Julian Schnabel: Symbols of Actual Life opens April 21 at the Legion of Honor. Schnabel has created a new body of work specifically for the Legion's Court of Honor, consisting of monumental twenty-four by twenty-four feet paintings which will be displayed in the outdoor court and exposed to the elements over the four-month run of the exhibition. As such, Schnabel explains, these new works "epitomize much of what are the essential characteristics of the smallest and most nascent proposals of how
Julian Schnabel, presented by the Hall Art Foundation at the Schloss Derneburg Museum in Germany opens July 1st, 2017. The exhibition presents Schnabel's five-part series Untitled (Series on Melancholia) from 1989, in which he employed the found material of tarpaulin as his canvas, and used bold, gestural white strokes to create monumental abstractions. Also on view will be several bronze sculptures, both inside the museum and on the outdoor grounds. The exhibition will open July 1. For more i
Julian Schnabel: "Paintings that I hope Philip and David would like" May 1 – Aug 14, 2017 The Glass House proudly presents, Julian Schnabel: "Paintings that I hope Philip and David would like," an intimate survey showcasing Julian Schnabel's prolific painting career. Over the course of the exhibition period, the Painting Gallery panels will rotate three times to present paintings selected by the artist. Each rotation will feature six works from different periods of the artist's career. Rotat
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
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
As part of their Artists Select series, Julian Schnabel has curated an exhibition for the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, Colorado. The exhibition focuses on Still's later, mature period, and will include a number of never-before-exhibited works. Artists Select: Julian Schnabel will be on view from Friday, Janaury 20 through Sunday, April 2, 2017. For more information on the exhibition, visit the Clyfford Still Museum's website.
The Aspen Art Museum presents Julian Schnabel Plate Paintings 1978-86. This exhibition marks the first museum presentation to focus on the artist’s culturally iconic plate paintings. Julian Schnabel Plate Paintings 1978–86 will be on view from Nov 4, 2016 to Feb 19, 2017. Visit the museum’s website for more information.
VENICE— Julian Schnabel's retrospective at the Museo Correr on piazza San Marco opened today with a salvo of superlatives. "We are delighted to welcome Maestro Schnabel," said Giandomenico Romanelli, the director of Venice City Museums (Musei Civici Veneziani). Exhibition curator Norman Rosenthal — presented by Schnabel as his "co-conspirator" — talked about the show as "a demonstration of how alive is the art of painting in the hands of the great master." The scale of the exhibition, titled "Pe
“I’ve gone vegan,” said Julian Schnabel. “It’s been three weeks.” From anyone else, that might not have been a shock. But this iconic painter and filmmaker of enormous appetites—for reading, surfing, music, fatherhood, fame—is known for his pyjama-wearing lifestyle of excess. “I need to be in good shape to deal with the pleasures and battles that life might set upon me,” explained Schnabel, 59, over the phone from the famous pink palace he built in New York’s West Village. The 170-foot-tall Pala
Jeffrey Deitch has scheduled his first exhibition as the incoming director of the Museum of Contemporary Art. Reached by phone last night after a flight from New York to Los Angeles, he confirmed that it will be a survey of works by actor and artist Dennis Hopper, curated by larger-than-life painter and director Julian Schnabel. Deitch, who has spent the last 14 years running the gallery Deitch Projects in New York, starts his new museum job June 1. The show is slated to open at MOCA on July 11.