In early March, Meg Webster collaborated with Kanye West to exhibit her large-scale sculptural works in Paris—installed on the occasion of West’s Paris Fashion Week presentation in the Oscar Niemeyer–designed headquarters of France’s Communist Party. Read more about this and other collaborations between Webster and West in the Wall Street Journal.View Source
Join Cecily Brown for a live conversation over ZOOM on Wednesday, April 1 at 1pm ET. Brown will speak with Jason Rosenfeld as part of a new series from The Brooklyn Rail titled “The New Social Environment: Lunchtime Conversations.” To participate, register on Eventbrite using the link below.View Source
Paula Cooper Gallery is pleased to announce two digital initiatives that will soon be available on our website. A new online Viewing Room will present curated selections of artworks accompanied by a range of didactic, archival, and expository materials. A second initiative titled PCG Studio will provide a platform to share ideas and projects by and about our gallery artists. Combining new content and rarely seen materials pulled from the gallery’s archives, PCG Studio will showcase screenings, performances, conversations, and editorial features. Watch for our first posts to be announced soon.
Paula Cooper Gallery is thrilled to announce our participation in Art Basel’s inaugural edition of Online Viewing Rooms—a new digital platform designed to connect galleries and collectors from around the world. The Online Viewing Rooms launch on March 20 and remain live until March 25, with VIP preview days on the 18th and 19th. During this period, Paula Cooper Gallery will present exemplary works of painting, sculpture, and photography from the gallery’s landmark program of artists—from pioneers of Conceptual and Minimal art in the 1960s through leading voices of contemporary artmaking today.View Source
Due to the growing public health concerns, Paula Cooper Gallery will temporarily close until further notice. We are taking this precautionary measure in order to promote the safety of our staff, artists, and community. Gallery operations will continue remotely during this time. Digital packets for Ja’Tovia Gary, flesh that needs to be loved, and the group exhibition, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Sarah Charlesworth, Sherrie Levine, are available upon request. We will continue to monitor the situation and share updates as things progress.
Original shirts designed by Ja’Tovia Gary and the LA-based fashion brand No Sesso to celebrate Gary’s installation The GIVERNY SUITE are available for purchase at the artist’s exhibition in our 21st Street gallery. 40% of the proceeds will go to the non-profit Assata’s Daughters, a Black woman-led, young person-directed organization rooted in the Black Radical Tradition.