiative of the World Frontiers Forum, the Prize encourages aesthetic exploration at the crossroads of biology, ecology, architecture, food, communications, transportation, human health, biotechnology, design and physics that changes how we think and live.  Founded by David Edwards (Le Laboratoire) and Bridgitt Evans (VIA Art Fund), the Prize is awarded annually by an international jury.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

'Gillian Wearing: Family Stories' is on view now SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst through January 7, 2018.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Holding Court: Glenn Ligon + Hilton Als," The Underground Museum, Saturday, October 14, 1PM

Using Glenn Ligon's 'Blue Black' exhibition as a jumping off point, join him and Hilton Als for a talk about color in their work as well as in the world. This Saturday, October 14 at The Underground Museum.


Admission is free and doors open at 1PM.

Gary Simmons

Gary Simmons

"In Gary Simmons' hands, classic film titles ooze with racial history," The Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times' Christopher Knight reviews Gary Simmons' 'Fade to Black' at the California African American Museum. Read it and then see the exhibition, on view through July 31, 2018.

Jack Pierson

Jack Pierson

'Jack Pierson in conversation with Steel Stillman," SVA Theatre, New York, NY, October 12, 7PM

To celebrate the release of his new book 'The Hungry Years,' published by Damiani, join Jack Pierson and Steel Stillman for a conversation about the role of photography in his diverse artistic practice.


Thursday, October 12, 7PM at School of Visual Arts Theatre in New York. Talk is free and open to the public. 

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

“Catherine Opie: Keeping an Eye on the World,” Henie Onstad Art Center, Oslo, Norway, October 6, 2017 – January 7, 2018

'Catherine Opie: Keeping an Eye on the World' opens at the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter on Friday, October 6.


On the occasion of her first European retrospective, please join Opie for a guided exhibition walkthrough followed by conversations with UCLA professor Russell Ferguson and Natalie Hope O'Donnell, senior curator at Munch Museum. Friday, October 6 beginning at 2PM.

 

Event is free and open to the public but RSVP is requested at hok.no.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

'Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics,' Frieze London, October 5 – 8, 2017

Regen Projects is pleased to announce that Marilyn Minter will be featured in 'Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics,' curated by Alison M. Gingeras at Frieze Art Fair in London, October 5-8.


Join her for a discussion with Renate Bertlemann, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Penny Slinger, and Alison M. Gingeras on Thursday, October 5 at 12:30PM in the auditorium at Regent's Park.
Read this conversation with curator Alison M. Gingeras and Rachel Middleman on curating this section of the fair in frieze.

Lari Pittman

Lari Pittman

"Lari Pittman: Finding beauty in the grotesque," KCRW

Listen to Lari Pittman's conversation with Madeleine Brand on this week's KCRW Press Play.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

"Artist unveils design for Parliament Square suffragist statue," The Guardian

'Courage Calls to Courage Everywhere' - Millicent Fawcett


Congratulations to Gillian Wearing whose proposed statue of suffragist Millicent Fawcett has just received planning permission from Westminster City Council! The sculpture will become the first to celebrate a woman historical figure in Parliament Square, London, and will be installed next year to commemorate the centenary of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, which gave women the right to vote. Read about it in The Guardian.

Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri

Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri

"The global economy, summed up in these two bubble machines," The Los Angeles Times

Sharon Mizota reviews Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri's curated Pacific Standard Time group show in the Los Angeles Times.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Theaster Gates Wins $100,000 Nasher Prize for Sculpture," The New York Times

Congratulations to Theaster Gates, recipient of the 2018 Nasher Prize! Read about it in The New York Times.

John Bock

John Bock

“John Bock: Dead + Juicy,” The Contemporary Austin, Austin, TX, September 23, 2017 – January 14, 2018

'John Bock: Dead + Juicy' opens at The Contemporary Austin on Saturday, September 23.

Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri

Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri

"In a heated political moment, the ambitious Latino art series Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA opens," The Los Angeles Times

“For us, it was very important to expand our gaze, our vision,” he said. “We expanded it to the Pacific Rim… expanding our perception of what we think we are.” Using a 1939 map designed by Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias as a backdrop — a map that omits Europe and focuses on the Pacific — the exhibition includes Latin American artists from around the globe, including South Korea, New Zealand and Japan. “More than transnational, I think it’s intergalactic,” he said.


Abraham Cruzvillegas speaks with Matthew Stromberg at yesterday's press preview about his and Gabriel Kuri's contribution to Pacific Standard Time in the Los Angeles Times. 

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Glenn Ligon Rethinks the Color Line in the Show ‘Blue Black’," The New York Times

Holland Cotter reviews Glenn Ligon's 'Blue Black' in The New York Times. Read it and then see the exhibition, on view at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation through October 7.

Gary Simmons

Gary Simmons

"No. 300: GARY SIMMONS," The Modern Art Notes Podcast

On the occasion of his new site-specific installation at California African American Museum, Gary Simmons sits down to talk with Tyler Green at The Modern Art Notes Podcast.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

"Artist Lawrence Weiner to receive this year’s Aspen Award for Art," Aspen Public Radio

Congratulations to Lawrence Weiner, recipient of the 2017 Aspen Award for Art. Listen to this interview with him on Aspen Public Radio

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

"Distorting Form with Color: Liz Larner," ART21

Liz Larner looks to Tony Smith's work to muse upon sculpture, form, and color in a new episode from the Art21 "Extended Play" digital series.

 

From the atrium of LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Ahmanson Building, Larner shares her personal love for Tony Smith's large-scale work, "Smoke" (1967). "It's a great example of flow and it takes it so far beyond the math," says the artist of the work in this clip from the film. "Although it's kind of all about math."

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon visits the MoMA galleries to share how he came to appreciate Rauschenberg’s embrace of the disorder of life. Join Ligon as he takes a closer look at Rauschenberg’s “Untitled (Asheville Citizen)” in the latest episode of How to See.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Artist Talk: Glenn Ligon, Aspen Art Museum

Please join Glenn Ligon for an artist talk at the Aspen Art Museum, on Friday, July 21 at 6PM. Photo: Paul Sepuya.

Gary Simmons

Gary Simmons

"His art centers on African American actors whose film titles 'Fade to Black'," The Los Angeles Times

Deborah Picker Vankin sits down with Gary Simmons to talk about his new site-specific wall drawing 'Fade to Black' opening at the California African American Museum tonight from 7-9PM. Read about it here in the Los Angeles Times.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

"More than 65 art galleries to join PST LA/LA museum exhibitions with Latino and Latin American shows," The Los Angeles Timeds

Read Carolina Miranda's piece in the Los Angeles Times on Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA and the selected galleries presenting concurrent exhibitions.

 

At Regen Projects artists Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri will curate a group show entitled 'Primordial Saber Tararear Proverbiales Sílabas Tonificantes Para Sublevar Tecnocracias Pero Seguir Tenazmente Produciendo Sociedades Tántricas – Pedro Salazar Torres (Partido Socialista Trabajador).' The exhibition opens Saturday, September 9.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Artists on Art: Catherine Opie on Thomas Eakins," LACMA

Catherine Opie sits down with LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Carol S. Eliel to discuss Thomas Eakins's 'The Wrestlers,' 1899.

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

“Andrea Zittel: The Flat Field Works,” New Art Centre, Wiltshire, UK, July 8 – September 17, 2017

'Andrea Zittel: The Flat Field Works' opens at the New Art Centre on Saturday, July 8.

Daniel Richter

Daniel Richter

"Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogans,” Camden Arts Centre, London, UK, July 2 – September 17, 2017

'Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogans' opens at Camden Arts Centre on Sunday, July 2. Exhibition is on view through September 17.

James Welling

James Welling

"Artists on Art: James Welling on László Moholy-Nagy," LACMA Unframed

James Welling sits down with curator Carol S. Eliel to discuss the lasting impact of Moholy-Nagy on his work. Be sure to see the exhibition 'László Moholy-Nagy: Future Present' on view now at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art through July 18.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

“Picture Industry,” Hessel Museum, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, June 24 – December 15, 2017

'Picture Industry,' curated by Walead Beshty, opens Saturday, June 24 at CCS Bard. The exhibition complicates traditional accounts of photography, drawing from its role within science, the humanities and contemporary art. Encompassing a broad range of photographic practices from the late 19th century to the present, the exhibition reflects upon transformations in the production and distribution of photographic images as realized through its varied constructions of the corporeal, from its origin as scientific tool and a means of cultural investigation to its phenomenological effects on a viewer.


Read Roberta Smith's write up about the exhibition in The New York Times.

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

"Andrea Zittel at Regen Projects and beyond," KCRW Art Talk

Listen to Hunter Drohojowska-Philp discuss Andrea Zittel's current exhibition at Regen Projects.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Collecting, Theaster Gates," Art21

Theaster Gates reflects on his interest in large-scale collecting on Art21.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

"Pettibon's World," The New York Review of Books

'If genius means anything anymore,' writes Robert Storr, 'then the artist Raymond Pettibon is one.' Read Storr's full feature on Raymond Pettibon's work in The New York Review of Books. 

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"How Glenn Ligon Is Using Black and Blue to Begin a Dialogue," The New York Times

On the eve of his most recent curatorial endeavor 'Blue Black,' opening at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation on Friday, June 9, Glenn Ligon sits down with Hilarie Sheets to talk about power, spirituality, and the blues.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

"Walead Beshty," with Amy Ontiveros," The Brooklyn Rail

In advance of his upcoming show 'Picture Industry' opening at CCS Bard College, Walead Beshty sits down with Amy Ontiveros for a conversation in the The Brooklyn Rail. 

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA, June 8 – August 12, 2017

Regen Projects is pleased to present an exhibition of new and ongoing work by Andrea Zittel, opening Thursday, June 8. This marks the artist’s sixth solo show at the gallery.

 

Furthering her core investigation of structures that shape our reality fields, Andrea Zittel mines simultaneous sites of gallery and landscape to activate a specific, continued exploration of the vertical plane. Coalescing recent manifestations of two distinct, yet interrelated bodies of work—'Planar Configurations' and 'Planar Pavilions'—this two-part exhibition embodies Zittel’s evolving symbiosis between art object and active living environment, and inaugurates the artist’s newest permanent public installation in Joshua Tree, California.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

“Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work,” Bonnefanten, Maastricht, Netherlands, June 2 – October 29, 2017

'Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work,' opens Friday, June 2, at the Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht, Netherlands. Image: 'No Title (I mean alarmed),' 2013.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

“Wolfgang Tillmans,” Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, Switzerland, May 27 – October 1, 2017

Wolfgang Tillmans' opens Sunday, May 28, at the Fondation Beyeler in Basel, Switzerland. Image: 'Fire Island,' 2015.

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

“Anish Kapoor: Destierro,” Parque de la Memoria, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 27 – August 27, 2017

'Anish Kapoor: Destierro' opens at Parque de la Memoria in Buenos Aires on Saturday, May 27. Please join Anish Kapoor for a conversation with curator Marcello Dantas at Usina del Arte on Saturday, May 27 at 3:30PM. Image: Oliver Santana.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Join Doug Aitken and MOCA Director Philippe Vergne for a conversation at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, on Thursday, May 25 at 7PM, on the occasion of his exhibition, 'Doug Aitken: Electric Earth,' opening Sunday, May 28. Image: still from 'SONG 1,' 2012.

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

“Anish Kapoor: Descension,” Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, NY, May 3 – September 10, 2017

'I'm interested in the way a work can have mythological recall. There's something about descending into the earth, into the underworld, both psychically and psychically.' Watch the full video exploring Anish Kapoor's 'Descension' on Publicartfund.org.

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

“Gray Matters,” Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH, May 20 – July 30, 2017

Toba Khedoori's 'Untitled (Grey Window), 2000, will be included in 'Gray Matters' opening Saturday, May 20 at the Wexner Center for the Arts. The exhibition brings together 37 contemporary women artists who have explored the practice of grisaille, challenging colorless 'neutrality' as they reveal the variegated spectrum of black, white, gray, and everything in between. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen

James Welling

James Welling

Conversation and book signing, New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Celeste Auditorium, May 23, 6:30PM

To celebrate the release of his new monograph 'Metamorphosis,' please join James Welling, Quentin Bajac, and Robert Slifkin for a conversation at NYPL The New York Public Library on Tuesday, May 23 at 6:30PM.


The event will be live streamed here

 

For more information and to reserve tickets:

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

KCRW Press Play

Listen to Catherine Opie being interviewed on KCRW Press Play.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

Watch this video of Theaster Gates and Andrew Bird's recent musical collaboration on Phaidon.com.

Toba Khedoori, Liz Larner, Catherine Opie, Lari Pittman, and James Welling

Toba Khedoori, Liz Larner, Catherine Opie, Lari Pittman, and James Welling

James Welling

James Welling

“James Welling: Metamorphosis,” Kunstforum, Vienna, Austria, May 5 – July 16, 2017

'James Welling: Metamorphosis' opens Friday, May 5 at the Kunstforum Vienna. Join James Welling for an artist talk at the Kunstforum Vienna on Friday, May 5 at 5:30PM. Image: 'H1,' 2006.

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

“Anish Kapoor: Descension,” Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, NY, May 3 – September 10, 2017

'Anish Kapoor: Descension,' opens at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, as part of Public Art Fund's 40th Anniversary, on Wednesday, May 3. Anish Kapoor will also give a talk at The New School on Wednesday, May 3, at 6:30PM. Photo: Fabrice Seixas.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

To mark the closing of 'Non-Fiction' at The Underground Museum, join Theaster Gates and the Black Monks of Mississippi for a performance in the Purple Garden on Sunday, April 30, at 4PM.

