A painting by Sherrie Levine, titled Monochromes After Reinhardt, dated 2018.
A painting by Sherrie Levine, titled Monochromes After Reinhardt, dated 2018.
A painting by Sherrie Levine, titled Monochromes After Reinhardt, dated 2018.
Sherrie Levine
After Reinhardt

David Zwirner is pleased to present Sherrie Levine: After Reinhardt at the gallery’s 34 East 69th Street location in New York. This will be the artist’s third solo exhibition with the gallery.

 

Levine’s work engages many of the core tenets of postmodern art, in particular challenging notions of originality, authenticity, and identity. Levine rose to prominence as a member of the Pictures Generation, a group of artists based in New York in the late 1970s and 1980s whose work examined the structures of signification underlying mass-circulated images—and, in many cases, directly appropriated these images in order to imbue them with new, critically inflected meaning. Since then, Levine has created a singular and complex body of work in a variety of media (including photography, painting, and sculpture) that often explicitly reproduces artworks and motifs from the Western art-historical canon.

 

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Image: Sherrie Levine, Monochromes After Reinhardt, 2018 (detail)

Dates

Opening reception

Thursday, February 28, 5–7 PM