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Julian Schnabel – Walt Whitman IV (Air)


Edition Edition of 25

Signature Signed and numbered by the artist
Year 2016
Material Pigment print on copperplate paper

Size 130 x 98 cm


Julian Schnabel – Walt Whitman IV (Air), Edition of 25, Signed and numbered by the artist, Year 2016, Material Pigment print on copperplate paper, Size 130 x 98 cm

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About Julian Schnabel

Julian Schnabel (*1951) lives and works in New York City and on Long Island. After graduating at the University of Houston/Texas he successfully applied for the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum/New York. His first solo exhibition was in 1979 - since then the list of exhibitions became impressively long, including the most important museums worldwide. Schnabel is considered as main representative ot neo-expressionism and is one oft he most famous living artists ot the US. His work in one word? Unconventional. No matter if he does paintings with broken dishes, sculptures, paper works, movies or music. His creativity last but not least comes from longstay trips across Europe in the late Seventies, the fasciantion for the architecture of Gaudí and his love of opulence.

Julian Schnabel (*1951) lebt und arbeitet in New York City und auf Long Island. Er besuchte die Universität in Houston/Texas und das „Independent Study Program“ am Whitney Museum in New York. Seine erste Einzelausstellung hatte er 1979 und seither unzählige in den wichtigsten Museen weltweit. Schnabel gilt als einer der Hauptvertreter des Neoexpressionismus und ist einer der bedeutendsten lebenden Künstler der USA. Seine Arbeit in einem Wort? Unkonventionell. Egal ob Gemälde mit unebenen Oberflächen aus gebrochenem Glas oder Porzellan, Skulpturen, Papierarbeiten, Kinofilme oder Musik. Schnabels Kreativität stammt nicht zuletzt von langen Auslandaufenthalten und Reisen quer durch Europa in den späten 70ern, der Faszination für die Architektur Gaudís und die Liebe zur Opulenz.