Hauser & Wirth at artmonte-carlo: A Showcase of Artistic Excellence

Events & Exhibitions

June 29, 2024

Hauser & Wirth’s booth at artmonte-carlo exemplifies the gallery's commitment to showcasing exceptional artistic voices. Featuring a diverse array of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, the booth highlights both contemporary and modern masters.

Booth Highlights

Pipilotti Rist - "Peeping Freedom for Jina Mahsa Amini" (2023)

George Condo's new work on paper, "Uncle Henry" (2024), masterfully blends abstraction and figuration, suggesting extreme psychological states. Catherine Goodman's pastels on paper, fresh from her studio, exhibit energetic brushstrokes signature to her expressionistic landscapes. Pipilotti Rist's video installation, "Peeping Freedom for Jina Mahsa Amini" (2023), focuses on global women's rights activists, presenting a modern perspective.

Frank Bowling -  "Withered Roses I" (2011)

Other notable works include Cindy Sherman's 2016 photograph of herself as a flapper and Frank Bowling's vibrant painting, "Withered Roses I" (2011), celebrated for its contribution to abstraction. Jenny Holzer's monumental linen canvas, "HEREIN" (2022), part of her Redaction Paintings, aligns with her solo show at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

Bharti Kher - "Matter II" (2023)

Glenn Ligon - "Study for Negro Sunshine #151" (2023)

Bharti Kher's "Matter II" (2023), part of a new suite of paintings, explores space and energy, complementing her solo exhibition "Alchemies" at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK. Glenn Ligon's "Study for Negro Sunshine #151" (2023) exemplifies his abstracted text-based works and will feature in his upcoming project and solo show at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK.

Sculptural Masterpieces

Mark Bradford - "The Loop of Deep Waters 3" (2014)

Sculptural highlights include Mark Bradford's "The Loop of Deep Waters 3" (2014), which will be featured in his solo exhibition at Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart, Berlin. Mika Rottenberg's "Lampshare" (2023) transforms reclaimed plastic into art, echoing her solo show "Antimatter Factory" at Museum Tinguely, Basel.

Complementary Exhibitions

Courtesy to artist and Hauser & Wirth 

Larry Bell - "The Blue Gate" (2021) 

(Photo by: Alex Delfanne)

Coinciding with the fair, Hauser & Wirth Monaco presents "Larry Bell: Works from the 1970s" until 31 August 2024. On display is Bell's recent colored glass sculpture, "The Blue Gate" (2021), installed in the Jardins des Boulingrins in Monaco.

For further information, contact Alice Haguenauer at Hauser & Wirth or Adèle Godet at IC Insight Communications.


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