Art Basel Miami Beach | Paul Kasmin Gallery | Booth A08


December 7 – 10, 2017

Preview Day (by invitation only): Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 11am – 8pm
Miami Beach Convention Center
1900 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA

The presentation will feature works by Milton Avery, Tina Barney, Judith Bernstein, Constantin Brancusi, William N. Copley, Max Ernst, Barry Flanagan, Walton Ford, Jane Freilicher, Simon Hantaï, David Hockney, Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Lee Krasner, Matvey Levenstein, Robert Motherwell, James Nares, Iván Navarro, Jules Olitski, Roxy Paine, Pablo Picasso, Robert Polidori, Jackson Pollock, Elliott Puckette, Mark Ryden, Bosco Sodi, Naama Tsabar, Bernar Venet and David Wiseman.

 

Read more on Art AgendaArtsy, Artnet, Departures, Il Sole 24 Ore, Observer, Welt and more. 

Walton Ford, The Invalid - Cheyne Walk 1869, 2017. Courtesy Paul Kasmin Gallery

Walton Ford, The Invalid - Cheyne Walk 1869, 2017. Courtesy Paul Kasmin Gallery

Opening Jan. 18 | Tina Barney: Landscapes | Paul Kasmin Gallery

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce Landscapes, an exhibition of new and never-before-seen photographs by Tina Barney.

The exhibition will be on view from January 18 through March 3, 2018, at 297 Tenth Avenue. This is the artist’s first major New York solo exhibition in the past three years, and the first exhibition to feature a new body of work at Paul Kasmin Gallery. Barney first began her experimentation with landscape photography in the late 1980s using an 8 x 10-inch large format view camera, and would not revisit the subject matter again until the summer of 2017 when she returned to her familiar New England backdrop. With this group of works, Barney champions distant views of shingled homes, rocky coastal lines and small town thoroughfares, challenging herself to refine and build upon her compositional tactics. Read more here

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Tina Barney, Parade, 2017. Image not for press usage. 

Tina Barney, Parade, 2017. Image not for press usage. 

Opening Feb. 6 | The Projective Drawing | Austrian Cultural Forum New York

The Austrian Cultural Forum New York (ACFNY) is pleased to announce the upcoming group exhibition “The Projective Drawing,” curated by Brett Littman, Executive Director of The Drawing Center, New York.

The exhibition is based on The Projective Cast, a book published in 1995 by architectural historian Robin Evans, whose goal was to define a new way to explain how we “see” architecture that incorporated the balancing of all sensations (mental, physical and emotional) that underpin the human experience of built structures. In “The Projective Drawing,” Evans’ theory, which is essentially at its core skeptical of drawing, is used to challenge and expand our approach to understanding the medium and how it operates in contemporary culture. Within the striking architecture of the ACFNY, designed in 1992 by Raimund Abraham, the show presents select work by both Austrian and international artists whose pursuits of drawing require us to activate a matrix of complex and untraditional ideas to understand and approach their work.
 
Featured artists include: 
Austria-based Artists: Lionel Favre, Simona Koch, Brigitte Mahlknecht, Judith Saupper and Leopold Strobl
 
International Artists: William Cordova, Sara Flores and the Shipibo Conibo Center, Seher Shah, James Siena and Katrín Sigurdardóttir

Das Grosse Rauschen, Judith Saupper, Bildrecht Wien 2017, Ausstellungsansicht Detail, Zeppelinmuseum 2014, © Katja Bode.

Das Grosse Rauschen, Judith Saupper, Bildrecht Wien 2017, Ausstellungsansicht Detail,
Zeppelinmuseum 2014, © Katja Bode.

The Armory Show Announces 2018 Exhibitor List 

March 7 - 11, 2018 on Piers 92 & 94 in New York City. 

See the full release and list of exhibitors here.

2017 Fair Image, Courtesy of BFA and The Armory Show

2017 Fair Image, Courtesy of BFA and The Armory Show

Read more about the upcoming fair on Artnet. 

