New York, NY.- Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art (ETNFA) will present an exhibition of important paintings and works on paper from artists including Joan Mitchell, Tom Wesselmann, Roy Lichtenstein, Willem de Kooning, Jean-Michel Basquiat Alexander Calder, and Wilfredo Lam, among others, at Art Basel Miami Beach from December 7th to the 10th.
These artworks join Robert Rauschenberg’s important, seminal work, Periwinkle Shaft, a 30-feet wide by 14-feet high and commissioned by the Arts in Public Places Program of the National Endowment for the Arts, for placement at the Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Washington, D.C. (now the Children’s National Health System).
“We’re enormously proud of our stall at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach and we feel that the public is going to be excited to see the art we are exhibiting,” said Edward Tyler Nahem, founder of the eponymous gallery. “We expect Rauschenberg’s Periwinkle Shaft to be one of the Fair’s highlights, and the other art we are showing is also important, significant and will not disappoint.”
Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, founded in 1985, specializes in modern, post-war and contemporary art and exhibits a broad range of international artists. Located in the heart of New York City, the gallery presents monographic and thematic exhibitions at its flagship on 57th Street. In addition, Nahem brings dynamic programming and important works to art fairs internationally, including Art Basel, Art Basel in Miami, FIAC and TEFAF (New York).