This September Luxembourg & Dayan, New York, will present Alberto Burri: Grafica, an exhibition of rarely seen prints by one of the great innovators of postwar abstraction. Set to coincide with the major retrospective Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Alberto Burri: Grafica will highlight a lesser-known side of the artist’s defiant, process-based practice.
Alberto Burri: Grafica, Luxembourg & Dayan, New York
Hauser & Wirth pays homage to photographer August Sander’s oeuvre through a display of 40 rare large-scale portraits made between 1910 and 1931.
Ken Schles: Night Walk/Invisible City, 1983-1989, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
Ken Schles has been making photographic books for over a quarter of a century. Now, his portrayal of his own home shows in 40 black and white photographs a gritty and penetrating view of 1980s New York.