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David Zwirner  On view this month—Chelsea: #DZ25Years thru Feb 17; London: Bridget Riley opens Jan 18; Hong Kong: Michaël Borremans opens Jan 27


Tonight in London: join us for the Private View of “Bridget Riley: Recent Paintings 2014–2017,” which @guardian critic Jonathan Jones calls “a blast of pure psychedelic energy.” Private View: January 18, 6–8 PM at 24 Grafton Street, London. On Saturday at 6:30 PM, art historian Richard Shiff will discuss Riley’s work at the gallery. RSVP at link in bio. #bridgetriley #davidzwirnerlondon
Pictured: Installation View, “Bridget Riley: Recent Paintings 2014–2017,” David Zwirner, London, 2017. ©️Bridget Riley 2017, all rights reserved.

This Sunday, January 21, @museumdefundatie opens “Neo Rauch: Dromos Painting 1993–2017.” The retrospective presents more than sixty works tracing the artist's career from his first solo exhibition in Leipzig, in 1993, up to the present day, and also includes works from the private collection of Rauch and his wife, Rosa Loy.

Pictured: Neo Rauch, Die Kontrolle, 2010. Oil on canvas, 300 x 420 cm. private collection, Basel. © Neo Rauch / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. Photograph by Uwe Walter, Berlin. #NeoRauch #DromosPainting

This Thursday, 6-8 PM, David Zwirner London opens “Bridget Riley: Recent Paintings 2014-2017.” From the early 1960s, the British artist has used elementary shapes such as lines, circles, curves, and squares to create visual experiences that actively engage the viewer, at times triggering optical sensations of vibration and movement.

Opening reception: Thursday, January 18, 6-8PM. Scholar Richard Shiff will discuss the artist’s practice at the gallery on Friday, January 19, at 6:30 PM. RSVP at link in bio. The exhibition will be on view through March 10, 2018.

Pictured: Bridget Riley, Measure for Measure 14, 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 55 1/4 x 55 1/4 inches (140.5 x 140.5 cm) #BridgetRiley #DavidZwirnerLondon

Kerry James Marshall’s recently unveiled mural on the @chiculturcenter, titled “Rush More,” pays homage to 20 women—including Gwendolyn Brooks, Oprah Winfrey, and Barbara Jones-Hogu—who have shaped the city's cultural scene. Get to know these female trailblazers at link in Story. #MLKDay

Pictured: Kerry James Marshall at work on “Rush More,” 2017. Photographs by Patrick Pyszka / City of Chicago. #KerryJamesMarshall #GwendolynBrooks #OprahWinfrey #BarbaraJonesHogu #Chicago @chicagotribune

Tonight in Chelsea, 6-8 PM: celebrate the gallery's 25th anniversary at the opening reception for "David Zwirner: 25 Years," on view on 19th and 20th Street. See more at link in bio. #DZ25Years ...
Pictured: David Zwirner, 43 Greene Street, New York, 2001 (during the exhibition Diana Thater: The sky is unfolding under you).

“If the artist is not happy, I am not doing my job.” @WSJMag profiles David Zwirner on the occasion of the gallery’s 25th anniversary. From modest beginnings in SoHo to international expansion, supporting artists has always been central to the gallery’s mission. Read more at link in bio.

Celebrate the milestone on Saturday, January 13, 6-8 PM, with the anniversary exhibition “David Zwirner: 25 Years,” opening across all of the gallery’s Chelsea locations on 19th and 20th Street. #DZ25Years #FBF

Pictured: David Zwirner opening his first gallery in SoHo in 1993.

#TBT In honor of the anniversary exhibition #DZ25Years, opening across our Chelsea galleries this Saturday, 6-8 PM, we’ve asked our staff members to take a look back at some of the shows and events that have inspired them. Sales Associate Julia Mechtler (@jmechtler), who has been with the gallery since 2011, remembers the high-spirited 2014 opening of “Oscar Murillo: A Mercantile Novel.”

“It was our first exhibition with Oscar and everyone was really excited to see what he would show at the gallery. Most people assumed that he would do a traditional painting show but instead he installed a functioning candy-making factory in the gallery, bringing over workers from the Colombian candy manufacturer Colombina, which was founded in Murillo’s hometown.