Lari Pittman / Silke Otto-Knapp

Lari Pittman / Silke Otto-Knapp

"Lari Pittman and Silke Otto-Knapp," KCRW Art Talk

Tune in to KCRW Art Talk tonight to listen to Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talk about Lari Pittman and Silke Otto-Knapp's 'Subject, Predicate, Object.'

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Join Catherine Opie and Eileen Myles for a conversation as part of Glasstire's series 'OFF ROAD: Conversations with Artists Offline,' Saturday, April 29 at 4PM. Visit glasstire.com to purchase tickets.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

“The Water Trilogy 2: Autodefensión Microtonal Obrera Campesina Estudiantil Metabolista Descalza,” Fondation d’entreprise Hermes, Tokyo, Japan, April 21 – July 2, 2017

'Abraham Cruzvillegas: The Water Trilogy 2' opens tomorrow, April 21 at Fondation d'entreprise Hermès Le Forum in Tokyo, Japan.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

"Statue of suffragist to break male monopoly on Parliament Square," The Guardian

Congratulations to Gillian Wearing, who has been selected as the first woman to create a statue for Parliament Square in London!

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

“Toba Khedoori,” Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL, April 21 – September 24, 2017

'Toba Khedoori' opens at the Pérez Art Museum Miami on Friday, April 21. Image: 'Untitled (Doors),' (detail) 1995.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

The Kitchen Spring Gala Benefit

The Kitchen's Spring Gala Benefit will honor Lawrence Weiner and John Cale on Monday, April 17, 2017

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

“Selections from the Permanent Collection: Catherine Opie and Sterling Ruby,” The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, CA, April 2 – July 29, 2017

Catherine Opie's Inauguration Portfolio is currently on view at MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. The portfolio is comprised of 33 photographs, forming a collective portrait of the over one million Americans who gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to partake in the inauguration of President Barack Obama. On view through Monday, June 12.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

2017 American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Architecture

Congratulations to Theaster Gates, winner of the 2017 American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Architecture. Photo: Sara Pooley.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

"Doug Aitken in Conversation," Ace Hotel & Swim Club, Palm Springs, April 2, 12PM

Join Doug Aitken for a conversation about his newest site-specific work MIRAGE, this Sunday, April 2 at 12PM in The Commune at the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

"Raymond Pettibon in Conversation with Massimiliano Gioni," New Museum, New York, NY, March 30, 7PM

On the occasion of his New Museum survey 'A Pen of All Work,' join Raymond Pettibon and Massimiliano Gioni for a conversation on Thursday, March 30 at 7PM.

Lari Pittman

Lari Pittman

"Artists on Artists: Lari Pittman on Kerry James Marshall," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, March 23, 7PM

As part of their Artists on Artists lecture series, join Lari Pittman for a talk on the work of Kerry James Marshall at MOCA on Thursday, March 23, 7PM. Image: Kerry James Marshall, 'Untitled (Club Couple),' 2014.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

"In Conversation: Gillian Wearing," National Portrait Gallery, London, March 16, 7PM

Tomorrow, March 16 at 7PM, join Gillian Wearing and curator Sarah Howgate for a conversation about Wearing's National Portrait Gallery exhibition that pairs her work with French Surrealist Claude Cahun. Image: 'Self-Portrait of Me Now in Mask,' 2011.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Using Discards to Build Art (and Rebuild a City)," The New York Times

Hilarie Sheets profiles Theaster Gates in the The New York Times.

Sergej Jensen

Sergej Jensen

"Sergej Jensen," Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden, Germany, March 11 – June 18, 2017

'Sergej Jensen' is now on view at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden through June 18.

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

“On the Grid: a look at settlement patterns in the high desert,” Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Palm Springs, CA, March 11 – May 25, 2017

Andrea Zittel's 'On the Grid: a look at settlement patterns in the high desert,' opens at the Palm Springs Art Museum on Saturday, March 11. Image: 'Prototype For Billboard army A-Z West: Body in Space with Object #3,' 2011.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

"Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun: Behind the mask, another mask," National Portrait Gallery, London, UK, March 9 – May 29, 2017

'Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun: Behind the mask, another mask' opens at the National Portrait Gallery on Thursday, March 9.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Catherine Opie, All-American Subversive," The New Yorker

"It is as if Opie were able to photograph aspects of people and mini-malls and Yosemite Falls that are invisible to the rest of the world. Her pictures ask how sure we are about what we know to be true. 'There’s a certain kind of equality I’m trying to create, which is what I believe American democracy is about,' Opie said. 'If I were to pass judgment on, say, football players—that they were the asshole kids who used to beat me up in high school—that’s not really looking.'"

Ariel Levy profiles Catherine Opie in this week's Newyorker.com.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

“Theaster Gates: The Minor Arts,” National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., March 5 – September 4, 2017

'Theaster Gates: The Minor Arts' opens at the National Gallery of Art on Sunday, March 5.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Critical Junctures: Glenn Ligon," New York Live Arts Theater, March 5, 2PM

Join Glenn Ligon and musician Samora Pinderhughes for a conversation this Sunday, March 5 at 2PM at New York Live Arts.

Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri

"Donation Box," Desert X, February 25 – April 30, 2017

Gabriel Kuri's 'Donation Box,' is now on view as part of Desert X, curated by Neville Wakefield. Located at 2500 North Palm Canyon Drive, this large scale installation takes the form of an indoor landscape or domesticated desert. A vast expanse of sand -- peppered with extinguished cigarette butts -- in an empty commercial space, serves as the receptacle for small change. The audience is invited to leave a monetary contribution on the surface of the artwork, adding to the texture of this rather surreal scaled-down and boxed-in version of what otherwise lies right outside the shop, just beyond the parking lot. On view through April 30.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Jason Moran and Theaster Gates: Looks of a Lot," February 24, 2017, 8:00 PM

Theaster Gates and Jason Moran will perform 'Looks of a Lot' at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. on Friday, February 24 at 8PM.

LA Art Book Fair

LA Art Book Fair

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, CA, February 23 – 26, 2017

Booth T02

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

Los Angeles, CA

 

Preview:

Thursday, February 23 (6 - 9PM)

 

Free and open to the public:

Friday, February 24 (1 - 7PM)
Saturday, February 25 (11AM - 7PM)
Sunday, February 26 (11AM - 6PM)

 

Book Signings:

Abraham Cruzvillegas, Friday, February 24, 5PM

Catherine Opie, Saturday, February 25, 2PM

Liz Larner, Sunday, February 26, 2PM

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

"Interrogate, Complicate, Implicate: The Work of Jimmie Durham," Hammer Museum, Tuesday, February 21, 7:30PM

Tonight, curator Anne Ellegood leads a discussion on the work of Jimmie Durham with artists and friends of Durham, Abraham Cruzvillegas and Jeffrey Gibson. The talk begins at 7:30PM in the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum. Photo: Joe Humphrys.

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

Artist Talk, LACMA, Tuesday, February 21, 7:30PM

Tonight, join artists Julien Bismuth, Richard Jackson, and Rebecca Morris for an artist talk on the work of Toba Khedoori. The talk begins at 7:30PM inside the exhibition 'Toba Khedoori,' at LACMA, BCAM, level 2. Image: 'Untitled (House),' (detail) 1995.

Doug Aitken: MIRAGE

Doug Aitken: MIRAGE

February 25 - October 31, 2017

Palm Springs, California

www.dougaitkenmirage.com

 

MIRAGE is a site-specific installation set in the Southern California desert. Utilizing the form of a ranch style suburban American house, the sculpture is composed of reflective mirrored surfaces. MIRAGE distills the recognizable and repetitious suburban home into the essence of its lines, reflecting, and disappearing into the vast western landscape. Opening February 25, 2017 as a part of Desert X, a site-specific contemporary art exhibition curated by Artistic Director Neville Wakefield, MIRAGE will remain on view after the exhibition closes through October 31, 2017.

 

Movement was the driving force behind the settling of the American West, and the long flat vistas that stretched toward the Pacific shaped the ideology behind this iconic embodiment of American architecture. The California Ranch Style, which is unique to the West, was informed by the ideas of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who believed that architecture should be both in and of the landscape. In the 1920s and ‘30s a small inspired group of architects working in California and the West created the first suburban ranch style houses, fusing Wright’s fluid treatment of spaces with the simple one-story homes built by ranchers. After World War II, the ranch style’s streamlined simplicity gained popularity and commercial builders employed a simplified assembly line approach to create this efficient form, matching the rapid growth of the suburbs. The mass-produced ranch home became a familiar sight across the country, the style filling the American landscape as quickly as each new subdivision was built.

 

MIRAGE is reconfigured as an architectural idea, the seemingly generic suburban home now devoid of a narrative, its inhabitants, their possessions. This minimal structure now functions entirely in response to the landscape around it. The doors, windows, and openings have been removed to create a fluid relationship with the surrounding environment. Situated at the juncture where the rugged San Jacinto mountain range gives way to the Coachella valley, MIRAGE is perched over a distant modern development that fades into the open desert. As MIRAGE pulls the landscape in and reflects it back out, its familiar architectural form becomes a framing device, a visual echo-chamber endlessly reflecting both the dream of nature as a pure uninhabited state and the pursuit of its conquest. Its mirrored surfaces form a life- size kaleidoscope that absorbs and reflects the landscape. Subject and object, interior and exterior, the psychological and physical; each of these oppositional forces are held in constant tension, yet allowed to shift and transform in the ever-changing desertscape.


Like a human-scale lens, MIRAGE works to frame and distort the evolving world outside of it. There is no single time to view this work, as each variation provides something new: at night the distant lights refract to create a universe of stars; on a tranquil afternoon the sky is transformed into banks of blue fragmented by slices of clouds. As there is no fixed perspective or correct interpretation, each experience of this living artwork will be unique.


Doug Aitken (b. 1968) is an American artist and filmmaker whose work explores every medium, from sculpture, film, and installation to architectural intervention. His work has been featured in exhibitions around the world at institutions including the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art, Vienna Secession, the Serpentine Gallery in London, and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Aitken earned the International Prize at the Venice Biennale in 1999 for the installation electric earth. He also received the 2012 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize and the 2013 Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award: Visual Arts. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

 

Driving from Los Angeles

Take the I-10 East to Highway 111 (Palm Springs exit): Remain on Highway 111 for approximately 11 miles (it will become North Palm Canyon Drive). Turn right on West Racquet Club Road, follow the road to the end to the guard house, further directions at the guard house.

Driving from the East
Take the I-10 and take the Indian Canyon exit for Palm Springs. Head south on Indian Canyon and take a right onto Racquet Club Road and follow the road to the end to the guard house, further directions at the guard house.

From Palm Springs International Airport
Take East Tahquitz Canyon Way, turn right onto North Farrell Drive, continue onto East Racquet Club Road, follow the road to the end to the guard house, further directions at the guard house.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

"Marilyn Minter Finds Art in the Female Form," The New York Times Magazine

Marilyn Minter sits down with Jenna Wortham to discuss aesthetics, activism, and supporting younger feminists for this weekend's The New York Times Magazine.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

"Wolfgang Tillmans review – a rollercoaster ride around the world," The Guardian

Adrian Searle reviews 'Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017' for The Guardian. Exhibition is on view now at Tate Modern through June 11, 2017.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

“700 Nimes Road,” NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale, FL, February 12 – June 18, 2017

'Catherine Opie: 700 Nimes Road' is now on view at NSU Art Museum through June 18, 2017.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

“Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017,” Tate Modern, London, UK, February 15 – June 11, 2017

'Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017,' a major presentation of the artist's work dating from 2003 to the present, opens at Tate Modern on Wednesday, February 15. Image: 'astro crudo, a (detail),' 2012.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

"Raymond Pettibon, Wielding an Art Mightier Than the Sword," The New York Times

Read Holland Cotter's review of 'Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work' in The New York Times. Exhibition is now on view at the New Museum through April 9.

Willem de Rooij

Willem de Rooij

"Willem de Rooij: Ebb Rains," Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia, February 11 – March 25, 2017

'Willem de Rooij: Ebb Rains' opens at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane on Saturday, February 11. Image: 'Gelb, Parallelogramm,' 2015.

Jack Pierson

Jack Pierson

"Jack Pierson," Interview Magazine

On the eve of his upcoming exhibition '5 Shows from the '90s' at the Aspen Art Museum, opening February 10, Eileen Myles sits down with Jack Pierson for Interview Magazine.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

"The Enigmatic Art of Raymond Pettibon," The New Yorker

Peter Schjeldahl on Raymond Pettibon in The New Yorker.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

FOREVER & A DAY

In conjunction with the 2017 iteration of Zona Maco, Lawrence Weiner will install several site-specific works throughout Mexico City. Sponsored by Zona Maco in cooperation with the Museo de la Ciudad de México, the works will be featured at five different locations and will be on view February 8 - 26, 2017.

 

An opening reception with the artist will be held at the Museo de la Ciudad de México on Tuesday, February 7 from 6-9PM.

 

Locations:

 

Nezahualcóyotl 127 (Secretary of Public Education Building)
Nezahualcóyotl 127, Ejido del Centro, 06080, CDMX

Zócalo
Plaza de la Constitución S/N, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06010, CDMX

 

Museo de la Ciudad de México (Interior courtyard)
José María Pino Suárez 30, Centro, 06060, CDMX

Cervantes Saavedra 647
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 647, Irrigación, 11500, CDMX

Billboard courtesy of Museo Rufino Tamayo
Paseo de la Reforma / Gandhi, Bosque de Chapultepec, 11580, CDMX

Zona Maco 2017

Zona Maco 2017

Centro Citibanamex, Booth F207, Mexico City, Mexico, February 8 – 12, 2017

Regen Projects is pleased to participate in Zona Maco, February 8 –  12, 2017. Come visit us at booth F207 where we will be presenting works by Doug Aitken, Walead Beshty, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Theaster Gates, Elliott Hundley, Anish Kapoor, Liz Larner, Raymond Pettibon, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Lawrence Weiner. Image: Liz Larner. 'DIFFRACTOR,' 2017.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates in conversation with Hamza Walker, Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA, January 15, 2017

Watch Theaster Gates in conversation with Hamza Walker in his exhibition 'But To Be A Poor Race' at Regen Projects, on view from January 14 – February 25, 2017.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Critics' Picks: Theaster Gates," Artforum

Theaster Gates' 'But To Be A Poor Race' is an Artforum Critics' Pick! Read the review and then see the exhibition at Regen Projects before it closes February 25, 2017.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Artist Theaster Gates on W.E.B. DuBois and what Donald Trump doesn't get about Chicago," The Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times' Carolina A. Miranda speaks with Theaster Gates about his current show at Regen Projects. 

