Julian Schnabel (b. 1951, Brooklyn, NY) is one of the most seminal and prolific artists working today. His multidisciplinary practice extends beyond painting to sculpture, film, architecture, and furniture. Guild Hall’s presentation will draw upon Schnabel’s personal collection and activate all gallery spaces and the theater.
This exhibition is organized by Director of Visual Arts, Melanie Crader.
Galleries will be open Thursday to Monday, 12-5 PM through Labor Day, and Friday to Monday, 12-5 PM after 9/2.
Museum admission is always free.
Julian Schnabel(born in Brooklyn, New York, 1951, raised in Brownsville, Texas) has always been a revolutionary voice in painting and all his other creative endeavors. His use of preexisting materials not traditionally used in artmaking, varied painting surfaces, and unconventional modes of construction were pivotal in the reemergence of painting in the United States and beyond since the late 1970s. He invented a new language within painting that paved the way for and influenced a new generation of artists.