David Zwirner is pleased to announce a benefit exhibition in New York to support Thread, a Senegal-based non-profit cultural and community center established in 2015 by The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. The exhibition will feature 28 works generously donated by 25 gallery artists and estates, as well as photographs by Giovanni Hänninen depicting Thread and its surroundings. With this fundraiser, Thread will be able to establish an endowment so that it can operate in perpetuity in the region.

David Zwirner è lieto di annunciare un’esposizione benefica a New York in sostegno di Thread, una comunità culturale non-profit con sede in Senegal e fondata nel 2015 da parte di The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. La mostra presenta 28 opere generosamente donate da 25 artisti e gallerie, tra le quali figurano le fotografie di Giovanni Hänninen che mostrano Thread e i suoi dintorni. Grazie a questa raccolta fondi, verrà istituito un fondo di donazione che consentirà a Thread di continuare ad operare in futuro nella regione.

Thread | The Josef & Anni Albers Foundation | Senegal

Techical sheet

 Edition of 5 + 2AP

FineArt Inkjet pigment print on
Hahnemüle FineArt Baryta paper
27 5/8 x 41 3/8 inches
70 x 105 cm



David Zwirner Gallery
533 West 19th Street  New York

27th June – 21st July, 2017


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