31 August 2018

The Nearly Identical Stars Of Cindy Sherman – Zoltan Alexander

Sprüth Magers presents Cindy Sherman’s first solo exhibition in the UK since her last show in 2011, with a body of work inspired by fictional pre-war film stars. The “Untitled” series was first shown in Europe in Berlin last year.

20 February 2018

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2 May 2016

Berlin Gallery Weekend 2016 Paul Carter Robinson Chooses Six Of The Best

Just returned from Berlin Gallery Weekend and much to report. Choosing six of the best is never easy, as I must have visited over 100 galleries and artists studios, over the four day period. I have chosen two international galleries, Spruth Magers and Blain Southern which both excel in wow factor exhibitions as well as four Berlin […]

30 April 2016

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Spruth Magers Presents Three Varied Solo Exhibitions For Berlin Gallery Weekend

Spruth Magers is presenting three artist solo shows as part of their programme for Berlin Gallery Weekend. Artlyst attended the exhibition which was mounted in their impressive tree floor building in the Mitte area of the city. Craig Kauffman  Sprüth Magers inaugural exhibition with the Craig Kauffman Estate, the gallery presents a selection of early […]

22 October 2015

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Thomas Demand’s Latent Forms On Display At Spruth Magers

Over the past two years, Thomas Demand has spent many hours in the Tokyo offices of renowned architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, or SANAA, observing their working processes. The result is a new series of large-scale close-up photographs that has its origins in 2011, when Demand came across the models of architect John Lautner, […]

16 October 2015

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Artlyst Photo Special: Gallery Stand Highlights At Frieze London 2015

Artlyst is excited as always to be scouring Frieze London 2015 for the very latest and greatest in contemporary art, having previously released our essential, online, Frieze and Frieze Week collateral Art Fair Guide, for London 2015, for the 13th edition of Frieze London taking place in The Regent’s Park, from 14 to 17 October […]

3 May 2015

Berlin: Vibrant Art Community Comes Alive During Gallery Weekend

Just back from Berlin and thinking about all of the significant art that I saw on my three day trip. I’m quite sure that I missed plenty, but anything as well organised by this vibrant arts community will produce an excess of compelling and ‘worth a visit’ shows.  First on my list, carrying on from Thursday where […]

21 March 2015

Analia Saban, El Anatsui, And Sunday In The Park With Ed, Exhibition Round-Up

Analia Saban: Interiors – Sprüth Magers Sprüth Magers presents Analia Saban: Interiors, the artist’s third exhibition with Sprüth Magers, and her first in the London gallery. The artist manipulates the conventions of photography, painting and sculpture. Saban attempts to change the viewers perception through the juxtaposition of media and genre. Using the constituent parts of […]

12 January 2015

Joseph Kosuth At Sprüth Magers London – Illumination Without Brilliance

Sprüth Magers, presents an exhibition of Joseph Kosuth ‘Amnesia: Various, Luminous, Fixed.’ featuring work that dates from 1965 up to 2011, the exhibition is said to offer an extensive overview of Joseph Kosuth’s oeuvre in neon. The show chronicles an almost 50-year investigation into the role of language and meaning in art, as well as […]

26 November 2014

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Armory Show New York Announces Its 2015 Gallery Line-Up

One of New Yorks leading art events, The Armory Show 2015 returns for its seventeenth edition. Several London galleries are crossing the pond again this year including: Blain | Southern, Lisson Gallery, Victoria Miro, Sprüth Magers, Carl Freedman Gallery, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, Josh Lilley and Max Wigram Gallery.The event takes place […]

16 April 2014

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Andreas Gursky Presented In Two Major London Gallery Exhibitions In April

White Cube Bermondsey and Sprüth Magers London are presenting major new exhibitions of the photographer Andreas Gursky. White Cube’s exhibition is his first in London since 2007 and his second with the gallery. Gursky’s photographs frequently depict the landscape and structures of late capitalism; its sites of industry, leisure and consumption with sharp and critical acuity. […]

5 February 2014

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John Waters Exhibits Photographic Essays and Narrative Sculptures In Berlin

One of the most celebrated directors in American independent cinema, John Waters is at his vibrant best when flaunting Hollywood’s rules or reveling in bad taste. The director of Pink Flamingos (1972) and Pecker (1998) brings the same wit and audacity to the art gallery. Perched upon his Bad Director’s Chair, Waters has cast his […]

24 May 2013

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German Artist Andreas Schulze Second Spruth Magers London Solo Show

Sprüth Magers London will present an exhibition of new work by acclaimed German artist Andreas Schulze.  In his second solo show at the London gallery, the artist will present two ceramic sculptures alongside a selection of paintings, depicting landscapes inspired by the artist’s recent expedition to the island of Sicily. Andreas Schulze first came to […]

8 March 2013

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Scorpio Rising: Kenneth Anger New London Exhibition At Sprüth Magers

An exhibition of work by the iconic filmmaker and artist Kenneth Anger at Sprüth Magers London is delighted to present , in his second solo show at the London gallery. ‘Icons’ will bring together an archive of photographs, scrapbooks, letters and memorabilia from Anger’s personal collection, offering an insight into the unique vision of an […]

27 February 2012

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Sprüth Magers Launches Alighiero Boetti Selling Exhibition

Sprüth Magers pays tribute to the Italian artist Alighiero Boetti (1940 – 1994), in an exhibition at their London gallery. The show will coincide with the artist’s first major U.K retrospective in over a decade at Tate Modern, from 28 February – 27 May 2012. The gallery has worked with the artist for over 20 […]

20 February 2012

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Alighiero Boetti New London Exhibition At Sprüth Magers

The show coincides with Boetti’s major U.K retrospective at Tate Modern 28 February – 27 May Sprüth Magers pays tribute to the Italian artist Alighiero Boetti (1940 – 1994), in an exhibition at their London gallery. The gallery has worked with the artist for over 20 years, first presenting a solo show in Cologne in […]

25 January 2012

Drawing Out Donald Judd at Spruth Magers

Working Papers: Donald Judd Drawings, 1963-93 @ Spruth Magers – REVIEW A giant of American Minimalism, and an early advocate of the idea that it is the end, and not the means of art, that is its merit – we have here a fascinating insight into Donald Judd’s mind at work. Curated by Peter Ballantine, […]

21 December 2011

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Donald Judd Working Papers New London Exhibition

Sprüth Magers London, has announced an exhibition of 33 drawings by Donald Judd (1928-94), covering most of the period where he made three-dimensional work – after 1964 using an increasingly radical type of delegated fabrication. The show is curated by Peter Ballantine, who since 1969 has specialised in almost all aspects of the artist’s work. […]

25 November 2011

Louise Lawler And The Politics Of Space

Review of Louise Lawler’s No Drones at Sprüth Magers, her first solo show in the UK for four years Lawler’s photographs capture artworks in compromising positions; from a Koons Rabbit next to the refrigerator (Foreground, 1994) to Jasper Johns’ White Flag in the bedroom (Monogram, 1984). This short but sweet exhibition – her first solo show in the UK […]