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Private View

Petzel presents “Private View,” a special exhibition of works by gallery artists. The show, on view at 35 East 67th Street, Third Floor, includes works by Ross Bleckner, Cosima von Bonin, Keith Edmier, Derek Fordjour, Wade Guyton, Charline von Heyl, Sean Landers, Maria Lassnig, Jorge Pardo, Seth Price, Jon Pylypchuk, Dana Schutz, Nicola Tyson, Corinne Wasmuht, and Heimo Zobernig. 

NICOLA TYSON Self-Portrait: Doll

NICOLA TYSON
Self-Portrait: Doll
2020
Acrylic on Canvas
80 x 62 inches
$54,000

SETH PRICE untitled 2011

SETH PRICE
Untitled
2011
PETG vacuum-formed over knotted rope
46.25 x 44.5 x 2.75 inches

CORINNE WASMUHT BSL DJ ZV 2020

CORINNE WASMUHT
BSL DJ ZV
2020
Oil on wood
78 x 81.5 x 2 inches
€75,000

JORGE PARDO untitled 2017

JORGE PARDO
Untitled
2017
MDF, acrylic paint, caoba, LED fixtures
47 x 35 inches
$75,000

KEITH EDMIER The Kelly Bag (Salmacis) 2015

KEITH EDMIER
The Kelly Bag (Salmacis)
2015
Glass, dental acrylic, polyurethane, acrylic paint, and silk on limestone base
11.5 x 19 x 12 inches
Edition 3/3
$75,000

MARIA LASSNIG Fernsehkind (TV Child) 1987

MARIA LASSNIG
Fernsehkind (TV Child)
1987
Oil on canvas
78.75 x 93.25 inches

JON PYLYPCHUK Guess what milkshake I came here to take a shit in your sink

JON PYLYPCHUK
Guess what milkshake I came here to take a shit in your sink
2019
Fabric, wood glue, watercolor, glitter, black cue balls, polyurethane, wood, on linen on panel 
51 x 36.5 x 3.25 inches
$24,000

WADE GUYTON Untitled 2019

WADE GUYTON
Untitled
2019
Epson UltraChrome HDX inkjet on linen
84 x 69 inches

Video

Hiroki Tsukuda discusses why he became an artist and how societal issues have influenced his work in his latest exhibition "They Live" at Petzel Gallery's Chelsea location. Film by ArtDrunk.

 

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