Mnuchin Gallery looks forward to seeing you in London at Frieze Masters at booth C5. Featured artists include:
Willem de Kooning
The Art Newspaper
From ancient ritual objects to contemporary photographs, here is a snapshot of what people have bought at Frieze London and Frieze Masters.
The New York Times
LONDON — The art dealer Robert Mnuchin was testing his theory of parallels between the painter Willem de Kooning and the sculptor John Chamberlain by juxtaposing their work in his booth at Frieze Masters, the major art fair that opened here this week.
New York-based Mnuchin Gallery brought a range of modern works, including Willem De Kooning‘s Untitled XII (1986), a beautiful Giacometti drawing installed on the outside of the booth, a kinetic sculpture by Alexander Calder titled Red-Eyed Dragon (1950), plus a lovely, although tiny, untitled drawing by Agnes Martin done in 1961.
Exhibiting a selection of female artists including Bridget Riley and Ruth Asawa, as well as a presentation of works by John Chamberlain and Willem de Kooning, New York’s Mnuchin Gallery will be occupying booth C5 at Frieze Masters. The fair runs from October 6-9 in Regent’s Park, London.