David Zwirner will present "Joan Mitchell: I carry my landscapes around with me," the first exhibition to focus on Mitchell's multipaneled paintings, at the gallery’s 537 West 20th Street location in New York. The exhibition opens May 3 and runs through July 12, 2019. Read more.
This December, the Foundation will release a book and open a companion exhibition, both titled "Widening Circles: Portraits from the Joan Mitchell Foundation Artist Community at 25 Years," to celebrate the work and achievements of its artist community and to examine the impact of its initiatives over the past 25 years. Read more.
For fans of Joan Mitchell, this fall offers many opportunities to dig deeper into her work and life through exhibitions, public programs, and a new book. Here's an overview of current and upcoming events. Read more.
Join us on August 2 to celebrate the opening of the second annual Joan Mitchell Foundation Alumni Council Exhibition, hosted by the CUE Art Foundation. Entitled TRANSPARENCY, this exhibition features work by 15 artists who are alumni of the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s Art Education Program. Read more.
The Baltimore Museum of Art and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art are co-organizing a comprehensive retrospective of Joan Mitchell's work. It will open in Baltimore in September 2020, then travel to San Francisco in the following year. Read more.
Dimensions celebrates the past and embraces the future. This exhibition brings mentors and protégés together to display their work side-by-side, showcasing the influence of their intergenerational creative relationships. Read more.
This groundbreaking exhibition examines the artistic dialogue that took place between American painter Joan Mitchell and Canadian artist Jean-Paul Riopelle during their 24-year romantic relationship. Read more.
Organized in partnership with the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), supported by the Estate of Jean Paul Riopelle in Montréal and the Joan Mitchell Foundation in New York, Mitchell / Riopelle brings together for the first time nearly 60 works from French, Canadian, and American private and museum collections. Read more.