Kavi Gupta


Current Gallery Exhibitions

Upcoming Fairs

Featured Museum Exhibitions

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power
03.23.2018 — 09.01.2019
THE BROAD, Los Angeles

Tony Tasset
Smart to the Core: Embodying the Self
01.29.2019 — 05.19.2019
Smart Museum of Art

Jeffrey Gibson
Jeffrey Gibson: The Anthropophagic Effect
02.13.2019 — 06.09.2019
New Museum, New York

Roger Brown
03.15.2019 — 05.26.2019

Jessica Stockholder
Jessica Stockholder: Stuff Matters
04.19.2019 — 09.01.2019
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Roger Brown
Roger Brown: Virtual Still Lifes
05.02.2019 — 09.15.2019
Museum of Arts and Design, New York

Devan Shimoyama
The Barbershop Project: Mighty Mighty
05.04.2019 — 08.24.2019
THEARC, Washington, DC

Jeffrey Gibson
Jeffrey Gibson in the 2019 Whitney Biennial
05.17.2019 — 09.22.2019
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Mary Sibande
I Came Apart at the Seams
10.03.2019 — 01.05.2020
One of the city’s most spectacular and well-loved spaces, Somerset House is a new kind of arts centre in the heart of London, designed for today’s audiences, artists and creatives – an inspirational community where contemporary culture is imagined, created and experienced. From its 18th Century origins, Somerset House has played a central role in our society as a place where our culture and collective understanding of the world is shaped and defined. In 2000, it began its reinvention as a cultural powerhouse and home for arts and culture today, creating unique and stimulating experiences for the public, bringing them into direct contact with ideas from the greatest artists, makers and thinkers of our time. Our distinctive and dynamic year-round programme spans the contemporary arts in all its forms, from cutting-edge exhibitions and installations to annual festivals, seasonal events in the courtyard including Film4 Summer Screen, Summer Series and Skate, and an extensive learning and engagement programme. As well as welcoming over 3million visitors annually, Somerset House houses the largest and most diverse creative communities in the country – from one-person start-ups to successful creative enterprises including British Fashion Council, Dance Umbrella, Improbable Theatre, Hofesh Shechter Company, and Dartmouth Films.  In 2016 we launched Somerset House Studios – a new experimental workspace connecting artists, makers and thinkers with audiences. Currently housing over 80 artists and Makerversity (a community of over 250 emergent makers), the Studios are a platform for the development of new creative projects and collaboration, promoting work that pushes bold ideas, engages with urgent issues and pioneers new technologies. 

Mickalene Thomas
Better Nights
12.01.2019 — 09.27.2020