22 May 2018

Julian Schnabel: A Light That Failed – Edward Lucie-Smith

Julian Schnabel currently occupies an ambiguous position in the art world, which his new solo exhibition at Pace is likely to do little to clarify.

8 May 2016

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Julian Schnabel To Leave Gagosian And Return To Pace

Julian Schnabel the New York multidisciplinary artist best known for his paintings in the 1980s is to leave Gagosian and return to Pace, it has been announced. His  practice extends beyond painting to include sculpture and film. He told the New York Times, “I wanted to have a more human relationship with the person who was representing my work. “ Schnabel, […]

24 April 2014

Julian Schnabel: Bridging An Unconventional Road Between Figurative And Abstraction

Julian Schnabel’s new exhibition at “The Dairy” successfully accomplishes the rare act of combining abstraction and figurative painting all in one show. Its amalgam is enhanced by the use of photography (Ink jet printed canvases) and glossy resin.  In the 80s Schnabel’s use of unorthodox materials such as broken crockery and fibreglass created a controversy […]

23 April 2014

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Julian Schnabel: Re-evaluated And Celebrated In New Dairy Art Centre Exhibition

The Dairy Art Centre in London is presenting the first exhibition in 15 years of the seminal American artist Julian Schnabel. The exhibition brings together new and rarely seen works created within the last two decades. Now known as much for his critically acclaimed films as for his art, this exhibition is both a re-evaluation […]