Sundaram Tagore Gallery New York, 542 West 26th Street, between 10th and 11th avenues, is open 10 am – 6 pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Singapore at Gillman Barracks is open 11 am – 6 pm Tuesday to Friday and 11 am – 7 pm Saturday.
Sundaram Tagore Gallery London at Cromwell Place is open 10 am – 6 pm Wednesday – Saturday and 10 am – 4 pm Sunday. Note: you do not need to book tickets to visit the gallery during businesss hours.
Sculpture by Beijing-based artist Zheng Lu is on view in Summoning Memories: Art Beyond Chinese Traditions which highlights works by more than 30 contemporary artists of Chinese descent who reinterpret traditions in dynamic and innovative ways.
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The title of this solo exhibition at Northern California’s Bolinas Museum is inspired by a series of 1,347 daily drawings Ando created during the Covid lockdowns. The drawings were made with natural indigo dye and micronized pure silver on washi and Hahnemühle paper. Many pieces in the exhibition, including 30 moon drawings, link directly to Ando’s deep relationship with Bolinas and coastal Northern California environments.
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The acclaimed Iranian artist discusses her transition from traditional Persian calligrapher to contemporary artist on the occasion of her 2022 solo exhibition The Road Forward at Sundaram Tagore New York.
Assouline has released a lavish coffee-table volume featuring 100 color photographs of the Kogobuji Temple atop Japan’s Mount Koya and the monumental cliff and waterfall paintings Hiroshi Senju created for the sacred site.The book is a tribute to both Hiroshi Senju and Kūkai, the Japanese Buddhist monk credited with founding the Shingon sect of Buddhism.
We are pleased to announce that gallery artist Tayeba Lippi’s work, Her Stilettos 2, 2019, has been acquired for the museum's collection.
On view through November 6, 2022. Click here for info.
Work by gallery artist Chun Kwang Young is the subject of a major solo exhibition at the Venice Biennale, on view through Nov. 27, 2022.
Ghiora Aharoni’s work is on view at The Textile Museum in Washington D.C. from February 9 to May 7, 2022.
February 19 to May 29, 2022. Click here for info.
Karen Knorr’s work is on view at the Royal Photographic Society in Bristol, UK, from January 27 to March 2022.
February 18 to July 2, 2022. Click here for info. (Photo by Stefan Jennings Batista courtesy of the University of New Mexico Art Museum.)
Hiroshi Senju's work is on view at the Art Institute of Chicago from November 13, 2021 to June 26, 2022.
Weil’s work is on view alongside sculpture by Kiki Smith and photography by Candida Höferpart in a group show of women artists who approach their work in relation to science, history and literature.
Steve Mccurry's photographs are on view at the Maillol Museum from December 9, 2021 to May 29, 2022.
Miya Ando's work is on view at the Smithsonian American Art Museum from October 22, 2021 to March 6, 2022.
Neha Vedpathak's work is on view at the National Indo-American Museum through March, 2022.
Neha Vedpathak’s work is on view at the Flint Institute of Arts from October 9, 2021 to January 9, 2022.
October 8, 2021 to January 2, 2022. Click here for info.
September 25, 2021–January 9, 2022. Click herefor info.
September 24, 2021 to January 9, 2022.
Images by Karen Knorr are on view at the At Frac des Pays de la Loire from May 19, 2021, to January 9, 2022.
Images by Magnum photographer Steve McCurry are on view at the Ernst Leitz Museum from April 20 to October 10, 2021.
Anila Quayyum Agha’s Hidden Diamond–Saffron (2019) is on view alongside work by Lucio Fontana, Urs Fischer, James Turrell, Ahmed Mater and Yayoi Kusama. The exhibition of 30 light works and new commissions is curated by Susan Davidson, former senior curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. On view through June 12, 2021. Click here for more info.
Hassan Massoudy's work is on view in a solo exhibition at the Pergamon Museum from July 7, 2021 to October 17, 2021.
Hiroshi Senju is honored at the dedication ceremony celebrating the permanent installaiton of two monumental paintings he created for Kongobuji Temple at Mount Koya in Japan.
December 5, 2020 to May 30, 2021. Click here for info.
Ricardo Mazal's work is on view in the exhibition Praga.
Karen Knorr’s work is on view at the exhibition Masculinities: Liberation Through Photography.
Susan Weil’s work is on view in the exhibition Photography and the Surreal Imagination.
Susan Weil’s work is on view in the exhibition Question Everything! The Women of Black Mountain College.
Susan Weil's work is on view in Intersections in American Art.
