LIVING WITH ART:
COLLECTING CONTEMPORARY IN METRO NEW YORK
May 1-August 15, 2010
This exhibition features contemporary works of art in all media from six distinguished area collections including more than seventy important works by both emerging and established artists.
Highlights of the exhibition include Nukae? by El Anatsui; Femme Couteau by Louise Bourgeois; Untitled (Gordon’s Made Me Do It) by Rikrit Tiravanija; Two into One by Martin Puryear; an untitled drawing by Tara Donovan, and Now by Kiki Smith.
Living with Art focuses on the collections of Doreen and Gilbert Bassin, Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, The Ginsberg Collection, Jeffrey and Ruth Libin, Monica and Richard Segal, and another private collection, with each offering insight into the collectors’ personal approaches to acquiring art.
Photo courtesy of the artist
Work No. 223, 1999
Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg
Photo courtesy Gavin Brown's enterprise
Trenton Doyle Hancock
Las, Luces, Looses, and Losses, 2005
Courtesy of the Ginsberg Collection
Photo courtesy of James Cohan Gallery, New York
©Trenton Doyle Hancock
Trade Fair, 2003
Collection of Jeffrey and Ruth Libin
Photo courtesy of Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York
The Sweden, 2007
Collection of Doreen and Gilbert Bassin
Photo courtesy of Contemporary Fine Arts Galerie, Berlin