Our representative in Europe, Caroline Smulders, will show the photographs of Vanessa Beecroft at Paris Photo 2017. At the Grand Palais, November 8 - 12, 2017.
The photograph "Double Tambourine" is included in the exhibition "Andy Warhol, The Mechanical Art" at Caixa Forum in Barcelona, September 14 to December 31, 2017. From the official site: "The exhibition presented by la Caixa Foundation and the Museo Picasso Málaga addresses the complex work of this Pittsburgh-born artist, placing particular emphasis on the changes his oeuvre underwent over the course of his career." With a special emphasis on repetition, we are delighted Nat’s work is represented by "Double Tambourine."
The photograph featured on agnes b.’s Nat Finkelstein Artist T-shirt is included in the exhibition of her personal collection, "ON AIME L’ART…!!" Her philosophy as a collector and generous creative spirit is described in the W Magazine interview linked below. On aime agnes b…. we really do!
Presented at Collection Lambert, Avignon, France, July 6 - November 5, 2017.
It is such an honor to collaborate with legendary French designer and art patron agnes b! Agnes B. is an innovator and an inspiration in her steadfast support of artists and their work. And we love her collection of Artists’ T-shirts… which includes Nat Finkelstein.
From the official site, "Finkelstein’s photo of Edie Sedgwick, American actress, model, and Warhol muse, is part of agnes b.’s personal art collection. It was one of her first purchases as an art collector. She chose this photo to be printed on a T-shirt included in her Artists’ T-shirt collection!"
We are proud to contribute to the Museo Jumex exhibition, "Andy Warhol. Estrella Oscura" (June 2 - September 2, 2017). Curated by Douglas Fogle, the exhibition concept "emphasizes the utopian promises, but also the dark side of the postwar media and consumer culture." Nat Finkelstein’s signature photo, "Silver Clouds Installation, Leo Castelli Gallery," is prominent in the "Dark Star" exhibition catalogue. The catalogue essays are also stellar.
Special thanks to Museo Jumex in Mexico City. A pleasure and privilege to work with you!
Two Nat Finkelstein photographs are included in the epic photo book, The Street is Watching. Published by DRAGO, "The Street is Watching is a street photography anthology that brings together the most iconic images of the street from the last 40 years." And it’s INTENSE. (An anecdote about Nat Finkelstein’s photograph of Andy Warhol in the slums is recounted in Miss Rosen’s powerful text… check it out.)
On the occasion of Photo London, Caroline Smulders presented a two-person exhibition featuring the photographs of Nat Finkelstein & Gerard Malanga. Caroline’s photos of the installation - shown at the Mayfair gallery of Britain’s foremost designer, Paul Smith - are linked below. Gorgeous!
We are very pleased to collaborate with McGaw Graphics and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the release of the 2016 Warhol poster collection. Nat Finkelstein’s iconic portraits of Andy Warhol are a new addition to this esteemed collection. McGaw Graphics is a leading art publishing company, providing high-quality art prints - and the McGaw Graphics 2016 Andy Warhol Poster Catalog is a beautiful publication itself! Prints are available for purchase online through McGaw Graphics.
Galerie Caroline Smulders represents the photographs of Nat Finkelstein at Photo Basel 2016. "Switzerland´s first international art fair solely dedicated to photography" takes place during Art Basel week, June 15 - 19. Caroline received tremendous attention for her Photo London showcase "Music and Poetry Never Die" - we’re thrilled to bring the work to Basel.
Nat Finkelstein’s photography is represented at Photo London 2016 by Galerie Caroline Smulders. Caroline’s showcase "MUSIC AND POETRY NEVER DIE" also includes the works of John Cohen, Lynn Goldsmith, Françoise Janice, and our friends Gerard Malanga and Marcia Resnick. The selection is curated by Aline Pujo.
*** Artnet lists Caroline Smulders as "best selection" at Photo London!
A wonderful documentary on "The Velvet Underground and Nico" - aka Banana Album - is available to view on ARTE tv. Nat Finkelstein is credited, with Billy Linich, as photographer in the album liner notes. Several of Nat’s photographs are used to illustrate the VU story in this engaging French-produced (English language) documentary. It’s a short film, airing in three parts - highly recommended viewing!
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of "The Velvet Underground & Nico," the Paris Philharmonie hosts The Velvet Underground New York Experience. Over fifty of Nat Finkelstein’s photographs of the VU are included in this historic exhibition - many never-before-seen. Nat’s work is also included in the exhibition catalogue, a gorgeous publication. Both the exhibition and catalogue showcase the extraordinary individuals - musicians, writers, visual artists - who contributed to the Velvet Underground legacy. It is an amazing honor to participate. Exhibition continues through August 2016.
Nat Finkelstein’s photography is well-represented at the Musée d’Art moderne, Paris. A corridor of the exhibition is dedicated previously unseen images by Nat Finkelstein illustrating the Velvet Underground, Andy Warhol, and The Factory, as large-format contact sheet reproductions. Several photographs by Nat Finkelstein are included in the exhibition catalogue, as well. "Warhol Unlimited" runs October 2015 through February 2016.
Nat Finkelstein’s photograph "Kellie Screen Test" is featured in the Frye Art Museum exhibition "Andy Warhol: 12 Screen Tests." As a mural-size installation, the image illustrates the "real life" experience of the Factory filmmaking process. The Frye Art Museum in Seattle was founded to be free for everyone - we are delighted to participate in its visionary mission! "Andy Warhol: 12 Screen Tests" runs through September 13, 2015.
Nat Finkelstein’s photography will be included in the upcoming exhibition "Warhol Underground" at the Centre Pompidou-Metz. This experimental exhibition focuses on Andy Warhol’s working relationship with music during the Silver Factory era. Nat’s work is well-represented and we are honored to participate.