SEAN SCULLY

Sean Scully (solo show)
Église Saint-Nicolas de Caen
21 June – 29 September 2024

Installation view: Sean Scully, Église Saint-Nicolas de Caen, courtesy the artist, photo: Cecile Schuhmann
Installation view: Sean Scully, Église Saint-Nicolas de Caen, courtesy the artist, photo: Cecile Schuhmann

For the 2024 edition of Normandie Impressionniste, Sean Scully presents his works at Église Saint-Nicolas de Caen in France. The Romanesque church serves as the setting for a selection of large-scale paintings and monumental sculptures by Scully, who, in a career spanning 50 years, has created a remarkable body of work that fuses the traditions of European painting with those of American abstraction.

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Installation view: Sean Scully, Église Saint-Nicolas de Caen, courtesy the artist, photo: Cecile Schuhmann
Installation view: Sean Scully, Église Saint-Nicolas de Caen, courtesy the artist, photo: Cecile Schuhmann

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SEAN SCULLY

Sean Scully: Dark Yet (publication)
Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin | Paris | London | Marfa / Holzwarth Publications, Berlin 2024
With an essay by Sean Rainbird

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Photo: def image

Published in conjunction with the artist’s first solo exhibition at Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin: Dark Yet19 April – 1 June 2024.

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Photo: def image

SEAN SCULLY

Uninsideout (solo show)
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
16 May – 1 September 2024

Installation view: Uninsideout, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, 2024, photo: András Szántó
Installation view: Uninsideout, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, 2024, photo: András Szántó

Sean Scully’s work will be presented in Uninsideout, a solo exhibition at the Hungarian National Gallery. The exhibition displays several works donated by the artist to the museum, including a monumental painting titled Uninsideout, a series of digital prints based on drawings Scully made on an iPhone, ten aquatints, and a body of recent pencil drawings. Creating unity from diversity, the works not only serve to highlight the significant motifs at play within the artist’s oeuvre, but also lend emphasis to the wide range of media he uses and the importance of genre crossovers.

Hungarian National Gallery

Installation view: Uninsideout, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, 2024, photo: András Szántó
Installation view: Uninsideout, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, 2024, photo: András Szántó

SEAN SCULLY

Géographies (solo show)
Ludwig Museum, Koblenz
28 April – 16 June 2024

Installation view: Géographies, Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, 2024, © Sean Scully. Photo: courtesy of the artist © Ludwig Museum Koblenz 2024, photo: SMW
Installation view: Géographies, Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, 2024, © Sean Scully. Photo: courtesy of the artist © Ludwig Museum Koblenz 2024, photo: SMW

The Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, presents Géographies, an exhibition focusing on Sean Scully’s life stages and travels, from places where he has lived to those that have inspired him. Alongside 50 paintings, prints, sculptures, watercolours and pastels, the exhibition also brings together two important cycles: Eleuthera, created from 2015 to 2018, which refers to the artist’s stays on the Bahamian island of the same name, and Ghost, in which Scully critically examines the unrestricted use of weapons in the USA between 2018 and 2020. 

Ludwig Museum

Installation view: Géographies, Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, 2024, © Sean Scully. Photo: courtesy of the artist © Ludwig Museum Koblenz 2024, photo: SMW
Installation view: Géographies, Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, 2024, © Sean Scully. Photo: courtesy of the artist © Ludwig Museum Koblenz 2024, photo: SMW