Camille Claudel - l'Implorante
Hung Liu: Memory and Revolution

Hung Liu: Memory and Revolution, July 28 to September 4, 2023. Opening Reception at Turner Carroll, Friday, July 28, 5-7 pm. August marks the second anniversary of the passing of our friend, the incredible artist and humanist, Hung Liu. Liu once said, when asked about her paintings of women and children from other cultures and races: “We can adopt each other’s children, and we can adopt each other’s ancestors, as well.” You are invited to see and check-in with these ancestors who are both universal and specific. (C) Hung Liu Estate/Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York

Camille Claudel - l'Implorante

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.

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Welcome to the Turner Carroll Gallery. Celebrating 33 years of placing significant artworks into top private and museum collections, Turner Carroll was founded by art historians and curators Tonya Turner Carroll and Michael Carroll. The Turner Carroll staff has vast experience in all areas of the art world, including museums, auction houses, advising private collections and curating exhibitions for museums internationally.
We deal in international modern and contemporary art by iconic artists whose impact on the artworld is massive, often rising from the margins of society.  We feature historic works by artists such as Camille Claudel, Hung Liu, Elizabeth Catlett, Louise Bourgeois, Agnes Martin, Miriam Schapiro, Charles White, Alfred Jensen, Angela Ellsworth, Berndt and Hilla Becher, Leonora Carrington, Nadya Tolokonnikova, Judy Chicago, Swoon, Christo, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Alice Neel, Faith Ringgold, and Philip Guston.  Contemporary women artists as well as artists of diverse race, gender, and nationality comprise the core of our program, along with works by the finest contemporary artists working in New Mexico today. We proudly represent the estate of Traian Alexandru Filip and the Landfall Press Archive.
Currently, we feature Nadya Tolokonnikova, Lien Truong, Mildred Howard, Beverly McIver, Monica Lundy, and Miriam Schapiro. Our New Mexico artists include Florence Pierce, Agnes Pelton, Emil Bistram, Agnes Martin, Karen Yank, Igor Melnikov, Garo Antresian, Joel-Peter Witkin, Mokha Laget, Meridel Rubenstein, Diego Romero, Jamie Brunson, Walter Robinson, and Scott Greene. Black artists from the American South comprise the core of our current program, with Clarence Heyward, Stephen Hayes, Antoine Williams, Jeremy Biggers, Sam Lao, and Stephen Cozart leading the way. Photographers Jess T. Dugan, Natalie Christensen, Drew Tal, and Andres Serrano exhibit in museums internationally.