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New York | After-Hours Gallery Tour of Lee Krasner Exhibition at Kasmin

March 6 | 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

Lee Krasner, Number 2, 1951, oil on canvas, 92 1/2 x 132 inches, 235 x 335.3 cm. Jorge M. Pérez Collection, Miami. © 2024 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Diego Flores. Courtesy of Kasmin, New York.

Join ArtTable for an after-hours gallery tour of Lee Krasner: The Edge of Color. Geometric Abstractions, 1948–53 at Kasmin, in association with the Pollock-Krasner Foundation. Eric Gleason, Executive Director of Kasmin, will provide an introduction and answer questions about the works on view and their context with Krasner’s oeuvre. The conversation will be followed by refreshments generously provided by the Pollock Krasner Foundation.

Through the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Kasmin has represented Lee Krasner’s work since 2016. Lee Krasner: The Edge of Color. Geometric Abstractions, 1948–53 is Kasmin’s fourth solo presentation of her work. It is the first exhibition to focus on this under-examined period of the artist’s work, which laid the groundwork for several major series of paintings Krasner completed later in her career. Drawing on formative connections with peers in the American Abstract Artists group as well as Piet Mondrian, Krasner’s work in the late forties and early fifties attracted early critical praise. Constrasting rectilinear forms, painted in somber tones with varying thicknesses of brushwork, sometimes appear on repainted canvases. Highlights of this presentation of Krasner’s work include the only two extant paintings from her first solo exhibition, reunited for the first time; Number 3 (Untitled) (1951), on loan from the Museum of Modern Art, and Number 2 (1951), on view in New York for the first time in over 70 years.


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Kasmin Gallery

509 W 27th St
Manhattan, New York 10001 United States
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Eric Gleason is Head of Sales at Kasmin Gallery. Since Eric joined the gallery in 2013, he has played a key role in its expansion, which involved the opening of its new flagship gallery and rooftop sculpture garden in New York in 2018. Eric works closely with a number of the prominent contemporary artists at Kasmin, including Diana Al-Hadid, Judith Bernstein, Lyn Liu and Jan-Ole Schiemann, and is the primary representative for several artist estates, notably Barry Flanagan, Lee Krasner, Robert Motherwell, and George Rickey. Eric has spearheaded numerous critically recognized Kasmin exhibitions, including Lee Krasner: The Umber Paintings 1959-1962 (2017–2018) and Lee Krasner: Collage Paintings (2021). Eric has contributed to numerous institutional exhibitions to promote the careers and legacies of the gallery’s artists. Eric represents Kasmin at art world events and participates in the gallery’s domestic and international art fair program. In 2020, Eric joined the Council of the Visual and Performing Arts school at Syracuse University, and in August of 2023, Eric joined the Board of Directors at Artistic Noise, a non-profit offering visual arts and entrepreneurship programs to young people impacted by the juvenile justice system.

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