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New Vibrant Body of Work by OSGEMEOS Comes to Lehmann Maupin
New Vibrant Body of Work by OSGEMEOS Comes to Lehmann Maupin

In Widewalls, writer Balasz Takac spotlights the “incredible brothers,” OSGEMEOS and praises the current show at Lehmann Maupin London. 

The Traveling Word: Cecilia Vicuña on AMAzone Palabrarmas
The Traveling Word: Cecilia Vicuña on AMAzone Palabrarmas

In MoMA Magazine, Cecilia Vicuña describes the recently acquired works, and how “words and images came alive for the artist, and joined together in one explosive dance.”

An Oral History with McArthur Binion by Judy Pfaff
An Oral History with McArthur Binion by Judy Pfaff

In BOMB Magazine, Judy Pfaff engages McArthur Binion as he shares his process of “making himself up” as a writer, printmaker, and celebrated visual artist.

Art Basel Hong Kong 2022: Looking Ahead With Lehmann Maupin’s Shasha Tittman
Art Basel Hong Kong 2022: Looking Ahead With Lehmann Maupin’s Shasha Tittman

Sandra Kwong of Prestige speaks with Lehmann Maupin Hong Kong Director, Shasha Tittman about this year’s edition of the fair and what she hopes visitors will inspire them. 

8 Gallery Shows Not to Miss During the First-Ever New York Art Week
8 Gallery Shows Not to Miss During the First-Ever New York Art Week

The editors of Artnet News deem Nari Ward’s ‘I’ll Take You There; A Proclamation’ as the top gallery exhibition to see in this May.

Chilean Artist and Activist Cecilia Vicuña—Known for Her Epic Textile Works—Will Take Over Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall this Autumn
Chilean Artist and Activist Cecilia Vicuña—Known for Her Epic Textile Works—Will Take Over Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall this Autumn

The Art Newspaper breaks the news about Cecilia Vicuña’s upcoming Hyundai Commission at the London museum.

Topping $65.1 Billion, the Art Trade Roared Back in 2021
Topping $65.1 Billion, the Art Trade Roared Back in 2021

In Art Basel’s annual market report, Brian Boucher speaks with Rachel Lehmann about the gallery’s expansion into new digital initiatives.

Xhosa Artist Nicholas Hlobo: ‘I Felt I Had to Assume a New Approach’
Xhosa Artist Nicholas Hlobo: ‘I Felt I Had to Assume a New Approach’

Caroline Roux of the Financial Times speaks with Hlobo aobut his lockdown-inspired enthusiasm for repurposed objects and bright colours, which is evident in his work on view at Lehmann Maupin London.

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