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Do Ho Suh
Drawings

September 11 – October 25, 2014
201 Chrystie Street & 540 West 26th Street, New York

Robin Rhode
having been there

September 17 – November 1, 2014
Hong Kong

Lehmann Maupin:
540 West 26th Street, New York 10001 +1 212 255 2923
201 Chrystie Street, New York 10002 +1 212 254 0054

Lehmann Maupin Hong Kong:
407 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street Hong Kong +852 2530 0025

Lehmann Maupin will present American artist Jennifer Steinkamp’s digital animation Judy Crook 4 in the first edition of the West Bund Art and Design fair in Shanghai, from October 1st to the 26th: http://bit.ly/XMuCYQ
Animations from Steinkamp’s “Judy Crook” series are currently on view through 2015 at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska as part of the museum’s permanent collection and also will be presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland in Cleveland, Ohio this fall.

Lehmann Maupin will present American artist Jennifer Steinkamp’s digital animation Judy Crook 4 in the first edition of the West Bund Art and Design fair in Shanghai, from October 1st to the 26th: http://bit.ly/XMuCYQ

Animations from Steinkamp’s “Judy Crook” series are currently on view through 2015 at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska as part of the museum’s permanent collection and also will be presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland in Cleveland, Ohio this fall.

Robin Rhode's debut exhibition at our Hong Kong gallery is now open to the public and will be on view through November 1st: http://bit.ly/havingbeenthereThe exhibition’s title, having been there, is a reference to a quotation of cultural theorist Roland Barthes who wrote, referencing the depiction of photographic subjects, “photography set up, not a perception of the being there of an object…but a perception of its having been there.” Rhode’s photographs, in which he increasingly appears, though often in disguise, explore this idea further. By inserting himself into the photographic image and through his mark making, Rhode creates records and traces of “having been there.”

Robin Rhode's debut exhibition at our Hong Kong gallery is now open to the public and will be on view through November 1st: http://bit.ly/havingbeenthere

The exhibition’s title, having been there, is a reference to a quotation of cultural theorist Roland Barthes who wrote, referencing the depiction of photographic subjects, “photography set up, not a perception of the being there of an object…but a perception of its having been there.” Rhode’s photographs, in which he increasingly appears, though often in disguise, explore this idea further. By inserting himself into the photographic image and through his mark making, Rhode creates records and traces of “having been there.”

Lehmann Maupin will participate in the second edition of ArtInternational in Istanbul, from September 26-28, 2014.
Visit us at Booth C15 to view our multi-artist booth featuring new work by Kader Attia, Ashley Bickerton, Billy Childish, Tracey Emin, Teresita Fernández, Sonia Gomes, Angel Otero, Tony Oursler, Alex Prager, Robin Rhode,Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Mickalene Thomas, Nari Ward, and Erwin Wurm.
Image: Tracey Emin, Divided Personality, 2012. Embroidered calico, 64.17 x 70.08 inches, 163 x 178 cm, 73 x 79 x 4 inches (framed), 185.4 x 200.7 x 10.2 cm

Lehmann Maupin will participate in the second edition of ArtInternational in Istanbul, from September 26-28, 2014.

Visit us at Booth C15 to view our multi-artist booth featuring new work by Kader Attia, Ashley Bickerton, Billy Childish, Tracey Emin, Teresita Fernández, Sonia Gomes, Angel Otero, Tony Oursler, Alex Prager, Robin Rhode,Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Mickalene Thomas, Nari Ward, and Erwin Wurm.

Image: Tracey Emin, Divided Personality, 2012. Embroidered calico, 64.17 x 70.08 inches, 163 x 178 cm, 73 x 79 x 4 inches (framed), 185.4 x 200.7 x 10.2 cm

Read ArtReview Asia's cover feature on artist Lee Bul, recipient of the Gwangju Biennale’s Noon Award: 
"Lee attempts to salvage her own history from the ruins of the past. Similarly, her work encourages the viewer to forge critical links between the fallen societies of recent history and the precarity of the present, to question our own grandiose constructions and assume personal responsibility for a shared future we can only ever imagine."
Lee Bul's first UK solo exhibition runs at Ikon in Birmingham, September 10th – November 9th, with an accompanying exhibition at the Korean Cultural Centre in London, September 12th – November 1st: http://bit.ly/1ttoKkN

Read ArtReview Asia's cover feature on artist Lee Bul, recipient of the Gwangju Biennale’s Noon Award: 

"Lee attempts to salvage her own history from the ruins of the past. Similarly, her work encourages the viewer to forge critical links between the fallen societies of recent history and the precarity of the present, to question our own grandiose constructions and assume personal responsibility for a shared future we can only ever imagine."

Lee Bul's first UK solo exhibition runs at Ikon in Birmingham, September 10th – November 9th, with an accompanying exhibition at the Korean Cultural Centre in London, September 12th – November 1st: http://bit.ly/1ttoKkN

The National Portrait Gallery has unveiled its commissioned portrait of designer Dame Vivienne Westwood (viviennewestwoodstyle) captured by photographer Juergen Teller:
"Photography isn’t like painting, where you can decide how you want someone to look, but Juergen manages it. It must be something to do with where he places you in the picture, and the space he leaves around you."– Vivienne Westwood

The National Portrait Gallery has unveiled its commissioned portrait of designer Dame Vivienne Westwood (viviennewestwoodstyle) captured by photographer Juergen Teller:

"Photography isn’t like painting, where you can decide how you want someone to look, but Juergen manages it. It must be something to do with where he places you in the picture, and the space he leaves around you."– Vivienne Westwood

Lee Bul's first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom opens today at Ikon  Gallery and will be on view through November 9, 2014.
The survey of early drawings, studies, sculptural pieces, and visionary installations—including a new commission made for this exhibition—showcases the visually stunning and intellectually sophisticated works that have established Lee Bul as one of the most influential artists of her generation.

Lee Bul's first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom opens today at Ikon  Gallery and will be on view through November 9, 2014.

The survey of early drawings, studies, sculptural pieces, and visionary installations—including a new commission made for this exhibition—showcases the visually stunning and intellectually sophisticated works that have established Lee Bul as one of the most influential artists of her generation.

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