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Barry Flanagan extended in the Kasmin Sculpture Garden

Kasmin is delighted to announce the extension of Barry Flanagan in the Kasmin Sculpture Garden, an exhibition of three large-scale bronze sculptures by the Welsh sculptor that presents significant examples of the artist’s later work. Featuring his signature motif of the hare, the works are situated on the roof of the gallery’s 509 West 27th Street space and on view from The High Line at 28th Street. The works will now be on view through April 2021. Reserve your free, timed-entry pass to The High Line here.

To celebrate the announcement, Dr Jo Melvin, Director of the Estate of Barry Flanagan, will lead a panel discussion on the artist's life and work on December 8, 1pm ET. The gallery will also be screening three of Flanagan's film works from December 8–13, 2020 on Vimeo showcase. For more information on both of these digital events, visit our News page. 

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How to visit Kasmin

November 13, 2020

Kasmin's gallery spaces are open to the public with a limited number of visitors allowed into the exhibition spaces at a time, in accordance with city guidelines. Advance appointments are recommended but not required.

Visitors are currently able to book reservations to see Matisse in Black and White (November 12–December 19, 2020) and Ian Davenport: Sequence (Opening November 20, 2020). Additional details on these exhibitions, as well as links to our booking system, can be found by clicking the 'Read More' link below.

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Announcing Representation of George Rickey

Kasmin is honored to announce exclusive worldwide representation of the work of American sculptor George Rickey (1907–2002). In Fall 2021, the gallery will present two concurrent exhibitions of work by Rickey, beginning with a major offsite installation of nine monumental kinetic sculptures on Park Avenue, as part of an ongoing program presented by The Sculpture Committee of The Fund for Park Avenue and NYC Parks' Art in the Parks program. Concurrently, three large-scale works will be exhibited in the Kasmin Sculpture Garden, on view from The High Line at 28th Street. Together these exhibitions will constitute the largest show of monumental sculpture by Rickey since the artist’s retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, in 1979.

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