October 18, 2019 to February 8, 2020. Clickhere for more info. (Photo by Sam Simon courtesy of BCA.)
Hiroshi Senju’s work is on view in the museum’s newly renovated Asian Gallery.
A collaborative work by Susan Weil and Robert Rauschenberg is on view.
November 10, 2019 to February 16, 2020. Click here for info.
Miya Ando’s work is on view in the solo exhbition Form Is Emptiness, Emptiness Is Form Nov. 16, 2019 – March 9, 2020; she will speak at the museum November 16, 2019 1:15 to 3:30 pm. Click here for info.
Acclaimed Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky’s new film ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch opens September 25, 2019.
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Golnaz Fathi's work is on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Hiroshi Senju’s work will be on view at the Kobe Artists Museum & Kobe Fashion Museum in an exhibition commemorating the completion of two monumental paintings for Kongobuji Temple at Koyasan.
October 9 2019 to February 9 2019. Click here for info.
Miya Ando's work will be on view in Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today, alongside work by Andy Warhol, Marina Abramovic, Ai Weiwei, Alexis Arnold, Olafur Eliasson, Cindy Sherman and more. On view Oct. 12 – Jan. 6, 2020.
Susan Weil's work is currently on view in Once in a Blue Moon at Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle. The exhibition comprises seminal works from 1989 to the present.
Susan Weil's work is currently on view in Bauhaus and America: Experiments in Light and Movement, an exhibition at the LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur in Germany that celebrates work by the Bauhaus artists who left Europe after it closed in 1933 and came to America to carry forward their ideas and influence a new generation of American artists.
Work by gallery artist Susan Weil is on view in the exhibition The Masters: Art Students League Teachers and their Students at The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, part of New York’s iconic Art Students League on 57th street. The exhibition runs from November 1 to December 1, 2018.
Kwang Young Chun: Aggregations, a major retrospective of the Korean artist’s work, opens at the Brooklyn Museum November 16 and runs until July 2019. The exhibition features the large mixed-media installation Aggregation15 – JL038, which was the centerpiece of a recent solo show at Sundaram Tagore Chelsea.
For details, click here to visit the musuem’s website.
Two site-specific plate-glass sculptures internally etched with images of clouds are on view in Miya Ando: Clouds in the museum’s indoor-outdoor gallery April 25 – August 19, 2018. Click here for info.
March 10, 2018 to June 24, 2018. Click here for info. (Photo by Doug Eng.)
Work by Miya Ando is on view in the solo exhibition Temporal August 17, 2017 to February 4, 2018.
