GENEVA.- Marianne Boesky Gallery
will be launching a pop-up exhibition in collaboration with Simon Studer Art in Geneva, Switzerland, for two weeks from November 1027, 2021. Marianne Boeskys presentation will take over a gallery of Simon Studer Arts permanent space, highlighting a diverse range of works by the gallerys program of artists. Notably, this project marks the gallerys first short-term exhibition in Europe and is part of an ongoing initiative to amplify its international reach through collaborative projects with galleries and organizations across the United States and globally.
The Geneva pop-up exhibition is spearheaded by Marianne Boesky Gallerys Geneva-based Director, Katie Kennedy Perez. The presentation will feature works by artists Ghada Amer, Sanford Biggers, Allison Janae Hamilton, The Haas Brothers, Donald Moffett, Serge Alain Nitegeka, Frank Stella, Michaela Yearwood Dan, and more. Alongside the gallerys presentation, Simon Studer will feature a selection of Post War and contemporary artworks.
We were honored to be invited to present an exhibition in Geneva with Simon Studer, who is such a well-respected and established presence in Europe, said Marianne Boesky, founder of Marianne Boesky Gallery. Over the past year, we have worked to introduce initiatives that bring our artists a diversity of opportunities, particularly emphasizing collaboration to expand upon the traditional models of presenting art. Were thrilled to collaborate with Simon Studer Art and connect with new audiences and collectors in Geneva.
"We are thrilled to collaborate for the first time with renowned Marianne Boesky from New York. The team of Simon Studer Art is very much looking forward to this qualitative collaboration, said Simon Studer, Founder of Simon Studer Art. We shall confront, in separate spaces, the works brought by Marianne Boesky Gallery from New York with selected works by Antonio Saura, Gustav Klimt, Agustín Cárdenas, Simon Hantaï, JR, Roni Horn, Fernand Léger, and Yoko Ono to mention only but a few. We hope that our respective audiences will be surprised by the dynamism of the artistic correspondences created together."