Sprüth Magers: Upcoming

Sprüth Magers: Upcoming

Planning a trip to London? The Sprüth Magers Gallery announces two new exhibitions by Thea Djordjadze and David Maljkovic. Stay tuned for the arts.

Thea Djordjadze

framing yours making mine

February 23–March 28, 2024

Public Reception: February 22, 6–8pm
Sprüth Magers, London

Thea Djordjadze’s solo exhibition presents fresh, site-specific iterations of earlier sculptures combined with entirely new works across two floors of the London gallery. Her temporary sculptural environments draw on the language of architecture, allude to modernist design, or echo the culture of her native Georgia. The artist investigates institutional modes of presentation and display and how context affects the understanding and experience of art. Learn more

David Maljkovic

Overpaint with Shadows

February 23–March 28, 2024

Public Reception: February 22, 6–8pm
Sprüth Magers, London

David Maljkovic is known for a multifaceted practice that, through a collagist approach referencing both the works of other artists and his own earlier works and exhibitions, considers individual and collective attitudes toward the complexity of time, whilst also playing with the nature of the gaze. His exhibition on the third floor presents a series of new paintings and architectural interventions that take the process of overpainting as both their subject and source. Learn more

More exhibtions:

You’re a fan of the arts? Find out more about the current exhibitions, performances and shows by the Sprüth Magers gallery around the globe in our previous article here.

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Credits: © Thea Djordjadze/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2024; David Maljkovic, By an Unknown Artist, 2023, © David Maljkovic, Photo: Hrvoje Franjić

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