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朱利安 施纳贝尔

New Plate Paintings

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Installation view of "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings" at Pace 510 W 25th St, New York.

Julian Schnabel Rose Painting (Near Van Gogh's Grave) X, 2016. oil, plates, and Bondo on wood, 96" x 120" x 8-3/4" (243.8 cm x 304.8 cm x 22.2 cm). Photograph by Gary Mamay © Julian Schnabel Studio, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Julian Schnabel Rose Painting (Near Van Gogh's Grave) X, 2016. oil, plates, and Bondo on wood, 96" x 120" x 8-3/4" (243.8 cm x 304.8 cm x 22.2 cm). Photograph by Gary Mamay © Julian Schnabel Studio, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Julian Schnabel Rose Painting (Near Van Gogh's Grave), III, 2015. oil, plates, and Bondo on wood, 72" x 60" x 8" (182.9 cm x 152.4 cm x 20.3 cm).

Julian Schnabel Rose Painting (Near Van Gogh's Grave), III, 2015. oil, plates, and Bondo on wood, 72" x 60" x 8" (182.9 cm x 152.4 cm x 20.3 cm).
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About 朱利安 施纳贝尔

朱利安·施纳贝尔(生于1951年,纽约布鲁克林)除了绘画以外,他的雕塑和电影作品也是十分著名的。他运用不同的材料和画作表面,以及他多样化的绘画模式都是新表现主义在美国出现的重要证据。在1980年代的绘画与雕塑特征是对传统的抵制,他开始创作一系列的板画,用有层次感的并覆盖了一层厚厚颜料的陶瓷碎片,在雕刻表面创造了写实的作品。在他的艺术生涯中,他持续使用发现材料和基于机会的过程。 自他在1979年的首次个展后,Schnabel办过众多主题的个展,其中包括由1987年纽约Whitney Museum of American Art、2011年威尼斯Museo Correr和2013年康涅狄格州格林威治的Brant Foundation Art Study Center组织的回顾展。
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Press Release

  • Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings

    The Pace Gallery is honored to present Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings. Inspired by the roses growing in the cemetery near Van Gogh’s grave in Auvers-sur-Oise, France, these works celebrate the artist’s first solo show since his return to the gallery. It coincides with his exhibition Julian Schnabel Plate Paintings 1978–86 at the Aspen Art Museum and an exhibition curated by the artist, Artists Select: Julian Schnabel at the Clyfford Still Museum, Denver. New Plate Paintings will be on view at 510 West 25th Street from February 24 through March 25, 2017, with an opening reception for the public on Thursday, February 23, 6 to 8 pm. A new catalogue with an essay by Hilton Als will accompany the exhibition.

    In his 1987 autobiography, Schnabel reflected on his thought process for his first plate paintings: “The plates seemed to have a sound, the sound of every violent human tragedy, an anthropomorphic sense of things being smeared and thrown…I wanted to make something that was exploding as much as I wanted to make something that was cohesive.” The artist continues to fragment the plates, but rather than using them to disrupt the picture plane, he incorporates each piece to accomplish his vision. Now, the image and plate surface are cohesive, whereas before they would reside on the surface in different ways.

    Julian Schnabel (b. 1951, Brooklyn, New York) is known for his multidisciplinary practice that extends beyond painting to include sculpture and film. His use of diverse materials and painting surfaces and his varied modes of construction were pivotal in the emergence of Neo-Expressionist painting in the United States. Resisting the turn to traditional conventions of painting and sculpture that characterized the 1980s, he began his series of Plate Paintings, representational works with sculptural surfaces produced by layering shards of found pottery with thick applications of pigment. Throughout his career, he has sustained his use of found materials and chance-based processes.

    Since his first solo exhibition in 1979, Schnabel has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions, including retrospectives organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1987); Museo Correr, Venice (2011); and Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich, Connecticut (2013).

    This is the seventeenth solo exhibition of Julian Schnabel’s work at the gallery, and his first since returning in 2016.

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News

Join Julian Schnabel in conversation with Jeff Koons at TimesTalk, presented by The New York Times, on March 6, 7PM at, BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center.  Don’t miss this rare and exciting opportunity to see award–winning and wildly popular multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel in conversation with Jeff Koons, the critically acclaimed and controversial artist that rose to prominence in the post–war era. The duo will discuss their illustrious careers, creative processes and

On February 23, 2017, Pace celebrated the opening of Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings. The exhibition will be on view at 510 West 25th Street through March 25, 2017. 

Catalogues

JULIAN SCHNABEL: NEW PLATE PAINTINGS

Hilton Als

2017. Pace Gallery. Hardcover

54 pages: 21 color illustrations; 12 ¼ x 9 ¾

9781935410911

$50.00

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