On the occasion of Mandy El-Sayegh and Lee Bul’s dual exhibition Recombinance, we invited Xiaoyu Weng, Associate Curator at the Guggeinheim Museum in New York, to speak with El-Sayegh about context, erasure, the body, and more. Recombinance is on view at Lehmann Maupin in New York (22nd Street) through April 10.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce the representation of Los Angeles-based artist Calida Rawles. Rawles will have her first solo exhibition in New York at Lehmann Maupin in September 2021, and will debut a permanent installation in fall 2021 at the new Hollywood Park/SoFi Stadium campus in Inglewood, California. Her work is currently on view in the exhibition Art Finds a Way at the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, and View From Here: Recent Acquisitions at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles.
We remember the life and legacy of celebrated Korean artist and professor Suh Se Ok, who passed away on November 29, at the age of 91. Suh is survived by his wife, Minza Chung; two sons, Do Ho Suh and Eulho Suh; and their respective families.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce its new seasonal exhibition space in Palm Beach, Florida, opening in mid-November and continuing through February 2021. The space will serve as a bridge between the gallery’s global programming and loyal community of longtime collectors, curators, and institutions in Palm Beach and South Florida.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to present a virtual conversation between Matthew Higgs, Director and Chief Curator of White Columns, and British artist Billy Childish, whose multi-disciplinary practice and creative process are the subject of a residency at the gallery’s new space in London at 1 Cromwell Place (October 5–25).
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce representation of Brooklyn-based artist Arcmanoro Niles. Niles will have his first solo exhibition with Lehmann Maupin in New York in June 2021 and his work will be included in a major group exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston in 2022.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce the opening of its new space in London on Monday, October 5, located at 1 Cromwell Place. Alongside galleries located in New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul, this will be Lehmann Maupin’s first in London.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to present a conversation between Mirjam Varadinis, Curator at Kunsthaus Zürich, and Kader Attia, whose practice deals with Europe and the western world’s colonial past and its consequences.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to present a conversation between Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director of Serpentine Galleries in London and Cecilia Vicuña, whose artistic practice engages with critical issues of environmental justice.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce the representation of Malawian artist Billie Zangewa, who currently lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa. For Frieze Art Fair’s Online Viewing Room, launching this week, Lehmann Maupin will present recent work by the artist. Zangewa will have her first solo presentation with Lehmann Maupin in New York this September and her first solo museum exhibition at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco in 2021.
To ensure the safety and well-being of our staff, artists, visitors, and the public, Lehmann Maupin will temporarily close our New York galleries effective immediately, Friday, March 13. This decision was made in response to the public health crisis around Coronavirus (COVID-19) and follows recommendations from the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control, and New York state and local governments.
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Next spring, Lehmann Maupin will open its U.K. outpost in London. While not an official gallery—the location will be flexible, a home base for its directors and team—it offers the possibility of future programming in addition to hosting meetings, showing art privately, and a chance to increase its presence in London and Europe.
Join us for this year’s ADAA Chelsea Gallery Walk! Member galleries throughout the neighborhood will be open late (6–8 PM) and offer special programming. At Lehmann Maupin, Curatorial Director Ann Stothart will lead tours of cart, horse, cart, an exhibition highlighting artists working with abstraction in ways that go beyond the traditional formal concerns of the genre to investigate political, social, and phsychological issues. Tour the show at two times: 6 PM at our 24th Street gallery and 6:30 PM at our 22nd Street gallery.
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Ian Berry, exhibition curator and Director of The Tang Teaching Museum, in conversation with Studio K.O.S. (Angel Abreu, Jorge Abreu, Robert Branch, and Rick Savinon). The panelists will discuss the revolutionary nature of the work of Tim Rollins and Studio K.O.S. and its significance in today’s socio-political climate, spanning topics such as social activism, education, and free speech.
Ahead of Frieze New York, The Peninsula New York is proud to present Home, an exhibition honoring the notions of home, identity and community, as an ode to The Peninsula’s larger commitment to celebrating family and heritage. The exhibition will feature a curated selection of original works by artists including Do Ho Suh, Catherine Opie, Angel Otero, Ashley Bickerton and Heidi Bucher.
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Lehmann Maupin invites you to a panel discussion on the lasting impact of the work of Heidi Bucher, featuring panelists Ziba Ardalan (Founder & Director, Parasol unit), Simon Castets (Director, Swiss Institute), and Ruth Erickson (Curator, ICA Boston).