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Work by Miya Ando is on view in the solo exhibition Inspirations 2017 June 14 – September 16, 2017.
我们隆重宣布纽约大都会艺术博物馆新增Hiroshi Senju(千住博) 的作品水神宫为永久馆藏。此大型作品由十二块二十四英尺长的屏幕组成，展出于博物馆的亚洲艺术画廊230室。
画廊艺术家Susan Weil的作品将展出于Begin to See: The Photographers of Black Mountain College展览，是首个深入阐述学院摄影历史的艺术展。其他参展艺术家Josef Albers、Hazel Larsen Archer、Josef Breitenbach、Harry Callahan、Trude Guermonprez、Robert Haas、Clemens Kalischer、Barbara Morgan、Beaumont Newhall、Nancy Newhall、Andy Oates、Robert Rauschenberg、Aaron Siskind、Cy Twombly、Stan VanDerBeek，及Jonathan Williams。
展览期间将举行一系列研讨会，讲座和放映会，请浏览 http://www.blackmountaincollege.org/exhibitions/ 查阅详情。
恭喜画廊艺术家Susan Weil参与的Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College, 1933-1957 加州大学洛杉矶分校汉莫尔美术馆联展，获艺术评论家Christopher Knight评为洛杉矶年度十大博物馆展览之一。他写道：「对于第二次世界大战前后的一代年轻艺术家，北卡罗来纳州农村的黑山学院将成为培育美国前卫文化的主要地点。」
郑路首次于上海龙美术馆西岸馆的举行大型个人展览 - 耳且 ，展览将展出2016年全新的8组作品，在障碍之中探知阻力的美学。这是郑路自2015年台北当代艺术馆广获好评的大型个人展览后的另一展览。
艺术家Alfredo 与 Isabel Aquilizan夫妇，主要透过社区参与方式表达流离失所、改变和记忆的主题。他们在纽约(Chelsea) 圣德拉姆泰戈尔画廊 (Sundaram Tagore Gallery) 分享当前展览的作品。
Thames & Hudson 刚刚出版了Edward Burtynsky: Essential Elements，回顾艺术家过去四十年的精彩作品，辑录合共140多张标志性图像，及从未发表的摄影作品。著作由William A. Ewing编辑和策展，以五个自由组合的部分展示Burtynsky的作品，表达出艺术家的视觉语言，和反映出他探索全球化世界时所发现的困境。
他展示了Burtynsky 五个自由流畅的作品， 提供了他视觉语言的感觉, 和对我们全球化世界中心困境的探索。
自2002年出版的Vitamin P后，Phaidon Press最新发布的权威性当代绘画全球概论Vitamin P3: New Perspectives in Painting介绍了超过100位全球被誉为当代绘画界别中最突出的艺术家，为油漆绘画立下更广定义，Jane Lee为其中一位获提及的艺术家。
画廊艺术家Steve McCurry的摄影相片将会在亚洲协会香港中心《影．亚洲》Brian Brake 与 Steve McCurry摄影展览展出，庆祝亚洲协会成立六十周年。是次展览作品尽显Brian Brake及Steve McCurry对拍摄亚洲风貌的热忱。
战后时期艺术家Susan Weil 创作现于Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957艺术展展出。展览先后于波士顿当代艺术学院和洛杉矶汉莫尔美术馆展出。最后一站为哥伦布市俄亥俄州立大学卫克斯那艺术中心。此为该馆首个专注于有关大学的历史展览，该大学多年来孕育出一群中世纪前卫艺术的重要人物。
我们很高兴宣布，新加坡STG室外壁画比赛胜出者为UCA (Unknown Chinese Artists)，Soph O 和 Sam Lo。她们将于9月24日Gillman Barracks 四周年纪念周末于画廊外现场完成10米长的壁画创作。是次比赛我们收到超过六十份精彩的计划书，感激各艺术家的踊跃参与。
我们邀请纽约FIT流动设计学院艺术历史学家Rachel Baum隆重呈献着名孟加拉当代艺术家Tayeba Begum Lipi进行访谈。他们提及到这位达卡艺术家富视觉吸引力及具挑挑性性的创作素材，包括利用剃刀刀片 与安全针，及近期以商品化和自我品牌为主题的创作。
出生于美国的概念艺术家Aaron Taylor Kuffner邀请我们参观他的工作室, 了解印尼传统甘美兰音乐如何启发他的装置艺术创作。过去十年，Kuffner一直醉心研究甘美兰乐器，并与来自爪哇的工匠们一起合作。他参照峇里岛甘美兰民族乐器及机器人技术而人手制作出自动发声的敲击乐合奏团。
Long Island Pulse杂志采访了Nathan Slate Joseph，并简介有关其生活和创作。 Joseph是圣德拉姆泰戈尔画廊 (Sundaram Tagore Gallery) 的长期艺术家，他分享自己从平面创作转型为雕塑创作的过程，以及他在以色列的童年对艺术创作的启发。
6月9日纽约Chelsea画廊将呈献Miya Ando: 感知的本质艺术展，网上艺术杂志到访安藤美夜的工作室。安藤美夜谈及创作金属作品的过程、从她的祖先学会的备前剑制造技术，和分享她在烧焦木材「焼杉板」上混合亮漆和金粉的最新实验。
为庆祝纽约PS1 当代艺术中心的四十周年，创办人及总监Alanna Heiss策展了Forty艺术展，展出四十多位于1970年代另类艺术空间运动及PS1 当代艺术中心早期的主要参与艺术家作品，当中包括Robert Yasuda的创作。
请按此收听Robert Yasuda与Alanna Heiss的访谈。
6月25日为德国全新雕塑公园BEI WU开幕日，展出超过七十五件来自世界各地不同艺术家的作品，当中包括圣德拉姆泰戈尔画廊(Sundaram Tagore Gallery) 长期艺术家Fré Ilgen的十七幅画作及雕塑作品。作品将永久收藏于专门展出Ilgen作品的画廊内，及公园的不同角落。
圣德拉姆泰戈尔画廊 (Sundaram Tagore Gallery)艺术家Denise Green的作品展出于第五届绘画双年展。展览展出她的六幅作品，包括两幅抽象绘画和四幅与阿登地区战争有关的小型至大型的照片拼贴画作。
The Straits Times 重点介绍了STG新加坡著名抽象派艺术家方谨顺的形态转变与色彩：方谨顺，新加坡抽象艺术的先锋展览，并访问其家人有关筹办展览的点滴。是次展览展出较为罕见的作品，让公众欣赏现代亚洲艺术史上最显著的人物之一的精选艺术品。