Weekly Roundup

Hiroshi Sugimoto. "Yellow Sea, Cheju," 1992. Gelatin silver print, 20 x 24 inches. Edition of 25.

Hiroshi Sugimoto. Yellow Sea, Cheju, 1992. Gelatin silver print; 20 x 24 inches. Edition of 25.

Hiroshi Sugimoto’s iconic seascapes hang in Southampton, Matthew Ritchie shows new paintings in New York, a Joan Jonas video goes to Singapore, and more in this week’s roundup of ART21-featured artists.

  • Hiroshi Sugimoto’s exhibition Seascapes at Tripoli Gallery (Southampton, NY) brings together a selection of the artist’s iconic seascapes, on loan from important collections. The show features a unique seascape photograph preserved within the glass sphere of a six-inch high pagoda. Closes October 21.
  • Matthew Ritchie’s fifth solo exhibition opens at Andrea Rosen Gallery on September 12. Ten Possible Links presents “a series of subtly vibrant and densely layered paintings that investigate the abstract imagery of Ritchie’s sculpture and cinematic landscapes through multiple diagrammatic and painterly gestures.” Closes October 22.
  • Joan Jonas has work in a group exhibition at the Centre for Contemporary Art (Gillman Barracks, Singapore). Theatrical Fields comprises six video installations by seminal artists who have influenced contemporary art and its discourse. Jonas’s multimedia installation Lines In The Sand (2002), commissioned for Documenta 11, is on view through November 2.
  • Laurie Anderson and Marina Abramović will participate in Future Feminism, an exhibition and performance series at at The Hole (New York, NY), September 11–27. Performances begin at 8pm and all events are open to the public on a first come first serve basis.
  • Jeff Koons has created a virtual sculpture called Lady Bug for Garage magazine. Lady Bug can only be seen on mobile devices. To get the scanner code that activates Koons’s sculpture, readers need a physical copy of Garage issue No7.