Even with the closure of treasured galleries due to coronavirus restrictions, Hauser & Wirth has ensured artwork fans can nevertheless take pleasure in exhibitions almost. By their web page, you can check out an array of enthralling artworks, from paintings to sculptures.

a person wearing a costume: Immerse yourself in art during lockdown

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Immerse your self in artwork through lockdown

Below, we have collated our exhibition highlights, which include these that are presently readily available and those people soon to come…

‘Louise Bourgeois: Drawings 1947–2007’

Delight in a assortment of drawings by the renowned French-American artist, Louise Bourgeois. Spanning a 7-10 years profession for which she is most renowned for her substantial-scale sculpture and installation art, Bourgeois was also a prolific painter.

This selection of drawings seize her interior psyche as a result of unique artistic mediums these types of as watercolour and pencil. The exhibition is accessible to look at now.

background pattern: Untitled by Louise Bourgeois

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Untitled by Louise Bourgeois

‘Sophie Taeuber-Arp’

A pioneer of constructivist art, Sophie Taeuber-Arp is celebrated for complicated traditional creative boundaries when she very first set paint to paper in the early 20th century. Born in Davos, Switzerland, Taeuber-Arp examined fine and applied arts in Munich. All through her profession, she explored art in all of its sorts, from portray and sculpture to design and architecture, as properly as dance and efficiency.

In this on the net exhibition, you can now look at a assortment of her common vibrant, geometric artworks and avant-garde sculptures, and discover more about her existence as an artist.

a fabric surface: Personnages (Figures), 1926, by Sophie Taeuber-Arp

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Personnages (Figures), 1926, by Sophie Taeuber-Arp

‘Phyllida Barlow: Small Worlds’

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Encouraged by the 2020 lockdown, the acclaimed British artist Phyllida Barlow has made sculptures that ended up meant to be displayed Hauser & Wirth Zürich, but will now be out there to look at on the web from 6 February.

Established from her house studio in London, the sculptures vary in size, texture and color, with Barlow having inspiration from the transformed landscape of London during the nationwide lockdown. The exhibition also attributes new drawings, which are an integral aspect of Barlow’s apply she draws just before, through and immediately after generating sculptures.

Untitled, 2020, by Phyllida Barlow

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Untitled, 2020, by Phyllida Barlow

‘Charles Gaines: Multiples of Nature, Trees and Faces’

Launching on the web on 29 January, Charles Gaines will existing his first-ever solo exhibition in the British isles. Comprising two new bodies of the artist’s critically acclaimed Plexiglas gridworks, the exhibition contains his ‘Numbers and Trees’ and ‘Numbers and Faces’ series.

As a celebrated figure in conceptual artwork, Charles Gaines’ online exhibition is not to be skipped.

map: Numbers and Faces, Series 1: Face #7, Eduardo Soriano-Hewitt (Black/Filipino), 2020, by Charles Gaines

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Numbers and Faces, Series 1: Deal with #7, Eduardo Soriano-Hewitt (Black/Filipino), 2020, by Charles Gaines

‘Henry Taylor’

For his inaugural exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, the American artist will take in excess of all 5 galleries in Somerset to existing a main overall body of sculptural work and paintings. This exhibition, which will be launching online on 26 February, will also aspect a series of miniature sculptural paintings created in the 1990s, fashioned from domestic objects including cigarette bins.

Soon after expending a winter season at Hauser & Wirth Somerset as its artist-in-residence, Taylor has established a quantity of artworks which will be online to look at till 6 June.

a person wearing a costume: Untitled by Henry Taylor

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Untitled by Henry Taylor