Xavier Hufkens is pleased to announce that Sayre Gomez has joined the gallery.

The first Tallinn Biennial kicks off in Estonian capital on 2 July 2020 and aims to fill the gap, geographically and institutionally, between the Kaunas, Riga and Helsinki Biennials. Tallinn Biennial will attract international attention to the local scene, present the work of artists to a broader public and through a curatorial standpoint will speak of issues relevant for today.

König Galerie announces representation of Chiharu Shiota.

Galerie Max Hetzler, London is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works on paper and sculptures by Christopher Wool. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in the UK since 2006 and the eighth solo show with Galerie Max Hetzler since 1989.

Until further notice, Koelnmesse is suspending the art berlin art fair, which took place for the third time in September 2019 as a fair for modern and contemporary art at Tempelhof Airport. The decisive factor for this decision consists of the current framework conditions in Berlin, which provide no real planning security.

From August 2019 to July 2020, Dóra Maurer, a Hungarian fine artist, has a retrospective exhibition at Tate Modern in London. The artist was born in 1937 and her work can be characterized by mathematical thinking, geometric systems, curved planes and a peculiar use of color/space. Despite her prominent talents, to get into one of the world's leading contemporary institutions is a very complex process which requires the work of many other people. Attila Pőcze, head of the Vintage Gallery, has been representing Dóra Maurer in the art world for many years. On the occasion of this retrospective we spoke to him about their collaboration and the importance of this exhibit at Tate Modern.