Works by: John Chamberlain, George Condo, Adolph Gottlieb, Hans Hofmann, Kenneth Noland, Sol LeWitt, Tom Wesselmann, KAWS, and Jonas Wood
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Helwaser Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Miami from December 3 to 8 (Booth AM521). The booth will highlight works by post-war and contemporary masters, including John Chamberlain, George Condo, Adolph Gottlieb, Hans Hofmann, Kenneth Noland, Sol LeWitt, Tom Wesselmann, KAWS, and Jonas Wood. This presentation marks the gallery’s continued dedication to the works of leading artists of the twentieth and twenty-first century.
Among the works featured will be historical works by first-generation Abstract Expressionists Hans Hofmann, and Adolph Gottlieb. These works include Composition #2 (1958) by Hofmann, a large, vibrant work that belongs to the “slab” series that he began in the late 1950s. Also on view is Gottlieb’s Black on White (1967), a large-scale work that features emotionally charged brushstrokes, suspended against a pure white field. This exploration of abstraction and color field techniques is continued with Kenneth Noland’s Mysteries (Wild Hearts) (2000), which revisits the artist’s landmark series of concentric circle landscapes that was conceived in the 1960s, with heightened, dramatic color relationships.
Accompanying these works are a series of smaller-scale works, as well as works on paper. A set of four paintings, Untitled (Camo Skulls) (2000) features the artist KAWS' distinct graphic imagery, depicting a series of skulls that make reference to the pop art and culture that influence his work. Alongside these works are also a series of portraiture works by George Condo that are showcase the artist’s unique practice of recontextualizing Old Master works, blending them with references to American culture. Other works on paper include those by Conceptual and Minimalist pioneer Sol LeWitt, and contemporary painter Jonas Wood.
Also exhibited will be a selection of work on paper by George Condo, Ed Ruscha, John Welsey, Sol LeWitt, and Jonas Wood.