Welcome to the March 2017 White Cube newsletter. 

Fred Tomaselli Mason’s Yard 2017
Fred Tomaselli: Paper
Mason’s Yard
Preview Thursday 16 March 2017, 6–8pm
17 March–13 May 2017

New and recent works by Fred Tomaselli, continuing the artist’s series based on front pages of 'The New York Times'. Tomaselli uses the newspapers as a basis for layered compositions incorporating drawing, collage and paint.
Theaster Gates Hong Kong 2017
Theaster Gates: Tarry Skies and Psalms for Now
Hong Kong
Preview: Monday 20 March 2017, 6–8.30pm
21 March–20 May 2017

This exhibition features a new series of works, extending Theaster Gates’ visual language around roofing practices. 'Tarry Skies and Psalms for Now' coincides with Art Basel Hong Kong (23–25 March 2017).
Bermondsey, South Gallery II
Until 13 April 2017
Inside the White Cube
Bermondsey, North Galleries, South Gallery I and 9x9x9
Until 13 April 2017
White Cube Hong Kong
Until 11 March 2017
Curated by Katharine Kostyál
Mason’s Yard
Until 11 March 2017
News and Events
White Cube is pleased to announce representation of Ibrahim Mahama, alongside A Palazzo Gallery. Mahama’s solo exhibition ‘Fragments’ is on view at White Cube Bermondsey until 13 April 2017. The artist uses the transformation of materials to explore themes of commodity, migration, globalisation and economic exchange.
Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome
Until 18 June 2017
Georg Baselitz’ dramatic and paradoxical ‘Hero’ paintings, created in the 1960s, are presented in a solo exhibition featuring over 70 works.
National Gallery of Art, Washington
Until 4 September 2017
Gates presents a new body of work, featuring several pieces created for the Gallery. The exhibition examines how discarded and ordinary objects acquire meaning through the telling of stories.
Renaissance Society, Chicago
9 March 2017, 6pm
Virginia Overton takes part in a panel discussion, ‘Meaning and Material’, alongside Geof Oppenheimer. Both artists will consider the current exhibition by Robert Grosvenor and discuss various aspects of sculpture today.
Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
11 March–18 June 2017
A solo exhibition by Sergej Jensen bringing together works ranging from 2001 to the present day. Jensen’s recognisable textile compositions, drawing on traditions of minimalist painting, are presented alongside the artist’s most recent works which incorporate figurative motifs.
Musée Rodin, Paris
14 March–22 October 2017
For this exhibition, marking the centenary of the death of Auguste Rodin, Anselm Kiefer has created a series of new works incorporating debris created during Rodin’s sculpture making, such as offcuts and discarded moulds.
HangarBicocca, Milan
16 March–30 July 2017
The first retrospective in Italy of Miroslaw Balka, bringing together some of the artist’s major works from the 1990s to the present day. Balka’s work explores human nature as well as individual and collective memory, often reflecting on the history of Europe.
Whitney Museum of American Art
New York
17 March–11 June 2017
Larry Bell has been invited to participate in the Whitney Biennial 2017. Bell has created a new laminated glass work titled ‘Pacific Red’ for the Museum’s roof terrace.
Qiao Space, Shanghai
18 March–8 June 2017
He Xiangyu’s first solo exhibition in Shanghai, featuring new works that extend the artist’s ongoing ‘Lemon Painting’ series. Also on view, the artist’s video installation ‘Turtle, Lion and Bear’ (2015), previously shown at the Biennale de Lyon, France in 2015 and now presented in China for the first time.
Duveen Galleries, Tate Britain, London
28 March–20 August 2017
Cerith Wyn Evans has been commissioned by Tate to create a major new light installation for Tate Britain. The annual commission invites a contemporary British artist to create an artwork in response to the space of the Duveen Galleries.
Public Commissions and External Projects
Antony Gormley ‘CINCH’ (2013) Stainless steel 184 x 42 x 42 cm Photography by Stephen White, London © the artist
Antony Gormley: CINCH
Burlington Arcade, London

CINCH, Antony Gormley's first work in solid stainless steel, is presented on the northern facade of London's iconic Burlington Arcade. The sculpture is made up of refractory cells, composed of hard material that interacts with the sky and its changing light.
Art Fairs
Art Basel in Hong Kong 2016 © Art Basel
White Cube at Art Basel Hong Kong
23–25 March 2017
Stand location: 1D24

Highlights of White Cube’s presentation for Art Basel Hong Kong include works by Tracey Emin, Theaster Gates, Jac Leirner and Julie Mehretu.
'ZIGZAG: Ecriture 1983-1992'
Park-Seo Bo discusses works in his exhibition, on view at White Cube Mason’s Yard until 11 March, with curator Katharine Kostyál. The artist touches on his use of colour and of Hanji, a traditional Korean paper, in these works.
'In the Studio'
Michael Armitage discusses his studio practice in both London and Nairobi. The artist reveals how he came to use Lubugo, a traditional bark cloth, as a ground for his paintings and its significance in relation to his subject matter.
'In the Studio'
Fred Tomaselli speaks with Tim Marlow in his Brooklyn studio in 2011, discussing the process behind his works as well as a range of influences from 17th century Tibetan Tanka paintings to Minimalism and Pop.
Books & Editions
Poster for the 100th Anniversary of the Light Club of Vizcaya, 2017
Edition of 100 (+10 artist's proofs)
Edition of 20 (+2 artist's proofs)
Nov. 11, 2010
Edition of 80
Interactions of the Abstract Body
He Xiangyu
Wir Fahren Aus. (We're Off)
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