Focusing on “small masterpieces”, Long-Sharp Gallery returns to Art New York 2018 with a selection of important works by modern and contemporary masters no greater in size than 24 x 24”. The centerpiece of the exhibition is Pablo Picasso’s watercolor and charcoal drawing, titled “Femme”; the piece is from 1901 – the year of his first solo exhibition in Paris. Small works on canvas by Andy Warhol, Sam Francis, and Robert Indiana, along with a color pencil study drawing by Roy Lichtenstein, will be presented alongside Picasso’s “Femme”. Works by contemporary sculptors Gino Miles, Tarik Currimbhoy, Thalen & Thalen, and David Hayes will flank the “small masterpieces.” Click here for more information about the fair. Please contact the gallery for complimentary tickets.
Image above: Detail of Untitled © Sam Francis