Peter Saul: Murder in the Kitchen, Early Works, features paintings and works on paper created from 1959 to 1966. The exhibition charts the artist’s development as he emerges as one of the most original voices in 20th century American painting.
For over fifty years, Peter Saul (b. 1934, San Francisco, CA) has been one of America’s boldest and most iconoclastic painters.
Marking the artist’s first New York museum survey, this exhibition at New Museum will bring together approximately sixty paintings from across his long career.
The Dot Project’s last show explored the use of digital technology as a medium for Contemporary Artists. Now the Gallery is reflecting on a more traditional material, and the basis of art practice: Paper.
Pop, Funk, and Anti-Heroes: The Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt Presents The Idiosyncratic Painting of Peter Saul in a major survey exhibition.
Erik Parker and KAWS. This is the first time that the two artists have collaborated to organize an exhibition. Pretty… Read More
Haunch of Venison Gallery is pleased to announce a survey exhibition of paintings by Peter Saul curated by Chris Byrne… Read More
Image:Peter Saul Sickroom 1964 Oil on canvas 50.5 x 59 in 128.3 x 149.9 cm 1 If you weren’t an… Read More
The exhibition The New Yorkers at V1 Gallery is equally difficult to map out. Quirky installations mixed with classical painting. Sprouts shoot up next to legends. Aesthetes hang out with rebels. The refined photograph with the crude posca pen. And surreal systems runs along coordinated chaos.