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Thomsen Gallery at the Armory Show

September 7, 2021

Minol Araki (1928-2010), Reflected Rainbow, 1977, Ink and colors on paper, 16¼ x 73 inches (41 x 185.5 cm), courtesy of Thomsen Gallery.

Thomsen Gallery at the Armory Show
September 9 - 12
Javits Center, New York

Thomsen Gallery is pleased to participate again in The Armory Show, which this year takes place at the New York Javits Center.

Thomsen Gallery is pleased to participate again in The Armory Show, which this year takes place at the New York Javits Center. Our exhibition in Booth 219 focuses on works by three leading post-war and contemporary Japanese artists: Minol Araki (1928–2010), whose landscapes evoke the world of the Chinese scholar-artist; Shigeki Kitani (1928–2009), a member of the avant-garde Gutai group, whose canvases combine rugged materiality with wistful lyricism; and Sueharu Fukami (b. 1947), whose elegant, curvilinear porcelain sculptures have earned him an unmatched global following.

Exhibition hours:
Thursday, September 9: VIP Preview Day
Friday, September 10: 12–8pm
Saturday, September 11: 12–8pm
Sunday, September 12: 12–7pm

For more information, click here.