MASK: Barney, Tuttle, and Hancock at James Cohan Gallery


On Wednesday, three artists previously featured in Art:21—Art in the Twenty-First Century take part in a group exhibition at James Cohan Gallery in New York. Entitled MASK, the exhibition explores the forms and uses of masks throughout history and further examines how contemporary artists are influenced by them.

MASK is comprised of a collection of over 40 masks, dating from 700 BC through the 20th century and representative of all continents and many cultural traditions. These masks will be shown alongside works by 30 contemporary artists, including Art21 featured artists Richard Tuttle, Matthew Barney and Trenton Doyle Hancock.

MASK will be on view from December 13 through January 26, 2008.

James Cohan Gallery
533 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

View more images from the exhibition here.