Bring a piece of art history into your institution’s collection today. Zane Bennett is proud to present sculptural artwork and works on paper by internationally-recognized artists. See below for details on currently available work for acquisition and/or exhibition.
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Isabella Beroutsos, Museum Liaison, Sales
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith | Trade Canoe: A Western FantasyCurrently in the collections of the Orlando Museum of Art
Guy Dill | Boon
Constructed in 2008, thirty-some years after Guy Dill graduated from California’s Chouinard Institute of Art and received the Theodoran Award at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Boon embodies the artist’s remarkable way with industrial materials, a thread consistent throughout his career.
Bronze with concrete pedestal
10 x 5.8 x 5 ft (3.1 x 1.8 x 1.52 m)
Nikesha Breeze | Four Sites of ReturnELEMENTS OF ENTIRE EXHIBITION AVAILABLE FOR DISPLAY AND/OR ACQUISITION
In Four Sites of Return: Ritual | Remembrance | Reparation | Reclamation, interdisciplinary artist Nikesha Breeze distills decades of creative output and crystallizes deep truths of the Black experience through visual art and ritual performance. For Breeze, Four Sites of Return also represents a mantle passed from their own ancestors in Blackdom, New Mexico, a turn of the century freedom colony with a remarkable American story.
Throughout Four Sites of Return, Breeze works fluidly across a wide range of mediums including large-scale figurative painting and drawing, clay and bronze sculpture and mixed-media installation art. The 5,000-square-foot exhibition will feature six monumental series, representing elements of the titular “Sites of Return.” Among them is The Arc of Return, a large-scale wooden boat adorned with etched copper.
A series of 108 clay masks, numbered in reference to the roughly 108 million lives lost through colonization, enslavement, forced migration, and racial genocide since the 1400s, also appears in full alongside never-before-seen works from "Archival Portraiture," an ongoing painting and drawing series inspired by historic photographs of often anonymous Black Americans.
PACKET COMING THIS MAY!