May 22, 2010 — August 31, 2010
“Arshile Gorky: Sketchbook Drawings” features Gorky’s early sketchbook drawings dating from the early and mid 1930s. It was during that period when Gorky absorbed and re-defined European avant-garde sensibilities, having at that time a profound impact upon such artists as Willem De Kooning, Hans Burkhardt, Stuart Davis, John Graham, Isamu Noguchi and what ultimately became known as the New York School.
“Arshile Gorky: Sketchbook Drawings” is shown in tandem with the major exhibition “Patrick Graham – fact of the matter” featuring works by the important contemporary Irish artist. Both exhibitions extend through August 31.