A creative collaboration in celebration of the vibrancy of the street’s arts community, the exhibition shows togetherness. Community is at the heart of a block party – a street celebration where one goes to be entertained, engage in conversation and get to know their neighbours. Today, perhaps more than ever, we collectively feel the need for community. Despite these uncertain times, resilience, creativity and art endure, and The Arts Club’s neighbours embrace this by showing together in this exhibition.
We have taken great care to uphold social distancing guidelines and safety measures throughout the Club and encourage those visiting to also schedule visits with galleries on the street, who have taken careful precautions to reopen with enhanced safety measures in accordance with city guidelines.
Each gallery will showcase an artwork from its roster of artists including:
Mother’s Day, 2015
Sprüth Magers and Matthew Marks Gallery
Clothes I Wore #13, 2019 & Clothes I Wore #21, 2019
RICH KID BLUES, 2018
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Splendor in Core, 2012
Gazelli Art House
1966 Cardi Gallery
Galerie Max Hetzler
Wreaths to Pleasure, 1992-1993
Concetto Spaziale, 1960
Paolo Scheggi Curved Intersurface from Red, 1962& Curved Intersurface from Blue, 1966
Robilant + Voena
Over the course of the summer we will be introducing each of the participating galleries and artists on our Instagram. Follow The Arts Club to learn more about the exhibition over the coming weeks.
This exhibition is curated by Amelie von Wedel, Pernilla Holmes and Jessica Ziskind of Wedel Art, with special thanks to all of the outstanding galleries for their participation.