Julian Schnabel. Permanently Becoming and the Architecture of seeing
04/06/2011 - 27/11/2011
From 4 June to 27 November 2011, the Correr Museum in Venice will host Julian Schnabel. Permanently Becoming and the Architecture of seeing, an important exhibition dedicated to the eclectic New York artist.
More than forty paintings and sculptures will be exhibited, spanning Julian Schnabel's artistic career from the 1970s to the present. His retrospective illustrates an artistic philosophy that takes inspiration from from Jackson Pollock and Cy Twombly but is also based on the European and Mediterranean tradition characterised by artists as such as to Tintoretto or El Greco.
Some of the most significant works exhibited are “Painting for Malik Joyeux and Bernardo” from 2006, “The Sea” from 1981, “St. Francis in Ecstasy” from 1980, “Portrait of Rula” from 2010, "Arrowhead (Bez)” from 2010 and “The Atlas Mountains” from 2008.