On Thursday, May 1, Pace Gallery opened Mark Rothko: The Watercolors 1941 - 1947 at 32 East 57th Street. The show will remain open through June 21, 2014.
Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait provides an in-depth look into the personal life and public career of Julian Schnabel. The doucmentary charts his rise in the art world, as well as his transition into filmmaking as director of such acclaimed films as Basquiat, Before the Night Falls, and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait will be showing at Tribeca Film Festival from Friday, April 28 through Sunday April 30. There will be a panel discussion between direct
Arthur Lubow of the New York Times interviewed Alexander S.C. Rower, President of the Calder Foundation, and Joan Punyet Miró, Managing Director of Successió Miró, about the lasting frienship between their grandfathers, Alexander Calder and Joan Miró. Joan Punyet Miró notes, "The communion that existed between Calder and Miró was mystical." They also discuss the series of Constellations created by both artists while they were separated by the Atlantic during WWII, and the process of bringing
Yto Barrada will be participating in the upcoming Performa 17, a biennial exhibition in New York dedicated to live performance across various artistic disciplines. This edition will showcase comissions and projects focused on the historical significance of Dada, as well as work from artists engaged in a cultural dialogue with several African cities to explore the sociopolitical context informing contemporary art today. Performa 17 will take place in New York from November 1 - 19, 2017. For mor