Dairy Art Centre presents American artist Julian Schnabel’s first major solo exhibition of paintings in the UK for nearly 15 years. The exhibition brings together new and rarely seen works spanning primarily the last ten years. Now known as much for his critically acclaimed films as for his art, this exhibition is both a reevaluation and a celebration of Julian Schnabel the painter — his primary occupation.
A brochure, which includes an introductory text by Nicolai Frahm, Co-Founder of Dairy Art Centre and a newly commissioned essay by independent curator, David Thorp, accompanies the exhibition.
Join us for free tours of the exhibition led by our team of dedicated volunteers every Thursday at 1:30PM and on Saturdays and Sundays at 3PM. No booking required.
Come to Dairy Art Centre and enjoy a creative art workshop for FREE with artist Davina Drummond. Acting as detectives, you will explore the galleries and surrounding area to capture miniature clues in old fashioned slide frames. Then, with special materials and a secret formula, customise your findings and transform them into large scale magical artworks using the slide machine! Be prepared to be amazed!
Suitable for ages 3 and above. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
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Missed the talk? Listen here to Julian Schnabel and Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation at Dairy Art Centre to coincide with the exhibition.
Julian Schnabel: In The Course of Seven Days
On the occasion of Julian Schnabel’s exhibition at Dairy Art Centre, Porfirio Munoz launched his new film, Julian Schnabel: In The Course of Seven Days, an insight into the working methods of the artist at his home studio in Montauk, Long Island. The film premiered exclusively on Nowness, a global cultural platform for digital storytelling.