Past Exhibitions

Barakat Contemporary (Seoul), presented solo exhibitions of pioneering Korean artists Yunchul Kim, Chung Seoyoung and Sojung Jun.

Various Small Fires (Dallas, Los Angeles and Seoul), presented a solo exhibition of Mark Yang titled 'Lucid Dream'.

New York-based gallerist Destinee Ross-Sutton presents My World/View, Nedia Were's first European solo exhibition, consisting of large canvases in his signature style.

Oslo-based gallery OSL contemporary presents an exhibition featuring new works by Vanessa Baird, titled 'I Can Get Back Down to the End of the Town and Be Back in Time for Tea'.

Kasmin presented the first UK solo survey of London-born, New York-based conceptual artist James Nares (she/her, b. London, 1953).

blank, based in Cape Town, presented 'Shadows over the bright and darkened lands of the earth', a solo exhibition by Zoë Paul.

Wilding Cran Gallery presented 'The Air Upon You', a selection of new works by Los Angeles-based artists Michelle Blade, Mustafa Ali Clayton, Karon Davis, and February James.

East London-based gallery Kate MacGarry presented a group exhibition 'TWENTY', in celebration of the gallery’s 20th anniversary

Shanghai-based Vanguard Gallery presented works by Kelvin Kyung Kun PARK, Gresham Tapiwa NYAUDE, JIN Haofan, and LAM Pok Yin in the group exhibition ‘Unruly Paradigms'

The Pit, Los Angeles-based gallery, presented new works by Heather Day, Howard Fonda, Bella Foster, Erik Frydenborg, James Goss, Kelly Lynn Jones, Liz Markus, Anthony Miler, Devin Troy Strother, and Maryam Yousif

Offer Waterman and Turnbull Studio presented a major retrospective exhibition of William Turnbull (1922 - 2012) to celebrate the centenary of the artist’s birth

Vadehra Art Gallery presented 'Anatomy of a Flame', a solo body of work by leading Indian contemporary artist Anju Dodiya

Athr Gallery presented the Saudi-Palestinian artist Dana Awartani with of her solo exhibition ‘When Fire Loves Water’

Hymodernity presented 'Canon!', an exhibition which explores the potential and the possibilities of an evolutionary 'Now'

Gallery Baton, from Seoul, presented 'Indexing the Nature: From Near and Far Away', a group exhibition featuring selected works of 12 artists

Paris-based gallery Galerie Poggi presented a group exhibition 'The Territories of Abstraction', including artworks by Kapwani Kiwanga, Nikita Kadan, Sophie Ristelhueber, Sidival Fila and Ittah Yoda

Paul Hughes Fine Arts, London, and Herlitzka + Faria, Buenos Aires, presented  the group exhibition 'Confluences in South American Art: 2000 BC to 2022 AD'

Jason Haam, from Seoul, South Korea, presented a solo exhibition by Belgian-artist Marie Cloquet

Tiwani Contemporary presented Michaela Yearwood-Dan

Friends Indeed Gallery, from San Francisco, presents Patty Chang and Jiab Prachakul

BERG Contemporary from Reyjavík, Iceland, brought together video artists from two different generations: Steina & Woody Vasulka and Sigurður Guðjónsson

hunt kastner from Prague, Czech Republic, presented Anna Hulačová, and Pavla Malinová

Dastan Gallery, from Tehran, Iran, with the first in a new series of exhibitions, 'Soft Edge of the Blade', gathered a long list of contemporary Iranian artists

Arts Council Collection presented an exhibition of their recent acquisitions including works by Abigail Reynolds, Miranda Forrester, Shezad Dalwood, Rosa-Johan Uddoh, Oliver Beer, Liv Preston, Adam Farah and others, titled 'Right About Now'

Berlin based gallery Dittrich & Schlechtriem presented an exhibition of Julian Charrière, Andreas Greiner, and Julius von Bismarck, titled 'New-to-Nature'

Allied Editions consisting of Camden Art Centre, Chisenhale Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Serpentine, South London Gallery, Studio Voltaire and Whitechapel Gallery presented editions of over 100 artists

Los Angeles based gallery Commonwealth and Council presented an exhibition by Danielle Dean, Nikita Gale, P. Staff and EJ Hill, titled 'Give, Up'

Guatemala based gallery Proyectos Ultravioleta presented a joint exhibition by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter, titled 'Nina's Wishbone'

New York based gallery James Cohan presented a solo exhibition of Christopher Myers, titled 'I Dare Not Appear' in October 2021