Laura Owens, Untitled, 2006. Oil and acrylic on canvas, private collection courtesy the Brant Foundation, Greenwich, Connecticut.

The Joy of Color

The Mnuchin Gallery presents The Joy of Color – an exhibition that brings together paintings and sculpture spanning eight decades, united by their unbridled celebration of color’s power to inspire and uplift. Featured artists include Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, Sam Gilliam, Jeff Koons, Laura Owens, Mark Rothko, and Alma Thomas, to name a few. November 1 through December 8, 2018, at the Mnuchin Gallery in New York


 Eco-Connectivity Exhibits Berlin

Opening November 1 for the Berlin Science Week, the Art Science exhibition features international artists that work within a wide range of eco thematics, like climate change, pollution, ecosystems, all showcased in this extensive and fact-based exhibition. The exhibit includes a flowerhouse designed by Gorenflos Architekten, video screenings with features on ecosystems recovery by John D. Liu, artist lectures, and much more. Catch the Eco-Connectivity Exhibition at Thaer-Institut’s Grand Hall, next door to the Museum für Naturkunde in the heart of Berlin November 1 through November 23, 2018.



Alberto Giacometti, 1951, Photograph by Gordon Parks, Fondation Giacometti, Paris, © The Gordon Parks Foundation

Alberto Giacometti. A Retrospective

This exhibition surveys four decades of production by Alberto Giacometti (b. 1901; d. 1966), one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. More than 200 sculptures, paintings, and drawings make up a show that offers a unique perspective on the artist’s work, highlighting the extraordinary holdings of artworks and archive material gathered by Giacometti’s wife, Annette. As an added bonus the retrospective is shown at the incredible Guggenheim Bilbao, conceived by American architect, Frank Gehry. Showing now through February 24, 2019.