#NateLowman: "My goal is to dislodge the illusion that the country we live in is a fixed thing. I would like to suggest a destabilization of the map through the serializing of it, referencing other historical times when the map was different and territories were different. The country is not fixed. Borders are in flux. The way it is now is not even how it should be."
Gagosian Madison Avenue, New York, is pleased to present Nate Lowman’s first exhibition with the gallery, a survey of the drop-cloth paintings known as "Maps," begun in 2013, as well as additional related works. Learn more about the upcoming exhibition view the link in our bio.
Nate Lowman, "Memory Quilt for a Large Ball," 2017, oil, acrylic, alkyd, latex, dirt, sugar, and nylon thread on canvas, 91 1/2 × 145 1/8 inches (232.4 × 368.5 cm) © Nate Lowman. Photo: Rob McKeever