Deep Blue at Hall Art Foundation curated by Katherine Bradford

May 19, 2021

The Hall Art Foundation is pleased to announce Deep Blue, curated by American artist Katherine Bradford. This group show examines “deep blue” both visually as a color, but also as a phrase that can describe more abstract concepts such as mood, the natural environment, music and even a region’s political landscape.

Daydreams and Nightmares at Gagosian

May 19, 2021

“We always want to see what is hidden by what we see”, Rene Magritte. Bedroom Painting #21 is included in the exhibition “Daydreams and Nightmares”, a virtual exhibition of modern and contemporary works that engage with the genre of Surrealism. Select works will be presented on the Gagosian website from May 5 through 22, 2021.

Still Life at Almine Rech Paris, a group exhibition exploring the timeless genre

March 17, 2021

Almine Rech Paris is delighted to present Still Life, a group exhibition exploring the timeless genre, featuring works by the modern masters Alexander Calder, Maria Lassnig, Pablo Picasso, and Tom Wesselmann. With extant works dating as far back as ancient Egypt, still life painting was formalized by a set of structures during the Renaissance period, and has remained its own significant class ever since.

On Everyone’s Lips. From Pieter Bruegel to Cindy Sherman

February 3, 2021

Smoker #27, 1980 is included in the exhibition On Everyone’s Lips. From Pieter Bruegel to Cindy Sherman at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg from October 31, 2020 – June 6, 2021. “It is the most comprehensive thematic exhibition on art and culture revolving around the oral cavity ever held in Germany…With works by, among others, Albrecht Dürer, Pablo Picasso, Louise Bourgeois, Marina Abramović, and Andy Warhol, the Kunstmuseum is presenting more than 250 artworks and objects from antiquity to the present.”

Tom Wesselmann: The Great American Nudes, edited by Susan Davidson

June 22, 2020

The Estate of Tom Wesselmann, Almine Rech, and Gagosian are pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of Tom Wesselmann: The Great American Nudes. Edited by Susan Davidson, the monograph will be the first comprehensive publication dedicated to Wesselmann’s most famous body of work.

Photo Revolution at the Worcester Art Museum

February 19, 2020

Great American Nude #36 is included in the exhibition Photo Revolution: Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman at the Worcester Art Museum from November 16, 2019 to February 16, 2020. The exhibition “explores the symbiotic relationship that developed between photography and contemporary art at the end of the twentieth century.”

The Paradox of Stillness at the Walker Art Center

January 23, 2020

Tom Wesselmann’s work “Bedroom Tit Box” will be on view at the Walker Art Center, Spring, 2021. Presenting works from the early 20th century to today, The Paradox of Stillness: Art, Object, and Performance examines the notion of stillness as both a performative and visual gesture.

Amuse-bouche, The Taste of Art at the Museum Tinguely

January 23, 2020

Tom Wesselmann’s painting Still Life #3 will be included in the exhibition Amuse-bouche; The Taste of Art at the Museum Tinguely, February 19 – May 17, 2020 Museum Tinguely continues its series on the senses in the arts with a group show bringing together work by international artists who address our sense of taste as a possibility for aesthetic perception.

The Tom Wesselmann Catalogue Raisonné

February 13, 2019

The Wildenstein Plattner Institute announced the launch of the Tom Wesselmann Catalogue Raisonné project. Working in close collaboration with The Estate of Tom Wesselmann, the WPI will be creating a dynamic online publication that will link to digitized material from the artist’s own archives.

Tom Wesselmann at Almine Rech Gallery, London

January 2, 2019

Almine Rech London is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Tom Wesselmann, opening January 30th and continuing until March 23, 2019. The exhibition will consist of rarely shown works from the artist’s final years. This presentation will include three large Sunset Nude paintings, alongside abstract cut-out steel works, seen together publicly for the first time, and Exhibition Detail, a monumental assemblage exemplary of Wesselmann’s ability to blur the lines between abstraction and figuration, allowing for their harmonious coexistence.