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

“Lawrence Weiner: OUT OF SIGHT,” Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL, January 27 – May 28, 2017

'Lawrence Weiner: OUT OF SIGHT' opens at the Pérez Art Museum Miami on Friday, January 27.

James Welling

James Welling

“James Welling: Metamorphosis,” S.M.A.K., Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium, January 28 – April 16, 2017

'James Welling: Metamorphosis,' a survey exhibition featuring work from 1970 to the present, opens at SMAK Gent on Saturday, January 28, 2017.

Lari Pittman

Lari Pittman

"Critics' Picks: Lari Pittman," Artforum

Lari Pittman's 'Mood Books' is an Artforum Critics' Pick! Read the review and then see the exhibition at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens before it closes on February 20, 2017.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Culture and Trump: Los Angeles artists speak out on why they joined the march for women," The Los Angeles Times

Carolina A. Miranda reports on today's Women's March in Los Angeles, featuring artists like Catherine Opie. Read about it in the Los Angeles Times.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

'One Black Day (II),' 2017

Glenn Ligon's 'One Black Day (II),' 2017, is currently on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem. This piece is a coda to 'One Black Day,' 2012, a neon work Ligon made as he was thinking about the potential outcomes of the 2012 presidential election. 'One Black Day (II)' will be illuminated only on the day depicted in the work, in this case, on Friday, January 20, 2017 --the last day of Obama's tenure. 

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Theaster Gates at Regen Projects," KCRW Art Talk

Tune in to KCRW Art Talk tonight at 6:45PM to hear Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talk about 'Theaster Gates: But To Be A Poor Race.'

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

Brooklyn Talks: Madonna X Marilyn Minter, Thursday, January 19, 7:30PM EST

Tonight’s conversation with Marilyn Minter and Madonna at The Brooklyn Museum, moderated by Elizabeth Alexander and Anne Pasternak, will stream on Facebook Live. Tune in at 7:30PM EST. The event will include a live Q&A. Image: 'XOXO,' 2015.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

“Theaster Gates: 'I want to believe that there is power in my poverty',” The Guardian

Read Su Wu's feature on Theaster Gates in The Guardian.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"One Artist’s Beautiful Visualizations of a Dark History," The New York Times Style Magazine

On the eve of his first solo exhibition 'But To Be A Poor Race' at Regen Projects, Janelle Zara sits down with Theaster Gates to talk about his work. Read about it in The New York Times. Then join us for the opening reception on Saturday, January 14, 6-8PM. Photo: Laure Joliet

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

2017 Wolf Prize

Congratulations to Lawrence Weiner, winner of the 2017 Wolf Prize!

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

“Theaster Gates: But To Be A Poor Race,” Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA, January 14 – February 25, 2017

Theaster Gates' first solo exhibition at Regen Projects, 'But To Be A Poor Race,' opens Saturday, January 14, 6-8PM. Read the press release here. 


On the occasion of the exhibition, join Gates and Hamza Walker, executive director of LAXART, for a conversation about Gates' work at Regen Projects on Sunday, January 15 at 2PM.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

'AD Interviews One of Today’s Most Talked-About Artists,' Architectural Digest

The January 2017 issue of Architectural Digest features Theaster Gates and talks about his first show with the gallery, 'But To Be A Poor Race,' opening Saturday, January 14.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Conversations | Artist Talk | Artists' Influencers

As part of Art Basel Miami Beach's 2016 conversations series, Artists' Influencers featured Glenn Ligon in conversation with Claudia Rankine, moderated by Hans Ulrich Obrist. Watch the video here.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

“Abraham Cruzvillegas: Approximating Vibrant Retroflex Self-Constriction,” Carré d'Art – Musée d’art contemporain, Nîmes, France, October 14, 2016 – February 19, 2017

Abraham Cruzvillegas talks about his solo exhibition 'AUTOCONSTRICTION APPROXIMANTE VIBRANTE RETROFLEXE' at Carré d'Art-Musée d'art contemporain, Nîmes, on view through February 19, 2017.

James Welling

James Welling

“65 Works Selected by James Welling: Exhibition and Sale to Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Arts,” David Zwirner, New York, NY, December 9, 2016 – January 28, 2017

'65 Works Selected by James Welling: Exhibition and Sale to Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Arts' opens tomorrow, December 9, at David Zwirner Gallery, 19th St, NY. Featuring works by Walead Beshty, Rachel Harrison, Glenn Ligon, Wolfgang Tillmans, and James Welling. Full details available at foundationforcontemporaryarts.org.


Pictured: James Welling, 'Hands,' 1974. Six gelatin silver prints, comprising a single work, each print: 10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm).

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

Fragile - Visual Album - ‘That’s Desire / Here We Are EP’

Out now on YouTube:
https://youtu.be/--14I6ajk5c
12” vinyl and digital and stream out on Friday Dec 9.

 

Directed and photographed by Wolfgang Tillmans, this 27 minutes film features performances by Hari Nef, Karis Wilde, Ash B., Matthew Salinas, Bashir Daviid Naim, Rachel Guest, Christopher Olszewski and himself as well as band members Juan Pablo Echeverri, Jay Pluck, Kyle Combs, Tom Roach and Daniel Pearce.

 

Participants danced and improvised in Los Angeles and New York to the music, without previously knowing it. Whilst editing the footage with Michael Amstad in Berlin, it became clear, that what was planned to be cut into six individual videos, should not be separated, but should remain as a consecutive sequence of six different moods.

 

Explaining the motivations behind the visual album Wolfgang Tillmans says: "Four songs have been written and recorded this summer in Fire Island and New York, in a time now marked as 'post Brexit / pre Trump'. New Jersey’s Ash B.’s performance and improvised rap on That’s Desire blew us away. The song was recorded in 30 minutes. Two vocal takes by myself, one by Ash B. That was it. Warm Star was written and recorded in Porto in January this year. Principally a love song with political undertones, some lines of the lyrics later made it onto my pro EU / anti Brexit campaign posters. Fast Lane is a recording from 1986, myself 17 years old, an electro-punk piece inspired by cold war angst and nausea at political indifference with the now more than ever poignant line ‘we take the fast lane into the dark’. I wanted the overall feel of the EP to be reflecting the desire to carry on and live our lives in a quest for personal happiness, whatever the circumstances are. We need to protest and campaign, but this shouldn’t stop us from reaffirming love and life, here and now. Anderes Osterlied is a song written by Swiss liberation theologian Kurt Marti in 1970. Even though I find it hard to believe in organised religion, I was and am deeply touched by this song ever since I first heard it in the early 90ies. Here We Are is about a moment of personal love and Naive Me is about the shock of realising the unimaginable happened on June 23 / Nov 8"


"I’m grateful for the trust and openess each dancer, actor, performer brought to this project, - giving everything in a white blank space to the sound of a boombox. A set of coloured gels in front of the window being the only production props”


The accompanying EP will be out on Friday Dec 9 on 12” vinyl as well as digital download, distributed by WordandSound on Beatport, Traxsource, Juno, iTunes and other download sites. Streaming from Dec 9 on Spotify, Soundcloud and iTunes.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

"Gillian Wearing: Rock ‘n’ Roll 70," commission for the Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, December 9, 2016 – January 1, 2018

Gillian Wearing's monumental photographic installation 'Rock'n'Roll 70,' 2015, will be on long term view at The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, December 9 through January 1, 2018.

Willem de Rooij

Willem de Rooij

“Willem de Rooij: Entitled,” Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany, October 15, 2016 – January 8, 2017

'Willem de Rooij: Entitled' is on view at MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main through January 8, 2017. Tomorrow, December 7 at 7PM, join de Rooij and Philippe Pirotte for a discussion about his work and the exhibition.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Glenn Ligon and Claudia Rankine Talk Race at Art Basel Miami Beach," Hyperallergic

Read Jillian Steinhauer's thoughtful piece on Glenn Ligon and Claudia Rankine's recent conversation at Art Basel Miami Beach, moderated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist, on Hyperallergic. Video of talk forthcoming.

Doug Aitken: Underwater Pavilions

Doug Aitken: Underwater Pavilions

Catalina Island, opening December 4, 2016

Underwater Pavilions is artist Doug Aitken’s most recent large-scale installation and will be installed this fall off the coast of Southern California on Catalina Island 22 miles from Los Angeles. Produced by Parley for the Oceans and presented in partnership with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), the work consists of three temporary underwater sculptures, floating beneath the ocean’s surface that swimmers, snorkelers, and scuba divers can swim through and experience. Geometric in design, the sculptures create underwater spaces synthesizing art and science as they are constructed with carefully researched materials and will be moored to the ocean floor. Part of each sculpture is mirrored to reflect the underwater seascape and create a kaleidoscopic observatory for the viewer, while other surfaces are rough and rock-like. The environments created in and by the sculptures will constantly change with the currents and the time of day, focusing the attention of the viewer on the rhythm of the ocean and its life cycles.
 

Underwater Pavilions engages the living ocean ecosystem as the viewer swims into and through the sculptures, which create huge reflective abstractions. The work operates as an observatory for ocean life, creating a variety of converging perceptual encounters. The sculptures will continuously change due to the natural and manmade conditions of the ocean, creating a living presence and unique relationship with the viewer. Both aesthetic and scientific, Underwater Pavilions puts the local marine environment and the global challenges around ocean conservation in dialogue with the history of art, inviting the viewer to write a contemporary narrative of the ocean and to participate in its protection.

 

Parley for the Oceans, Doug Aitken Workshop, and MOCA will launch Doug Aitken: Underwater Pavilions in tandem with the exhibition Doug Aitken: Electric Earth at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. The installation will be a cultural destination that is free and open to the public in the Casino Point Dive Park in the City of Avalon. The nearby Catalina Casino will also be activated for the New Ocean Happening, a special weekend event organized by Aitken that will include screenings, talks, and live performances, all geared toward bringing attention to critical issues in ocean conservation.
 

Catalina Island is a one-hour ferry ride from several major ports and it was selected as the location for this earthwork in light of its historical and ecological importance, the beauty of its landscape, and its close proximity to Los Angeles. With its clear waters teeming with flying fish and bright orange Garibaldi, alongside nearby shipwrecks, the location makes for spectacular diving and snorkeling.
 

In September 2016, a major survey of Doug Aitken’s work will open at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA). Presented in conjunction with this exhibition, the Underwater Pavilions will be a point of convergence for art, education, and culture within California.
 

Doug Aitken (b. 1968) is an American artist and filmmaker whose work explores every medium, from sculpture, film, and installation to architectural intervention. His work has been featured in exhibitions around the world at institutions including the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art, Vienna Secession, the Serpentine Gallery in London, and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Aitken earned the International Prize at the Venice Biennale in 1999 for the installation electric earth. He also received the 2012 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize and the 2013 Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award: Visual Arts. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
 

“When we talk about the oceans and we look at the radical disruption we’ve created within the sea, we’re not quite aware yet how much that’s going to affect us and our lives on land,” remarks artist Doug Aitken. “The ramifications of that are immense. This is one thing which cannot be exaggerated.”
 

“We are at war with the oceans. If we win, we lose it all. Art has the power to direct all eyes on the oceans, in the oceans, and make its protection a creative collaboration,” remarks Parley for the Oceans Founder Cyrill Gutsch.

 

Further information is available at www.underwaterpavilions.com.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

"Top 10 Booths at Art Basel in Miami Beach," Artnet News

Artnet selects Regen Projects as one of the Top 10 Booths at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016! Visit us at booth C14 to view our presentation on view through Sunday, December 4. Thank you, Rozalia Jovanovic!

Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

Miami Beach Convention Center, Booth C14, December 1 - 4, 2016

Come visit us at Art Basel Miami Beach (booth C14) to view our selection of works in various media by gallery artists Daniel Richter, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Rachel Harrison, Walead Beshty, Anish Kapoor, Lawrence Weiner, and Wolfgang Tillmans, among others.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

"Move Over, Neptune. Doug Aitken Has Another Big Idea.," The New York Times

“I felt strongly about not staging the piece on the mainland,” he said, pointing to the urban sprawl in the distance, an hour’s ferry ride away. “I didn’t want something you could drive to, pull into a parking lot and see. I wanted a process to take you out of the everyday.”


Read Jori Finkel's The New York Times feature on Doug Aitken's underwater pavilions, opening December 4 off of Catalina Island.

Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri

The Getty Conservation Institute: Art in L.A.

Finder Keeper: The Art of Gabriel Kuri is the Getty Conservation Institute's newest video in their Art in LA artist dialogues series. Watch the video and learn more about the project.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

'The Idea of Storytelling,' The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, November 17, 7PM

Tomorrow, 7PM at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles: check out The Idea of Storytelling, a performance featuring Devendra Banhart in collaboration with Doug Aitken's exhibition 'Electric Earth.' Devendra's performance will expand upon Aitken's use of sound to both suggest and deconstruct narrative flow in his multichannel video installations, simultaneously building and interrupting the codes and conventions of storytelling.