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce representation of Mandy El-Sayegh. The gallery will feature new work from El-Sayegh in a solo exhibition at Lehmann Maupin Hong Kong in July 2019. The London-based artist previously exhibited with the gallery for her first exhibition in New York in November 2018. This week, El-Sayegh, opens a solo exhibition at London’s prestigious Chisenhale Gallery where she will present newly commissioned work.
Lehmann Maupin congratulates Lee Bul on receiving the 2019 Ho-Am Prize for the arts. The annual award is given “to people of Korean heritage who have contributed to the enrichment of culture and arts for humankind.”
작가 이불이 2019 호암상 예술부분의 수상자로 선정되었다. 이는 ‘인류의 문화 예술발전에 크게 공헌한 인사’에게 매년 수여되는 상이며, 앞서 리만머핀의 소속작가 서도호가 2017년에 수상한 바 있다.
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Examining the burgeoning and vibrant arts scene in Puerto Rico, Angel Otero and Art in America Editor William S. Smith discuss the role the arts can play in cultural rejuvenation. Smith and Otero will explore how Puerto Rico is rebuilding in the wake of Hurricane Maria and how artists are investing in the creative potential of the island.
Rachel Lehmann and David Maupin are pleased to announce Isabella Kairis Icoz, based in London, is now a Senior Director of Lehmann Maupin. Kairis Icoz has represented Lehmann Maupin in Europe since 2010 and works closely with Shirazeh Houshiary, Do Ho Suh, Gilbert & George, and the Estate of Heidi Bucher. Her new title ranks her among the gallery’s highest leadership, and recognizes her role in developing the gallery’s relationships with collectors and institutions across Europe. In 2020, under Kairis Icoz’s direction, Lehmann Maupin will open an office and viewing room in South Kensington, London, extending the gallery’s reach beyond New York and Asia, where it has operated since 1996, and 2013, respectively.
Dealers are attempting to redress the balance as report shows that women continue to be underrepresented
“Some people say these movements are ‘just a phase’ but I’m not convinced. This movement will continue to grow,” says Rachel Lehmann, the co-founder of Lehmann Maupin gallery, which has long championed female artists since its founding in 1996 and boasts a roster including Mickalene Thomas, Lee Bul, Teresita Fernández, Marilyn Minter and Cecilia Vicuña.
Rachel Lehmann and David Maupin are pleased to announce Emma Son is now Senior Director of Lehmann Maupin. Son, based in Seoul, has headed the gallery’s second Asian outpost since its opening in 2017, and works closely with Lehmann Maupin artists Lee Bul, Kim Guiline, and Suh Se Ok. Her new title ranks her among the gallery’s highest leadership, and recognizes her role in overseeing and directing the strategy of Lehmann Maupin’s expansion into Korea and greater Asian markets.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce representation of Helen Pashgian. The Los Angeles-based artist is a pioneering figure in California’s Light and Space movement of the 1960s and ’70s. The gallery will mount its first major Pashgian exhibition in spring 2020, the artist’s first in New York in nearly 50 years. Lehmann Maupin will also debut new work in May 2019 at Frieze New York.
Island Universe is a site-specific commission installed inside the newly renovated Ford Foundation. Made entirely of thousands of intricate, hand-made charcoal forms, the piece spans a 30 ft. wall and suggests the earth’s geological past, when distinct land masses formed one continuous supercontinent.
Lehmann Maupin, in collaboration with Anonymous Was A Woman, is pleased to present a panel discussion on the political act of art-making as woman, featuring artists Judith Bernstein, Betty Tompkins, Susan Unterberg, and Cecilia Vicuña.
Both the worlds of art and diversity are run predominantly by straight white men, and a few organizations like Out in Tech are trying to do something about it by promoting diversity in the world of tech. Out in Tech brings the LGBTQ+ and the tech communities together. Last November 14, the organization had an event at art gallery Lehmann Maupin's new Chelsea space as lesbian artist Catherine Opie's exhibition The Modernist hung at the gallery. That night, Out in Tech announced a new initiative that connects LGBTQ+ youth, particularly those who are people of color, to internships in the tech world. I asked George Wells, the COO of Lehmann Maupin board member of Out in Tech, about the problem with diversity in the worlds of art and tech, and what can be done to facilitate change.
On the occasion of her solo exhibition at Lehmann Maupin, MUTATIONS IN BLUE, WHITE AND RED, artist Mandy El-Sayegh will join Sohrab Mohebbi, curator, SculptureCenter, for a conversation about her practice at the gallery on Thursday, November 29, 2018.
Rachel Lehmann, the gallery co-founder, said the new [Peter Marino-designed] space and the black box theater were a must because many artists on the gallery’s roster work in performance, film and video.
