Maximilian Schubert: doubles

February 27 - July 27, 2020

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Maximilian Schubert (b. 1983, Rockford, Illinois) received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007. He has exhibited in the US and abroad, including Lisson Gallery, London; the Power Station, Dallas, Texas; Bjorn/Gundorf, Aarhus, Denmark; Van Doren Waxter, New York; Kinman Gallery, London; And Now, Dallas; Eli Ping/Frances Perkins, New York; Stephane Simoens, Knokke, Belgium; Bureau, New York; The Warehouse, Dallas; Chart, New York, and CCA, Andratx, Mallorca. Schubert lives and works in New York.

ARTNET      Editors’ Picks: 13 Events for Your Virtual Art Calendar This Week, June 22, 2020     PDF

KÖNIG GALERIE      Live with Johann König for his 10am series, June 12, 2020

ARTFORUM      Maximilian Schubert, May 1, 2020    PDF

OFFICE      Maximilian Schubert’s Doubles, April 6, 2020    PDF

PURPLE      Maximilian Schubert “Doubles” Opening Exhibition at Off Paradise, New York, March 4, 2020    PDF

SCULPTURE MAGAZINE      “Doubles,” an exhibition of new work by Maximilian Schubert, is now on view at Off Paradise, February 29, 2020    PDF

ARTNET      Editors’ Picks: 13 Events for Your Virtual Art Calendar This Week, June 22, 2020     PDF

KÖNIG GALERIE      Live with Johann König for his 10am series, June 12, 2020

ARTFORUM      Maximilian Schubert, May 1, 2020     PDF

OFFICE      Maximilian Schubert’s Doubles, April 6, 2020    PDF

PURPLE      Maximilian Schubert “Doubles” Opening Exhibition at Off Paradise, New York, March 4, 2020    PDF

SCULPTURE MAGAZINE      “Doubles,” an exhibition of new work by Maximilian Schubert, is now on view at Off Paradise, February 29, 2020    PDF

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Published by Hassla on the occasion of the exhibition Maximilian Schubert Doubles, February 27–July 27, 2020 at Off Paradise.

Includes an essay by Randy Kennedy, “Virus, Imposter, Infiltrator: Recent work by Maximilian Schubert, with a visitation by Felix Gonzalez-Torres”.