“The day of the opening was really warm. We had the garage doors open, and the entire street was packed with people, and so was the gallery. Later on, rather than throwing a dinner, we had a party in the exhibition space. The factory workers just started dancing and everybody followed. It lasted the whole night. This was one of the most fun openings we’ve ever had.”

Pictured, left to right: Colombina employees at the press preview for “Oscar Murillo: A Mercantile Novel,” 519 West 19th Street, New York, 2014; Visitors at the exhibition opening; Colombina staff start the dancing off. See more shots from the exhibition at @mercantilenovel. “David Zwirner: 25 Years” will be on view from January 13 to February 17, 2018. Opening reception: January 13, 6-8 PM. #OscarMurillo

David Zwirner is pleased to announce that the gallery now represents the estate of Franz West (1947–2012). @nytimes reported the news yesterday (link in bio). On the occasion of the gallery’s twenty-fifth anniversary, work by the Austrian artist will be included in the exhibition "David Zwirner: 25 Years," opening across the gallery’s Chelsea spaces in New York on January 13, 6-8 PM.
Pictured: Franz West in his studio, Vienna, 1995. #FranzWest #DZ25Years

#TBT In honor of the upcoming anniversary exhibition #DZ25Years, we’ve asked our staff members to take a look back at some of the shows and events that have inspired them. Lucas Zwirner, Editorial Director of @davidzwirnerbooks for 2½ years, and son of the gallerist, recalls childhood jaunts with artist Jason Rhoades (1965–2006).

“Jason was one of the gallery’s earliest artists, and one of my father’s best friends. We spent a lot of time together. We would drive remote-controlled cars around and build things; he gave me a BB gun when I was 10. Jason was very open to what children were interested in, and the idea of the child’s mind—questioning, totally receptive—was really compelling for him. …
"The work of his that I remember best is Meccatuna from 2003. As part of the installation, he used a million Legos to build a perfectly scaled replica of the Kabba in Mecca. He had people in the gallery constantly at work building it. I can remember placing a Lego or two...

"I didn’t necessarily understand the political implications of the work at that time, but we had a sense that it was quite radical, especially post-9/11, to show the great Middle Eastern religious symbol in a child’s language—Legos. Suddenly, this highly inaccessible ritual and object was made accessible and present in a way that was unimaginable beforehand."

Pictured: Lucas Zwirner and Jason Rhoades, c. 2000; Installation view, “Jason Rhoades: Meccatuna,” David Zwirner, New York, 2003. © Estate of Jason Rhoades. “David Zwirner: 25 Years” will be on view from January 13 to February 17, 2018, across all of the gallery’s Chelsea spaces in New York. Opening reception: January 13, 6-8 PM. #LucasZwirner #JasonRhoades #Meccatuna

The @PalMuseum’s multifaceted project and exhibition #JerusalemLives aims to address the sociopolitical issues facing the city and its inhabitants. Continuing his ongoing body of work, “The Institute of Reconciliation,” Murillo established collaborations with community centers in Jerusalem, engaging residents in installing his black canvas works. The installations, on view through January 31, serve as “silent witness,” the artist told @hyperallergic. Read the full article at link in Story.
Pictured: Installation of “Jerusalem Lives,” Silwan Club, Jerusalem, Israel, 2017. Photograph © The Palestinian Museum #OscarMurillo #InstituteofReconciliation

This New Year’s Day we’re reflecting on “The Year in Pictures 2017,” published by @nytimes. We’re honored that Yayoi Kusama’s “Festival of Life,” which opened in November at David Zwirner’s 19th Street gallery, is included in the roundup! ·
Pictured: A gallery visitor peeking into “Longing for Eternity,” an installation with flashing lights and a kaleidoscopic effect by the artist Yayoi Kusama. Photograph by Vincent Tullo for The New York Times. #happynewyear #FestivalofLife #YayoiKusama

David Zwirner’s inaugural exhibition in Hong Kong presents new paintings by Belgian artist Michaël Borremans, one of the foremost painters working today. “Michaël Borremans: Fire from the Sun,” on view January 27 – March 10, 2018, will be the artist's first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Join us for an opening reception on Saturday, January 27, 6 – 8 PM. See the artist’s behind-the-scenes shots from his studio in our Story.
Pictured: Michaël Borremans, Fire from the Sun, 2017. Oil on panel, 10 3/8 x 11 5/8 inches (26.4 x 29.5 cm). © Michaël Borremans #MichaëlBorremans #FirefromtheSun #DZHongKong

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