Today, David Zwirner announced its exclusive worldwide representation of the Joan Mitchell Foundation, which is committed to enhancing recognition of the work and life of acclaimed abstract painter Joan Mitchell. Read more.
Poetry was a lifelong source of inspiration and collaboration for Joan Mitchell. To celebrate April's designation as National Poetry Month, we compiled a selection of Mitchell’s artworks that were inspired by poems and poets. 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.
In the Joan Mitchell Foundation Archives, numerous photographs help to illustrate Joan Mitchell’s life more fully, allowing insight into her working practices and timeline. We are grateful to the photographers who crossed paths with Mitchell, and would like to take the opportunity here to share more about one such artist behind the photos. Read more.
On the occasion of Joan Mitchell's birthday and the recently published volume New York School Painters & Poets: Neon in Daylight, the Joan Mitchell Foundation and Rizzoli Publications hosted a conversation with Bill Berkson, Larry Fagin, Ron Padgett, Allison Power, Jenni Quilter, Carter Ratcliff and Anne Waldman at the Joan Mitchell Foundation Education & Research Center.