We are delighted to present Barbarian Days, opening Thursday, March 11th at the gallery's St. Barth location, featuring work by:
Rachelle Dang, Koji Enokura, Herbie Fletcher, Francesca Gabbiani, Katharina Grosse, Julio Le Parc, Robert Levine, Robert Longo, Ari Marcopoulos, Catherine Opie, Joni Sternbach, and Lawrence Weiner.
Taking as our inspiration the autobiography Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life, the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir of New Yorker writer, William Finnegan, this unruly exhibition celebrates historic and contemporary artists who consider the ocean as a vehicle for an enriching and daunting personal psychosomatic investigation into creative catharsis. Presented at Fergus McCaffrey St. Barth, the gallery’s intimate venue on the wild side of the island at Grand Fond, the exhibition is acoustically augmented by the nearby rush of crashing waves and reverberating subterranean coral ricochets.
Note to Visitors
In compliance with health guidelines, and to promote and protect the safety and well-being of our staff, artists, and community, visitors are asked to wear masks and sanitize hands before entering the gallery. Contact-less temperature readings will be taken upon entrance, a capacity of four visitors will be allowed at one time, and visitors' contact information will be collected as part of contact-tracing measures. We also request that you please refrain from visiting the gallery if you have symptoms such as a fever or cough.
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Photos by Thomas Levy