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  GALLERY EXHIBITIONS:
Tracey Emin LEAVING Opening Saturday 21 September 2019
SEPTEMBER 2019 - NOVEMBER 2019
Fate and Luck
MAY 2019 - JULY 2019

Richard Long (Bristol, 1945) is one of the most prominent artists of a generation that revolutionized sculptural practice in the 1970s. By the simple act of walking in the landscape, he combined aspects of minimalism, conceptualism and Arte Povera as a way to articulate ideas about time, space and man’s relationship to nature.

In the Belly of the Serpent
APRIL 2019 - MAY 2019
CHANGE CONNECT CONTINUE
JANUARY 2019 - MARCH 2019
MARTIN CREED, GIORGIO GRIFFA, TATSUO MIYAJIMA
Opening Friday 25 January 2019 at 18:30
PEOPLE
SEPTEMBER 2018 - JANUARY 2019
Eddie Peake presents People, his fourth exhibition at the gallery in Rome.The show features recent paintings in four distinct series, including vast works that resemble cinema screens, and small wooden panels.
'After Federico Garcia Lorca'
MAY 2018 - SEPTEMBER 2018
The Italian painter Francesco Clemente presents a new body of paintings inspired by Federico García Lorca’s seminal collection of poems “Poet in New York” – and especially by the poem “El Rey De Harlem” or “The King of Harlem” – written by the Spanish author while living in New York in 1929-1930.  
BREACH
FEBRUARY 2018 - MAY 2018
New Works
NOVEMBER 2017 - JANUARY 2018
Recent Works
OCTOBER 2017 - NOVEMBER 2017
The solo exhibition of Betty Woodman at Galleria Lorcan O'Neill, opening Friday 20 October 2017, features recent works from the artist’s studio in Tuscany and a selection of drawings.

Colm Toibin
JULY 2017 - JULY 2017
New Sculpture and Drawing
MAY 2017 - OCTOBER 2017
Rachel Whiteread’s third exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill features new and recent works made over the past two years, including a unique double-door sculpture, resin and concrete casts of windows and walls, as well as large new works made with papier-mâché.

Painting & Sculpture
DECEMBER 2016 - FEBRUARY 2017
For his first solo show at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Gianni POLITI has created three types of work: abstract paintings made using scraps of canvas with acrylic, oil and household paint; small portraits on canvas; and bronze stretchers of varying sizes realized with multi-colored patinas, marble and painted wood inserts. 
A reading and book signing by Patrizia Cavalli
NOVEMBER 2016 - NOVEMBER 2016
Like a Bird, Not a Feather
JUNE 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016
The title of this exhibition, a phrase by Paul Valery which is quoted by Italo Calvino in the notes of his Norton Lecture on “lightness”, expresses the idea that to fly, to leave the bounds of gravity, to reach higher and to head for the skies is to expend effort, concentration, and volition.
RIVER AVON MUD
FEBRUARY 2016 - MAY 2016
Richard Long’s fifth solo exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill is dedicated to mud paintings, with a selection of works starting from 2005 up to works made in the past two months on canvas and on Fabriano paper. The show also includes a line made on site using Italian Serpentino stone.
PINK NARCISSUS
SEPTEMBER 2015 - NOVEMBER 2015
Bidgood, while making his extraordinarily influential underground film "Pink Narcissus" in 1959, made a series of photographs of the young actors in the "underwater" sets. These now rare colour photographs, developed and printed in a local drugstore, will be shown alongside black and white photographs made by John Maybury, the British experimental film-maker, at the Temple of Segeste in Sicily.
Waiting to Love
MAY 2015 - NOVEMBER 2015
Tracey Emin’s exhibition of new paintings, embroideries, drawings and bronzes opens at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill in Rome. Emin’s particular interest in the work of Edvard Munch and Egon Schiele informs her paintings, monoprints and drawings, which explore complex personal states and ideas of self-representation.  
A Historical Masturbators
JANUARY 2015 - APRIL 2015
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new works by Eddie Peake. Painting, sculpture, performances and installations will all feature in an immersive environment. Developed out of Peake’s solo presentation for Frieze New York 2014, Psychosis, the exhibition also draws on the six months the artist has spent living and working in Rome in the lead-up to this show. 

