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Jonas Wood

Friday, April 26, 2019, 6–7pm
Gagosian, West 24th Street, New York

Join Jonas Wood for a signing of his latest book, published on the occasion of his exhibition at Gagosian, West 24th Street, New York. The softcover catalogue features full-color reproductions of thirty new paintings and works on paper that range from his familiar and beloved pots to his most recent series of architectural interiors and exteriors.

Jonas Wood, Young Architect, 2019 © Jonas Wood

Jonas Wood, Young Architect, 2019 © Jonas Wood

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Clippings (New York: Gagosian; New York: Karma, 2015)

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Jonas Wood is the 2017 TWO × TWO honoree and will receive the amfAR Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight Against AIDS in recognition of his generous support of amfAR. TWO × TWO for AIDS and Art is an annual contemporary art auction held in Dallas to benefit the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research. The award presentation will take place on October 29, 2017.

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