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Julian Schnabel

Big Girl Paintings

March 14–April 20, 2002
West 24th Street, New York

Julian Schnabel, Untitled (Girl with no eyes), 2001 Oil and wax on canvas in artist's frame, 122 × 110 ½ inches (309.9 × 280.7 cm)

Julian Schnabel, Untitled (Girl with no eyes), 2001

Oil and wax on canvas in artist's frame, 122 × 110 ½ inches (309.9 × 280.7 cm)

Julian Schnabel, Untitled (Girl with no eyes), 2001 Oil and wax on canvas in artist's frame, 122 × 110 ½ inches (309.9 × 280.7 cm)

Julian Schnabel, Untitled (Girl with no eyes), 2001

Oil and wax on canvas in artist's frame, 122 × 110 ½ inches (309.9 × 280.7 cm)

Julian Schnabel, Large Girl with No Eyes, 2001 Oil and wax on canvas, 162 × 148 inches (411.5 × 375.9 cm)

Julian Schnabel, Large Girl with No Eyes, 2001

Oil and wax on canvas, 162 × 148 inches (411.5 × 375.9 cm)

Julian Schnabel, Last Girl, 2001 Oil and wax on canvas, 162 × 148 inches (411.5 × 375.9 cm)

Julian Schnabel, Last Girl, 2001

Oil and wax on canvas, 162 × 148 inches (411.5 × 375.9 cm)

About

New York Reception for the artist: Thursday, March 14, 2002 6 – 8pm

Beverly Hills Reception for the artist: Thursday, March 21, 2002 6 – 8pm

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of thirteen new paintings by Julian Schnabel.

In 1987, Schnabel visited a thrift store where he acquired several small paintings; one in particular stuck in the artist's mind—a painting depicting a "classic" American female youth: blonde, cute, clean-cut. In 2001, this painting would become the foundation for Schnabel's new body of work.

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