Danza di Neuroni
OCTOBER 2014 - DECEMBER 2014

Giorgio Griffa (Turin, 1936) is one of the most radical and articulate artists of the avant-garde working in Italy today. This exhibition, entirely of work from the past year, displays an astonishing burst of creative and intellectual energy that has produced a series of paintings on unstretched canvas unified by references to the Golden Mean (Canone Aureo).

ENRICO CASTELLANI, RICHARD LONG and JEFF WALL
JULY 2014 - OCTOBER 2014
Inaugural Exhibition at Vicolo dei Catinari 3
CELIA HEMPTON
FEBRUARY 2014 - JUNE 2014
HANNA LIDEN - Diamonds in the Mine
NOVEMBER 2013 - DECEMBER 2013
Hanna Lidens work looks at the ignored edges of urban living. Her new sculptures are made from cement, tin cans, beer bottles, cheap sunglasses, garbage bags, chains and other overlooked debris from city life.
MARTIN CREED
JUNE 2013 - JULY 2013
In via Orti D'Alibert, the artist shows a new series of works, acrylic paintings, portraits, abstract compositions and a self-portrait on paper, as well as two sculptures in cardboard and iron. At via della Lungara 42: Work No. 1584: Half the air in a given space, one of the artist’s iconic balloon installations. In the new gallery at vicolo dei Catinari 3 Creed presents a grand series of sculptures, composed of iron beams stacked according to diverse structural logic, based on the industrial standard dimensions, specifically conceived for this space.
Back Chat
APRIL 2013 - MAY 2013
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
JEBILA OKONGWU
APRIL 2013 - MAY 2013
River Crossing
Il Sei Novembre del Duemilatrentanove
FEBRUARY 2013 - APRIL 2013
The past few years have seen Beninati concentrating on installations at large biennale exhibitions in Italy, China, Turkey, Eastern Europe. Between these commitments, he has been working on a new body of work in his studio in Palermo, paintings which show the artist entering a new pictorial phase in his career. They will be exhibited for the first time in Rome.
You Saved Me
DECEMBER 2012 - FEBRUARY 2013
This will be Tracey Emin's fourth exhibition with Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma. Her art is one of disclosure, using her life events as inspiration for works ranging from painting, drawing, video and installation, to photography, needlework and sculpture. 
New Paintings
SEPTEMBER 2012 - OCTOBER 2012
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma, Via Orti d'Alibert Space
For his second solo show in the gallery, Matvey Levenstein will present a group of new paintings - on canvas and on copper - of landscapes in Orient, Long Island.
Call 2 Arms
JULY 2012 - SEPTEMBER 2012
Call 2 Arms is Eddie Peake's second exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma. It opens with large spray paintings of faces rendered in vivid colours, made using the  negative space left by plastic bags and scarves. Also included are highlighter-coloured paintings on steel panels. 
Portraits
MAY 2012 - JUNE 2012
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Jeff Wall presents a group of new large-scale photographs made recently in Italy and in his home town of Vancouver in Canada. 
Text Works - 1990 to 2012
MARCH 2012 - APRIL 2012
In this exhibition we present a group of works which chronicle walks in Ireland, England, France, Italy and Greece. These texts, factual and poetic, evoke the silence and reflection of these journeys in often remote parts of the world. Long’s first text-work was made in 1969 for When Attitudes Become Form, the seminal exhibition of Conceptual Art curated by Harald Szeemann at the Bern Kunsthalle, Switzerland. 

JULIANA CERQUEIRA-LEITE - Precede / Proceed
JANUARY 2012 - MARCH 2012
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
The gallery is pleased to present a new project with Juliana Cerqueira Leite, a young Brazilian artist. The show will open on January 24th and will present new works made specifically for the show in Rome: a scupture and large body drawings.
PARTITA A QUATTRO: UNA RIFLESSIONE SULLA SCULTURA
DECEMBER 2011 - JANUARY 2012
Lupo Borgonovo, Chiara Camoni, Luca Francesconi, Alessandro Roma
A project curated by Ludovico Pratesi dedicated to the evolution of sculpture within the Italian younger generation of artists. It brings together the works of Lupo Borgonovo (Milan 1985), Chiara Camoni (Piacenza 1974), Luca Francesconi (Mantova 1979) and Alessandro Roma (Milan 1977) .

