Mnuchin Gallery is holding a show based upon David Ekserdjian’s Bronze held at the Royal Academy in London in 2012. This version is focused on the 20th Century but no less compelling with a chance to see some exquisite works by Arp, Bourgeois, Calder, de Kooning, Johns, Koons, Laurens, Matisse, Miró, Moore, Naumann, Picasso, Richier, and Smith:
“When we saw the show Bronze at the Royal Academy in London two years ago, we were struck by the breadth of inventiveness and the range of visual effects at play in the five centuries of bronze objects that the show brought together. When we learned the exhibition would not be traveling outside London, we decided that the experience of Bronze was one that New York audiences simply should not miss,” states Owner Robert Mnuchin.
“From the outset, we decided to deepen our investigation into the twentieth century, when bronze was subject to tremendous transformation,” states Partner Sukanya Rajaratnam. “And in the process we made discoveries that suggested how time and time again, this most traditional medium was used in the advancement of modernity.”
To see the Royal Academy version of Bronze, click on the image below: