The 3rd in a series of exhibitions treating the role women have played in art history. Opens March 5, 2021 at Turner Carroll Gallery. Titled “Renegades,” the exhibition follows two previous exhibitions titled “Can’t Lock Me Up” (2019) and “Burned: Women and Fire” (2020). This exhibition celebrates the unveiling of the sculpture “L’implorante” by Camille Claudel, widely recognized as her most important work currently available on the international art market. Other editions of this sculpture are found in permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Musée Camille Claudel, and others. Artwork in the exhibition may be viewed here.
From February through May 2021 the Turner Carroll Gallery is very pleased to present an extraordinary body of secondary market works. Artists in the exhibition include Alighiero Boetti, Judy Chicago, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Jim Dine, Philip Guston, Howard Hodgkin, Alfred Jensen, Agnes Martin, Louise Nevelson, Toyin Odutola, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Artwork in the exhibition may be viewed here.
We are very pleased to offer a 1971 original painting by Philip Guston in advance of his much talked about retrospective. This work, "Roma" is is 14 x 11" and framed tastefully in silver leaf. Philip Guston's "Roma" may be viewed here.
We are very pleased to offer this original work by Alighiero Boetti. This very rare "Arazzi" series, embroidered work "Ammazzare il tempo" dates from 1984. It measures 6.75 x 7" and is framed with the original, modest wood slats. Alighiero Boetti's "Ammazzare il tempo" may be viewed here.
We are very pleased to offer two original works by the visionary artist Alfred Jensen. "The Double Helix" is a work from 1980 measuring 59 x 53". The smaller work is "The American Friends," a work from 1970, measuring 30.13 x 20". Works by Alfred Jensen may be viewed here.
Judy Chicago is one of the most influential women in the history of art, and we're proud to present a retrospective view of her six-decade career as a printmaker. This body of work includes some of her most important images from The Birth Project, The Song of Songs, and her early Feminist works. View our immersive online exhibition and film here. View a large selection of the prints here.