SEPTEMBER 2011 - SEPTEMBER 2011
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
MASBEDO - Until the End
JULY 2011 - SEPTEMBER 2011
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma, Lungara Space
On Wednesday 6 July 2011 the gallery opens a project featuring two new video works by MASBEDO.
Winter Women, Summer Self
MAY 2011 - SEPTEMBER 2011
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
The exhibition presents six new large paintings, portraits of women called Winter Women and five self-portraits, Summer Self, by Francesco Clemente in both the gallery spaces.
Sculpture and Drawings
SEPTEMBER 2010 - NOVEMBER 2010
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Thursday 23 September 2010, Kiki Smith will open her second solo show with the Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma. The exhibition will include new works on paper and sculptures.
Die Ordnung Der Engel
MAY 2010 - JULY 2010
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Anselm Kiefer's second solo show includes in the main gallery, new and tall paintings representing the dynamism of a primordial planetary surface as well as the cycle of life; and a site-specific sculpture installed in the gallery's annex space: a celestial orb rests on the shoulders of the life-size figure, a new character in his group of "Women of Antiquity".
Why Be Afraid...
FEBRUARY 2010 - APRIL 2010
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Tracey Emin, the internationally acclaimed English artist, will open her third solo show at the Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma on Friday, 19 February 2010. 
New Works
SEPTEMBER 2009 - JANUARY 2010
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
With mirrored columns bouncing light around the space, Cerith Wyn Evans turns the gallery into a hall of mirrors.  He also plays with mass-produced, mass-marketed images, transforming magazine pages into works of silver ink on silver backgrounds. 
Photographs
OCTOBER 2008 - NOVEMBER 2008
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Jeff Wall's second exhibition in Rome includes a number of smaller works made in the city, as well as one of his largest works, the image of a barren landscape in Sicily.
New Work
MAY 2008 - SEPTEMBER 2008
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Martin Creed’s new wall paintings were especially conceived for the gallery so as to create a pinstriped space where the viewer loses his conception of depth and gravity.
SIMON POPPER - For The Birds
APRIL 2008 - MAY 2008
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Simon Popper’s installation covers the gallery walls with linen canvases of various sizes, each representing a specific type of bird, from ostriches to parrots, finches to ducks.
Gravity
FEBRUARY 2008 - MARCH 2008
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Using Italian stones and Tiber River mud, Richard Long poses primary shapes as symbols of universal culture found both in the host place and also in relationship between man and nature.
Perentorio
DECEMBER 2007 - FEBRUARY 2008
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Perentorio includes photography, glass, and ceramics. Using his body to portray allegorical figures, Ontani draws from literature and myth to captures their attributes in his work.
New Paintings
OCTOBER 2007 - DECEMBER 2007
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Matvey Levenstein presents works strictly related to the city of Rome - his still lives start from his own snapshots of the city, and are carefully executed so as to reveal no brush marks.
Five Paintings
APRIL 2007 - MAY 2007
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Max Renkel’s second solo show at the Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma unveils five new paintings, each of which examines the female figure through uniform colors and an absence of shadow.
New Sculptures and Drawings
FEBRUARY 2007 - APRIL 2007
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Rachel Whiteread’s works are pieces of domestic furniture – chairs, stools, cabinets, and shelves – which support or contain cast cardboard boxes, closed with tape and ready to be moved.
Sculptures and Drawings
DECEMBER 2006 - JANUARY 2007
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
In these works, Down Brown avoids the heroics of classical portraiture, while employing formal craftsmanship that overtly alludes to both the rigidity and beauty of ancient Greek sculpture.
Self-Portrait Watercolours and Pantheon
MAY 2006 - AUGUST 2006
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
In Francesco Clemente’s installation, thirty-two jewel-like watercoloured self-portraits face a dramatic new painting called Pantheon, the largest single canvas the artist has ever made.
On and About
OCTOBER 2005 - NOVEMBER 2005
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Kiki Smith presents sculptures in bronze, iron, and porcelain, as an homage to the female spirit, as well as drawings beautifully rendered in pencil and coloured with the artist’s blood.
Rescued Pictures
MAY 2005 - AUGUST 2005
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Manfredi Beninati’s work hangs in a delicate balance between sweetness and disconcertion, referring both to children's toys and to the sculpture of 19th century Italian artist Medardo Rosso.
New Works
APRIL 2005 - MAY 2005
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Richard Long’s sculptures are made from the stones that pave Roman streets – “sampietrini” – as well as rose-colored stone from Puglia, along with photographs of landscapes that document the artist’s presence in nature.
Sex and Death and a Few Trees
JANUARY 2005 - MARCH 2005
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Sam Taylor-Wood introduces a series of large photographs: Self Portrait Suspended and a series of small lightboxes: The Passion Cycle.

