july, 2020

06julAll Day31Jack Whitten | Transitional Space . A Drawing Survey

Event Details

Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present the first major survey of Jack Whitten’s works on paper, spanning the artist’s six decade career. Jack Whitten (1939 – 2018) made it his mission to disrupt the discipline of art history through experiments with material, process, and technique. He effectively constructed a bridge between gestural abstraction and process art, constantly working toward a nuanced language of painting that employs deeply personal expression. Whitten was also a prolific and powerful draughtsman. The unique body of works on view at Hauser & Wirth testifies to the immensity of his commitment to drawing as a means to make manifest his ideas and advance his methods.

Jack Whitten. Transitional Space. A Drawing Survey spotlights the artist’s playfulness and improvisational skill in searching for his own special visual language. Paper was more than an effective medium for Whitten; for him, working on paper was akin to scientific research. With an aesthetic hypothesis in mind, he worked tirelessly on paper to both subvert and elevate the history of art and how best to represent the many layers of information packed inside his imagination

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Time

july 6 (Monday) - 31 (Friday)

Location

Hauser & Wirth

32 East 69th Street, New York 10021

Organizer

Hauser & Wirth 32 East 69th Street, New York 10021

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