Opening Nov. 9 | David Hockney, 'Works on Paper, 1961-2009' | Paul Kasmin Gallery

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce David Hockney: Works on Paper, 1961 – 2009, the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery on view from November 9 to January 13 at 297 Tenth Avenue. The exhibition will present a selection of Hockney’s recent East Yorkshire landscapes, as well as intimate portraits and set designs from as early as 1961 during his time as a student at the Royal College of Art.

Read more on ArtDaily, ArtnetWhat Should We Do? and more.

David Hockney, Kas and Jane, 1965 © Paul Kasmin Gallery and David Hockney

David Hockney, Kas and Jane, 1965 © Paul Kasmin Gallery and David Hockney

Paul Kasmin Gallery Now Represents The Estate of Jane Freilicher

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of the Estate of Jane Freilicher.  An exhibition is planned in April 2018 at the gallery’s 293 Tenth Avenue space, and in anticipation of the exhibition, a solo presentation of her work will be exhibited at the ADAA: The Art Show in February. Eric Brown Art Group has been named advisor to the Freilicher Estate.  Freilicher’s influence continues to resonate: her steadfast observation and intuitive realism is detectable within the work of a number of painters working today.

Jane Freilicher, September Landscape, 1973 © Paul Kasmin Gallery

Jane Freilicher, September Landscape, 1973 © Paul Kasmin Gallery

Save the Date | The Armory Show 2018 | New York City

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Fair Schedule:
Wednesday, March 7, 2018: 12–8 pm (Preview) 
Thursday, March 8, 2018: 12–8 pm
Friday, March 9, 2018: 12–8 pm
Saturday, March 10, 2018: 12–8 pm
Sunday, March 11, 2018: 12–6 pm

Opening Jan. 18 | Judith Bernstein 'Money Shot' | Paul Kasmin Gallery

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce the forthcoming exhibition of new paintings by Judith Bernstein, who has joined the gallery’s roster of artists. The exhibition, entitled Money Shot, will be on view from January 18 to March 3, 2018 at 293 Tenth Avenue and features seven new large-scale paintings that emphatically continue the artist’s incendiary political critique of the current Trump administration.

In the artist’s words, “I am showing Trump for what he is: a fool, a monster, a jester, a sexist, a racist. Donald Trump is a con artist, using the White House as his own personal cash machine.”

Judith Bernstein, In Evil We Trust, 2017, acrylic and oil on canvas, 105 x 240 inches, 266.7 x 678 cm © Judith Bernstein.

Judith Bernstein, In Evil We Trust, 2017, acrylic and oil on canvas, 105 x 240 inches, 266.7 x 678 cm © Judith Bernstein.

Opening Nov. 2 | Bosco Sodi: Caryatides | Paul Kasmin Gallery

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce Caryatides, the first solo exhibition devoted to Bosco Sodi’s clay cube sculptures, on view from November 2, 2017 through January 6,2018 at 515 West 27th Street. The show will be Sodi’s first with the gallery in New York and will include a new monograph with a forward by Dakin Hart, published by Hatje Cantz.

Read more about the exhibition in Architectural Digest, Artnet, Galerie MagazinePaper Magazine, Blanc Magazine and more.

View of Bosco Sodi’s clay cubes at Fundación Casa Wabi, Oaxaca Mexico. Photo credit: Michel Zabé

View of Bosco Sodi’s clay cubes at Fundación Casa Wabi, Oaxaca Mexico. Photo credit: Michel Zabé

Opening Nov. 9 | Lee Krasner: Umber Paintings | Paul Kasmin Gallery  

Paul Kasmin Gallery, in collaboration with the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, is pleased to announce an inaugural solo exhibition of paintings by Lee Krasner, which will focus on her iconic Umber Paintings. The series consists of only twenty-four paintings, eight of which are held in major institutional collections. The exhibition will be accompanied by a fully illustrated and comprehensive catalogue raisonné on the series with an essay by art historian Dr. David Anfam, Senior Consulting Curator of the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver and curator of the recent exhibition Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy, London.