FEBRUARY 2017 - MAY 2017
Giorgio Griffa’s second exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill retraces the artist’s history from the end of the 1960s to the present day through a brief retrospective of works. From the radical rigour of the 70s to the more expressive and liberal gestures of today, the works come together in a sequence of colour and signs. 
KIKI SMITH and BETTY WOODMAN
SEPTEMBER 2016 - NOVEMBER 2016
Presenting the exhibition of two great American artists: Kiki SMITH and Betty WOODMAN. Friends for decades and now showing together for the first time, Smith and Woodman share an affinity with Italy and have chosen Rome to present their work in a double solo show which includes tapestry, sculpture, ceramics, painting, and drawing.

THREE ROMANS
NOVEMBER 2015 - FEBRUARY 2016
Emiliano Maggi, Marco Palmieri, Gianni Politi
Galleria Lorcan O?Neill is pleased to announce ?Three Romans?, an exhibition featuring the most recent works by Emiliano Maggi, Marco Palmieri, and Gianni Politi. These young Roman artists have contributed to invigorating the contemporary art scene in Rome and extending it internationally.
Irhal - Irhal
OCTOBER 2012 - DECEMBER 2012
This is Pietro Ruffo's third exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma. These new framed works use paper and cartographic maps which Ruffo cuts, paints, assembles, and configures into complex images that refer directly to the political ideals expressed by the protesters during the recent uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East.
Paintings
SEPTEMBER 2012 - OCTOBER 2012
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma, Via della Lungara Space
Max Renkel, a German artist, will present a new project especially conceived for the gallery in Rome in Via della Lungara space.
Erma dell'Arma
MAY 2011 - MAY 2011
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma, Lungara Space
STEFANO MINZI
APRIL 2011 - MAY 2011
Street View Project, Lungara Space
On Friday 15 April 2011, the gallery will open a new project in its space in Via della Lungara, with a show by a young Italian artist Stefano Minzi: a series of works dedicated to 'air' in its multifaceted meanings and shapes. Watching these landscapes, the viewer sees something appear, it's a group of warplanes. Like modern grasshoppers carrying bombs. 

 

Unitxt Mirrored
FEBRUARY 2011 - APRIL 2011
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma, Lungara Space
On Saturday 19 February 2011, the gallery opens a new show with the German artist Carsten Nicolai. Nicolai has developed a room-size audio-visual installation (Unitxt Mirror) specifically conceived for our space in Via della Lungara.
MICHAEL DEAN
DECEMBER 2010 - FEBRUARY 2011
Street View Project
On Friday 10 December 2010, the gallery will open a new Street View project in its new space on the corner of Via Orti d'Alibert and Via della Lungara, with a show by English artist Michael Dean, The Look of Touch. On display two large sculptures which reflect upon the monumental structures of Rome.
New Sculptures and Drawings
DECEMBER 2010 - FEBRUARY 2011
On Friday 10 December 2010 the gallery will open the second exhibition of the British artist Don Brown. Questioning ideas of perfection, his sculptures catch Yoko, his wife, in everyday poses. Although without the heroics of classical portraiture, their detailed craftsmanship allude to the works of Ancient Greece or Canova.
EDDIE PEAKE
SEPTEMBER 2010 - SEPTEMBER 2010
Street View Project
On Friday 3 September 2010, Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma will open the third show of Street View program in the gallery's secondary space on the corner of Via Orti d'Alibert and Via della Lungara, with a project by English artist Eddie Peake.
In September...
AUGUST 2010 - SEPTEMBER 2010
IVAN MALERBA
DECEMBER 2009 - JANUARY 2010
Street View Project
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma presents its second Street View project, with Ivan Malerba (Naples, 1972).  Malerba lives in Glasgow, and here presents a set of nine paintings.
CARLO ZANNI
OCTOBER 2009 - DECEMBER 2009
Street View Project
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma introduces Street View, a series of short exhibitions by young artists in the gallery’s secondary space, located on the corner of Via Orti d’Alibert and Via della Lungara.  Street View’s first project is with Carlo Zanni.
GRASWEG
APRIL 2009 - SEPTEMBER 2009
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
With a series of large portraits, Pietro Ruffo reflects on his time at a psychiatric health center in Switzerland, where he collaborated with resident patients to create a permanent artwork.
Dein und mein Alter und das Alter der Welt
JANUARY 2006 - APRIL 2006
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Through an analogy between the history of mankind and the millennial history of Earth, this show investigates the fundamental, vital aspects of Kiefer’s work via successive geological eras.
CHORAL SPECTRAL
FEBRUARY 2016 - FEBRUARY 2016
For the final week of the exhibition ‘Three Romans’, the artist Emiliano Maggi presents a performance on the baroque fountain of the gallery's courtyard in collaboration with the choir of the Libera Accademia di Roma under the direction of Giovanni Gava.
 
