WORKS ON PAPER FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION
Copresented by Acquavella, Gagosian, and Pace
Join us for a joint exhibition of works on paper from the esteemed Donald B. Marron Collection, belonging to one of the twentieth and twenty-first century’s most passionate and erudite collectors.
Featuring almost forty works on paper spanning sketches and studies to fully realized paint and pastel pieces, this intimate presentation offers a glimpse into the coveted Marron estate of over three hundred masterworks acquired over the course of six decades.
Works on view range from early modern masterpieces by Henri Matisse, Raoul Dufy, and Fernand Léger; to nature studies by Ellsworth Kelly and an exemplary acrylic from Paul Thek’s final series; to contemporary pieces by Mamma Andersson, Leonardo Drew, Damien Hirst, Jasper Johns, and Brice Marden, among others. The exhibition will also feature a focused presentation on Ed Ruscha’s typographic and image-based drawings, as well as a selection of his inventive artist books.