White | Black is a monochrome group exhibition of work by art stars, including a few Latins, at Acquavella Galleries in Manhattan’s Upper East Side from August 13 – September 28, 2018.
White | Black
Some artists have such a distinctive style that you can spot it right away, even at a glance. Showing paintings, sculpture and works on paper of such artists in pure white and black, with no gray, is an interesting way to compare and contrast styles.
It shines a light on the unique aesthetics of each artist. In a way, showing very different artists together like this makes the viewer more intimate with each one.
Latin Artists in the Exhibition
- Miquel Barceló (Spanish)
- Louise Bourgeois (French)
- Jean Dubuffet (French)
- Jacob El Hanani (Jewish – Moroccan)
- Manolo Millares (Spanish)
- Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguayan)
American art stars in the exhibition include Keith Haring, Robert Longo & Andy Warhol.
Visit Acquavella Galleries
Acquavella Galleries is the Italian – American art gallery from which dealer Nicholas Acquavella introduced Italian Renaissance and Baroque art to American museums starting in 1921. His son William added modern art. Today the third Acquavella generation deals in contemporary art.
18 East 79th St, New York, NY 10075
(near Madison Avenue)
Upper East Side, Manhattan
Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
(6) to 77th St
For more information, visit www.acquavellagalleries.com