Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong, presents its second exhibition dedicated to Flemish artist Pieter Vermeersch. Vermeersch has developed since the turn of the 2000s a highly conceptual practice of monochromatic painting seemingly at the crossroads between Color Field and Minimalism.The show at Galerie Perrotin includes two recent ensembles of oil-on-canvas gradient fades and a wall painting installation, which are symptomatic of different tactics that the artist has deployed throughout his monochromatic exploration. The first ensemble, which consists of two large-scale abstract paintings, is based on photographs of cloudless skies. Opens 3 July.
Pieter Vermeersch, Galerie Perrotin
Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963-2010, Tate Modern, London
Including works which have never been exhibited as well as paintings, films, sculptures, notebooks, slide projections and photocopies from across five decades, Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963-2010 will be the first exhibition to fully encompass the enormously varied range of materials with which Polke worked.
Serpentine Gallery, London, charts the career and legacy of John Latham, a figure regarded as a pioneer of British conceptual art.