Since its founding by Rachel Lehmann and David Maupin in 1996, Lehmann Maupin has been known for championing the work of groundbreaking artists like Teresita Fernández, Do Ho Suh, Mickalene Thomas and Nari Ward. Now, the New York gallery (which also has outposts in Hong Kong and Seoul) has opened a new three-story space in Chelsea.
Rachel Lehmann and David Maupin founded their gallery Lehmann Maupin in 1996 with a storefront in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. Since then, Lehmann Maupin has turned into a global art powerhouse with locations in New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul, showing artists like Mickalene Thomas, OSGEMEOS, McArthur Binion, Catherine Opie, Gilbert & George, Teresita Fernandez, Juergen Teller, and more. The duo recently expanded to a massive 8,500-square-foot, three-story flagship in Chelsea where a Getty Gas Station once stood, in the new Peter Marino-designed Getty building. An exhibition by Liza Lou served as the gallery’s inaugural show, featuring intricate beaded wall hangings made in part by women in South Africa. Lou would then explore the materiality of the beaded panels by smashing and destroying them to create textured patterns within the work. I quizzed Lehmann and Maupin about the strategy behind selecting the space, how they planned its design, diversity in the art world, and what’s next for the global gallery.
With almost every inch of New York’s West Chelsea neighbourhood now claimed, an exciting new residentialbuilding has sprouted up where the iconic Getty gas station once stood. Designed by Peter Marino, The Getty is comprised of six apartments – five full floor units and a single duplex penthouse with a roof terrace and private pool – and houses the Hill Art Foundation and the latest outpost of the Lehmann Maupin art gallery on the first four floors
Two days before its official opening, Lehmann Maupin’s Chelsea gallery is already teeming with visitors. Artists, employees, and friends are either prepping the space for the onslaught of attention soon to follow or admiring the newly installed works, which play with light and shadow on the ivory walls. One visitor is Liza Lou, the L.A.-based artist who works primarily with glass and beads and whose solo show will open the gallery later in the week. With a quiet confidence, Lou walks among her intricate creations lining the double-height space, her eyes bright.
For two decades, Lehmann Maupin has championed some of contemporary art’s most beloved luminaries, such as Do Ho Suh, Juergen Teller, and Mickalene Thomas. Founded by Rachel Lehmann and David Maupin in 1996, the gallery has had multiple homes around New York, as well as one in Hong Kong and another in Seoul to match its growing profile. Now it occupies the former site of the Getty—gas station, that is—which was an indelible landmark in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. As of early September, Lehmann Maupin’s space is in a mixed-use residential building developed by the Victor Group, fittingly dubbed the Getty.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce Liza Lou: The Classification and Nomenclature of Clouds as the inaugural exhibition of the gallery’s new, additional location at West 24th Street and Tenth Avenue. Lou will present a series of recent bodies of work produced over the last three years, including her monumental The Clouds (2015-18), recently exhibited at the 21st Biennale of Sydney. The gallery will host an opening reception for the artist on Thursday, September 6, from 6 to 8 PM, at 501 West 24th Street.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce its representation of The Heidi Bucher Estate. Heidi Bucher was a Swiss artist best known for her innovative use of latex and her exploration of the physical boundaries between the body and our surroundings. Bucher’s practice can be considered an intricate process of historical preservation and metaphorical molting, which results in the poetic visualization of the complex relationship humans have with their bodies, their past, and the spaces they inhabit. Through this intensive investigation into the female body and domestic spaces, Bucher’s work seamlessly integrated two contemporaneous themes artists were grappling with during the 1970s and 1980s: the architecture of public and private spaces, and issues of femininity and the body.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce its representation of Cecilia Vicuña. The multidisciplinary Chilean artist’s work addresses critical issues of the modern era—ecological destruction, feminism, human rights, and cultural homogenization—through her genre-bending projects uniting poetry, performance, painting, and site-specific installations that span more than 40 years. Vicuña lives and works in New York and Chile. Vicuña’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery will open May 19 at 536 West 22nd Street. A joint project with the artist is planned for the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in the spring and fall of 2018.
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce that Shasha Tittmann has joined the gallery as a director in Hong Kong. Tittmann, who brings years of experience and is fluent in Mandarin and English, will manage the Hong Kong gallery starting in September, and focus on working with collectors and institutions in Asia. She has held positions at Tang Contemporary Art, Hong Kong and Beijing; and Opera Gallery, Hong Kong. Tittmann earned a Bachelor of Arts in art history from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.