Read more about the exhibition in ArtsyArtnet, Blouin Artinfo, ArtnewsPurple Fashion Magazine, The Art Newspaper and more. 
 

Lee Krasner, Seeded, 1960, oil on canvas, 70 3/4 x 109 inches, 179.7 x 276.9 cm. Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery © 2017 The Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Lee Krasner, Seeded, 1960, oil on canvas, 70 3/4 x 109 inches, 179.7 x 276.9 cm. Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery © 2017 The Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Word & Sound Performance | Rolf Sachs | MAK Vienna

© Rolf Sachs Studio

© Rolf Sachs Studio

On October 3, 2017 from 7 - 10 PM at MAK Vienna, Rolf Sachs will be presenting performance Word & Sound in light of Vienna Design Week. 

Everything is design for the artist and designer Rolf Sachs: language, upbringing, how we move and what we eat—everyone is a designer. For the MAK Design Nite, a happening has been conceived that describes Sachs’s understanding of the world around him using keywords. With these keywords, he captures the effect of a chair and the sensation of surfaces, while personal topics such as tolerance and childhood also become an expression of his take on design.

A R T to Represent The Armory Show 2018

A R T Communication + Brand Consultancy is delighted to announce its representation of The Armory Show as the fair's press correspondent in Europe. 

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VIP Preview: March 7, 2018: 12–8 pm
March 8 - 11, 2018 on Piers 92 & 94 in New York City

The Armory Show is New York's premier art fair and a definitive cultural destination for discovering and collecting the world's most important 20th and 21st century artworks. Staged on Piers 92 & 94, one of the city's industrial gems, the fair features presentations by leading international galleries, innovative artist commissions and dynamic public programs. Since its founding in 1994, The Armory Show has served as a nexus for the international art world, inspiring dialogue, discover and patronage in the visual arts. 

Opening September 19 | WILD WEST | Austrian Cultural Forum

The Austrian Cultural Forum New York is honored to present WILD WEST, a group exhibition commemorating the legacy of late Austrian artist Franz West (1947-2012), on view September 20, 2017 – January 22, 2018. Please join the Austrian Cultural Forum for the opening reception on September 19, 2017 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

Curated by former West-collaborator Andreas Reiter Raabe, the show consists of works by Franz West, his New York based contemporaries, and commissioned works by emerging artists from New York and Austria.

Read more about the exhibition in ArtnetArt Daily, Wall Street International and more.

Franz West and Andreas Reiter Raabe, Fleur Mal, 2012. Courtesy of Andreas ReiterRaabe and the ACFNY.

Franz West and Andreas Reiter Raabe, Fleur Mal, 2012. Courtesy of Andreas ReiterRaabe and the ACFNY.

Installation Images from Bosco Sodi MURO

As seen in The Art Newspaper, The New York Times, The Huffington PostW Magazine, Forbes, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Monopol Magazin, Süddeutsche Zeitung, and more, Bosco Sodi's performative installation Muro was constructed on September 7 and subsequently dismantled by the public within 24 hours. Muro's message, inherent in its appearance and its removal, is inextricably linked to civic participation, emphasizing the power of shared responsibility and actions of individuals. 

Bosco Sodi, Muro, 2017. Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery - Chris Stach/Diego Flores.

Rolf Sachs | 'Joy of Living' Art Auction | September 5 - 7, 2017

Rolf Sachs is participating in the 'Joy of Living' art auction, in aid of Maggie's charity, curated by Design journalist Max Fraser. All artworks are available to bid online and can be seen on view at 1 Poultry, London from September 5 - 7, 2017. Read more about this auction in Wallpaper* Magazine. 

Rolf Sachs (Left), Courtesy of Maggie's charity and Wallpaper* Magazine. 

Rolf Sachs (Left), Courtesy of Maggie's charity and Wallpaper* Magazine.