High Desert Test Sites Editions Fundraiser at Regen Proects

High Desert Test Sites Editions Fundraiser at Regen Proects

Please join us for a fundraiser to celebrate High Desert Test Sites on Saturday, November 19 from 2-4PM. This year's limited edition print will feature work by Jack Pierson.

 

"As a part-time member of the community known as HDTS, I've had the privilege of being involved almost from its inception. It's an ambitious and inspiring project with many inroads and possibilities. What they have created in this extreme environment is a leap in the direction of the sublime. I am very happy to participate with this print of a new image. A road going towards HDTS. It's all happening over that mountain. Go now..." –Jack Pierson

 

"Jack and I first met when we were both living in New York in the early 1990s. He had an exhibition at Pat Hearn Gallery where I was working as a gallery assistant, and there we formed a lasting friendship that led to him helping me start my own career. Then in 2000, an amazing coincidence occured where we both bought houses in the high desert, unbeknownst to each other. Being devoted to this region and a hugely generous human being, Jack has been involved in some way, shape, or form in nearly every HDTS event.  One of my favorite works by Jack was a beautiful pink and white road sign covered in giant sequins that said "NOTHING." The sign was stolen during our second event, and trying to locate it became fodder for many local myths, recounted at our favorite local roadside tavern The Palms."  –Andrea Zittel


Jack Pierson
On the way there, 2016
Pigment print
11.73 x 16.38 inches (29.8 x 41.6 cm)
Edition of 25

$1,500.00 (framed)


For more information or to purchase the edition, please contact Isha Welsh.

To RSVP for the event at Regen Projects, please contact Alexandra Weinress.


HDTS Editions are offered to directly support High Desert Test Sites operations and programming, and to honor contemporary artists whose work embodies the non-profit's mission statement.  Edition artists are selected from a growing roster of over 400 artists who have presented projects with High Desert Test Sites since its founding in 2002.

 

Co-founded by Andrea Zittel in 2002, High Desert Test Sites is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports intimate and immersive experiences and exchanges between artists, critical thinkers, and general audiences – challenging all to expand their definition of art to take on new areas of relevancy.   HDTS programs include guides to the high desert’s cultural test sites, immersive excursions, solo projects, workshops, and publications.

 

For more information on High Desert Test Sites, please visit: http://www.highdeserttestsites.com/hdts

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

"Brooklyn Talks: Marilyn Minter's Creative Network," Brooklyn Museum, NY, November 10, 7PM

In conjunction with her solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, please join Marilyn Minter and her creative network for a rapid-fire discussion on Thursday, November 10 at 7PM.


Panel participants include:
Sarah Nicole Prickett, founder of ADULT Magazine
Johanna Fateman, writer and post-punk musician (Le Tigre)
Richard Hell, writer, poet, and punk pioneer
Lorna Simpson, artist
Ryan McGinley, photographer
Jayson Musson, artist
Mary Heilmann, artist
Shea Spencer, agent and owner of Artists Commission
Abigail DeAtley, Director of Development at Planned Parenthood of New York City

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Theaster Gates Founds Apprenticeship Program for Underemployed Chicago Residents," Artforum

Read about Theaster Gates's new apprenticeship program, Dorchester Industries, in Artforum.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

Artist Talk, ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA, November 2, 7:30PM

Join Wolfgang Tillmans for an artist talk tomorrow at 7:30PM at ArtCenter College of Design.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

"Marilyn Minter’s Take on Sexuality, Dirt, Pimples and All," The New York Times

Save the Date: 'Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty' opens at the Brooklyn Museum on Friday, November 4. Read Randy Kennedy's preview in The New York Times.

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

"Critics' Picks: Toba Khedoori," Artforum

Toba Khedoori at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art is this week's 'Critics' Pick' in Artforum! Read Andrew Berardini's review.

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

"placebo pets," W Magazine

Congratulations to Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin on 'placebo pets,' their exclusive project for W magazine's November 2016 art issue!

 

In the project Fitch/Trecartin explore how cameras, social media, and reality TV have changed the way we engage with the world and with one another. Titled "placebo pets," supermodels Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid appear as super friendly, domesticated humanoid pets. Fitch/Trecartin see in our relationship to pets a parallel with our relationship to technology, in the way that we’ve been trained to adapt our behavior, our language, and the images we choose to present our changing selves. “There’s a certain power that animals have over us when they respond to us in unexpected, friendly ways,” says Trecartin. “And it’s really them domesticating us almost more than us domesticating them, because they’re training us to want them. Training and taming something is not one-sided. We created social media, but then it changed us because we interacted with it." Read more in an interview with Diane Solway.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Panel Discussion: New Paradigms," Art Institute of Chicago, October 20, 7PM

Tomorrow at 7PM at The Art Institute of Chicago, join Glenn Ligon, Studio Museum chief curator and director Thelma Golden, Lynette Yiadom Boakye, and Cauleen Smith for a discussion on their work and how it examines individual and collective histories along with questions of cultural, social, sexual, and racial identity.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Outstanding Contributions to the Arts Award

Congratulations to Doug Aitken, recipient of the Outstanding Contributions to the Arts Award!

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Graduate Fine Arts Lecture: Catherine Opie," Otis College of Art and Design, October 18, 7PM

Tonight at 7PM, join Catherine Opie for a talk on her work at Otis College of Art and Design.

Willem de Rooij

Willem de Rooij

“Willem de Rooij: Entitled,” Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany, October 15, 2016 – January 8, 2017

'Willem de Rooij: Entitled' opens at MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main on Friday, October 15. The exhibition brings together eighteen large-scale 'Index panels,' a selection of his large weavings, and his sportswear collection entitled 'Fong Leng.' Photo: Axel Schneider.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

"Abraham Cruzvillegas' deft view of L.A. car culture at Regen Projects," The Los Angeles Times

Read Christopher Knight's review of 'Autoconcanción' in the Los Angeles Times.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

"Critics' Picks: Abraham Cruzvillegas," Artforum

Artforum selects 'Abraham Cruzvillegas: Autoconcanción' as a 'Critics' Pick'! Read Jennifer Piejko's review here.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

"Upstarts: New ’90s Art," Frieze London, Friday, October 7, 5PM

If you're in London for Frieze Art Fair - London, join Wolfgang Tillmans, Jane & Louise Wilson, Julia Peyton-Jones, and Adrian Searle for a conversation about the London art scene in the '90s. Friday, October 7, 5-6PM in the auditorium at Frieze London. Photo: Kat Slootsky

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"700 Nimes Road," George Eastman House, Rochester, NY, October 1, 2016 – January 8, 2017

Catherine Opie's '700 Nimes Road' is currently on view at the George Eastman Museum through January 8, 2017. Join Opie tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5 at 6PM for an artist talk.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

"Abraham Cruzvillegas' buoyant assemblages toy with cars, sex and the culture of waste," The Los Angeles Times

Carolina A. Miranda speaks with Abraham Cruzvillegas about his current exhibition 'Autoconcanción,' on view through October 22. Read about it in the Los Angeles Times.

Gary Simmons

Gary Simmons

“Gary Simmons,” 1301 Broadway #101, presented by Culture Lab Detroit and Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit, MI, September 15, 2016 – January 1, 2017

Gary Simmons' first public project in Detroit is presented by Culture Lab in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD). On view through January 1, 2017.

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

"Review: At LACMA's Toba Khedoori show, enchanting mysteries burn beneath a fragile surface," The Los Angeles Times

'Khedoori starts with a primary paradox of art, in which an image is also an object. Playing with contradictions intrinsic to Modernist painting, she comes up with enchanting, unexpected hybrids.'


Read Christopher Knight's review of 'Toba Khedoori' at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art in the Los Angeles Times. Exhibition is on view through March 19, 2017.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillman Talks in Vancouver and Toronto

The Canadian Art Foundation, in partnership with the Vancouver Art Gallery, hosts a talk with the critically acclaimed German artist Wolfgang Tillmans. Tillmans will be joined in conversation by New York and Toronto-based writer and critic Tom McDonough. One of the most influential artists of his generation, Tillmans has radically redefined how photographic images are made, exhibited and encountered. This talk will mark Tillmans’s first visit to Canada in more than 20 years.

 

Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema
Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
Simon Fraser University
Vancouver, Canada
October 26, 7:00PM

 

Isabel Bader Theatre
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada
November 11, 7:00PM

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

"Toba Khedoori," published by LACMA and Prestel

Just published from Prestel Publishing, 'Toba Khedoori' accompanies the artist's major museum survey currently on view at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art through March 19, 2017. Spanning over 22 years of Khedoori's creative output, the catalogue features texts by Franklin Sirmans, Aruna D'Souza, Ann Goldstein, Brenda Shaughnessy, and Lucas Zwirner. Designed by Lorraine Wild of LA's Green Dragon.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

"Abraham Cruzvillegas Challenges Los Angeles’s Culture of Trash at Regen Projects," Artnet News

Read Maxwell William's take on "Abraham Cruzvillegas: Autoconcanción' for artnet. The exhibition is on view through October 22.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

Processions Musical Performances Series, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, September 21, 5:30PM

Theaster Gates presents 'Processions: The Runners,' the first in his series of 'Processions' musical performances, tonight at 5:30PM at The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. A conversation will follow with David Adjaye in the Ring Auditorium at 6:30PM.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

“Doug Aitken: Electric Earth,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, September 10, 2016 – January 15, 2017

'Doug Aitken: Electric Earth' opens tomorrow, September 10, at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles.

Daniel Richter

Daniel Richter

“Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogans,” Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark, September 8, 2016 – January 8, 2017

'Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogans' is now on view at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art through January 8, 2017.

Elizabeth Peyton

Elizabeth Peyton

Elizabeth Peyton and Kristian Emdal’s 'Tantris (Young Tristan),' Times Square, New York, NY, September 1 – 30, 2016

In partnership with The Metropolitan Opera and Times Square, New York City, Elizabeth Peyton and Kristian Emdal’s 'Tantris (Young Tristan)' will be screened on Times Square’s electronic billboards every night in September, from 11:57 p.m. to midnight.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Holding Court: Deana Lawson," The Underground Museum, Los Angeles, CA, August 31, 7PM

The Underground Museum and Lucie Foundation present ‘Holding Court: Deana Lawson,’ a roundtable discussion with Catherine Opie on the personal and public echoes of artistic process, Wednesday, August 31, 7PM at The Underground Museum.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

“Doug Aitken: Electric Earth,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 2016, September 10, 2016 – January 15, 2017

Read Deborah Vankin's Los Angeles Times sneak peek of 'Doug Aitken: Electric Earth,' his first North American survey spanning nearly two decades. Opening September 10 at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

Fragile (Wolfgang Tillmans), performance, Saturday, August 27, 5PM

Fragile (Wolfgang Tillmans) is performing tomorrow, August 27, at 5PM, at the BOFFO Fire Island Performance Festival in Fire Island Pines. Stage is on the beach near Susan Walk and The Meat Rack. Photo: Esteban Hernandez.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

"Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work," New Museum, New York, NY, February 8 – April 16, 2017

Just Announced: Raymond Pettibon’s first major NYC museum survey will open at the New Museum this February. The exhibit will feature over 700 of Pettibon’s drawings from the 1960s to the present, as well as a number of his early self-produced zines, artist’s books, and videos. This unique collection of objects and distinctly immersive installation will provide insight into the mind of one of the most influential and visionary living American artists.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

'Device Control'

Wolfgang Tillmans’ new EP ‘Device Control’ is available now on iTunes and Spotify. Vinyl will be available on September 16 via Fragile, and distributed worldwide by WordandSound. The title track ‘Device Control’ is featured as the intro and full length ending of Frank Ocean’s album ‘Endless.’ Read Wolfgang's interview with Pitchfork here.

Elizabeth Peyton

Elizabeth Peyton

National Sawdust+ event, presented and curated by Elizabeth Peyton, Thursday, August 18, 7PM

Elizabeth Peyton is curating a musical performance at National Sawdust+ on Thursday, August 18, at 7PM. The event will include two pieces composed by Nico Muhly, Honest Music (2002) and Drones and Violin (2011), performed by violinist Jannina Norpoth and pianist Adam Tendler. A performance by Marching Church, led by Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, will follow. Tickets can be purchased through National Sawdust+.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Theaster Gates: Processions," Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., September 21, 5:30PM

Throughout the next year, Theaster Gates will curate the performance series, 'Processions,' at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. This series of four musical performances will begin on September 21, featuring student athletes from Howard University and The Black Monks of Mississippi, coinciding with the opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture on September 24. Photo: Sara Pooley.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Artists on Art," Catherine Opie on Thomas Eakins

Catherine Opie talks about the influence of photography in Thomas Eakins' 'Wrestlers' at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Daniel Richter

Daniel Richter

Dinosaur Jr. album cover

Check out Daniel Richter's cover for the new Dinosaur Jr. album, 'Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not,' in stores now.

Dan Graham

Dan Graham

“Dan Graham/Rocks,” The Cleveland Museum of Art at Transformer Station, Cleveland, OH, August 13 – December 4, 2016

'Dan Graham/Rocks' opens at The Cleveland Museum of Art on August 13. The exhibition features his well-known video 'Rock My Religion' as well as a recent example of his large-scale pavilions, highlighting the intersection of rock music and suburban domesticity within his groundbreaking artwork.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

Aspen Art Museum Benefit Auction

Last chance to bid on Liz Larner's 'i (passage)' and to support the Aspen Art Museum.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

ART21 Season 8, 'Los Angeles,' Art in the Twenty-First Century, September 23, 9PM ET

Watch this preview clip of Liz Larner's ART21 segment. The 'Los Angeles' episode premieres on Friday, September 23, at 9PM ET on PBS.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"Theaster Gates on the nuts and bolts of life – all 30,000 of them," The Guardian

Read about Theaster Gates' exhibition 'True Value,' currently on view at Fondazione Prada, in The Guardian.

