David Zwirner is pleased to participate in Art Basel in Hong Kong (Booth 1C02). 2014 marks the fourth consecutive year the gallery will be at this fair.
Highlights include works made especially for the fair by Oscar Murillo, who will be in attendance at the fair. A Mercantile Novel, the artist’s debut show at David Zwirner, re-creates a chocolate-making factory inside the gallery (519 West 19th Street, New York; on view through June 14).
Also exhibited will be a major work by Donald Judd, one of the most significant American artists of the postwar period. Untitled (Bernstein 90-01), 1990, exemplifies one of the artist’s favored configurations—the stack. Executed in black anodized aluminum with clear Plexiglas, this work is comprised of ten wall-mounted units that are evenly spaced from floor to ceiling. A plank sculpture by John McCracken, another leader of American Minimalism and whose estate the gallery represents, will also be shown.
Other highlights include paintings by Michaël Borremans, whose major retrospective is now on view at Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels; Carol Bove, whose critically acclaimed presentation of seven new sculptures on New York’s High Line at the Rail Yards recently ended its year-long run; Neo Rauch who will have a show at David Zwirner, New York this fall; and a new painting by Yayoi Kusama, whose first exhibition at David Zwirner, New York in 2013 attracted tens of thousands of visitors.
Also featured will be works on paper by Marlene Dumas, whose museum survey, The Image as Burden, comprising over one hundred drawings and paintings from private and museum collections throughout the world, will open in September at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. The show will travel to Tate Modern, London and Fondation Beyeler, Basel in 2015.