RUFTH0014

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None
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60 5/8 x 44 inches (154 x 112 cm)

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Chromogenic print with Diasec
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Artwork
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Grey display
Front title 

nudes lac15

Year 
2000

David Zwirner is pleased to present People Who Work Here, an exhibition in the gallery's 519 West 19th Street space. Comprising, as its title suggests, a group of artists who work at the gallery, the show is complementary to David Zwirner's main program, which features forty internationally acclaimed artists.

 

Curated by Brooklyn-based Rawson Projects, whose co-directors James Morrill and Chris Rawson also work at David Zwirner, the show bridges the emerging and established gallery scenes, two sides of the art world that are commonly thought of as isolated from one another. In turn, it plays on notions of inside and outside, art and work, center and periphery, while at the same time testifying to the interconnectedness of the New York art world and the relationships that exist between new and established artists and galleries in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

 

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RUFTH1313

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None
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87 7/8 x 72 7/8 inches (223 x 185 cm)

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Chromogenic print
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Artwork
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Grey display
Front title 

press++30.18

Year 
2016

RUFTH1313

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None
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72 7/8 x 93 3/4 inches (185 x 238 cm)

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Chromogenic print
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Artwork
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Grey display
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press++28.19

Year 
2016

CRUMB0325

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None
Artists 
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5 3/4 x 4 3/8 inches (14.5 x 11 cm)

Materials 
Ink on paper
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Artwork
Images display 
Grey display
Front title 

R. Crumb Himself

Year 
2007

Al Taylor: Early Paintings

Published on the occasion of the exhibition is a fully illustrated book which includes an essay by John Yau and a conversation conducted by Mimi Thompson with artists Stanley Whitney and Billy Sullivan, all of whom knew Taylor well during his lifetime. A detailed biographical chronology compiled by Debbie Taylor completes this important contribution to the understanding of her husband's life and work. Published by David Zwirner Books.

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