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Booth C108

February 5 – 9, 2020

Leonardo Drew Number 231, 2020 Wood and paint Diptych, each: 73 x 24 x 5 inches (185.4 x 61 x 12.7 cm) Overall: 73 x 55 x 5 inches (185.4 x 139.7 x 12.7 cm)
Alfredo Jaar Gold in the Morning, 1985 / 2018 Suite of three lightboxes with color transparencies Overall: 48.25 x 96.9 x 3 inches (122.6 x 246 cm x 7.6 cm) Edition of 3 with 2AP GP2335
Ana Mendieta Untitled ("Chac Mool"), 1976 Black and white photograph 8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm) Framed: 14 x 16.25 inches (35.6 x 41.3 cm) GL8379
Hélio Oiticica Untitled, 1955 Gouache on board 19 x 17 3/4 inches (48.3 x 45.1 cm) Framed: 22 1/4 x 21 13/16 x 1 3/4 inches (56.5 x 55.4 x 4.4 cm) GL11094
Jaume Plensa Laura Asia in White, 2017 Resin and marble dust 122 x 55 x 71 inches (310 x 140 x 180 cm)
Juan Uslé Racó del Duc, 5 (in Sepis), 2019 Vinyl dispersion and dry pigment on canvas 96 x 60 inches (243.8 x 152.4 cm) GL14207

Press Release

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present at ZONAMACO with works by Pierre Alechinsky (Belgium), Leonardo Drew (USA), Alfredo Jaar (Chile), Ana Mendieta (Cuba), Hélio Oiticica (Brazil), Jaume Plensa (Spain), Antoni Tàpies (Spain) and Juan Uslé (Spain). The booth will introduce artwork by mid-career and established artists recently added to the gallery’s program, while continuing to present program highlights through both historic and recent works in a wide range of media.

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to announce a dedicated section of works by Jaume Plensa at ZONAMACO in partnership with Gray. This presentation is held in conjunction with Behind the Walls / Detrás del Muro, a monumental sculpture by Jaume Plensa on view at the Museo Nacional de Art in Mexico City through February 23, 2020.

The focused presentation on Jaume Plensa includes a cross section of work from the artist’s practice in a range of media. Plensa's large and well-known sculptures are displayed alongside intimately scaled bronzes and works on paper, demonstrating the artist's two main vocabularies of depicting the human form: portraits pictured with their eyes closed and human silhouettes created using letters of different alphabets.  

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