Daniel Richter

Daniel Richter

KCRW Art Talk

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp features 'Daniel Richter: wild thing' on KCRW Art Talk.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

Dia:Beacon, Beacon, NY

25 years after his solo show, Lawrence Weiner's 'Cadmium & Mud & Titanium & Ferrous Oxide & So On...' will return to the Dia Art Foundation, where it will be installed on the building's back facade. Read about it in today's New York Times.

Daniel Richter

Daniel Richter

"wild thing," Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA, June 25 – August 20, 2016

Read Thomas Duncan's review of 'Daniel Richter: wild thing' in Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles. Exhibition is on view through August 20.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

“How to Build a House Museum,” Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, July 21 – October 30, 2016

'Theaster Gates: How to Build a House Museum' opens at AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario on July 20. The exhibition presents a wide-ranging and experimental interrogation of the house museum – its legacy as monument, as historical narrative, as racial achievement, and a site for freedom – and is dedicated to black luminaries including George Black, W.E.B. Du Bois, Frankie Knuckles, and Muddy Waters. Combining house music, dance, video, sculpture and painting, Gates proposes new ways of honoring and remembering Black experience.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

"True Value," Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy, July 7 – September 25, 2016

'Theaster Gates: True Value' is on view at Fondazione Prada from July 7 to September 25. The exhibition brings together existing works and new commissions in two different spaces, and will feature a series of special events.


On July 7 at 6PM on the first floor of the Podium, join Gates, The Studio Museum in Harlem's Thelma Golden, and exhibition curator Elvira Dyangani Ose for a discussion on art and its capacity to transform institutions, history re-writing, and social practice.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

“Picture Industry,” Luma Foundation, Parc des Ateliers, Arles, France, July 4 – September 25, 2016

Walead Beshty is one of four artists chosen to curate a show for 'Systematically Open?' at the LUMA Foundation in Arles, France. Beshty's 'Picture Industry' will be on view in La Mécanique Général, Parc des Ateliers from July 4 - September 25.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

“Electric Earth,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 2016

Deborah Vankin announces Doug Aitken's upcoming exhibition at MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in the Los Angeles Times.

Daniel Richter

Daniel Richter

Interview by Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

Listen to Daniel Richter discuss his process for the new paintings currently on view in his show 'wild thing.' Exhibition runs through August 20.

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

"Priority Innfield," Musée d'art contemporain, Montréal, Canada, June 22 – September 5, 2016

'Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin: Priority Innfield' is now on view at MAC Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal through September 5, 2016.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Artists ♥ San Francisco

Catherine Opie reflects on her experience coming of age in San Francisco in this great video produced by SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

"Tristan and Isolde," through July 9, 2016

Anish Kapoor designed the stage sets for the English National Opera's production of Richard Wagner's 'Tristan and Isolde.' Performances are now on view through Saturday, July 9.

Elliott Hundley

Elliott Hundley

Staged reading of Antonin Artaud's play 'There Is No More Firmament,' at Regen Projects, Saturday, June 18, 4PM

In conjunction with the closing of Elliott Hundley's exhibition, join us for a staged reading of Antonin Artaud's play 'There Is No More Firmament,' Saturday, June 18 at 4PM. This event is open to the public, but space is limited. Please RSVP via avahess@regenprojects.com or +1 310 276 5424.

Art Basel 2016

Art Basel 2016

Hall 2.1, Booth R6, June 16 - 19

Regen Projects is pleased to participate in Art Basel (Hall 2.1, Booth R6), June 16 - 19, VIP Preview: June 13 - 15. 

 

On view will be works by Doug Aitken, Matthew Barney, Walead Beshty, John Bock, Theaster Gates, Dan Graham, Rachel Harrison, Elliott Hundley, Sergej Jensen, Anish Kapoor, Toba Khedoori, Gabriel Kuri, Liz Larner, Glenn Ligon, Marilyn Minter, Catherine Opie, Manfred Pernice, Raymond Pettibon, Jack Pierson, Lari Pittman, Daniel Richter, Gary Simmons, Wolfgang Tillmans, Ryan Trecartin, Lawrence Weiner, James Welling, and Sue Williams.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

“Autocontusión,” Scrap Metal, Toronto, Canada, May 26 – August 27, 2016

'Abraham Cruzvillegas: Autocontusión' is on view now at Scrap Metal in Toronto through August 27.

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

“9th Berlin Biennale,” Berlin, Germany, June 4 – September 18, 2016

Don't miss Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin in the 9th Berlin Biennale, on view now through September 18, 2016.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

ART21 Season 8, Art in the Twenty-First Century, September 23, 9PM ET

Congratulations to Liz Larner for being included in the 8th season of ART21's "Art in the Twenty-First Century." The Los Angeles episode premieres on Friday, September 23, at 9PM ET on PBS.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

ART21 Season 8, Art in the Twenty-First Century, September 16, 9PM ET

Congratulations to Theaster Gates for being included in the 8th season of ART21's "Art in the Twenty-First Century." The Chicago episode premieres on Friday, September 16, at 9PM ET on PBS.

Dan Graham

Dan Graham

Printer Matter, Inc., New York, Saturday, May 21, 3PM

Join Dan Graham for a launch and signing of 'Buildings and Signs' this Saturday, May 21, 3PM at Printed Matter, Inc.. The event will feature an informal conversation between Graham and artist Michael Smith on comedy.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

Bookmarc, Los Angeles, Sunday, May 22, 3-5PM

MileyxMarilyn launch at BookMarc LA with Marilyn Minter this Sunday, May 22, 3-5PM. All net proceeds from sale of t-shirts will benefit Planned Parenthood.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

“¿dónde estamos?,” oraganized by kurimanzutto, Sonora 128, Mexico City, Mexico, March 1 – May 31, 2016

Wolfgang Tillmans has inaugurated the sonora 128 billboard exhibition space, organized by kurimanzutto, with his work '¿dónde estamos?,' 2016. The billboard uses an image of an agave cactus shot by Tillmans during a trip to Mexico City in 2008, and is on view until May 31 at the corner of Sonora and Nuevo Leon in the Hipódromo Condesa neighborhood in Mexico City.

Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri

“Product Testing Unit,” Alte Fabrik, Old Factory, Rapperswil, Switzerland, May 21 – July 31, 2016

'Gabriel Kuri: Product Testing Unit' opens at the Altefabrik in Rapperswil on Friday, May 20. For his first solo exhibition in Switzerland, Kuri will present older works he categorizes under the “product testing” heading as well as a new series of sculptures created specifically for this project.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

Artist talk, National Gallery of Canada, Thursday, May 12, 6PM

Join Theaster Gates and Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Josée Drouin-Brisebois for a discussion on how Gates has expanded his artistic practice to include issues of land use, performance, object-making, and critical engagement with diverse audiences on his work.

 

The talk is free and will take place tomorrow, Thursday, May 12 at 6PM at the National Gallery of Canada.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

"Marilyn Minter's 'Pretty/Dirty' show allures and repulses all at the same time," The Los Angeles Times

Read Christopher Knight's Los Angeles Times review of Marilyn Minter's 'Pretty/Dirty' exhibition, currently on view at OCMA / Orange County Museum of Art through July 10.

John Bock

John Bock

Lecture, Sunday, April 24, 6:00PM

In conjunction with the exhibition 'ME,' join John Bock for a lecture on Sunday, April 24 at 6PM at the SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE FRANKFURT. The artist will direct the perfor­mance, which will be given by actor Laurenz Leky. Bock has devel­oped his own partic­ular form of presen­ta­tions that are an inter­play of psyche­delic Action Art, perfor­mance concerts, and theo­ret­ical demon­stra­tions.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

"Lawrence Weiner's work at Regen Projects: It's all spelled out," The Los Angeles Times

Read Leah Ollman's review of Lawrence Weiner's 'MADE TO BE' in the Los Angeles Times. The exhibition is on view through Saturday, May 7.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

“Theaster Gates: Black Archive,” Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria, April 23 – June 26, 2016

"Theaster Gates: Black Archive" opens on Saturday, April 23, at Kunsthaus Bregenz. An important aspect in Gates' work is the preservation, transformation, and archiving of objects. Throughout the duration of the exhibition, historical editions of the African American magazines Ebony and Jet will be live bound into books. Join Theaster for a bookbinding and a cappella performance on April 23 at 2PM.

 

Watch a trailer for the exhibition here.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

"Wolfgang Tillmans," Tate Modern, London, UK, February 15 – June 11, 2017

Congratulations to Wolfgang Tillmans on his major exhibition at Tate Modern, opening February 2017. "Wolfgang Tillmans" will focus on his work made in the 14 years since his last exhibition at Tate Britain in 2003.

Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri on Jean-Luc Moulène, April 19, 6:30PM

As part of Dia Art Foundation's Artists on Artists Lecture Series, join Gabriel Kuri for a talk on the work of Jean-Luc Moulène. Tuesday, April 19, 6:30PM at Dia: Chelsea.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

"Meeting Place," Between Bridges, Berlin, Germany

Wolfgang Tillmans is utilizing his Berlin exhibition space, Between Bridges, as a platform to address the ongoing European migrant crisis. From April 14 onwards, the open-ended project, 'Meeting Place,' will serve as an open space to discuss and organize activity from within the art community.

 

Check the Between Bridges website for the most updated information.

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates

Regen Projects Represents Theaster Gates

(Los Angeles, CA – April 2016) Regen Projects is pleased to announce that Theaster Gates has joined the gallery. This marks Gates’s first U.S. gallery representation since 2012.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

Regen Projects, Saturday, April 30, 4-6PM

Join us for a book launch and conversation with Walead Beshty and George Baker on Saturday, April 30, 4-6PM. RSVP to avahess@regenprojects.com.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

"As seen from your window…," The Guardian

'I wanted to do a project that could connect people and countries, that was simple and universal.'


Read about Gillian Wearing's new collaborative video project 'Your Views,' which will be on view in the United Kingdom at the University of Brighton Galleries from April 30 to May 29 as part of HOUSE and Brighton Festival.

 

To submit a video, please visit here.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

“Marilyn Minter – Pretty/Dirty,” Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA, April 2 – July 10, 2016;

Marilyn Minter's major museum retrospective 'Pretty/Dirty' opens Saturday, April 2 at OCMA / Orange County Museum of Art.

 

Join Minter and exhibition curators Bill Arning and Elissa Auther for a talk on Sunday, April 3 at 2:00PM. For more information, please visit here.

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin

“Ryan Trecartin by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer,” BOMB Magazine

Read Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer's fantastic interview with Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch in the Spring 2016 issue of BOMB Magazine, out on newsstands now.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

West Hollywood Council Chambers, Sunday, March 20, 2016, 3:00PM

This Sunday, March 20 at 3PM, join filmmaker, artist, and writer Miranda July for a talk on Catherine Opie's 700 Nimes Road, currently on view at MOCA PDC. Talk is free and will be held at the West Hollywood City Council Chambers.

Toba Khedoori, Catherine Opie, Jack Pierson, and Sue Williams

Toba Khedoori, Catherine Opie, Jack Pierson, and Sue Williams

“Don’t Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, March 12 – July 11, 2016

'Don't Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles' features work by Toba Khedoori, Catherine Opie, Jack Pierson, and Sue Williams. On view now through July 11, 2016.

 

James Welling

James Welling

“James Welling: Caligraphy,” WUHO Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, March 3 – 27, 2016

The Julius Shulman Institute at Woodbury University presents 'James Welling: Caligraphy,' opening tomorrow March 3, 7-9PM.


The exhibition brings together works made in and about Los Angeles ranging from his early photographs of the city to his most recent inkjet prints incorporating dance and architecture to his two "glass house" projects---buildings by Philip Johnson and Pierre Chareau.

 

Welling will receive the 2016 Julius Shulman Institute Award for Excellence in Photography during the opening reception.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

“Raymond Pettibon – Homo Americanus,” Deichtorhallen Hamburg/Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg, Germany, February 28 – September 25, 2016

'Raymond Pettibon: Homo Americanus,' the artist's most comprehensive museum exhibition to date, is now on view at Deichtorhallen Hamburg through September 11, 2016.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

"Sculptures That Find Emotion in Geology," The New York Times Style Magazine

Maxwell Williams sits down with Liz Larner to talk about her solo exhibition of ceramic works, now on view at the Aspen Art Museum through June 5, 2016. Read about it in T: The New York Times Style Magazine.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

“Liz Larner,” Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, February 26 – June 5, 2016

Liz Larner's solo exhibition at the Aspen Art Museum is on view now through June 5, 2016

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

“Matthew Barney: Bildungsroman,” Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Norway, February 26 – May 15, 2016

'Matthew Barney: Bildungsroman' will be on view at the Astrup Fearnley Museet in Oslo, Norway, February 26 through May 15, 2016. 


On the occasion of the exhibition's opening, please join Barney and curator Catherine Taft for a talk on his work on Thursday, February 25 at 5PM in the Kiefer hall in building 2. For more information click here.

 

Throughout the duration of the exhibition the museum will present screenings of 'River of Fundament.' For more information, to view the program, and to purchase tickets, please visit Cinemateket.

James Welling

James Welling

"James Welling's 'Choreograph' a bold dance between the real and the abstract," The Los Angeles Times

Deborah Vankin features James Welling's 'Choreograph' in the Los Angeles Times. 

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

University of Oregon, Thursday, February 18, 6:00PM

Join Liz Larner for a talk on her work this Thursday, February 18 at 6PM at the University of Oregon, Lawrence Hall, Room 115. Photo: Ethan Tate.

 

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

MOCA Grand Avenue, Thursday, February 25, 7:00PM

As part of MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles's Artists on Artists lecture series, join Walead Beshty for a talk on Michael Asher on Thursday, February 25 at 7:00PM.

