Presented in Collaboration with Mnuchin Gallery
Berry Campbell Gallery presents Lynne Drexler: The First Decade–a landmark exhibition organised in collaboration with Mnuchin Gallery, which surveys the seminal paintings Lynne Drexler (1928-1999) created between 1959-1969.
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A second-generation Abstract Expressionist and student of both Hans Hofmann and Robert Motherwell, Drexler established a distinctive stylistic idiom through vibrantly contrasting hues, applied in swatch-like patches with a Pointillist dynamism. Mnuchin Gallery features works produced between 1959-1964, while Berry Campbell will feature those between 1965-1969. This chronological presentation aims to highlight Drexler’s significant contributions to post-war American abstraction in demonstrating the innovative and signature style she honed over this pivotal decade in her career spent primarily in New York. Lynne Drexler: The First Decade is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue authored by Gail Levin, with contributions by Lois Dodd and Jamie Wyeth. We are grateful for Art Intelligence Global’s participation in this collaborative venture.
Courtesy of Berry Campbell Gallery, New York