Sheet Music Publishers
Specialist Areas
Login / Register | My Account
link to basket
Total: $0.00


Nothing And Everything: Seven Artists 1947-1962

Cage and Feldman Exhibit at Hauser and Wirth
The new exhibit Nothing and Everything at the Hauser and Wirth focuses on the symbiotic relationship that composers and visual artists tend to have when belonging to the same social circles. Nothing and Everything delves into the community of artists that included Morton Feldman, John Cage, artists Joan Mitchell, Phillip Guston, David Smith, Louise Bourgeois, and Franz Kline. Upon entering the exhibit, visitors encounter a recording of Cage’s Lecture on Nothing which forms the focal question of the exhibit: Can ‘nothing’ be a material thing? The time frame that is explored is a fertile period which saw an explosion of abstract art and inventive compositions such as 4’33” and Radio Happening I. The exhibit offers excerpts of compositions as well as a display of Morton Feldman’s graphic compositions such as Intersections.

The Hauser and Wirth is located on East 69th Street in Manhattan with gallery hours on Tuesday through Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM.

Nothing and Everything runs from February through April 2017. For more information about the exhibit please visit the Hauser and Wirth website.
Advanced Search

The Hinrichsen Foundation | Terms & Conditions |

C.F. Peters Corporation  7030 80th St. Glendale, NY 11385     © Edition Peters Group 1800-2013     Powered By PRIAM |

powered by PRIAM © 2017