Gretchen and John Berggruen, partners at the gallery and in life.
Photo by Jamey Stillings. Courtesy Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco.
Installation view of Daniel Buren, To align: works in situ 2017.
Courtesy Bortolami Gallery, New York.
August Sander, Lackarbeiter (Varnisher), gelatin silver print,
1930/1972. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth Gallery, New York.
William Michael Harnett, The Smoker’s Companions, oil on canvas, 1878. Courtesy Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York.
Charlie Ahearn, Data Rock (Bam Yellow), 2017,
silkscreen on canvas. Courtesy P.P.O.W Gallery, New York.
Liliana Porter, The Gardener, 2016, ceramic fragments and
figurine on painted shelf. Courtesy Sicardi Gallery, Houston.
Lucy Williams, Palm Springs, 2016, neon plexiglas, textured wood pulp paper,
engineered wood and acrylic paint on birch ply panel. Courtesy of Berggruen, San Francisco.
Rebecca Warren, Let’s All Chant, 2017, painted steel and pompom.
Courtesy of Matthew Marks Gallery, Los Angeles.
Kim Fisher, If...we, 2017, installation view, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago.
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