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Private View: Selections from ABHK

35 E 67th Street

March 19 – April 4, 2020

Cosima von Bonin, Daunted Duck

Cosima von Bonin

Daunted Duck


Velvet and cotton

73 x 61 inches

Ross Bleckner, Untitled

Ross Bleckner



Oil on linen

66 x 78 inches

Keith Edmier, The Kelly Bag (Salmacis)

Keith Edmier

The Kelly Bag (Salmacis)


Glass, dental acrylic, polyurethane, acrylic paint, and silk on limestone base

11.5 x 19 x 12 inches

Derek Fordjour, Alternation I

Derek Fordjour

Alternation I


Acrylic, charcoal, oil pastel and foil on newspaper mounted on canvas

72 x 96 inches

Wade Guyton, Untitled

Wade Guyton



Epson UltraChrome HDX inkjet on linen

84 x 69 inches

Charline von Heyl, Bicycle Thief

Charline von Heyl

Bicycle Thief


Oil, acrylic, and dyed hair on canvas

82 x 68 inches

Sean Landers, Wood Panda

Sean Landers

Wood Panda


Oil on linen

38 x 32 inches

Maria Lassnig, Fernsehkind (TV Child)

Maria Lassnig

Fernsehkind (TV Child)


Oil on canvas

78.7 x 93.3 inches

Maria Lassnig, Konkurrenz IV

Maria Lassnig

Konkurrenz IV


Oil on canvas

49.2 x 81.1 inches

Jorge Pardo, Untitled

Jorge Pardo



MDF, acrylic paint, Caoba, LED fixtures

47 x 35 inches

Seth Price, Untitled

Seth Price



PETG vacuum-formed over knotted rope

46.25 x 44.5 inches

Jon Pylypchuk, Guess what milkshake I came here to take a shit in your sink

Jon Pylypchuk

Guess what milkshake I came here to take a shit in your sink


Fabric, wood glue, watercolor, glitter, black cue balls, polyurethane, wood on linen on panel

51 x 36.5 inches

Dana Schutz, Atlas

Dana Schutz




25 x 34 x 16.6 inches

Nicola Tyson, Self-Portrait: Doll

Nicola Tyson

Self-Portrait: Doll


Acrylic on canvas

80 x 62 inches

Corinne Wasmuht, BSL DJ ZV

Corinne Wasmuht



Oil on wood

78 x 81.5 inches

Heimo Zobernig, Untitled

Heimo Zobernig



Acrylic on linen

39.4 x 39.4 inches

In support of Art Basel Hong Kong and in solidarity with our friends and colleagues in Asia, and throughout the world who have been affected by the Coronavirus, Petzel presents “Private View: Selections from ABHK,” a special exhibition of works previously scheduled to be shown in Hong Kong during this year’s cancelled fair. The show, on view at 35 East 67th Street, Third Floor, from March 19 until April 4, will include works by Ross Bleckner, Cosima von Bonin, Keith Edmier, Derek Fordjour, Wade Guyton, Charline von Heyl, Sean Landers, Maria Lassnig, Jorge Pardo, Seth Price, Jon Pylypchuk, Dana Schutz, Nicola Tyson, Corinne Wasmuht, and Heimo Zobernig. All works included in the exhibition are now available to view via Petzel’s new online viewing platform, accessible at

A percentage of the sales from “Private View: Selections from ABHK” will be donated to Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies–without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay. For more information about Direct Relief, please go to

Joining Petzel in this initiative is kurimanzutto gallery, located at 22 East 65th Street, Floor 4.

Petzel Gallery is located on the parlor and third floors of 35 East 67th Street between Madison and Park Avenues, New York. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 AM–6:00 PM. For press inquires, please contact Ricky Lee at, or call (212) 680-9467.

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