Paulina Olowska: Squelchy Garden Mules and Mamunas

22 Nov 2023-6 Jan 2024



Artists represented

Richard Avedon

American, 1923-2004

Jo Baer

American, b. 1929

Jules de Balincourt

French, b. 1972

Yto Barrada

Moroccan, b. 1971

Lynda Benglis

American, b. 1941

Hai Bo

David Byrne

American, b. 1952

Alexander Calder

American, 1898-1976

Harry Callahan

American, 1912-1999

William Christenberry

American, 1936-2016

Christo and Jeanne-Claude

b. 1935

Chuck Close

American, b. 1940

Nigel Cooke

British, b. 1973

Mary Corse

American, b. 1945

Keith Coventry

British, b. 1958

Willem De Kooning

American, 1904-1997

Song Dong

Tara Donovan

American, b. 1969


Dutch, b. 2007

Nathalie Du Pasquier

French, b. 1957

Jean Dubuffet

French, 1901-1985

Torkwase Dyson

Latifa Echakhch

Moroccan, b. 1974

Tim Eitel

b. 1971

Elmgreen & Dragset

b. 1995

Robert Frank

American, 1924-2019

John Gerrard

Irish, b. 1974

Sam Gilliam

American, b. 1933

David Goldblatt

South African, 1930-2018

Sonia Gomes

Brazilian, b. 1948

Adolph Gottlieb

American, 1903-1974

Emmet Gowin

American, b. 1941

Paul Graham

British, b. 1956

Kevin Francis Gray

Irish, b. 1972

Tim Hawkinson

American, b. 1960

Loie Hollowell

Hao Hong

Chinese, b. 1965

Zhang Huan

Robert Irwin

American, b. 1928

Alfred Jensen

b. 1800

Sui Jianguo

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov

b. 1800

Glenn Kaino

American, b. 1972

Nina Katchadourian

American, b. 1968

Jeff Koons

American, b. 1954

Josef Koudelka

Czech, b. 1938

Richard Learoyd

British, b. 1966

Songsong Li

Chinese, b. 1973

Maya Lin

American, b. 1959

Jianhua Liu

Chinese, b. 1962

Damian Loeb

American, b. 1969

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

Mexican, b. 1967

Robert Mangold

American, b. 1937

Agnes Martin

American, 1912-2004

Roberto Matta

Chilean, 1911-2002

Prabhavathi Meppayil

Beatriz Milhazes

Brazilian, b. 1960

Richard Misrach

American, b. 1949

William Monk

b. 1977

Yoshitomo Nara

Japanese, b. 1959

Robert Nava

Kohei Nawa

Louise Nevelson

American, 1899-1988

Carsten Nicolai

b. 1965

Isamu Noguchi

American, 1904-1988

Kenneth Noland

American, 1924-2010

Thomas Nozkowski

American, 1944-2019

Trevor Paglen

American, b. 1974

Adam Pendleton

American, b. 1984

Irving Penn

American, 1917-2009

Marina Perez Simão

Pablo Picasso

Spaniard, Spanish citizen, 1881-1973

Richard Pousette-Dart

American, 1916-1992

Xiaofei Qiu

Chinese, b. 1977


French, b. 1983

Random International

British, b. 2005

Mark Rothko

American, 1903-1970

Paolo Roversi

Italian, 1947-2019

Michal Rovner

Israeli, b. 1957

Lucas Samaras

American, b. 1936

Julian Schnabel

American, b. 1951

Joel Shapiro

American, b. 1941

Arlene Shechet

American, b. 1951

James Siena

American, b. 1957

Kiki Smith

American, b. 1954

Tony Smith

American, 1912-1980

Keith Sonnier

American, 1941-2020

Saul Steinberg

American, 1914-1999

Acconci Studio


Antoni Tàpies

Spaniard, Spanish citizen, 1923-2012

. teamLab

b. 2001

James Turrell

American, b. 1941

Richard Tuttle

American, b. 1941

Lee Ufan

South Korean, b. 1936

Oldenburg/ van Bruggen

JoAnn Verburg

American, b. 1950

Leo Villareal

American, b. 1967

Brent Wadden

Guangle Wang

Chinese, b. 1976

Robert Whitman

American, b. 1935

Fred Wilson

American, b. 1954

Yin Xiuzhen

Mao Yan

Chinese, b. 1968

Xiao Yu

Chinese, b. 1965

Minjun Yue

Chinese, b. 1962

Xiaogang Zhang

Chinese, b. 1958


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