James Welling

James Welling

NeueHouse, Tuesday, February 16, 7:30PM

Join James Welling and L.A. Dance Project for a rehearsal and talk on Tuesday, February 16 at 7:30PM at NeueHouse Hollywood.

Zona Maco 2016

Zona Maco 2016

Centro Citibanamex, Booth E207, Mexico City, Mexico, February 3 - 7, 2016

Regen Projects is pleased to participate in Zona Maco, 2016. Come visit us at booth E207 where we will be presenting works by Doug Aitken, Walead Beshty, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anish Kapoor, Gabriel Kuri, Liz Larner, Glenn Ligon, Catherine Opie, Raymond Pettibon, Jack Pierson, Lari Pittman, Wolfgang Tillmans, Lawrence Weiner, and James Welling.

Liz Larner and Andrea Zittel

Liz Larner and Andrea Zittel

"Six Wild, Western Projects at L.A.’s Least Stuffy Art Fair," The New York Times Style Magazine

Check out these six projects at Paramount Ranch this weekend, including Liz Larner live sculpting ceramics as part of ClayNation LIVE and Andrea Zittel's mineral expo and painted rock auction. 

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

“Catherine Opie: Portraits,” Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, January 30 – May 22, 2016

'Catherine Opie: Portraits' opens at the Hammer Museum tomorrow, January 30.


Join Opie, Hammer chief curator Connie Butler, and MOCA chief curator Helen Molesworth for a conversation on Sunday, January 31 at 3PM. 

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

“Wolfgang Tillmans: On the verge of visibility,” Museu Serralves, Porto, Portugal, January 29 – May 1, 2016

Wolfgang Tillmans's first exhibition in Portugal, 'On the Verge of Visibility,' opens at the Serralves on Saturday, January 30, 2016.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"A Catherine Opie moment in Los Angeles at MOCA and the Hammer," The Los Angeles Times

Read Deborah Vankin's interview with Catherine Opie in The Los Angeles Times on the occasion of her upcoming solo shows at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and the Hammer Museum.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

"The New Cherries on Top of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden," The New York Times

Liz Larner's 'X' will be among one of the 16 new sculptures installed in the Walker Art Center's renovated Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, opening June 2017. Read about it in The New York Times.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Refracting Race Through the Comic Lens of Richard Pryor," The New York Times

Read Holland Cotter's review of Glenn Ligon's exhibition, “We Need to Wake Up Cause That’s What Time It Is,” in The New York Times.

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

"Artist Toba Khedoori's new work whispers for a closer look," The Los Angeles Times

Read David Pagel's review of Toba Khedoori's show in The Los Angeles Times.

James Welling

James Welling

Photo LA, The REEF/LA Mart, January 21 - 24, 2016

Congratulations to James Welling, this year's Photo LA honored artist. The fair opens Thursday, January 21, at 7pm. For more information and to buy tickets, please visit here.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

Congratulations, Marilyn Minter, on receiving the Planned Parenthood Woman of Valor Award.

Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison

'The best American art shows of 2015,' The Guardian

The Guardian selects Rachel Harrison's 'Three Framers' as one of the best art shows of 2015.

Lari Pittman

Lari Pittman

Lari Pittman is appointed to MOCA, Los Angeles' Board of Trustees. Read the article in The Los Angeles Times.

 

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie is appointed to the Warhol Foundation's board of directors. Read more on Artforum.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015

Miami Beach Convention Center, Booth C14, December 3 - 6, 2015

Regen Projects is pleased to participate in Art Basel Miami Beach 2015. Come visit us at booth C14 where we will be presenting works by Doug Aitken, Matthew Barney, Walead Beshty, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin, Dan Graham, Rachel Harrison, Elliott Hundley, Sergej Jensen, Anish Kapoor, Gabriel Kuri, Liz Larner, Glenn Ligon, Scott McFarland, Marilyn Minter, Catherine Opie, Raymond Pettibon, Jack Pierson, Lari Pittman, Daniel Richter, Gary Simmons, Wolfgang Tillmans, Ryan Trecartin, Lawrence Weiner, James Welling, Sue Williams, and Andrea Zittel.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

NOWNESS features Lawrence Weiner on his exhibition, 'WITHIN A REALM OF DISTANCE,' at Blenheim Palace in England, on view through December 20, 2015.

John Bock

John Bock

'Critic's Choice: John Bock at Regen Projects: Mind-bending art for a movie town,' The Los Angeles Times

Read David Pagel's review of 'John Bock: Three Sisters' in the Los Angeles Times. The exhibition is on view through Saturday, December 19, 2015.

Sue Williams

Sue Williams

Book signing at at The Miami Beach Edition

Please join Sue Williams' for drinks and a book signing on the occasion of her new monograph, published by JRP|Ringier and featuring texts by Johanna Burton and Ruth Erickson.


Wednesday, December 2, 7-9PM
Bungalow 252 at The Miami Beach Edition
2901 Collins Ave
Miami, FL 33140

Richard Prince

Richard Prince

'First House,' 1993

Watch this video of Richard Prince talking about his 1993 'First House' installation. This off-site project in a tear-down bungalow at 540 Westmount Drive in West Hollywood marked the gallery's first exhibition as Regen Projects, formerly known as Stuart Regen Gallery.


Read the press release and view a selection of images on our website here.

 

Then read Hunter Drohojowska-Philp's review of the show in the Los Angeles Times here.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

Watch this video of Walead Beshty and Johanna Burton in conversation at IFA at NYU.

High Desert Test Sites Editions Fundraiser at Regen Projects

High Desert Test Sites Editions Fundraiser at Regen Projects

November 21, 2015

Please join us to celebrate High Desert Test Sites Editions with a fundraiser on Saturday, November 21 from 2-4PM.

 

The inaugural limited-edition print will feature work by Shannon Ebner. Landscape Incarceration (HDTS Print Edition), 2015, revisits Shannon’s first project with High Desert Test Sites in 2003, in which she set up a series of oversize letters to create this image in the desert.  The resulting photograph was originally printed as a newsprint edition, available to HDTS 3 attendees. Available framed in an edition of 10, the work will be sold for $1,400.00 each. Proceeds from the sale will go to support HDTS operations and programming. 

 

Michael Ned Holte writes, "In Landscape Incarceration, the eponymous phrase is staged as a running barrier along the desert horizon. We view the letters from behind, cheap scaffolding and all. The disorientation slyly reflects the eroding border between private interiority and public exteriority. Ebner's language, whether borrowed or not, is quietly derived from private meaning but speaks volumes when placed in the imaginary, if wholly artificial, space of the public. In turn, her photographs bear witness to the construction of meaning itself, however ephemeral or involuntary."

 

Shannon Ebner
Landscape Incarceration (HDTS Print Edition), 2015
Archival pigment print on slickrock metallic
11 x 14 inches
Edition of 10

$1,400.00 (framed)
 

 

For more information or to purchase the edition, please contact HDTS.

 

To RSVP for the event at Regen Projects, please contact Elly Hawley at +1 310 276 5424.

 

 

HDTS Editions are offered to directly support High Desert Test Sites operations and programming, and to honor contemporary artists whose work embodies everything we believe in.  Edition artists are selected from our growing roster of over 400 artists who have presented projects with High Desert Test Sites since its founding in 2002.

 

Co-founded by Andrea Zittel in 2002, High Desert Test Sites is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports intimate and immersive experiences and exchanges between artists, critical thinkers, and general audiences – challenging all to expand their definition of art to take on new areas of relevancy.   HDTS programs include guides to the high desert’s cultural test sites, immersive excursions, solo projects, workshops, and publications.

 

For more information on High Desert Test Sites, please visit: http://www.highdeserttestsites.com/hdts

Jennifer Pastor

Jennifer Pastor

Artist Talk at Hammer Museum, November 12, 7:30PM

Jennifer Pastor Artist Talk this Thursday, November 12 at 7:30PM at the Hammer Museum.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty exhibition and talk at The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Walead Beshty's Great Hall Contemporary Art Exhibition at New York University IFA opens tomorrow, Wednesday, November 11.


Join the artist for a talk on his work with art historian and curator Johanna Burton on Thursday, November 12, 6PM.

Jack Pierson

Jack Pierson

Book signing at Printer Matter, November 7, 5PM

Jack Pierson will be signing copies of his new Tomorrow's Man 3 at Printed Matter, Inc. on Saturday, November 7 from 5-7PM.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Station to Station screening at LACMA, November 5, 7:30PM

Tomorrow at 7:30PM - Join Doug Aitken for a screening of his new feature film, Station to Station, followed by a conversation with him and Film Independent's curator, Elvis Mitchell, at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Opening performance by Sun Araw.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

'Catherine Opie: The provocateur who photographed Elizabeth Taylor's home,' CNN

CNN features Catherine Opie and her new body of work on Elizabeth Taylor.

John Bock

John Bock

'Three Sisters,' Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA, November 6 - December 23, 2015

Regen Projects is pleased to present the United States premiere of John Bock's new film and installation, 'Three Sisters,' on view November 6 through December 23. Read the press release here.


Join us for the opening reception on Friday, November 6, 6-8PM.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

"Artist Abraham Cruzvillegas on 'Brilliant Ideas'," Bloomberg

Abraham Cruzvillegas' 'Empty Lot' at Tate is featured on Bloomberg Business 'Brilliant Ideas.' 

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

Conversation with Homi K. Bhabha at MOCA, Los Angeles

Watch this recent talk with Matthew Barney and Homi K. Bhabha at MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Barney's show, 'RIVER OF FUNDAMENT,' and his eponymous film are on view at the museum through January 18, 2016. For more information, including a schedule of screenings, please visit www.moca.org.

FIAC 2015

FIAC 2015

FIAC, Grand Palais, Booth B13, October 22 - 25, 2015

Regen Projects is at FIAC. Come visit us at Booth B13 where we will be presenting works by Sergej Jensen, Elliott Hundley, Walead Beshty, Liz Larner, Sue Williams, Lari Pittman, and more.

Gillian Wearing

Gillian Wearing

"Gillian Wearing," Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, Valencia, Spain, September 24, 2015 – January 10, 2016

Gillian Wearing's major solo Spanish museum exhibition is on view at IVAM, Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, through January 24, 2016.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken and Steve Erickson talk and book signing

Join Doug Aitken and Steve Erickson for a conversation and book signing on the occasion of Doug Aitken's new book 'Doug Aitken: Sculptures'. 

 

Sunday, October 18, 4:30PM

 

Family Bookstore

436 N. Fairfax Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90036

Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison

“Rachel Harrison,” Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL, October 13 – November 15, 2015

Rachel Harrison at the Bass Museum of Art opens Tuesday, October 13. Join the exhibition's curator for a talk at 6PM.

Glenn Ligon and Sue Williams

Glenn Ligon and Sue Williams

"Greater New York," MoMa PS1, Long Island City, NY, October 11, 2015 – March 7, 2016

'Greater New York,' featuring Glenn Ligon and Sue Williams, opens at MoMA PS1 on Sunday, October 11.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

“Lawrence Weiner: WITHIN A REALM OF DISTANCE,” Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, UK, October 10 – December 21, 2015

'Lawrence Weiner: Within a Realm of Distance' at the Blenheim Palace opens Saturday, October 10. Photo: Alyssa Gorelick

Daniel Richter

Daniel Richter

“Daniel Richter. Hello, I Love You,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany, October 9, 2015 – January 17, 2016

'Daniel Richter: Hello, I Love You' opens at the SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE FRANKFURT on Friday, October 9, 2015.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Artforum Critics' Pick

Artforum selects 'Glenn Ligon: Live' as a Critics' Pick! Read the review and see the show before it closes on October 10. 'Live' will be Regen Projects' last show on North Almont Drive.

Ryan Trecartin

Ryan Trecartin

'Ryan Trecartin: Four Movies,' Milwaukee Art Museum screening

Visit the Milwaukee Art Museum tomorrow, October 1, at 5:30PM for 'Ryan Trecartin: Four Movies’. Additional screenings on October 4, 10, and 11 at 2:00PM, and October 15 at 5:30PM. CENTER JENNY, Item Falls, Comma Boat, and Junior War will be shown at each screening. 138 min.

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney, William Forsythe, and Maggie Nelson, moderated by Helen Molesworth

In case you missed it, a video of the recent MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles panel featuring Matthew Barney, William Forsythe, and Maggie Nelson, moderated by Helen Molesworth is now online.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Glenn Ligon takes apart a Richard Pryor performance," The Los Angeles Times

Read Sharon Mizota's review of 'Glenn Ligon: Live' in The Los Angeles Times. Exhibition is on view through October 10 in our West Hollywood location.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

The Artist Project, Raymond Pettibon on Joseph Mallord William Turner

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York's 'The Artist Project' Season 3 features Raymond Pettibon on the art of J.M.W. Turner.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie and Bob Colacello in conversation, LACMA, Sunday, September 20, 4:00PM

Tomorrow at 4PM at Art Catalogues at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art : join Catherine Opie and Bob Colacello in conversation. The event is tied to Opie's recent book '700 Nimes Road' and Colacello's 'Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Close Up.' Book signing and reception to follow.


Below are a selection of links to some recent press on '700 Nimes Road':

 

Good Morning America
Financial Times Weekend Magazine
New York Daily News
Daily Mail
Telegraph
Harper's Bazaar
W Magazine
People
US Weekly
Coolhunting

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

Keynote: Walead Beshty and Liam Gillick, New York Art Book Fair, September 19, 6-7:30PM

Walead Beshty will be the keynote speaker at this year's New York Art Book Fair, as part of the Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference with Liam Gillick this Saturday, September 19, 6 – 7:30PM.


