Ashley Bickerton, Do Ho Suh and More Set for Lehmann Maupin's Fall 2013 Exhibitions
Lehmann Maupin has announced its upcoming exhibition schedule for Fall 2013. Details below! *Please note dates are subject to slight variation.
11 September - 26 October 2013
201 Chrystie Street, New York
Ashley Bickerton's upcoming exhibition features a combination of multi-media work ranging from figuration to pure abstraction that masterfully combine painting, sculpture and photography. For decades, Bickerton has experimented with the nature of these three disciplines, striving to find a perfect harmony that manifests in both the two and three dimensions.
This is Ashley Bickerton's fourth solo show at Lehmann Maupin since 2006. He has lived and worked in Bali, Indonesia for twenty years.
12 September - 2 November 2013
540 West 26th Street, New York
For his second solo exhibition at Lehmann Maupin, Angel Otero will present a new series of steel and porcelain sculptures alongside his signature gestural abstract paintings. Angel engages the history of art through his uniquely inventive practice and continual exploration of materials, in the process pushing the mediums of oil paint, and in the case of the new sculptures, steel and porcelain to their physical limits.
Lehmann Maupin has represented Angel Otero since 2010. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn.
12 September - 9 November 2013
407 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Hong Kong
For her first solo show in Hong Kong, Teresita Fernández continues her investigation of historical landscape painting, which she explored in a recent sculptural installation in Shanghai titled, Yellow Mountains, after the Huangshan mountain range in Eastern China. Fernandez's new paintings are created with India ink on gold-chromed panels, which subtly reflect the surrounding environment and insert the viewer into the landscape. A large-scale wall installation composed of graphite will also be on view.
Lehmann Maupin has represented Teresita Fernández since 2001. This will be her sixth exhibition with the gallery. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn.