Making a Great Exhibition Book

Engaging and insightful, Making a Great Exhibition is the debut children’s book from David Zwirner Books, the publishing division of the world-renowned gallery. Created by author Doro Globus (managing director of David Zwirner Books) and award-winning artist and illustrator Rose Blake, the colorful work explores how artists produce something special and then share it with the world. It’s recommended for kids ages three to seven …

Silence=Death Poster Print

In an edition of 200, this unframed print of Silence=Death Collective’s powerful poster—which was wheat-pasted across NYC starting in 1986, as part of the crusade for support in the fight against the HIV/AIDS crisis—continues to represent queer perseverance, unity and protest. All proceeds from the sales of each print benefit the charitable arts organization Visual AIDS. This is the first-ever fine art production print of …

David Zwirner Explores Artist Ray Johnson’s Queer Identity in “WHAT A DUMP”

Curator Jarrett Earnest presents a nuanced portrait of the obsessive mail art pioneer

American conceptual artist Ray Johnson pioneered the mail art movement from its inception in 1943, through its explosive critical reception in the ’60s, and until his death in 1995. Most people with an interest in contemporary art know this. With Ray Johnson: WHAT A DUMP, on now at David Zwirner, curator Jarrett Earnest sidesteps the textbook facets of the figure and explores his obsessions and …