A detail from an untitled work features Cat, Bird, and Tunnels by  Martin Ramirez dated 1950
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TEFAF

David Zwirner is pleased to participate in TEFAF New York 2022. The booth will feature significant and historic works from Mickey Cartin’s collection, following the gallery’s exhibition Seen in the Mirror: Things from the Cartin Collection, which was on view at 537 West 20th Street from November to December 2021. Since he began collecting in the 1980s, Mickey Cartin has assembled a remarkable and singular collection of works—including paintings from the last six centuries, drawings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, early printed books, artists’ books, and old master prints—that reflects his own expansive curiosity and his interest in the philosophical nuances he often discovers in those works. Cartin’s thoughtful approach to collecting is informed by his fascination with beauty, knowledge, and the miraculous. On view at TEFAF will be works by Josef Albers, Martín Ramírez, Bill Traylor, Albert York, and Joe Coleman, among others. 

Image: Martin Ramirez, Untitled (Cat, Bird, and Tunnels), c. 1950 (detail)

Dates
May 510, 2022
Address
Park Avenue Armory 643 Park Ave New York
Booth
347

David Zwirner is pleased to participate in TEFAF New York 2022. The booth will feature significant and historic works from Mickey Cartin’s collection, following the gallery’s exhibition Seen in the Mirror: Things from the Cartin Collection, which was on view at 537 West 20th Street from November to December 2021. Since he began collecting in the 1980s, Mickey Cartin has assembled a remarkable and singular collection of works—including paintings from the last six centuries, drawings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, early printed books, artists’ books, and old master prints—that reflects his own expansive curiosity and his interest in the philosophical nuances he often discovers in those works. Cartin’s thoughtful approach to collecting is informed by his fascination with beauty, knowledge, and the miraculous. On view at TEFAF will be works by Josef Albers, Martín Ramírez, Bill Traylor, Albert York, and Joe Coleman, among others. 

Image: Martin Ramirez, Untitled (Cat, Bird, and Tunnels), c. 1950 (detail)

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