 
More Flow
OCTOBER 2006 - NOVEMBER 2006
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
More Flow explores Tracey Emin's personal history via thoughts and dreams in which she portrays herself as a sexy, erotic icon, and as a naked, defenceless human being looking for love.
Eros Dei Eroi
OCTOBER 2004 - DECEMBER 2004
Luigi Ontani's sculptures and photographs refer to the idea of true heroism and its connection with love, as found in both sophisticated literary sources and popular traditions.
Paintings
FEBRUARY 2004 - APRIL 2004
Max Renkel concentrates on the study of colour and composition. His paintings, at first abstract, gradually reveal an imagery based on observation of nature and the human figure.
Paintings
JUNE 2003 - AUGUST 2003
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Manfredi Beninati’s use of images of the family in his paintings flirts with the conventional Madonna and child, provoking a modern, psychological interpretation of the genesis of life.
Exhibition
MARCH 2003 - MAY 2003
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Jeff Wall's first show in Rome comprises a group of carefully composed cibachrome transparencies in lightboxes, each of which is defined and yet internally energized by human absence.
Baby Birds and Things That Are Left Behind
NOVEMBER 2008 - APRIL 2009
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Gary Hume’s most recent works are paintings of baby birds, composed in his characteristic medium of colorful household gloss on aluminum panels.
SIX NATIONS
MAY 2007 - AUGUST 2007
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Using flags and maps of six different countries, Pietro Ruffo's drawings, watercolours, and paintings trace the cultural and economic influence of some of the world’s most powerful states.
I'll Wait For You In Heaven
JUNE 2004 - SEPTEMBER 2004
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Tracey Emin displays distinctive examples of her work, which showcase her ability to transmit autobiographical sentiments and situations through her techniques and materials.
Hand Made
JANUARY 2003 - MARCH 2003
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
Richard Long’s exhibition Hand Made, created for the Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma’s opening, presents a series of works on wood using mud from the rivers Avon in Somerset and Tiber in Rome.
Looking On
SEPTEMBER 2011 - NOVEMBER 2011
On Friday 30 September 2011, the gallery will open a show with new works by Rachel Whiteread: a group of resin sculptures and drawings. The show will be in both spaces of the gallery.

  OTHER EXHIBITIONS:
Works 1978 - 2018, The Brant Foundation, Greenwich CT
NOVEMBER 2018 - MARCH 2019
The Brant Foundation Art Study Center presents “Francesco Clemente: Works 1978–2018”, a survey of works by the Italian artist. The exhibition brings together a concise but comprehensive selection spanning 40 years of the artist’s work including self-portraits and portraits, works on paper, frescoes, monumental oil and watercolour paintings, and one of the artist’s notable hand painted tents. 
12 November 2018 to March 2019
The Brant Foundation Art Study Center
941 North Street, Greenwich CT 06831 - New York
A Continuous Becoming - Camden Arts Centre, London
JANUARY 2018 - APRIL 2018

Abstract painter Giorgio Griffa, closely linked to the Arte Povera movement, first became known in the 1960s as part of an Italian generation of artists who sought to radically redefine painting. At the age of 81, Griffa continues to make work in his studio in Turin. This exhibition at the Camden Arts Cenre in London spans the breadth of the artist’s practice, incorporating works from the 1960s through to today.

