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Kasmin’s New York gallery space.
Photo: ROLAND HALBE;

Kasmin

The gallery is providing works by Judith Bernstein, Bernar Venet, Saint Clair Cemin, and James Nares to the show house

Founded by the late art dealer Paul Kasmin in 1989, Kasmin has been cultivating a rigorous exhibition program for the past 30 years. Now encompassing three gallery spaces, Kasmin represents 20th-century masters, including Constantin Brâncusi, Max Ernst, Lee Krasner, and Robert Motherwell, as well as Les Lalanne’s Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, having mounted their first-ever U.S. presentation.

Also represented by the gallery are some of today’s most interesting contemporary artists, including Tina Barney, Walton Ford, James Nares, Roxy Paine, Elliott Puckette, Mark Ryden, Bosco Sodi, and Bernar Venet.

 

 

Judith Bernstein, Liberty, 1995. Photo: COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND KASMIN

Kasmin’s New York flagship, designed by studioMDA, features a rooftop sculpture garden overlooking the High Line, representing a first-of-its-kind model for publicly sited works. In addition to the monumental sculptures of American artist Alma Allen, on view now through August 26, the gallery is hosting a group show dedicated to contemporary Canadian artists, including buzzworthy talents Chloe Wise, Matthew Wong, Wanda Koop, and Anna Weyant, as well as a collection of works made in Havana by Stuart Davis.

Artists at the Galerie House of Art and Design: Judith Bernstein, Bernar Venet, Saint Clair Cemin, James Nares.

The Galerie House of Art and Design will kick off with a VIP event on August 5, with public viewings taking place from August 7 through September 6. Click here to view the full list of participating galleries and artists. Purchase tickets here. 

Cover: Kasmin’s New York gallery space.
Photo: ROLAND HALBE;

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