Textura

presented by Colnaghi and Ben Brown Fine Arts
3rd May 2018 - 23rd May 2018
An exhibition showcasing Old Masters alongside the works of Antoni Tàpies and Miguel Barceló
Colnaghi and Ben Brown Fine Arts present Textura, an exhibition celebrating texture and materiality in art which brings together paintings, sculptures from the ancient and modern worlds. Including rediscovered and rarely seen works by Old Masters including Luca Giordano, Jusepe Ribera and Pedro de Mena, the exhibition will show classical works together with modern masterpieces by two artists strongly influenced by texture, religion and historic art: Antoni Tàpies and Miquel Barceló. The exhibition will run from 3 to 23 May at Colnaghi’s recently opened townhouse space at 38 East 70th Street in New York.

Artworks

Pedro de Mena y Medrano Ecce Homo and Virgin Dolorosa, ca.1680-88
Miquel Barceló En Fonds Sableux, 2004
Antoni Tàpies Painting No. LXXXIV, 1958
Antoni Tàpies Pink Painting. No. XLIX, 1957
Miquel Barceló Pinocchio Mort, 1998
Anonymous Portrait head of a Man
Pedro de Mena y Medrano (Granada, 1628 - Malaga, 1688) Saint Francis of Assisi
Doménikos Theotokópoulos, called El Greco (Crete 1541-1614 Toledo) Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata
Alonso de Escobar, also known as the Master of the Stirling-Maxwell Collection Toledo, fl. circa 1602 – 1637 Still Life with pears, jay, grouse, starling, rooster and woodpecker
Arent Van Bolten, the Master AVB (Zwolle ca. 1580 - Leeuwaarden ca. 1633) The Flagellation of Christ
Julio Romero de Torres (Córdoba 1874 - 1930) The Two Paths, 1911-1912
Antoni Tàpies Tot Marró Amb Relleu, 1961