Cordy Ryman: REDUX25 Jan - 14 Mar 2020 The Bonnier Gallery is pleased to present Redux , our first solo exhibition by American artist Cordy Ryman. The exhibition will open on Saturday, January 25 th from 6 – 9pm and will be on view through March 14th, 2020. For the past twenty-five years Cordy Ryman’s work has been...
Portraits From The WoodsNorman Reedus 1 Dec 2019 - 11 Jan 2020 'Norman knows how to use the flat surface. He imbues it with the physicality that he knows as an actor, the spatial sense when you’re moving around in that rectangle. The spontaneity of live action next to the STILLness of death, fake, stuffed…real.' —KIM GORDON Norman Reedus is a multi-disciplined...
Lizzie Gill: SWIPE3 Oct - 16 Nov 2019 In the exhibition SWIPE, Lizzie Gill explores how the modern approach to romance has evolved along with technology into the form of online courship. Utilizing images of a bygone era, she finds inspiration by engaging with these images through a 'post-feminist' contemporary societal lens. Highlighting 1950's American romantic imagery, the...
Kathleen Jacobs: AVION3 Oct - 23 Nov 2019 The Bonnier Gallery is pleased to announce Kathleen Jacobs’ debut solo exhibition in Miami entitled “AVION.” The opening reception will be held on October 3, 2019 at 6:30 PM at The Bonnier Gallery. This exhibition of recent oil paintings will be on view through November 23rd in the main gallery...
Post-War: Works on PaperJim Dine, Christian Marclay, Claus Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Cy Twombly, and Andy Warhol 1 Aug - 28 Sep 2019 The Bonnier Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Post-War: Works on Paper featuring artists: Jim Dine, Christian Marclay, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Cy Twombly, and Andy Warhol. The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, Septmber, 14th, 2019. Tom Wayman | PAPER Anything put down on paper becomes...
Word Play: language as medium6 Jun - 20 Jul 2019 WORD PLAY looks at how six contemporary artists have specifically used and questioned how language functions and how meaning is comprehended. They use language as an actual medium—like charcoal and paint, wood and steel—exploring the paradoxes of language. Sometimes their work is telegraphic; other times almost narrative. These artists all...
Mick Rock: A Retrospective30 May - 30 Aug 2019 “I'd photographed musicians before but this was different. . . I realized that rock n' rollers were the modern equivalent of all the poets I was so enamored with.” — Mick Rock The Bonnier Gallery, Inc. is pleased to host renowned photographer, Mick Rock, on Thursday, May 30 th. This...
SymposiumRichard Höglund 18 Apr - 18 May 2019 The Bonnier Gallery is pleased to announce the opening reception for Richard Höglund's solo exhibition entitled Symposium. The reception will be held on Thursday, April 18th at 6:30 pm. 'THE RING OF TRUE METAL' an Artist Talk with Richard Höglund will be held on Wednesday, April 17th at 6:30 pm....
Inauguration31 Jan - 16 Mar 2019 Join The Bonnier Gallery in celebrating the exhibition opening of Inauguration, January 31st 2019 at 6:30PM featuring work by prominent Minimalist and Conceptualist artists:
and Frank Stella.
Inauguration: the commencement of a system or mode of operation. For this exhibit, The Bonnier Gallery integrated the concept of inauguration, a ceremonial event marking the beginning or introduction of a system, policy, or period, with art and artists whose works are characterized by the use of repletion and permutation as well as the systematic exclusion of any individuality of touch.
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Opening Reception29 Nov 2018 - 16 Jan 2019 The Bonnier Gallery Inc. is an international commercial art gallery dealing in primary and secondary market works with a principal focus in minimalist and conceptual art including, though not limited to, painting, photography, sculpture, and mixed media, as well as publications of art and poetry. Through unique exhibitions, American and European art fairs, and scholarly catalogues, we seek to place our artists’ work in a wide range of international private and museum collections. We also seek to promote the visual arts and literary arts in our community by contributing to local educational efforts and providing a public space that fosters a dialogue between artists and poets.