Art Basel Miami Beach
3 December–8 December 2019
Stage Design for 'Romeo and Juliet'n (1921)
pencil and gouache, heightened with gold, on two joined sheets of paper
61.3 x 44 cm (ref:AE0019)
Linear Construction in Space No. 1 (1965)
Perspex with nylon monofilament
30.3 x 30.3 x 6.4 cm (ref:NG0312)
Double Portrait (2011)
iPad drawing printed on paper (inkjet), edition 11/25
94 x 71.1 cm (ref:DH1201TA)
Nam June Paik
Columbus (Eco-Lumbus) + Columbus Boat (1991)
11 Television sets, 2 DVD players, wood, wrought iron, brass and mixed media
Columbus: 216 x 152 x 47 cmnColumbus Boat: 47 x 267 x 236 cmnOverall: 267 x 236 x 152 cm (ref:NP0002)
Composition: Yoshishige Saito nPhotography: Kiyoji Otsuji
Photography for APN nnn (1953)
gelatin silver print (vintage)
14.2 x 9.3 cm (ref:KO0021)
Ohne Titel (Collagierte Bildpostkarte Das Undbild) (c.1930)
paper collage on card
10.6 x 8.2 cm (ref:KS0060)
The Escapist BHST/Museum of Black Hole Spacetime 01n (2019)
oil on canvas
46 x 38 cm (ref:ST1325)
Booth B06, Miami Beach Convention Centre
Annely Juda Fine Art presents a selection of contemporary and historical works at Art Basel Miami 2019. Highlights of the stand include a sculpture by Nam June Paik titled ‘Columbus (Eco-Lumbus) + Columbus Boat’ (1991), along with sculptures in steel, aluminium and bronze by the British artists Anthony Caro, Nigel Hall and David Nash.
Complementing these sculptures will be two important paintings by Leon Kossoff: ‘Fidelma No.2’ from 1981 and ‘Seated Figure No.2’ painted in 1959. The latter work was owned by the writer and critic Al Alvarez which is documented in the forthcoming Leon Kossoff Catalogue Raisonné.
Alongside the contemporary works will be twentieth-century avant-garde pieces by Russian artists Naum Gabo, Kasimir Malevich, Luibov Popova, Alexandra Rodchenko, the American painter John McLaughlin and the British modernist artist Ben Nicholson.
Following on from Suzanne Treister’s exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art, the gallery will be showing a distilled version of that show; in a small dedicated space there will be a selection of paintings and prints from her Survivor(F) and Escapist series. Treister muses on time travel, holographic universes, black holes, artificial intelligent artists and the blurring between science fact and fiction in her highly intricate and detailed paintings and editioned works.