Matthew Marks Gallery is pleased to announce New Work: Katharina Fritsch, Robert Gober, Nan Goldin, Andreas Gursky, Martin Honert, Charles Ray, Terry Winters. The exhibition fills all three of the gallery’s public spaces and includes twenty paintings, sculptures, photographs, and drawings. All of the works come directly from the artists’ studios and are being seen here for the first time.
The exhibition affords the viewer a rare opportunity to see the latest work of seven of today’s most important mid-career artists.
Highlights of the exhibition include a Katharina Fritsch sculpture of a bright orange octopus; two complex new abstract paintings by Terry Winters completed this summer; a Robert Gober sculpture of a sink sprouting contorted children’s legs; new portrait and landscape photographs from Paris and New York by Nan Goldin; a Martin Honert sculpture based on his childhood drawings of toy soldiers; a large-scale painted white relief by Charles Ray of his two nephews; and a photograph of Germany’s largest soccer stadium by Andreas Gursky.