1. Room by Room: Concepts, Themes, and Artists in The Rachofsky Collection

    Spanning a range of artistic media, geographies, and eras, Room by Room highlights recent acquisitions and works from The Rachofsky Collection that have never been on view at The Warehouse. Each gallery focuses on a single artist or artwork, or a theme explored in depth in the collection. The first gallery is dedicated to ceramics and vessels, organized around a sculptural installation by experimental ceramicist Rebecca Manson. As the collection has evolved in recent years, Surrealist-influenced works and figurative painting – seen in artists such as Julie Curtiss, Asuka Anastacia Ogawa, and María Berrío – have become increasingly important and build on the psychological and identity-based work that is foundational to the collection. Recent acquisitions of a Dan Flavin fluorescent light work, a Carol Bove sculpture, a wall-based John McCracken work, and a recent Anish Kapoor black sculpture continue the collections dedication to exploring the aesthetic of global minimalism. Individual galleries are dedicated to Cecily Brown, Nigel Cooke, Sarah Meyohas, Andro Wekua, and Robert Rauschenberg, as well as installations by Alex Israel and Guy Ben-Ner.

    September 1 - November 25, 2023

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