Oscar Murillo's third exhibition with David Zwirner presents paintings, drawings, sculptural elements, film, and a maze-like room-sized installation of several hundred black paintings and steel structures. Through the incorporation of canvases that bear evidence of past use in the artist's studio and global travel, the installation affirms the idea of a finished artwork becoming inseparable from process and materials. The exhibition builds on Murillo's early emphasis on personal cultural experiences by drawing on his recent travels and exploration of the artist's role in an increasingly global world.
through patches of corn, wheat and mud
525 & 533 West 19th StreetNew York
82 3/4 x 82 3/4 inches (210 x 210 cm)