Gert and Uwe Tobias
CFA Berlin through till June 11
The Romanian-born brothers Gert und Uwe Tobias took Berlin's Gallery Weekend by storm with their latest exhibition at Contemporary Fine Arts in Berlin. Taking on a broad history of art, design, visual culture, and the avant-garde, the artists' self-developed technique, woodcuts on canvas, make use of an idiosyncratic formal language drawing from Christian iconography, Jugendstil symbolism, to pop art themes. With a further exhibition coming up later this year at the Sprengel Museum in Hannover, the brothers are certainly worth keeping an eye on. Click here to view limited edition lithographs by Gert and Uwe Tobias available now on fineartmultiple.
Tate Modern through till August 21
2016 has most certainly been Mona Hatoum's year—the Palestinian-British artist has had her comprehensive retrospective move from the Pompidou to the Tate Modern before finally moving on to Kiasma in Helsinki later in the year. Showcasing her extraordinary range of performance, sculpture, and video, the exhibition has been lauded by critics and Hatoum is most certainly on the global radar. To view Mona Hatoum's work available now on fineartmultiple click here.
Migros Museum of Contemporary Art through till May 16
You can still catch the Momentary Monuments exhibition on at the Migros Museum of Contemporary Art in Zürich featuring Thomas Schütte's astonishing series of sculptures form his remarkable United Enemies series. Made out of polymer clay, these grotesque figures lashed together have grown sick of each other—implying that their alliance was an unholy one from the outset. With his ever increasing popularity Schütte may even one day take up the mantel from his former teacher, Gerhard Richter and become Germany's most high-profile artist. To view work by Thomas Schütte available today on fineartmultiple click here.
Pace Gallery through to June 11
The popularity of Richard Tuttle is at an all time high, and it seems he always has an exhibition going on somewhere. His latest at Pace Gallery entitled 26 includes work spanning over fifty years of the artist's career. The exhibition focuses on Tuttle's profound influence on art in and beyond New York, showcasing his humble usage of commonplace materials such as fabric, wood, Styrofoam, and rope used to effect the viewer's perception by reflecting the fragility of the world. The artist is certainly in the public eye with the exhibition at Pace coinciding with Richard Tuttle: Critical Edge, a presentation of new textile works at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, which is on view from April 2 to June 26, 2016. Click here to view an array of limited editions by Richard Tuttle available now on fineartmultiple.