13-17 September 2017
R & Company is pleased to announce its participation in the 2017 EXPO CHICAGO Fair. On view is a selection of emerging contemporary designs alongside classical historical works. Highlights include a presentation of all new vibrant glass works by Thaddeus Wolfe and a special preview presentation of key Italian Radical Design pieces featured in the upcoming SuperDesign exhibition.
9 September 2017
UTA Artist Space is pleased to present The Haas Brothers solo exhibition featuring a survey of recent works including Furry and Beast sculptures and seating made of real animal fur, hand-carved Pele de Tigre marble furniture and silver Hex lighting. An opening reception will take place September 9th at the UTA Artist Space in Los Angeles, CA.
19 August - 23 December 2017
BVLGARI's SerpentiForm exhibition illustrates how the snake motif has inspired the Maison as well as many masters of contemporary art, design, fashion, decorative arts and photography. The exhibition will feature The Haas Brothers "Kaa Hex" sculpture at two prestigious Asian venues in Singapore and Tokyo.
28 June - 11 August 2017
Marianne Boesky Gallery present Cells, a group exhibition featuring works by Matthias Bitzer, Jackie Brookner, Alex da Corte, The Haas Brothers, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Jennie C. Jones, Nancy Lupo, Jorge Pardo, and Cosima von Bonin. Taken loosely from Louise Bourgeois’ renowned series of psychologically rich environments, the exhibition features artists who expose the tensions between functionality and aesthetics. On view from June 28 through August 11, 2017, Cells will be presented across the gallery’s adjacent spaces at 507 and 509 W. 24th Street, making it the largest group exhibition at the gallery to date.
2 June - 7 July 2017
Rhona Hoffman Gallery presents a survey of recent works by The Haas Brothers, their first solo exhibition in the Midwest. Nikolai and Simon Haas create playful, often-erotic works, which explore empathy, humor, nature, sexuality, and science fiction. Philosophically curious and scientifically precise, they use fabrication processes that mimic natural growth patterns to create their Accretions ceramics; examine human interactions with zoomorphic sculptures in their Mini Beasts and Furry sculptures; and explore the efficiency of shapes as structural building blocks in their Hex Stools.