Danny Fox Langley in the Garden, 2020 acrylic on canvas 60 x 72 in. (152.4 x 182.9 cm.)

Danny Fox: Feedback Loop of Visual Reference

We are pleased to share with you a new essay, Danny Fox: Feedback Loop of Visual Reference, written by Kirsten Cave. This essay explores Fox’s collaboration with photographer Kingsley Ifill, the basis for the paintings included in Danny Fox: The Sweet and Burning Hills (Alexander Berggruen, New York, January 12-February 26, 2021).

From the first group of related photographs and drawings in the 19th century to early pornographic postcards to contemporary pop culture, Fox’s new body of work exists in conversation with the rich history of photography’s influence on drawing and painting.

Virtual Panel with Minku Kim and Ted Gahl

Virtual Panel with Minku Kim and Ted Gahl at Alexander Berggruen

We are pleased to share with you a recording of the Virtual Panel we held on Thursday, October 1 with the artists in our two concurrent exhibitions Minku Kim: Foundation and Ted Gahl: Paintings (September 1-October 14, 2020), moderated by independent curator Francesca Altamura.

Emma Webster Fawn, 2020 oil on linen 96 x 78 in. (245 x 200 cm.)

Animal Kingdom – Mini-Interviews

Alexander Berggruen is pleased to share mini-interviews with select artists included in our exhibition Animal Kingdom (June 26-August 29, 2020).

Alexander Berggruen Quarters Install

Quarters: Anne Buckwalter, Dustin Hodges, JJ Manford, Brittney Leeanne Williams – Small-Format Interviews

Alexander Berggruen conducted Small-Format Interviews with each of the artists in our exhibition Quarters: Anne Buckwalter, Dustin Hodges, JJ Manford, Brittney Leeanne Williams (March 18-May 27, 2020).

Still of Quarters: Anne Buckwatler, Dustin Hodges, JJ Manford, Brittney Leeanne Williams Panel

Quarters: Anne Buckwalter, Dustin Hodges, JJ Manford, Brittney Leeanne Williams – Live Virtual Panel

On Saturday, May 2, at 5 pm Eastern, Alexander Berggruen hosted a Live Virtual Panel with the artists in our past exhibition, Quarters: Anne Buckwalter, Dustin Hodges, JJ Manford, Brittney Leeanne Williams, moderated by art writer and curator Osman Can Yerebakan.

Emily Mae Smith The Studio, Pieta, 2019 oil on linen 11 x 14 in. (27.9 x 35.6 cm.)

Emily Mae Smith on Her Painting The Studio, Pieta

In speaking about the present painting, Emily Mae Smith noted: “I see the cherry as a symbol of feminine sexuality, here performing a cartoon of masculine gender. The Studio is meant to conjure all of our historical feelings of who artists are.”

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