08.12.2022 — 27.01.2023
Galerija Vartai, Vilniaus g. 39, 01119 Vilnius, Lithuania
Galerija Vartai presents Mercy, a joint exhibition by Zlatko Kopljar and Luc Tuymans, arranged as a sequence of shared and separate displays highlighting the iconoclasm and analytical complexity of these two artists.
10.06 — 23.07.2022
David Zwirner, 108 rue Vieille du Temple, Paris 75003
An exhibition of new work at David Zwirner's Paris location.
12.05 — 26.06.2021
Zeno X Gallery, Godtsstraat 15, 2140 Antwerp
An exhibition of new work at Zeno X Gallery in Antwerp.
27.10 — 19.12.2020
David Zwirner, 5-6/F, H Queen's, 80 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong
An exhibition of new work at David Zwirner's Hong Kong location — Tuymans's first solo presentation in Greater China.
Luc Tuymans Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings
Edited by Eva Meyer-Hermann. Published by David Zwirner Books/Yale University Press.
Artist Talk: Luc Tuymans and Hans Ulrich Obrist
On the occasion of Luc Tuymans’s upcoming solo exhibition in Hong Kong, the artist will be in a conversation with the curator Hans Ulrich Obrist about his recent work. The discussion will be moderated by Angela Choon, Senior Partner at David Zwirner.
Before the wave
15.03 — 07.06.2020
Koningin Astridlaan 7, 8400 Ostend, Belgium
'Before the wave' guest curator Joost Declercq confronts works by Leon Spilliaert with works by Tuymans, Vercruysse, Dujourie and Brodahl.
22.03 — 16.12.2020
Dorsoduro, 2, 30123 Venice, Italy
Punta della Dogana presents the exhibition ‘Untitled, 2020’, conceived and curated by Caroline Bourgeois, Muna El Fituri and the artist Thomas Houseago.
24.03.2019 — 06.01.2020
Palazzo Grassi, San Samuele 3231, Venezia, Italy
As part of the cycle of monographic shows dedicated to major contemporary artists, launched in 2012 and alternating with thematic exhibitions of the Pinault Collection, Palazzo Grassi presents Luc Tuymans’ first personal exhibition in Italy. Curated by Caroline Bourgeois in collaboration with the artist (Mortsel, Belgium, 1958), the show is entitled ‘La Pelle’, after Curzio Malaparte’s 1949 novel. It includes over 80 works from the Pinault Collection, international museums and private collections, and focuses on the artist’s paintings from 1986 to today. The exhibition project corresponds to the eighth ‘carte blanche’ given by the Pinault Collection to its artists as an invitation to conceive major monographic exhibitions presented in Venice. Luc Tuymans also unveils a site-specific work created specifically for the spaces of Palazzo Grassi.
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