Renowned as an industrial designer, Minol Araki (1928–2010) was also a prolific painter with a firm grounding in East Asian painting traditions.
It’s an art nearly as old as civilization itself. Since the Neolithic era, artisans in East Asia have coated bowls, cups, boxes, baskets, and other utilitarian objects with a natural polymer distilled from the sap of the rhus verniciflua, known as the lacquer tree.
David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Marlene Dumas, her second with the gallery and her first solo presentation in New York since 2010.
Gagosian is pleased to present Damien Hirst’s Colour Space Paintings, the first exhibition of the series in the United States, following their presentation earlier this year at Houghton Hall in England.
"Paul Heyer (American, b. 1982) creates paintings that explore the moments just before life and right after death. He is interested in being liberated from the body and the playful malleability of all forms.
Realism and abstraction are frequently cast as opposing forces in modernism’s developmental narrative. For reasons that had to do less with art-historical inevitably than with geopolitics, abstraction was declared victorious in the United States after World War II.
Organized with unprecedented access to David Bowie’s personal archive, this exhibition explores the creative process of an artist whose sustained reinventions, innovative collaborations, and bold characterizations revolutionized the way we see music, inspiring people to shape their own identities
Donald Judd: Paintings marks the first museum exhibition dedicated to 13 rarely-exhibited or published paintings by the pioneering artist, created over the course of three crucial transitional years when Judd was experimenting with form and color.
Art Santa Fe, a gathering of exceptional artists and galleries from around the world, celebrates 18 successful years this summer.