White Cube in Miami and West Palm Beach
6 December - 10 December 2023
White Cube returns to Miami with a group presentation at the fair, which brings together important works by Richard Hunt and Lynne Drexler, two newly represented American artists, alongside painting and sculpture by David Hammons, Robert Irwin, Julie Mehretu, Ed Ruscha, Park Seo-Bo and Danh Vo, among others.
At White Cube West Palm Beach, the gallery will also show an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by British artist and writer Harland Miller on 30 November 2023. After living and exhibiting in New York, Berlin and New Orleans during the ’80s and ’90s, Miller achieved critical acclaim with his debut novel, Slow Down Arthur, Stick to Thirty (2000). Produced in his studio in the Norfolk countryside throughout 2023, the artist’s latest works inhabit a space between textual and visual narrative, addressing attendant challenges of love and human psychology, as well as the passage of time.
At Art Basel Miami Beach 2023, White Cube’s booth highlights include the major Richard Hunt sculpture Years of Pilgrimage (1999) the culmination of the artist’s ‘Plow Series’ which began in 1972. An homage to his grandfather’s sharecropping days in rural Georgia, the work was created by welding found steel tubing, continuing in the lineage of Julio Gonzalez and David Smith of sculpture as a ‘drawing in space’, while also recalling Alberto Giacometti’s The Chariot. Richard Hunt will have his debut solo exhibition at White Cube New York in spring 2024.
In addition, the late Lynne Drexler’s abstract oil on canvas Maui Melody (1968) will go on show at the booth, prior to the artist’s debut solo exhibitions at White Cube Mason’s Yard, London and White Cube Hong Kong in November 2024.
Ahead of Julie Mehretu’s major solo presentation at Palazzo Grassi in Venice in March 2024, the four-part painting Myriads, Only By Dark (unfolded body map, mathematics of droves, indigine, origin) (2014) will also go on show, alongside Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s Light of the Lit Wick (2017).
Other notable works include Robert Irwin’s Black Panting (2015), in which two highly reflective squares create a mirror image of the viewer and the surrounding space; and a key 1975 work by Park Seo-Bo.
Find out more about Harland Miller's exhibition All Night Meteorite at White Cube West Palm Beach.
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