his summer, Camden Arts Centre will present the first institutional exhibition in the UK of Elizabeth MurrayRead More
A new Anderson Collection exhibit looks back on an
artist unconstrained by the frame.
Elizabeth Murray’s work expands the definition of painting and challenges its conventions. This installation at the Anderson Collection focuses on large-scale shaped, multipart canvases and related works on paper composed of dynamic forms in striking color, both from within and outside of the museum’s collection.Read More
Featuring more than ninety works from the museum’s permanent collection as well as several loans, Approaching Landscape considers how artists depict natural, built, and imaginary environments as ways to explore the complex relationships humans have with the places they choose to inhabit.Read More
Taking place across Victoria Miro's London galleries, this international, cross-generational exhibition is a celebration of women artists who have shaped and transformed, and continue to influence and expand, the language and definition of abstract painting.Read More
Artforum: The twenty-five works in “Elizabeth Murray: Painting in the ‘80s” made it absolutely clear why she became one of the leading American paintings of that decade, even though her work—no more neo-expressionist than neo-geo—didn’t really fit in which anything else going on.
Pace Gallery is pleased to present its ninth exhibition since 1996 devoted to the work of Elizabeth Murray. The exhibition draws together sixteen paintings created by the artist in the 1980s, including loans from the Colby College Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.Read More
On view are twelve drawings for paintings dating from single decade (1987-1995) of Elizabeth Murray’s illustrious career. This exhibition coincides with a major exhibition of paintings Elizabeth Murray: Painting in the ‘80s on view at Pace (510 W25th Street, NYC) through January 13, 2018.Read More
On view at the Met, this installation borrows its title from the series of drawings rendered by Donald Moffett on paper pierced with a bullet shot by his friend Robert Beck. Exhibition includes works by Alice Aycock, Lynda Benglis, and Elizabeth Murray among others.Read More
Two drawing by Elizabeth Murray are featured in this summer group exhibition at Richard Telles Fine Art in Beverly Hills. Exhibition also includes work by Carroll Dunham, Victor Estrada, and Sterling Ruby.Read More