CHIARA BARZINI - reading & book signing
NOVEMBER 2017 - NOVEMBER 2017
MARTIN CREED - Museum Voorlinden - The Netherlands
JANUARY 2017 - SEPTEMBER 2017
Martin Creed: SAY CHEESE!
from 20 January - 7 May 2017
The exhibition brings together around 40 works to form a coherent reflection of Creed’s versatile and characteristic oeuvre and has been realized in close collaboration with the artist. 
MARTIN CREED - The Back Door, Park Avenue Armory, New York
JUNE 2016 - AUGUST 2016
Park Avenue Armory presents a solo exhibition by Martin Creed - "The Back Door". The artist continues his ongoing exploration into rhythm, scale, and order in his largest installation in the U.S. to date, a survey of his work from its most minimal moments to extravagant, larger-than-life installations. Utilizing both the Wade Thompson Drill Hall and the historic interiors of the building, Creed reimagines the space with opening and closing doors, curtains, a slamming piano, and balloons, amongst other new works made for this exhibition.
GIORGIO GRIFFA - FONDATION VINCENT VAN GOGH, ARLES
FEBRUARY 2016 - APRIL 2016
Giorgio Griffa’s solo show at the Fondation Van Gogh in Arles presents old and new works, including a selection of his recent, large-format Canone aureo (Golden Ratio) canvases. Among them is Canone aureo 705 (VVG), created in 2015 specially for this exhibition and paying dazzling homage to Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night of 1889.
The Forever Loop
OCTOBER 2015 - JANUARY 2016
Barbican London
For his new Curve commission, London-based artist Eddie Peake combines live performance with sculpture, video, installation and painting to create an energetic and erotic gallery experience. Sexuality and desire are constant themes in Peake’s live performances that typically foreground the naked body.
Side On
SEPTEMBER 2015 - NOVEMBER 2015
ICA London
For his first institutional solo exhibition in London, Prem Sahib will present new and recent work in the Lower and Upper Galleries at the ICA. A palpable sense of the body and human touch permeates throughout Sahib’s works, which comprise sculpture, paintings, works on paper and performance. Often minimal and sparse in colour, Sahib’s works invariably stand in for the body rather than offer a figurative representation.
Giorgio Griffa Une Retrospective 1968-2014
MAY 2015 - AUGUST 2015
One of the most radical and articulate artists of the avant-garde working in Italy today, Giorgio Griffa became known in the late 60s for his paintings reduced to their essential components: canvas, colours and brushstrokes. The Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève presents an exhibition covering his oeuvre between 1968 and 2014.
Un saluto a Emilio
AUGUST 1943 - SEPTEMBER 2016
RACHEL WHITEREAD - National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
SEPTEMBER 2018 - JANUARY 2019
Now showing at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, this first comprehensive survey of the work of British sculptor Rachel Whiteread (b. 1963), brings together some 100 objects from the course of the artist’s 30 year career. The exhibition opened at Tate Britain, London in September 2017; was shown at the 21er Haus Museum of Contemporary Art, Vienna, March – July 2018; and will be presented at the Saint Louis Art Museum, March – June 2019.
 
SEPTEMBER 2018 - JANUARY 2019
RACHEL WHITEREAD - Belvedere Museum, Vienna
MARCH 2018 - JULY 2018
Celebrating 25 years of Rachel Whiteread's internationally acclaimed sculpture, this touring exhibition is a comprehensive survey of one of Britain's leading contemporary artists. Having opened at Tate Britain last year, this show will place a special emphasis on the drawings and preparatory works for Whiteread's great permanent memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, unveiled in 2000 at the Judenplatz in Vienna.  
 7 March - 29 July 2018
RACHEL WHITEREAD - Tate Britain, London
SEPTEMBER 2017 - JANUARY 2018
Celebrating over 25 years of Rachel Whiteread's internationally acclaimed sculpture. The most comprehensive exhibition to date, this study of Whiteread's career brings together well-known works such as Untitled (100 Spaces) 1995 and Untitled (Staircase) 2001 alongside works that have never been previously exhibited.
 
