Photos by G. Art by Julian Schnabel.
Ozymandias by Julian Schnabel
New York! If you are a fan of Julian Schnabel, you are in for a treat. An exhibit entitled “”View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, 1989–1990” is being shown for the first time in 25 years at Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea (the 555 West 24th Street location to be exact).
What is hard to see in these pictures is just how gigantic these works are, so check out the next image to get an idea…
G and Julian Schnabel. Photo by Gail Worley.
This is not the first time I’ve been photographed with Julian Schnabel. Ha!
“View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, 1989–1990” by Julian Schnabel at Gagosian (555 West 24th Street in Chelsea) is on view through May 31, 2014.
Photos by G. Various Artists.
To celebrate their 150th anniversary, Bernardaud has created a collection of tableware designed by artists including Jean-Michel Alberola, Marco Brambilla, Sophie Calle, Fassianos, Jeff Koons, Michael Lin, David Lynch, Marlene Mocquet, Nabil Nahas, Prune Norry, JR, Sarkis and Julian Schnabel.
A boutique has opened up in Chelsea, located at 465 West 23rd Street and 10th Avenue and this design-ware will be on display throughout the summer of 2013.
JR and Prune Norry
You can find out more on the official Bernardaud 150 website (link will open in new window).
Photos by G. Art by Michael Leavitt.
Jeff Koons by Michael Leavitt
Seattle-based artist Michael Leavitt’s latest exhibition “The Art Army Royalty” at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York is epic. This exhibit focuses on the biggest contemporary artists in the game. His statues of each artist capture their essence so perfectly, you will walk away from the gallery with a big smile on your face. The action figure sized statues feature Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Ai Weiwei, Chuck Close, Cindy Sherman, Cy Twombly, Julian Schnabel, Tom Sachs and Murakami, just to name a few – with over 20 statues in total.
Damien Hirst by Michael Leavitt
I met Michael Leavitt at the opening night reception and I asked him what the reaction was from the artists who he’s immortalized. Surprisingly, he said that he has not received much feedback at all. Let’s put it out there to the people in the know to spread the word. I think they’ll love them. You can see a photo from this conversation after the jump. You should also check out Leavitt’s official site (link is at the top of this article), where you can see pictures of the rest of the Art Army.
Julian Schnabel by Michael Leavitt
Also showing at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, is a solo exhibit by Dylan Egon called “Home of the Brave.” Both exhibits will be up through October 8, 2011. The Jonathan LeVine Gallery is located at 529 West 20th Street #9E in Manhattan. Don’t miss it!
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Photo by G.
Julian Schnabel and G
The other day, I was walking down the street and I ran into legendary artist and director Julian Schnabel. I caught Julian at a bad time, but since you don’t often get the chance to see someone you love that much on a regular basis, I had to give it a shot. He was cool enough to pose for a photo with me and I am extremely grateful. Thanks so much Julian! I really appreciate it. This moment made my day.
Photo by G.
Artist Julian Schnabel was born today, October 26. Happy Birthday Julian. A2G loves you!