ArtCrush 2019 at the Aspen Art Museum

View a full recording of Lisa’s artist talk here.

Held annually every summer, ArtCrush is the major fundraising event benefiting the Aspen Art Museum and Aspen’s premier summer gala. The AAM is pleased to announce Lisa Yuskavage as the recipient of the 2019 Aspen Award for Art.

Thursday, August 1st / 5pm – Artist talk with Lisa; reception to follow at Aspen Art Museum

Friday, August 2nd / 6pm – ArtCrush at Buttermilk Mountain featuring the presentation of the 2019 Aspen Award for Art to Lisa

For tickets and more information please visit the Aspen Art Museum’s website.

Christian Viveros-Fauné in Conversation with Lisa Yuskavage

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 / New York Studio School

6:30 – 7:30 PM  /  8 W 8th Street, New York, NY

Following the discussion will be a book signing of Christian Viveros-Fauné’s new book Social Forms: A Short History of Political Art, published by David Zwirner Books.

Lecture is free and open to the public. For inquiries about accessibility, please contact Leeanne Maxey at lmaxey For more information, visit the New York Studio School website.

Opening Receptions – “New Paintings” and “Lisa Yuskavage: Babie Brood, Small paintings 1985-2018”

Thursday, November 8th / 34 East 69th Street & 533 West 19th Street, New York

David Zwirner will concurrently present two solo exhibitions of Lisa’s work this fall at separate locations in New York. An exhibition of new paintings will be on view at the 34 East 69th Street location with an opening reception 5-7pm. “Lisa Yuskavage: Babie Brood, Small paintings 1985-2018” will be presented at the 533 West 19th Street location with an opening reception 6-8pm.

Click here for more information on “New Paintings” and “Lisa Yuskavage: Babie Brood, Small paintings 1985-2018

Opening Reception – Endless Enigma: Eight Centuries of Fantastic Art

Wednesday, September 12th / 6-8PM / 537 West 20th Street, New York

Organized in collaboration with Nicholas Hall, a specialist in the field of Old Masters and nineteenth-century art, this exhibition takes as its point of departure Alfred H. Barr Jr.’s legendary 1936 exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism, which not only introduced these movements to the American public, but also placed them in a historical and cultural context by situating them with artists from earlier centuries. Drawn from international museum and private collections, the exhibition at David Zwirner will include works from the twelfth century to the present day.

See exhibition information here.

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