A new cycle of four paintings by British artist Henry Hudson at Hannah Barry Gallery features a large-scale, custom-fitted Scagliola floor providing a scenography and stage for a series of new performances in the space.
All the blind men presents the results of Babak Golkar’s two-year long investigation into the possibilities of painting: the apparatus of its circulation and its tenacity as a means to carry meaning and value.
Pat Steir – Paintings features ten new paintings from her recent Split series, which are distinguished by a central vertical ‘split’; extending the aesthetic investigations of her hallmark Waterfall paintings of the late 1980s and 1990s.
Concrete-Disco-Systems is a solo exhibition of recent work by Andrew Bick at Hales Gallery in London. Celebrating a focused, research-led practice that seeks to reconsider histories of constructivism and systems art in a contemporary context.