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Julian Schnabel    (American, 1951)

 Julian Schnabel - Flamingo II (Prints and Multiples) h: 198 x w: 137 cm / h: 78 x w: 53.9 in
Julian Schnabel
Flamingo II 1991
 
 Julian Schnabel - Le Tango II (Prints and Multiples) h: 198 x w: 137 cm / h: 78 x w: 53.9 in
Julian Schnabel
Le Tango II 1991
 
 Julian Schnabel - Malfi (Prints and Multiples) h: 50 x w: 40 cm / h: 19.7 x w: 15.7 in
Julian Schnabel
Malfi 1998
 

Biography
1951 Born: New York, New York
1969 - 1972 B.F.A., University of Houston, Texas
1973 - 1974 Attends the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study program for young artists
1979 First solo show at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York, exhibiting his famous “plate paintings”
Lives and works in New York, New York

Exhibitions
2012 Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany (solo)
2010 Beauty is Diamond, Laleh June Galerie, Basel, Switzerland
2008 Julian Schnabel, Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, China
Navigation Drawings, Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York, NY
2007 Julian Schnabel - Paintings 1978-2006, Palazia Venezia, Rome, Italy
2006 Julian Schnabel, Galeria Enrique Guerrero, Mexico City, Mexico
2005 Julian Schnabel - opere grafiche, LipanjePuntin Artecontemporanea, Trieste, Italy
2004 Julian Schnabel - Sculpture, L&M Arts, New York, NY
2001 Julian Schnabel, Galleria Cardi, Milan, Italy
2000 Galerie Forsblom, Helsinky
Galeria Ramis Barquet, Mexico City, Mexico
1998 - 1999 Pace Wildenstain, Los Angeles, CA
Guid Hall, East Hampton, NY
South London Gallery, London, England
1000 eventi, Milan, Italy
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria
1996 - 1997 ‘The Conversion of Saint-Paul Malfi, Pace Wildenstein, New York, NY
Sperone Westwater, New York, NY
Waddington Gallery, London, England
Bruno Bishofberger Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
Modern Art Gallery, Bologna, Italy
1995 Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona, Spain
Ramis Barquet Gallery, Mexico
‘The Conversion of Saint-Paul Malfi, the pink blouse I like the most and other pink paintings’, Jablonka Gallery, Cologne
1993 - 1994 Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NY
Jason Rubell Gallery, New York, Miami
National Museum of the Art Center Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain
Gian Ferrari Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy
Jane Birkin Paintings’, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, NY
‘Major Retrospective of Paintings and Works on Paper from 1977 to 1993’, Monterrey Museum, Monterrey
Biennial of Sao Paulo
1979 First solo show at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York, exhibiting his famous “plate paintings”
1975 Has his first show at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston
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