12 September 2017 - 21 January 2018
RICHARD LONG - Houghton Hall, Norfolk - England
APRIL 2017 - OCTOBER 2017
Houghton Hall hosts a major exhibition by internationally-celebrated Turner Prize-winning British Landscape artist, Richard Long.
From 30 April to 26 October 2017
Breve Storia del resto del mondo
APRIL 2016 - JUNE 2016
Fondazione Puglisi Cosentino, Catania
"Breve Storia Del Resto Del Mondo" is an anthology of works focussing on the main social themes, a journey through the universal principles of tolerance and democracy, the idea of progress of a civilization, the forms of colonisation, the processes of cultural, social and religious emancipation that give rise to ancient and unsolved conflicts between populations. Historical and political consciousness, anthropological analysis, critique of philosophical thought, pschology of contemporary society, but also study of landscape, art-making practice linked to project design and to the typical attitude of a researcher, Pietro Ruffo, committed to a lonely and poetic reconstruction of the history (of the rest) of the world.
The Labia
JANUARY 2015 - APRIL 2015
ART BASEL HONG KONG 2014
MAY 2014 - MAY 2014
EDDIE PEAKE AT FRIEZE NY
MAY 2014 - MAY 2014
Psychosis, a solo presentation
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill is proud to present a solo presentation by Eddie Peake at Frieze New York, stand A26. Psychosis is a solo-stand of new work by Eddie Peake. It includes a see-through wall installation, paintings, sculpture, neon, and a 3-minute performance every hour. 
 
 
 
Amidst A Sea Of Flailing High Heels And Cooking Utensils, part 2
JULY 2012 - JULY 2012
Chisenhale Gallery, London
A one-night event devised by Eddie Peake. The piece features an original live musical composition and an ensemble of male and female dancers. Eddie Peake's performance is presented in co-operation with Tate Modern and follows the related performance, Amidst A Sea Of Flailing High Heels And Cooking Utensils, part 1 which took place on Saturday 21 July 2012.
Amidst A Sea Of Flailing High Heels and Cooking Utensils, part1
JULY 2012 - JULY 2012
The Tanks, Tate Modern, London
Eddie Peake presents a new performance made especially for the Tanks. He works with bodies, movement and music, playfully exploring physical form in all its manifestations.
The event coincides with the opening of the Tanks, the new space at the Tate Modern. The performance is presented in co-operation with the Chisenhale Gallery, London.
Touch
MARCH 2012 - MARCH 2012
Royal Academy of Arts, London
A performance at the Royal Academy of Arts where Eddie Peake is completing his Master's Degree. The performance, called Touch is a 30-minute game of naked five-a-side football.
Kiki Smith: Sojourn
FEBRUARY 2010 - SEPTEMBER 2010
Brooklyn Museum, New York
In this exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Kiki Smith presents a unique, site-specific installation exploring ideas of creative inspiration and the cycle of life in relation to women artists.
Roommates/Coinquilini
JANUARY 2010 - APRIL 2010
MACRO, Rome
Second appointment at MACRO, Museum in Rome, with works of young Roman artists in dialogue between eachother.
Pietro Ruffo presents a large installation of an Italian landscape. His show is curated by Ilaria Marotta.
CapoDIOmonte
APRIL 2009 - JUNE 2009
Museo di Capodimonte, Naples
A solo show by Luigi Ontani at Museo Capodimonte in Naples. The show present 32 works by the artists (Photos, ceramics, marbles) installed in dialogue between the collection and furniture of the museum.
Made Up
SEPTEMBER 2008 - NOVEMBER 2008
Liverpool Biennial International Festival of Contemporary Art
Manfredi Beninati takes part of the Biennial with an installation To Think of Something, a new site-specific commission, behind the fagade of apparently abandoned building, Beninati reveals to us a secretly inhabited apartment. The boarded up windows of a derelict burnt-out house play host to a poster, but a gap in the hoarding offers a stolen glimpse onto an altogether more domestic scene.
Yoko
JULY 2007 - SEPTEMBER 2007
Le Consortium, Dijon
Don Brown's solo show at the contemporary art centre Le Consortium in Dijon, France, showcases the artist's drawings and sculptures, the latter of which are modeled on his wife, Yoko.
COLM TÓIBÍN & RACHEL WHITEREAD: In Conversation - TESTAMENT
JULY 2018 - JULY 2018
Down Over Up
JULY 2010 - OCTOBER 2010
The Fruitmarket, Edinburgh
A major exhibition of recent work by Martin Creed in Scotland with catalogue. The show focuses on stacking and progression - stacks of planks, tables, boxes, series of paintings. A highlight of the exhibition is a new commission in which Creed turns the Gallery's staircase into a synthesizer, with each step sounding a different note on the scale as the audience walks up or down.
I sei traditori della libertà
JUNE 2010 - JULY 2010
Pastificio Cerere, Rome
I sei traditori della libertà is a solo show by Pietro Ruffo, presenting his final step on the figure of Isaiah Berlin and the concept of positive/negative freedom elaborated in the text "Two concepts of freedom" (1958). The exhibition is curated by Laura Barreca.
Things
FEBRUARY 2010 - APRIL 2010
The Common Guild, Glasgow
Things is a selection of works by Martin Creed from a period over 15 years. Utilising commonplace materials from copy paper and cardboard boxes to dining room tables, carefully ordered according to size, Creed presents the spectrum of possibilities we are offered every day and highlights the absurdity that can be found in the ordinary.
La Gioventù delle Colline
NOVEMBER 2009 - DECEMBER 2009
MAR, Ravenna
Ruffo depicts scenarios of conflict in Middle East as a historical stereotype, free of any moralistic intention. The artist explains the way in which the actions of war are directly related to animal instincts in nature.
 
