Markus LüpertzPastoral Thoughts
16 November 2010 through 22 January 2011
New works by the celebrated and controversial German artist explore themes of history and abstraction in paintings derived from landscape motifs. "Pastoral Thoughts" is the artist's first major New York showing since 2005. The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue.
20 September 2010 through 18 October 2010
MMNKTLPLKT is an environment of total optical immersion and confusion. Aaron Curry's latest project with the gallery raises to a new level of complexity the artist's exploration of relationships between drawing and form, abstraction and figuration, and spaces both real and virtual. The exhibition continues outside the gallery with two monumental sculptures installed in Hoxton Square Park. A fully illustrated catalogue of the installation is forthcoming.
Marcel BroodthaersMajor Works
9 September 2010 through 13 November 2010
A selection of important works works by one of the most influential artists of our time. The exhibition includes Broodthaers' installation, Dites Partout Que Je L’Ai Dit, a major mussel panel and one of the only paintings of the artist.
Georg Baselitz, George Brecht, Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, Markus Lüpertz, and Per KirkebySummer Reading
14 June 2010 through 4 September 2010
A survey of artists' books and rare editioned works by Georg Baselitz, George Brecht, Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, Per Kirkeby and Markus Lüpertz published by Michael Werner.
Thomas HouseagoThe Moon and the Stars and the Sun
15 April 2010 through 5 June 2010
Thomas Houseago presents new works in plaster, wood and bronze for his first New York gallery exhibition.
4 February 2010 through 10 April 2010
The exhibition features portraits of women, primarily nudes, by Swiss artist Félix Vallotton (Lausanne, 1865 – Paris, 1925). This is the first New York gallery exhibition devoted to the artist's paintings. A fully illustrated catalog, including a text by Peter Doig, accompanies the exhibition.