Keynote: Walead Beshty and Liam Gillick

This year’s conference features a keynote address by the artists Walead Beshty and Liam Gillick on the occasion of the publication of the volume Ethics in Whitechapel’s Documents of Contemporary Art series (MIT Press 2015), which was edited by Beshty, and for which Gillick was a contributor. With this volume as a backdrop, they will discuss both their work and critical writing in relation to the broad network of relations that contemporary art traffics within, and the centrality that systems of distribution and the social field have come to play in its reception.

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

"Matthew Barney’s Most Punishing Tour: ‘River of Fundament’," The New York Times

Matthew Barney profiled in The New York Times by Randy Kennedy.

Stuart Regen Visionaries Series: Hilton Als

Stuart Regen Visionaries Series: Hilton Als

Visionary Speaker, New Museum, Tuesday, September 15, 7:00PM

Hilton Als, author and critic, will be featured as this year's Stuart Regen Visionaries Series Visionary speaker at the New Museum tonight at 7PM. Now in its seventh season, the annual series spotlights innovators who shape intellectual life and define the future of culture.

 

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

"Matthew Barney: River of Fundament," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, September 13, 2015 – January 18, 2016

'Matthew Barney: RIVER OF FUNDAMENT' opens at MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles on Sunday, September 13 and runs through Monday, January 18, 2016.


'RIVER OF FUNDAMENT' will screen throughout the duration of the exhibition: Thursdays at 1:30 PM and Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30AM.


Art Talk: Matthew Barney, William Forsythe, and Maggie Nelson
Sunday, September 13 at 3PM (Note: this talk is sold out)
Tateuchi Democracy Forum At The National Center For The Preservation of Democracy (NCPD)

Art Talk: Matthew Barney and Homi K. Bhabha
Sunday, October 11 at 3PM
Tateuchi Democracy Forum At The National Center For The Preservation of Democracy (NCPD)

James Welling

James Welling

A Conversation with James Welling, Brandywine River Museum of Art, Thursday, September 10, 6:00PM

Join James Welling for a talk on his work tomorrow, Thursday, September 10, 6PM at the Brandywine River Museum of Art.

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

“Anish Kapoor,” Chateau de Versailles, Versailles, France, June 9 - November 1, 2015

Regen Projects is shocked and saddened by the recent vandalization of Anish Kapoor's work at Chateau de Versailles in France. Here is a statement released by the artist.

 

'Once again my work Dirty Corner has become a receptacle for the dirty politics of anti-semitic vandals, racists and right-wing royalists. The vandalised sculpture now looks like a graveyard, the stones are now gravestones marking the ruinous politics of fundamentalist bigotry. Dirty Corner allows this dirty politics to expose itself fully, in full view for all to see.

 

At this time, when we need to have compassion for the thousands of refugees on the road in Europe, the anti-Semitic, racist attack on Dirty Corner at Chateau de Versailles in Paris, brings to the forefront the intolerance and racism in our midst. Dirty Corner has become the vehicle for the expression of our anxiety of "the other" and emphasis that Art is a focus for our deepest longings and fears. It is urgent that we show our solidarity with the oppressed the down-trodden and those of our brothers and sisters in need.

 

As the artist I have -for the second time- to ask myself what this act of violence means to my work. the sculpture will now carry the scars of this renewed attack . I will not allow this act of violence and intolerance to be erased. Dirty Corner will now be marked with hate and I will preserve these scars as a memory of this painful history. I am determined that Art will triumph.' -- Anish Kapoor September 6, 2015

Catherine Opie and Gillian Wearing

Catherine Opie and Gillian Wearing

“The Great Mother,” Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy, August 25 – November 15, 2015

The Great Mother,' brings together the work of more than a hundred international artists, including Gillian Wearing and Catherine Opie, tracing a history of women's empowerment, chronicling gender struggles, sexual politics, and clashes between tradition and emancipation, from early avant-garde movements to the present. Curated by Massimiliano Gioni and produced by Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, the exhibition is now on view at Palazzo Reale in Milan through November 15.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

“Black & White Mike,” Center for the Arts Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, CA, August 29 – September 24, 2015

'Black & White Mike,' a tribute to artist Mike Kelley, curated by Benjamin Weissman, will feature works by 30 contemporary artists, including Lari Pittman and Raymond Pettibon. The exhibition opens Saturday, August 29 at Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock. 

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

My 10 Favorite Books: Glenn Ligon, T: The New York Times Style Magazine

Glenn Ligon shares his 'desert island' books on T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Be sure to stop by One Grand Books before it closes next Thursday, September 3.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans: Sound on Camera at The Kitchen, NY, September 14, 5:00 & 7:30 PM

Join Wolfgang Tillmans for a talk on a selection of video works at The Kitchen on Tuesday, September 14 at 5:00PM and 7:30PM.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Station to Station feature film L.A. screening, August 21 - 27, 2015

Doug Aitken's Station to Station feature film screens next week in L.A. at the Nuart Theatre, August 21 - 27.

 

Opening Weekend Events

 

Friday, August 21:

7:20PM - Musical performance by No Age

7:30PM - Screening, followed by Q&A with Doug Aitken

 

Saturday, August 22:

4:30PM - Station to Station book signing at Cinefile Video

7:20PM - Musical performance by Sun Araw

7:30PM - Screening, followed by Q&A with Doug Aitken

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Panel discussion, Saturday, August 22, 2015, 4:00PM

Join Catherine Opie, Susana Vargas Cervantes, and Iván Acebo-Choy for a panel discussion at 4PM on Saturday, August 22 at the Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo.

Willem de Rooij

Willem de Rooij

"Willem de Rooij’s 'Legal Noses'," Art Agenda

Read Jennifer Piejko's review of 'Willem de Rooij: Legal Noses' in Art Agenda.

James Welling

James Welling

"Photographer unites homage to Andrew Wyeth with exploration of color at Chadds Ford," NewsWorks

A behind the scenes look at James Welling capturing color in Andrew Wyeth's studio for a series of sculptures that will accompany his photographs in an upcoming exhibition at the Brandywine River Museum, opening August 8.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

"Within a Realm of Distance," Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, UK, October 10 - December 21, 2015

The Blenheim Art Foundation announces a solo exhibition by Lawrence Weiner at the Blenhim Palace in Woodstock, UK. Opening in October, the exhibition will feature works from Weiner made over the past several decades, in addition to significant, site-specific works, created especially for the Palace.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

“Wolfgang Tillmans: Your Body is Yours,” The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Osaka, Japan, July 25 – September 23, 2015

'Wolfgang Tillmans: Your Body is Yours' opens at the National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan on Saturday, July 25.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

Byron Rogers Federal Building commission

Liz Larner's "Public Jewel," commissioned by the GSA Art Program, is now on view at the Byron Rogers Federal Building in Denver, CO.

Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison

Artforum Critics' Pick

Rachel Harrison's 'Three Young Framers' is an Artforum Critics' Pick. Be sure to see the show before it closes on Saturday, July 18.

Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison

"Gloria: Robert Rauschenberg & Rachel Harrison," Cleveland Museum of Art, July 1 - October 25, 2015

'Gloria: Robert Rauschenberg & Rachel Harrison,' curated by Beau Rutland, will be on view at The Cleveland Museum of Art from July 1 - October 25, 2015. Taking its name from 'Gloria' (1956), an iconic work by Rauschenberg in the museum's collection, the exhibition juxtaposes Combine works and photographs by Rauschenberg with sculptures and drawings by Harrison.


Rachel Harrison: G-L-O-R-I-A will be published alongside the exhibition featuring texts by Amy Adler, Johanna Burton, Beau Rutland, and new digital collages created by Harrison specifically for this publication.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Photography and Composition, Hammer Museum Panel

Join Catherine Opie, Thomas Demand, Elad Lassry, and Russell Ferguson for a panel discussion at 2PM on Sunday, June 28 at the Hammer Museum.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

"Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty," The New York Times

Great review of 'Pretty/Dirty' in The New York Times. Congratulations, Marilyn Minter!

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Glenn Ligon on the Great bieri," The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Glenn Ligon on 'The Great Bieri' in Season 2 of 'The Artist Project' at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

"Lovely Dark," curated by Jack Pierson

"Lovely Dark," curated by Jack Pierson

"The Freedom of Young Photographers," The New Yorker

Hilton Als writes about 'Lovely Dark,' a group show of work by recent Yale MFA grads, curated by Jack Pierson. Exhibition opens at Regen Projects (West Hollywood) on Thursday, July 2, 6-8PM.

Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison

"5 Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This Week," L.A. Weekly

L.A. Weekly includes Rachel Harrison's 'Three Young Framers' in this week's '5 Art Shows to see in L.A.' 

Toba Khedoori

Toba Khedoori

"The Afghan Carpet Project," Hammer Museum, June 13 - September 27, 2015

The Afghan Carpet Project features six carpets designed by L.A. based contemporary artists—Lisa Anne Auerbach, Liz Craft, Meg Cranston, Francesca Gabbiani, Jennifer Guidi, and Toba Khedoori—which were handmade by weavers in Afghanistan. The exhibition, which opens today at the Hammer Museum, is the culmination of a project that began with a trip to Afghanistan to visit weavers in Kabul and Bamiyan in March 2014.

Art Basel 2015

Art Basel 2015

Hall 2.1, Booth R6, June 18 - 21, 2015

Regen Projects is pleased to participate in Art Basel (Hall 2.1, Booth R6), June 18 - 21, VIP Preview: June 16 -17.

 

On view will be works by Doug Aitken, Walead Beshty, John Bock, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Willem de Rooij, Rachel Harrison, Elliott Hundley, Sergej Jensen, Anish Kapoor, Toba Khedoori, Gabriel Kuri, Liz Larner, Catherine Opie, Manfred Pernice, Raymond Pettibon, Elizabeth Peyton, Lari Pittman, Gary Simmons, Wolfgang Tillmans, Gillian Wearing, Lawrence Weiner, James Welling, Sue Williams, and Andrea Zittel.

 

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Catherine Opie, Denise Duhamel, and the Stories of a Self-Portrait," Guggenheim Museum

Poet Denise Duhamel reflects on Catherine Opie's 'Self Portrait/Nursing,' currently on view in Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's 'Storylines' exhibition.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

500 Words, Artforum

Glenn Ligon featured in Artforum 500 Words with Andrianna Campbell.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

"Raymond Pettibon: From my bumbling attempt to write a disastrous musical, these illustrations muyst suffice," SFAQ

Great review for the last day of the show. Read Evan Moffitt's take on 'Raymond Pettibon: From my bumbling attempt to write a disastrous musical, these illustrations muyst suffice' on SFAQ.

Dan Graham

Dan Graham

Dan Graham: Don't Trust Anyone Over 30

The Kitchen presents Dan Graham's 'Don't Trust Anyone Over 30,' a live rock 'n roll puppet show this Tuesday, June 2 at 7PM.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon: Living the American Dream, Kumu Art Museum, May 29 - September 13, 2015

'Raymond Pettibon: Living the American Dream' is on view at the Kumu Art Museum from May 29 - September 13, 2015. Curated by Alistair Hicks, the exhibition presents a number of Stalin drawings along with a selection of works influenced by west coast surfers, baseball, and American culture.

Glenn Ligon and Lari Pittman

Glenn Ligon and Lari Pittman

"Eli and Edythe Broad Build a Museum for Their Art Collection," WSJ Magazine

Read Kelly Crow Hayes's article on the forthcoming The Broad Museum in this weekend's WSJ Magazine, featuring portraits of Glenn Ligon and Lari Pittman by Adrian Gaut.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"No. 186: Catherine Opie," The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Listen to this week's The Modern Art Notes Podcast featuring Catherine Opie, whose solo show 'Portraits and Landscapes' is currently on view at the Wexner Center for the Arts through August 2.

Sergej Jensen, Manfred Pernice, Raymond Pettibon, and Wolfgang Tillmans

Sergej Jensen, Manfred Pernice, Raymond Pettibon, and Wolfgang Tillmans

"Love Story - Works from Erling Kagge's Collection," Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, May 22 - September 27, 2015

'Love Story - Works from Erling Kagge's Collection,' featuring work by Sergej Jensen, Raymond Pettibon, Manfred Pernice, and Wolfgang Tillmans is on view now at the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo, through September 27, 2015.

Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

KCRW Art Talk

Tune in to KCRW Art Talk tonight to hear Hunter Drohojowska-Philp and Lisa Napoli discuss Raymond Pettibon's current show at Regen Projects.

Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner

2015 Roswitha Haftmann Prize

Congratulations to Lawrence Weiner, winner of the 2015 Roswitha Haftmann Prize!

Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anish Kapoor, and Gabriel Kuri

Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anish Kapoor, and Gabriel Kuri

12th Havana Biennial, May 22 - June 22, 2015

Congratulations to Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anish Kapoor, Gabriel Kuri, and all of the artists featured in the 12th Havana Biennial, Between the Idea and Experience
 
Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri will be participating in the group project, Mountains with a Broken Corner, at the former bicycle factory Claudio Argüelles Camejo on May 22 at 7:00 pm.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

Book signing and artist talk, Whitechapel Gallery, June 10, 7:00PM

Please join Walead Beshty at Whitechapel Gallery for a book signing and artist talk with Eyal Weizman, Professor of Visual Cultures and director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Gary Simmons

Gary Simmons

Art Basel announces artists participating in this year's Unlimited sector

Curated by Gianni Jetzer, Art Basel's Unlimited sector will present 74 projects from galleries participating in the show, including Gary Simmons' ‘Recapturing Memories of the Black Ark‘ (2014).

Raymond Pettibon and Dan Graham

Raymond Pettibon and Dan Graham

The Kitchen Spring Gala Benefit

This limited-edition portrait of Kim Gordon and Dan Graham by Raymond Pettibon is now on sale to benefit The Kitchen Spring Gala.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

"No. 182: Liz Larner, Tamara Schenkenberg," The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Listen to this The Modern Art Notes Podcast featuring Liz Larner, who talks about her work and her two sculptures currently on view at The Art Institute of Chicago.

