Julian Schnabel


Julian Schnabel vs. Death At PACE LA

“All art is optimistic because it contains a denial of death” —-Julian Schnabel. Recently, Pace Gallery celebrated the opening of their new Los Angeles flagship outpost, a partnership with Kayne Griffin, in their 15,000 square foot space on South La Brea, a former 1940s auto showroom whose building is now ivy-covered. The opening exhibition, “For Esmé – with Love and Squalor” presents 13 recent paintings on velvet by Julian Schnabel as well as a large sculpture in the gallery courtyard on which the name ‘Esmé’ is written.
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Self-Portraits of Others with Julian Schnabel (CTLE credits available)

Open to: All Full-time Grades Pre K-12 Classroom Teachers. Opportunity at a Glance: Surrounded by his most recent work, the artist Julian Schnabel will discuss his creative process and career in relation to Self-Portraits of Others, his solo exhibition currently at the Brant Foundation. Created between 2018–2020, the series explores the evolution of Schnabel’s artistic practice while making At Eternity’s Gate, a film about the life of Vincent van Gogh.