Thursday, April 7, 2005–Saturday, June 4, 2005
April 7 - June 4, 2005
C&M Arts is pleased to present
Julian Schnabel: Selected Paintings.
This exhibition comprises twenty-one
major works from 1978 - 2001
and will be on view from April 7 -
June 4, 2005. Julian Schnabel’s
rise to fame began with his first
exhibitions in the mid-seventies and
early-eighties. Drawn to daringly
painted, larger than life images,
Schnabel’s sense of the epic
continues to fascinate and provoke
a world-wide public.
Running from the early Plate Paintings to the more recent Big Girls, Schnabel’s work remains
fearless in scale and structure. The paintings in this exhibition range from radical reformulations
of great themes of western art, as in St. Francis in Ecstasy, to poignantly tender portraits
like Mi Vida. The show will also include other noted works, such as The Sea, Ethnic Type
# 14, and the first plate painting, The Patients and the Doctors.
Julian Schnabel: Selected Paintings is accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Robert
Pincus-Witten, who contends “that Schnabel’s real ambition is the desire for an art that continually
asserts its authority, humanity, originality and beauty.” This exhibition would not have
been possible without the close collaboration of the artist and his studio.
For further information, please contact Maureen Bray at the gallery via phone at 212-861-
0020 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.