in

Galerie Lelong Conversations: Leonardo Drew with Mary Sabbatino

Leonardo Drew in his studio, 2016. Photography: Maki Kawakita.

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to announce an upcoming dialogue between the artist Leonardo Drew and Mary Sabbatino for “Galerie Lelong Conversations,” a series of talks that present an inside look into how an exhibition is developed.

Leonardo Drew in his studio, 2016. Photography: Maki Kawakita.
Leonardo Drew in his studio, 2016. Photography: Maki Kawakita.

Joining us from his studio in Brooklyn, viewers will get to see a preview of the artist’s newest projects; including the materials and processes he is currently engaging with. Drew and Sabbatino will also discuss his first outdoor installation, City in the Grass, which was commisioned by Madison Square Park Conservancy in 2019. The work is currently on view at the North Carolina Museum of Art and will travel to the Mississippi Museum of Art.

2:00pm – 3:00pm (EST)

Subscribe to Martin Cid Magazine Newsletter

Galerie Lelong Conversations: Leonardo Drew with Mary Sabbatino - Martin Cid Magazine

Joining us from his studio in Brooklyn, viewers will get to see a preview of the artist's newest projects; including the materials and processes he is

Event Type: Event

Event Attendance Mode: https://schema.org/OfflineEventAttendanceMode

Event Status: EventScheduled

Performer: Organization

Performer Name: GALERIE LELONG & CO.

Performer URL: https://www.galerielelong.com/

Start Date: 2020-09-02 14:00

End Date: 2020-09-02 15:00

Availability Starts: 2020-09-02T14:00

What do you think?

232 points
Upvote Downvote
Advocate

Written by Martin Cid

Novelist author of 13 books. Chief editor of this site

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Doorman (2020)

Trailer The Doorman (2020). Starring Ruby Rose and Jean Reno

After making landfall near Cameron, Louisiana, as a category 4 storm, Hurricane Laura continued to move northward over western Louisiana. The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on NOAA-20 acquired this image of Hurricane Laura at 2:50 a.m. Central Daylight Time on August 27, 2020, about two hours after the storm made landfall. Clouds are shown in infrared using brightness temperature data, which is useful for distinguishing cooler cloud structures from the warmer surface below. That data is overlaid on composite imagery of city lights from NASA’s Black Marble dataset. Credits: NASA's Earth Observatory

NASA Aids Disaster Response to Hurricane Laura