Fisher Landau Center for Art Presents UNFORGETTABLE


"UNFORGETTABLE: Selections from the Emily Fisher Landau Collection", on view through April 4 in the 1st floor gallery. The exhibition highlights a selection of paintings, sculpture and photography, including such iconic pieces as Ed Ruscha's "Securing the Last Letter" 1964, Louise Bourgeois' "Nature Study" 1984, Robert Rauschenberg's "Sundog" 1962, Georgia O'Keeffe's "Dry Waterfall" 1951 and Agnes Martin's "Grey Stone II" 1961, along with additional artworks by Willem De Kooning, April Gornik, Jasper Johns, Vera Lutter, Tom Otterness, Richard Prince, James Rosenquist, Kiki Smith, Rudolf Stingel, Mark Tansey, Andy Warhol and others.

"Stream of the Unknown" occupies the 2nd & 3rd floor galleries featuring artwork by Richard Artschwager, Ross Bleckner, Dean Byington, Francesco Clemente, Constance Dejong, Nancy Dwyer, Robert Greene, Robert Helm, Roni Horn, Neil Jenney, Annette Lemieux, Suzanne McClelland, James Meyer, Elliot Puckette, Nicholas Rule, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Steve Wolfe and others.

Exhibitions at the Center feature recent acquisitions and core holdings, emphasizing key works by artists who have shaped the most significant art of the last 50 years. For more information please visit or become a fan on the Fisher Landau Center for Art's Facebook page.

Fisher Landau Center for Art
38-27 30TH STREET
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Open 12pm-5pm Thursday-Monday.
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N or Q Subway lines to 39th Ave. in Queens.