PABLO PICASSO’S ANTI-WAR WORK GUERNICA

The Spanish Civil War broke out in July, 1936, after a group of conservative military tried to overthrow the progressive government of the Popular Front, elected in February of the same year. Expecting an easy coup, the military rebels were surprised to encounter massive popular resistance, especially in the large urban centers. In a matter…

FARAH ATASSI PAINTINGS

  Almine Rech is pleased to present the first exhibition of Farah Atassi with the gallery. The exhibition will be on view through July 26, 2019. Below is an interview between Farah Atassi and Eric Troncy, director of Consortium Museum (Dijon, France) where the artist will have a solo exhibition later this year in November….

ORIGINS & INNOVATIONS — WORKS BY DAVID SMITH AT HAUSER & WIRTH

                Hauser & Wirth is presenting its first New York solo exhibition of work by David Smith (1906 – 1965). Offering a fresh, in-depth examination of his varied career, ‘Origins & Innovations’ brings together the artist’s paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculptures of the 1930s alongside examples of his…