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Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Basel Miami Beach, December 6 - 9, Booth A7. A selection of gallery artists will be exhibited including David LaChapelle, Deborah Kass, Kenny Scharf, Iván Navarro, Makoto Saito, and Saint Clair Cemin. David LaChapelle Still Life is currently on view at both gallery locations, November 26, 2012 - January 19, 2013. In addition to presenting in Art Public and Impenetrables for Art Kabinett at Art Basel Miami Beach, Iván Navarro: Fluorescent Light Sculptures will be on display at the Frost Art Museum in Miami, November 17, 2012 - January 13, 2013. Makoto Saito recently opened his first exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery, Face to Face / Composition. Deborah Kass's major mid-career retrospective, Before and Happily Ever After, at The Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh will be on display October 27 - January 6, 2013. Deborah Kass My Elvis, an exhibition of her historic yentl series will be on view at 515 West 27th Street January 31- March 2, 2013. Kenny Scharf will present an exhibition of new works at Paul Kasmin Gallery in April 2013. Saint Clair Cemin on Broadway, an exhibition of seven outdoor sculptures, is on display on Broadway between W. 57th Street Pedestrian Plaza and W. 157th Street until mid-November. The gallery will also display a selection of works by Mattia Bonetti, Walton Ford, Nir Hod, Les Lalanne, James Nares, Erik Parker, Mark Ryden, Will Ryman and Andy Warhol.

As part of Art Kabinett, Iván Navarro will present an installation of five new works, including a large site-specific installation, entitled Impenetrables. The floor installation Impenetrables achieves an illusion of plunging depth, especially when a ladder descending into the ground is perceived. As Julia Herzberg wrote: "In 2004 when Navarro was elaborating the series of “electric chairs,” he also became intrigued with the possibilities of creating fictional spaces that would appear as cuts through walls or floors. Behind Navarro’s investigation was Gordon Matta-Clark’s cuts or splits in abandoned buildings where the American artist (1943–1978) created openings that changed the relationship of the viewer to the architectural space. Interested in similar perceptual possibilities, Navarro constructed Impenetrables, which is the most recent in his series of fictional spaces. The artist placed a mirror at the bottom of the sculpture’s base, fluorescent lights above the mirror, and a one-way mirror on top of the lights to create an endless reflection."

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Basel Miami Beach, December 6 - 9, Booth A7. A selection of gallery artists will be exhibited including David LaChapelle, Deborah Kass, Kenny Scharf, Iván Navarro, Makoto Saito, and Saint Clair Cemin. David LaChapelle Still Life is currently on view at both gallery locations, November 26, 2012 - January 19, 2013. In addition to presenting in Art Public and Impenetrables for Art Kabinett at Art Basel Miami Beach, Iván Navarro: Fluorescent Light Sculptures will be on display at the Frost Art Museum in Miami, November 17, 2012 - January 13, 2013. Makoto Saito recently opened his first exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery, Face to Face / Composition. Deborah Kass's major mid-career retrospective, Before and Happily Ever After, at The Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh will be on display October 27 - January 6, 2013. Deborah Kass My Elvis, an exhibition of her historic yentl series will be on view at 515 West 27th Street January 31- March 2, 2013. Kenny Scharf will present an exhibition of new works at Paul Kasmin Gallery in April 2013. Saint Clair Cemin on Broadway, an exhibition of seven outdoor sculptures, is on display on Broadway between W. 57th Street Pedestrian Plaza and W. 157th Street until mid-November. The gallery will also display a selection of works by Mattia Bonetti, Walton Ford, Nir Hod, Les Lalanne, James Nares, Erik Parker, Mark Ryden, Will Ryman and Andy Warhol.

As part of Art Kabinett, Iván Navarro will present an installation of five new works, including a large site-specific installation, entitled Impenetrables. The floor installation Impenetrables achieves an illusion of plunging depth, especially when a ladder descending into the ground is perceived. As Julia Herzberg wrote: "In 2004 when Navarro was elaborating the series of “electric chairs,” he also became intrigued with the possibilities of creating fictional spaces that would appear as cuts through walls or floors. Behind Navarro’s investigation was Gordon Matta-Clark’s cuts or splits in abandoned buildings where the American artist (1943–1978) created openings that changed the relationship of the viewer to the architectural space. Interested in similar perceptual possibilities, Navarro constructed Impenetrables, which is the most recent in his series of fictional spaces. The artist placed a mirror at the bottom of the sculpture’s base, fluorescent lights above the mirror, and a one-way mirror on top of the lights to create an endless reflection."

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Basel Miami Beach, December 6 - 9, Booth A7. A selection of gallery artists will be exhibited including David LaChapelle, Deborah Kass, Kenny Scharf, Iván Navarro, Makoto Saito, and Saint Clair Cemin. David LaChapelle Still Life is currently on view at both gallery locations, November 26, 2012 - January 19, 2013. In addition to presenting in Art Public and Impenetrables for Art Kabinett at Art Basel Miami Beach, Iván Navarro: Fluorescent Light Sculptures will be on display at the Frost Art Museum in Miami, November 17, 2012 - January 13, 2013. Makoto Saito recently opened his first exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery, Face to Face / Composition. Deborah Kass's major mid-career retrospective, Before and Happily Ever After, at The Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh will be on display October 27 - January 6, 2013. Deborah Kass My Elvis, an exhibition of her historic yentl series will be on view at 515 West 27th Street January 31- March 2, 2013. Kenny Scharf will present an exhibition of new works at Paul Kasmin Gallery in April 2013. Saint Clair Cemin on Broadway, an exhibition of seven outdoor sculptures, is on display on Broadway between W. 57th Street Pedestrian Plaza and W. 157th Street until mid-November. The gallery will also display a selection of works by Mattia Bonetti, Walton Ford, Nir Hod, Les Lalanne, James Nares, Erik Parker, Mark Ryden, Will Ryman and Andy Warhol.

As part of Art Kabinett, Iván Navarro will present an installation of five new works, including a large site-specific installation, entitled Impenetrables. The floor installation Impenetrables achieves an illusion of plunging depth, especially when a ladder descending into the ground is perceived. As Julia Herzberg wrote: "In 2004 when Navarro was elaborating the series of “electric chairs,” he also became intrigued with the possibilities of creating fictional spaces that would appear as cuts through walls or floors. Behind Navarro’s investigation was Gordon Matta-Clark’s cuts or splits in abandoned buildings where the American artist (1943–1978) created openings that changed the relationship of the viewer to the architectural space. Interested in similar perceptual possibilities, Navarro constructed Impenetrables, which is the most recent in his series of fictional spaces. The artist placed a mirror at the bottom of the sculpture’s base, fluorescent lights above the mirror, and a one-way mirror on top of the lights to create an endless reflection."

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