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  1. Wednesday, December 13, 2017

  2. Thursday, December 14, 2017

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Exhibitions

A Global Gathering

Showing at 21c Lexington On display from August 2017 - July 2018
  • Lynette Yiadom-Boakye 11am Monday, 2011 oil on canvas 180 x 100 cm ©Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. Courtesy of the artist, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, and Corvi-Mora, London.

  • Zanele Muholi (South African) Nomonde Mbusi, 2007 Lambda print

  • Michael Eastman (American) Mercedes' Living Room, 2002 Chromogenic print

  • Pierre Gonnord (French) Nico, 2004 Color photograph

  • Anthony Goicolea (American) Anonymous Self-Portrait, 2015 Graphite and turpentine oil on Mylar

  • Fabiano Parisi (Italian) Il Mondo Che non Vedo No. 53, 2012 Chromogenic print

  • Christian Schoeler (German) Untitled #023 (William), 2011 Mixed media, oil on canvas mounted on wood

About the Exhibition

Portraiture and identity, landscape and the environment, politics and power: the three intersecting themes of 21c’s newest exhibition, A Global Gathering, reflect the evolution of 21c’s permanent collection.  One of two traveling exhibitions highlighting acquisitions since the founding of 21c in 2006, this selection of 63 artworks by 31 artists from 14 countries narrates compelling issues and events from a broad global perspective. Artists both internationally known and emerging are featured: Bill Viola, Kehinde Wiley, Anthony Goicolea, Ori Gersht, and Zanele Muholi have been collected and exhibited by museums across the globe, while Carlos Quintana, Quayola, Wim Botha, and others are just stepping onto the world’s art stage. From portraits of victims of violence by Titus Kaphar and Miguel Ángel Rojas, to visions of our endangered or decaying environments by Marco Veronese and Fabiano Parisi, to critiques of military might by Democracia and Anastasia Taylor-Lind, these visionary artists create aesthetically and conceptually engaging works that reflect how we live and die, work, play, and dream in the 21st century; their revelations may inspire insights into how we might build and share a progressive future worldwide.

> Join us for a free opening reception on August 22nd