Desire

Moore Building Miami
LARRY GAGOSIAN AND JEFFREY DEITCH PRESENT
Desire
Curated by Diana Widmaier-Picasso
November 30th to December 4th.2016
Nov 30th – Dec 3rd: 10am–8pm
Dec 4th: 10am–6pm
Exhibition Miami:  November 30th – December 4th, 2016
Miami, 191 NE 40th Street Moore Building
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EDWARD RUSCHA Desire, 2013, Acrylic on canvas / 50 x 80 inches / 127 x 203.2 cm (unframed) ©Ed Ruscha. Courtesy Gagosian.
Photography by Benjamin Lee Ritchie Handler.
 

On the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach,

Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch present
“Desire,” an exhibition curated by Diana Widmaier-Picasso,
at the Moore Building, Miami Design District, Miami, Florida.
On view November 30 through December 4, 2016

“Desire” explores modern and contemporary approaches to eroticism in art. One of the very earliest and most fundamental artistic themes, eroticism has served to reflect the social mores and cultural values of different civilizations. As the representation of eroticism has evolved in society, boundaries are tested, bringing to life artistic fantasies and unprecedented imagery. Eroticism reinvents itself with every subsequent generation. Today, for example, the promiscuous overexposure of nude bodies on the Internet and television has forever altered the very notion of erotic representation.

Eroticism fuses together opposing and complementary concepts: form and feeling, spirit and body, intellect and emotion. It is at once the most accessible and most challenging subject in art. Its portrayal can be theoretical, abstract, romantic, carnal, or all of these combined. It may be infused with humor, anxiety, or terror. It can be subtle or brash, creating tension between artist, subject and viewer. In modern and contemporary art, eroticism often elicits feelings of unease, in the navigation between the male and female gazes, and between voyeurism and self-exposure. Sometimes, the art that explores eroticism in the least expected way possesses the strongest erotic charge.

“Desire” features the work of more than fifty artists from modern masters such as Pablo Picasso and Balthus to emerging talents. Joe Coleman, Gaspar Noé, and Tschabalala Self are among those who have created new works specifically for this exhibition. In addition to painting, sculpture, and photography, video installations by Harmony Korine and Jordan Wolfson will be featured.

Artists exhibited include:

Nobuyoshi Araki pascALEjandro Jodorowsky Diego Rivera
Balthus Allen Jones Walter Robinson
Vanessa Beecroft Jeff Koons Ed Ruscha
Hans Bellmer Harmony Korine David Salle
Cecily Brown Deana Lawson Jenny Saville
Joe Coleman Roy Lichtenstein Kenny Scharf
William N. Copley Man Ray Tschabalala Self
R. Crumb Malerie Marder Hajime Sorayama
John Currin Marilyn Minter Eric Stanton
John DeAndrea Pierre Molinier Juergen Teller
Urs Fischer & Georg Herold Carlo Mollino Tom of Finland
Eric Fischl Helmut Newton Andy Warhol
Nan Goldin Gaspar Noé John Wesley
Keith Haring Eddie Peake Jordan Wolfson
Barkley L. Hendricks Francis Picabia Martin Wong
Noritoshi Hirakawa Pablo Picasso Francesca Woodman
Alex Israel & Bret Easton Ellis Richard Prince Harumi Yamaguchi

Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch have been colleagues since 1979, working with many of the same artists. “Desire” is their second joint exhibition project, following the influential “Unrealism” show in the same space last year.

Gagosian was established by Larry Gagosian in 1980. In May of this year a sixteenth gallery was inaugurated in San Francisco.

“OVERPOP,” curated by Jeffrey Deitch, is currently on view at the Yuz Museum, Shanghai.

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