Sandra Mujinga

Sandra Mujinga is included in the 2021 Triennial, Soft Water Hard Stone at New Museum, New York.

27 October 2021 – 23 January 2022

Lisa Oppenheim & Sara Cwynar

Lisa Oppenheim and Sara Cwynar are part of the group show Off the Record at The Guggenheim (New York, Tower Level 2), curated by Ashley James.

2 April – 27 September 2021

Find out more about the exhibition.

Sandra Mujinga

Sandra Mujinga is nominated for Preis der Nationalgalerie 2021

An exhibition of the nominated artists’ work will take place at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin from September 16, 2021 until February 27, 2022.

Sandra Mujinga

Sandra Mujinga – artist profile featured in Frieze (April 2021)

Written by Eric Otieno Sumba. Access the article online.

London Gallery Weekend

The Approach is taking part in the inaugural edition of London Gallery Weekend, a collaboration between galleries across London, held over the weekend of 4-6 June 2021.

Sara Cwynar

PERFORMA 2021 has been announced including a new commission by Sara Cwynar
Scheduled for 12-31 October 2021

Since its founding, Performa has transformed the intersection of contemporary art and the performing arts with its visionary biennial and commissions, changing the understanding of performance by visual artists across disciplines and making artists directly accessible to the public. The Performa Biennial will continue this legacy with a series of new live outdoor commissions by Kevin Beasley, Ericka Beckman, Sara Cwynar, Danielle Dean, Madeline Hollander, Andrés Jaque, Tschabalala Self, and Shikeith.

Sandra Mujinga & Cédric Fauq

Online conversation between Sandra Mujinga and Cédric Fauq.

11 March 2021

Departing from Sandra’s show Spectral Keepers at The Approach, the conversation will touch upon subjects and matters which informed her latest productions such as ancestral beekeeping, black plasticity, tulle fabric and how-to-become-invisible-with-green. Mostly focused on the artist’s sculptural practice, it will also deve into her video practice, on and off screen.

Allison Katz

In conversation: Allison Katz and Daisy Desrosiers will be hosted by Oakville Galleries, Canada, on the occasion of Allison Katz’s recent monograph published by JRP|Editions.
Saturday 13th February, 10am PST / 1pm EST / 7pm GMT.

Follow this link to find out more and register.

Sara Cwynar

Sara Cwynar is awarded the 2020 Shpilman Photography Prize by the Israel Museum.

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (IMJ) proudly announced Sara Cwynar as the Shpilman International Prize for Excellence in Photography winner, awarded every second year. This new prize was initiated In recognition of photography as a leading contemporary cultural medium, by the Shpilman family and the Shpilman Institute for Photography together with the Israel Museum, with the joint objective of cultivating original work in the field of photography.

Hana Miletić

Hana Miletić’s show Mistik is now open at La Loge, Brussels open until 27 February 2021.

Sara Cwynar

Sara Cwynar’s solo show Source is now open at Remai Modern.
The exhibition runs until 23 May 2021.

Allison Katz

The online exhibition
Allison Katz
Cabbage (and Philip): Selections is now live on our Viewing Room.

Sara VanDerBeek

Now available – catalogue for the exhibition VanDerBeek + VanDerBeek, (click here to find out more about the exhibition) curated by Sara VanDerBeek and Chelsea Spengemann, Director of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive, held September 20, 2019 – January 4, 2020 at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center.

Hana Miletić

Hana Miletić is part of Stichting Egress Foundation Salon at Tilde, Amsterdam. Click here for more information.

Allison Katz

Allison Katz show announced at Nottingham Contemporary.
Artery, Allison Katz’s first institutional solo show in the UK will open in 2021, dates TBA. Click here for details.

Sandra Mujinga

Midnight, Sandra Mujinga’s solo exhibition at Vleeshal, (Middelburg, The Netherlands) reviewed for by Hera Chan.

Sam Windett

Sam Windett’s new online exhibition, MMXX is now live on our Viewing Room.

Germaine Kruip

Germaine Kruip’s performance A Possibility of an Abstraction: Square Dance has been included in the show/publication “Histories of Dance,” curated by Olivia Ardui and Julia Bryan-Wilson at MASP, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo.

Evren Tekinoktay

Evren Tekinoktay, If 6 was 9 – a series of new handcrafted wall based neon reliefs with painted plexiglas on show at Collaborations, Copenhagen.