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Julian Schnabel - Untitled (The Sky of Illimitableness) 2015

Julian Schnabel at the Guild Hall

NY | East Hampton

Date & Time

Starts:

Sunday, August 4, 2024 - 12:00 PM

Ends:

Sunday, October 27, 2024 - 05:00 PM

Location

Address:

158 Main St,, East Hampton, NY 11937

Description

Guild Hall in the Hamptons, NY, is delighted to unveil "Julian Schnabel at the Guild Hall," a groundbreaking exhibition that pays homage to the revolutionary work of the celebrated artist, filmmaker, and cultural luminary. Housed in the newly inaugurated Marks Family Gallery South, North, and Tito Spiga Exhibition Space from August 4th to October 27th, the exhibition invites visitors to embark on a journey through the depths of Schnabel's creative brilliance.

Julian Schnabel, born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1951 and raised in Brownsville, Texas, has relentlessly challenged the boundaries of artistic expression, solidifying his position as one of the most influential and prolific artists of our era. His pioneering use of unconventional materials, diverse painting surfaces, and inventive construction techniques played a crucial role in the resurgence of painting in the United States and beyond since the late 1970s. Schnabel's distinctive artistic vocabulary has forged a path for and inspired a new generation of artists, establishing him as a true trailblazer in the realm of contemporary art.

As a distinguished member of the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts and a recipient of the prestigious Academy Lifetime Achievement Award, Schnabel's ties to the institution are profound. Guild Hall is privileged to showcase a meticulously curated selection of drawings, paintings, and sculptures from the artist's personal collection, providing an intimate glimpse into the psyche and creative journey of this extraordinary talent.

Schnabel, who had a solo exhibition at Guild Hall in 1998, resides and creates in Montauk and New York City, making this exhibition a true homecoming for the artist. Curated by Melanie Crader, director of visual arts, "Julian Schnabel at the Guild Hall" stands as a testament to the enduring impact of Schnabel's work and his unwavering dedication to challenging the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of art. With gallery hours from Friday to Monday, 12-5 PM, and complimentary museum admission, this exhibition is an unparalleled opportunity for art enthusiasts and inquisitive minds alike to immerse themselves in the transformative power of Schnabel's vision.

Pricing

General Admissions:

Free