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Gabriel Coxhead

David Hockney

David Hockney is one of the most popular and widely-recognized artists of our time," states the introductory wall text in Tate Britain's retrospective––though actually that's putting it mildly.&nbsp…

Amie Siegel

Marble is a metamorphic rock—limestone, originally, that has been compressed and refined by geologic forces and has undergone a change of state.

Ken Price

Ken Price (1935–2012) wanted his ceramics to look like they were made out of color—and that was certainly the effect of those exhibited in the North Gallery of Hauser & Wirth’s impressive survey show…

Uriel Orlow

Uriel Orlow is Swiss, and lives and works in London—so mounting an exhibition about the history and culture of South Africa, specifically exploring links between plant ecology and social identity in t…

Mary Heilmann

It was palpably clear from her Whitechapel Gallery retrospective that Mary Heilmann had initially trained as a sculptor—and not just because the earliest piece on display, The Big Dipper (1969), was…

Mark Wallinger

Selfhood has been the main, abiding theme of Mark Wallinger’s art in recent years. For his debut exhibition with Hauser & Wirth, spread across the gallery’s two neighboring London spaces, he gave the

Hilma af Klint

Hilma af Klint (1862–1944) was a pioneering abstractionist—that, essentially, is how the Serpentine frames the artist for its current survey of her work, “Painting the Unseen.” Certainly, the five-roo…