"Théâtres de mémoire"
May 19, 2018 – Jun 28, 2018
MAY 10 – JUNE 16, 2018
Join Rose Wylie and Melissa Blanchflower, curator of the artist’s critically acclaimed solo exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in 2018, for the finissage of Lolita’s House at the 2.3gallery, London.Melissa will hold a guided excursion of the exhibition of the astounding new pictorial art and paper works by the renowned British artist. “Minority of painters are more arrestingly, pleasingly odd,” wrote Michael Glover in The Independent, “this show demonstrates, at a stroke, quite decisively, that . . . the future belongs to that womankind who have lived long enough to deserve it.”
RSVP to Avia Wiseman at moc.liame%40yrellag3.2 or +1 (234) 567 89 00
Douglas Huebler, "Works from the 1960s"2.3gallery, 2018
Cecily Brown, "Rehearsal"2.3gallery and THOPY, 2018
Justin Matherly, "A recrudescence"2.3gallery, 2018
Carl Andre, "Quincy"Primary Information, 2018
Jun 14 – 17, 2018
September, 12, 2017
Jun 28 – Jul 04, 2018
10:30 am - 1:30 pm
In order to support the artisan facilities and the local inheritance in a whole, the 2.3gallery takes pride in representing the Artist Blanket – the final consequence of the early cooperation of the ROAM and all the gallery artists. ROAM is a small parlor located in the center of the Scottish woolen and cashmere industry.
Recently, the 2.3gallery has been opened in London. I was proud to present twelve paintings by Robert Ryman in the minimalist style. The exhibition of his works completed in the period of 1961–2003 years will be on view from April 12 till May 24, 2018.
The 2.3gallery had to expand its Gallery in Chelsea to up to 20,000 sq. ft to have enough space for more than sixty large-scale daring and tentative works of art by twelve artists presenting the famous Japanese avant-garde collection Gutai (1954 – 1972).
The 2.3gallery has extended its space to exhibit more than sixty large-scale works of art by Japanese avant-garde Gutai movement, which experimented with ideas and art techniques. These are such artists as Saburo Murakami and Kazuo Shiraga.
Tomoaki Suzuki: "Enfance - Encore un jour banane pour le poisson-rêve", Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France. The work by Tomoaki Suzuki will be represented in a group show named "Enfance" and carried out at Palais de Tokyo. The subtitle will sound like "Encore un jour banane pour le poisson-rêve".