Her Memory
FEBRUARY 2009 - MAY 2009
Fundaciò Mirò, Barcelona
The Joan Mirò Foundation in Barcelona presents Her memory, an exhibition by Kiki Smith containing recent work by the US artist. It is an exhibition that travelled before to the Museum Haus Esters in Krefeld and the Kunsthalle Nuremberg, in Germany (her home town).
GiganteRazzEtàArtiCentAuro
JANUARY 2008 - MAY 2008
MAMBO, Museum of Modern Art, Bologna
MAMbo dedicates to Luigi Ontani, in his hometown, an important retrospective with a rich selection of about two hundred works, from the sixties until today and some new works especially produced for the occasion.
51st Venice Biennale
JUNE 2005 - NOVEMBER 2005
DARC Pavilion, Giardini, Venice
In 2005 Manfredi Beninati was selected as one of four young artists to represent his country at Venice Biennale. His installation was at DARC Pavilion in the Giardini. Beninati's pictorial production is intrinsically bound to installations that appear to be deserted sets, spaces that are often inaccessible and that the viewer can only observe through cracks or darkened glass soliciting a sort of voyeurism which violates the private sphere and the indefiniteness of memory.
Rachel Whiteread. Study for room
JANUARY 2013 - JUNE 2014
Rachel Whiteread, one of the leading international artists of her generation (awarded the Turner Prize in 1993 and represented Britain at the Veniec Biennale in 1997), will show in Bologna a group of works ranging from 1991 to 2013 that share the common vision of daily objects and intimate spaces in Giorgio Morandi's collection at MAMbo Museum. Her works dialogue with a still life of Giorgio Morandi from 1956.
Un istante complesso
MAY 2009 - JULY 2009
Centro Arti Visive Pescheria, Pesaro
In this solo show, curated by Ludovico Pratesi, Ruffo presents a group of six large flags: Israel, Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Hamas, whose territory is fraught with political and religious conflicts.
Genthara
OCTOBER 2003 - JANUARY 2004
SMAK, Gent
The Genthara exhibition illustrates Ontani's whole career on the basis of photos, drawings, sculptures, works in glass and ceramics, more than two hundred of his works from 1967 through 2003.
Cell Projects, London Dem 2012
MARCH 2012 - MARCH 2012
A solo project by Eddie Peake: it is a rolling performance playing with the typical conventions and format of a solo show in a gallery. Eddie Peake has used edited VHS footage from his own family archive as a central point of departure, but where one might ordinarily expect to find video played on a loop in a gallery, invites the audience to request it to be played from the beginning, or not.
Rachel Whiteread Drawings
JANUARY 2010 - APRIL 2010
The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
The Hammer Museum presents the first museum retrospective of drawings by British artist Rachel Whiteread. While her sculpture is well known and widely published; her work on paper has remained largely behind the scenes produced independently of her sculpture yet evoke similarly poignant notions of presence and absence. This exhibition will travel to the Nasher Museum in Dallas and the Tate Britain in London.