We are delighted to welcome back Raphaëlle Goethals for her 3rd solo exhibition at Turner Carroll Gallery. Raphaëlle is known for her large-scale, transcendent encaustic paintings. Her practice comes from a desire for larger truths, a search for the timeless and the infinite, and a cultivation of both devotion and humanism. Goethals' paintings have been featured in numerous museum exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe, including a recent solo exhibition at the Morris Graves Museum.
Jeffrey Gibson is a celebrated multidisciplinary artist whose works are represented in over 20 permanent collections across the US. He is a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and half Cherokee. His work combines Native American traditions with the visual languages of Modernism to explore the contemporary confluence of personal identity, culture, history, and international social narratives. His fantastic show Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric is up at Site Santa Fe through 11 September 2022. You can see the prints here.
Women in the House is curated in honor of the 50th anniversary of Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro's Womanhouse, a project that transformed what we thought art could be. Original Womanhouse artists Judy Chicago and Nancy Youdelman are featured in the exhibition, alongside artists of all ages and colors who also broke societal rules to chart their own destiny in the art world. You can see work by Camille Claudel, Swoon, Hung Liu, Meridel Rubenstein, Mildred Howard, Monica Lundy, Janet Pasin Sloan, Mokha Laget, as well as Judy Chicago and Nancy Youdelman, here.
Join us this season for an exhibition of mixed media work by Hung Liu in conjunction with Remember This: Hung Liu at Trillium at the University of Oregon’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. You can also catch Hung Liu: Golden Gate at the de Young Museum in San Francisco through August 2022, and Hung Liu Reveries: Celebrating the Art of Hung Liu at the Honolulu Museum of Art from August 2022 through May 2023.
Camille Claudel's masterwork L'implorante is on view now at Turner Carroll. L'Implorante is the young Camille, laid bare with soul-wrenching longing, imploring her lover Auguste Rodin to remain with her. In 1905, Claudel worked with her friend and esteemed art dealer Eugene Blot in Paris to cast in bronze both a large-scale edition (this one) and a small-scale edition of L'Implorante. The sculpture is featured in her catalogue raisonné, and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity signed by the author of the catalogue raisonné.