Matthew Barney, Marilyn Minter‬, Elizabeth Peyton‬, Richard Prince‬, and Sue Williams

Matthew Barney, Marilyn Minter‬, Elizabeth Peyton‬, Richard Prince‬, and Sue Williams

Planned Parenthood benefit auction

Save the Date: Friday, May 15 is 'Choice Works,' a party and auction benefiting Planned Parenthood of New York City and Planned Parenthood Federation of America at Sotheby's.


Featuring work by Marilyn Minter‬, Matthew Barney, Elizabeth Peyton‬, Richard Prince‬, and Sue Williams.

James Welling

James Welling

"Getty's Experimental Photographs and Paris Photo," KCRW Art Talk

KCRW Art Talk discusses Getty Museum's 'Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography' exhibition, featuring James Welling.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, April 18 - August 2, 2015

Watch this panel discussion with Marilyn Minter , Linda Yablonsky , Bill Arning, and Elissa Auther at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

"Annenberg Space for Photography: L8S ANG3LES," KCET Artbound

Watch KCET Artbound's special episode "Annenberg Space for Photography: L8S ANG3LES," featuring Catherine Opie, John Baldessari, Julis Schulman, Tim Street-Porter, Douglas Kirkland, Greg Gorman, Lauren Greenfield, Carolyn Cole, Kirk McKoy, Lawrence Ho, and Genaro Molina.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

Artforum Critics' Pick

Artforum selects 'Wolfgang Tillmans: Book for Architects' as a Critics' Pick. The exhibition is on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York through July 5, 2015.

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

"The Agenda: This Week in Los Angeles," Art in America

Art in America's Los Angeles Agenda features several Matthew Barney events next week: screening of 'The Cremaster Cycle' and talk with Kenneth Reinhard at the Hammer Museum and the West Coast premier of his 'River of Fundament' at the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

"Marilyn Minter on Her First Major Retrospective," Vogue

Read this interview with Marilyn Minter and Mark Guiducci on Vogue. Her major American museum retrospective 'Pretty/Dirty' opens at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston on Friday, April 17.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Art Observed

ArtObserved.com features Glenn Ligon 'Well its bye-bye/If you call that gone.' Be sure to see the show before it closes this Saturday, April 18.

America Is Hard to See

America Is Hard to See

"America Is Hard to See," Whitney Museum of American Art, May 1 - September 27, 2015

We're very excited for the opening of the new Whitney Museum of American Art on Friday, May 1, 2015! The inaugural exhibition 'America Is Hard to See' will feature work by gallery artists Matthew Barney, Dan Graham, Rachel Harrison, Glenn Ligon, Catherine Opie, Raymond Pettibon, Elizabeth Peyton, Lari Pittman, Richard Prince, Ryan Trecartin, Lawrence Weiner, and Sue Williams.

James Welling

James Welling

Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography, The Getty Center, April 14 - September 6, 2015

'Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography,' featuring the work of Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, John Chiara, Chris McCaw, Lisa Oppenheim, Alison Rossiter, and James Welling, opens tonight at Getty Museum.


At 7PM join Getty curator Virginia Heckert for a discussion with the artists. Please visit the exhibition webpage for more information on the exhibition, accompanying catalogue, and surrounding events.

LACMA at 50

LACMA at 50

"50 masterpieces at LACMA," The Los Angeles Times

Congratulations to LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art on their 50th anniversary!


The weekend edition of the Los Angeles Times featured Christopher Knight highlighting 50 masterpieces from the permanent collection, including Lari Pittman's 'This Wholesomeness, Beloved and Despised, Continues Regardless'!


Read all of the Los Angeles Times's great coverage on the history of this amazing institution.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Encounters and Collisions, Nottingham Contemporary and Tate Liverpool

Great interview with Glenn Ligon about his 'Encounters and Collisions' show on ARTINFO. On view at Nottingham Contemporary through June 14 then at Tate Liverpool from June 30 through October 18.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Pratt Photography Lecture, Pratt Institute

Tonight at 6:30PM: join Catherine Opie for a talk on her work at Pratt Institute.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"He's Barack Obama's favourite artist. But is Britain ready for Glenn Ligon?," The Guardian

On the occasion of his group show 'Encounters and Collisions" opening tomorrow at Nottingham Contemporary, Jason Farago interviews Glenn Ligon in The Guardian.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

"Review: Glenn Ligon explores race in America," The Los Angeles Times

Read Christopher Knight's review of Glenn Ligon's 'Well, it's bye-bye/If you call that gone' in today's Los Angeles Times. The exhibition is on view through Saturday, April 18, 2015.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Station to Station, Barbican Centre, June 27 - July 26, 2015

Doug Aitken's 'Station to Station' opens at the Barbican Centre on Saturday, June 27. Read about the nomadic exhibition in The Guardian.

Sergej Jensen

Sergej Jensen

Visting Artist Lecture, Otis College of Art and Design

Join Sergej Jensen for a talk on his work at Otis College of Art and Design on Tuesday, March 31, 4PM

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Encounters and Collisions, Nottingham Contemporary and Tate Liverpool

'Encounters and Collisions,' a two-venue exhibition curated by Glenn Ligon, will be on view at Nottingham Contemporary (April 3 – June 14) and Tate Liverpool (June 30 – October 18).

The exhibition will feature the work of 45 artists who have influenced his own practice, ranging from Willem de Kooning, Andy Warhol, Adrian Piper, Jean Michel Basquiat, and David Hammons to Steve McQueen, Cady Noland, Lorna Simpson, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, and Chris Ofili.

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

The Gentlewoman, Spring/Summer 2015

Cristina Ruiz profiles Andrea Zittel in the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of The Gentlewoman, on newsstands now.

James Welling

James Welling

Artist talk and book signing

On the occasion of the release of his new monograph 'Diary/Landscape,' please join James Welling for an artist talk and book signing at The Art Institute of Chicago on Thursday, March 19 at 6PM.

Walead Beshty and James Welling

Walead Beshty and James Welling

Symposium: Photography and Philosophy

This weekend check out LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art's two-day symposium on 'Photography and Philosophy,' featuring an artist panel with Walead Beshty and James Welling on Saturday at 4PM.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

2015 Hasselblad Award

Congratulations, Wolfgang Tillmans, winner of the 2015 Hasselblad Award!

56th Venice Biennale

56th Venice Biennale

Featuring Walead Beshty, Glenn Ligon, and Gary Simmons

Congratulations to Walead Beshty, Glenn Ligon, Gary Simmons, and all of the artists included in Okwui Enwezor's 'All the World's Futures' at the 56th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia! On view May 9 - November 22, 2015.

Sharjah Biennial 12: the past, the present, the possible

Sharjah Biennial 12: the past, the present, the possible

Featuring Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gary Simmons

'Sharjah Biennial 12: the past, the present, the possible' opens today. Curated by Eungie Joo, the biennial features works by over fifty international artists including Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gary Simmons, and is on view through June 5, 2015.

The Armory Show 2015

The Armory Show 2015

Pier 94, Booth 504, March 5-8, 2015

Regen Projects is pleased to participate in The Armory Show (Pier 94, Booth 504), March 5-8, 2015.


On view will be works by Doug Aitken, Matthew Barney, Walead Beshty, John Bock, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Rachel Harrison, Elliott Hundley, Sergej Jensen, Gabriel Kuri, Liz Larner, Scott McFarland, Catherine Opie, Manfred Pernice, Raymond Pettibon, Elizabeth Peyton, Jack Pierson, Lari Pittman, Gary Simmons, Wolfgang Tillmans, Gillian Wearing, Lawrence Weiner, and James Welling.

A Hollywood Walk of Art: The Awards Shows

A Hollywood Walk of Art: The Awards Shows

Presented by ForYourArt

A Hollywood Walk of Art: The Awards Shows, is the first free, self-guided, walkable Hollywood art tour. For the event, ForYourArt is partnering with select local galleries, nonprofits, and restaurants to celebrate this burgeoning arts district in Hollywood.

Ryan Trecartin

Ryan Trecartin

"Ryan," VMAN Magazine

On the eve of the New Museum's Triennial 'Surround Audience,' Kevin Mcgarry profiles Ryan Trecartin for VMAN Magazine.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, April 18 - August 2, 2015

'Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty' opens Friday, April 17 at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Read about the exhibition and the accompanying catalogue here

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel: Eye on Design, Palm Springs Art Museum, March 14 - July 12, 2015

Save the date: 'Andrea Zittel: Eye on Design' opens at the Palm Springs Art Museum on Saturday, March 14, 2015. The exhibition combines commissioned original works by Zittel, along with objects from the museum's permanent collection, on view through Sunday, July 12, 2015.

Elizabeth Peyton

Elizabeth Peyton

Dries Van Noten: Inspirations, MoMu Fashion Museum Antwerp, February 13 – July 19, 2015

Dries van Noten's exhibition 'Inspirations,' featuring work by Elizabeth Peyton, opens at MoMu Fashion Museum Antwerp on Friday, February 13. Read about it in The Wall Street Journal.

James Welling

James Welling

Listening Party #18: James Welling, Shannon Ebner, and Wendy Yao

Join SASSAS tomorrow, Sunday, February 8, for a listening party with James Welling, Shannon Ebner, and Wendy Yao hosted by Diane and Michael Silver. Tickets include dinner and drinks.

Ryan Trecartin

Ryan Trecartin

"New Museum’s Triennial Is All About Being Wired," The New York Times

Read Randy Kennedy's article in The New York Times on the New Museum's triennial, curated by Ryan Trecartin and Lauren Cornell. Exhibition opens Wednesday, February 25.

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

"Recent works by British artist Anish Kapoor are on view at a compelling new show," Architectural Digest

Architectural Digest on Anish Kapoor's new show at Regen Projects.

Matthew Barney

Matthew Barney

River of Fundament website

Check out the newly launched 'River of Fundament' website, featuring a wealth of information on Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler's epic three-part operatic masterpiece.

Glenn Ligon

Glenn Ligon

Kyle Abraham performances featuring sets designed by Glenn Ligon

The Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA will present Kyle Abraham's critically acclaimed performances 'The Watershed' and 'When the Wolves Came In,' featuring sets designed by Glenn Ligon. February 12 and 13 only! 

Rachel Harrison and Catherine Opie

Rachel Harrison and Catherine Opie

Concrete Infinity, MOCA Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, September 20, 2014 - February 15, 2015

Last chance: be sure to see 'Concrete Infinity' at MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, featuring work by Rachel Harrison and Catherine Opie. The exhibition is on view through Sunday, February 15.

Sergej Jensen

Sergej Jensen

Artforum Critics' Pick

Sergej Jensen's 'Classic' is an Artforum Critics' Pick. Be sure to see the show before it closes on Saturday, February 7.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie, Wexner Center for the Arts, May 16 - August 2, 2015

'Catherine Opie: Portraits and Landscapes' opens at the Wexner Center for the Arts on Saturday, May 16.

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

Art21: Andrea Zittel’s Social Experiment

Art21 provides another glimpse into life at A-Z West.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas

Hyundai Commission 2015: Abraham Cruzvillegas, 13 October 2015 – 20 March 2016

Abraham Cruzvillegas has been selected as the first artist in a series of annual site-specific commissions at Tate Modern's Turbine Hall. 

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans

"Book for Architects," The Metropolitan Museum of Art, January 26 - July 5, 2015

Wolfgang Tillmans' installation 'Book for Architects' will be on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York January 26 - July 5, 2015.

Willem de Rooij

Willem de Rooij

"Character Is Fate," Witte de With Center, January 27, 2015 - January 3, 2016

Willem de Rooij's 'Character Is Fate' opens at the Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art on January 27.

Walead Beshty

Walead Beshty

"House of Games: A Look into the World of Walead Beshty," Art + Auction magazine

Read Maxwell William's 'In the Studio' feature with Walead Beshty in the January 2015 issue of Art + Auction magazine.

Liz Larner

Liz Larner

Liz Larner, Art Institute of Chicago, April 24 - September 24, 2015

Save the date: The Art Institute of Chicago will present two sculptures by Liz Larner on the Bluhm Family Terrace (April 24 - September 24, 2015).

Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel

Art 21: Andrea Zittel: Art & Design

Watch this new episode from Art21's 'Exclusive' series featuring Andrea Zittel.

Catherine Opie

Catherine Opie

photo la honoree

Congratulations to Catherine Opie who is being honored at this year's photo LA! Tonight's opening gala will feature a guided walk through of an installation of her work led by Weston Naef, Curator Emeritus of the Department of Photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Station To Station premiering at 2015 Sundance Film Festival

Watch the trailer for Doug Aitken's Station to Station film, premiering at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival (January 22 - February 1).

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor Chosen for Solo Show at Versailles

Congratulations, Anish Kapoor, on being selected for a solo exhibition at Château de Versailles in 2015!

Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison

"The timely sculpture of Rachel Harrison," The New Yorker

Read Peter Schjeldahl's profile of Rachel Harrison in this week's The New Yorker. Harrison will have a solo show at Regen Projects in 2015.

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken

Sign Spinning Performance

In conjunction with Doug Aitken's "Still Life" exhibition, please join us for a site-specific performance on Saturday, October 4th from 4-8pm. 

 

Stretching two blocks of Santa Monica Blvd (between Highland Blvd and Las Palmas Ave), the performance will feature LA-based street sign spinning performers and text written uniquely for this work. 

 

A sunset book signing for Doug Aitken's 2014 monograph "100 YRS" will coincide with the performance from 6-8pm on the rooftop of Regen Projects.

 

To RSVP or for more information, please contact kenzy@regenprojects.com or +1 310 276 5424