Bridging almost a century of Brazilian art, Visions of Brazil: Reimagining Modernity from Tarsila to Sonia at Blum & Poe in New York (30 April–22 June 2019), hosted in collaboration with Mendes Wood DM, offers a rereading of Brazilian Modernism through the works of artists practising at different times, from the 20th century through to the...
In 1969, Horikawa Michio, schoolteacher and member of the artist collective GUN (Group Ultra Niigata), filled out the customs paperwork to mail a one-kilogram river stone from Niigata, the proverbial 'backside of Japan', to President Nixon. In return, Horikawa received a thank you note for this 'most unusual Christmas gift'—a muted anti-war...
'He was not a "political" kind of person. He just wanted to be honest and straight. But it was not easy in Korea to live like that,' writes curator Kim Inhye on artist Yun Hyong-keun. For much of his life, Yun lived in proximity to some of the most tumultuous moments in modern Korean history, from which he emerged as a pioneer of abstract...
This book is published in conjunction with two solo exhibitions by Julian Schnabel held at Almine Rech Gallery between 2015 and 2017.
Re-Reading took place in New York from September 14, 2017 and Jack Climbed up the Beanstalk to the Sky of Illimitableness Where Everything Went Backwards was presented in Paris from October 19 to December 19, 2015.
‘Schnabel is an artist whose practice(s) transcend(s) all known genres or media: we all know about his dual interest in filmmaking and painting; not many, however know that he is also an interior designer, an engraver, a musician, and a furniture maker. Indeed, he is also a writer, and–the accurate word doesn’t exist in english–a reader. He is a ‘reader’ in a greater sense than the word conveys: one who is actively engaged and compelled, and himself compelling, one who turns reading into something more than a mere daily instrumental activity. Schnabel, in Flaubert’s sense, is a 'liseur'. At Almine Rech, Schnabel invites us to become liseurs ourselves throughout this visual and literary dialogue.’
– Joachim Pissaro, Re-Reading
Texts by Brian Kelly, Joachim Pissaro, Eric Troncy and Cy Schnabel.
Interview of Julian Schnabel by Joachim Pissarro.
27 x 23.2 cm, 10 5/8 x 9 1/8 inches
Edition of 1000
Almine Rech Gallery Editions
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