New large-scale paintings by Alex Katz capture impressions of fall in all its radiant glory.

For his new series painted in 2022 and 2023, American artist Alex Katz pushes his palette to an intense range of high-key blues, deep reds and pinks, and golden yellows to most fully express the color of the changing season. Autumn follows the eponymous exhibition at Gray Gallery in Chicago: Katz’s 10th solo exhibition at this venue and his first exhibition of large-scale landscapes since 2018. The increasingly abstract new compositions are anchored by strong black paint strokes, contrasting the architecture of the tree branches against the brilliantly hued leaves and sky. Other works in the exhibition, from the related series Field’s End and Tree Top, offer more subtle landscapes in muted greens, yellows and grays. This catalog includes color plates of all these works, and opens with a new poem by the artist’s son Vincent Katz.
Alex Katz (born 1927) was born in Brooklyn, New York. He studied at the Cooper Union, New York and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. His work has been the subject of more than 250 solo exhibitions and 500 group exhibitions since 1951 and can be found in over 100 public collections worldwide.

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  • Date d'édition

    février 2024

  • Taille

    18.2 x 22.8 cm

  • Éditeur

    Dap Artbook

  • Poids

    598 gr

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