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Krakow Witkin Gallery

Boston, US

Krakow Witkin Gallery features contemporary art of all media by emerging and established regional, national and international artists as well as representing several estates. The overall focus is on Minimal, reductivist and conceptually-driven works that have been made from 1950 to the present.  Barbara Krakow first opened a gallery in 1959, exhibiting Ellsworth Kelly as early as 1965, Sol LeWitt in 1971 and being the first gallery in the US to show Joseph Beuys. Since 2004, Barbara Krakow has partnered with Andrew Witkin and in 2017, the gallery’s name changed to Krakow Witkin Gallery. Krakow Witkin Gallery co-represents the estates of Sol LeWitt and Fred Sandback. Since the 1980’s, Krakow Witkin Gallery has  published catalogue raisonnés of numerous artists’ prints, such as those by Kiki Smith, Sol LeWitt, Kay Rosen, and most recently, Mel Bochner. Located on Boston’s Newbury Street, Krakow Witkin Gallery presents two exhibitions simultaneously, one in the larger gallery and one in the smaller space. These shows change every six weeks. Along with this programming, the gallery has an ongoing project, One Wall, One Work, where a single work is exhibited on an isolated wall, thus providing artists and viewers the experience of seeing an isolated work (often-times some form of installation), as well as the smaller and larger exhibitions in the other two spaces. This spectrum of viewing opportunities is a key part of Krakow Witkin Gallery's mission to not only present and promote artists and artworks it believes in, but to help provide enlightening experiences for those of varying knowledge- and experience-bases. Krakow Witkin Gallery is an Editions Publisher

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Detail of "The Location of a Straight Line, a Not-Straight Line and a Broken Line," Sol LeWitt, 1975

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Featuring artworks by Sophie Calle, Sarah Charlesworth, Hamish Fulton, Joseph Grigely, Jenny Holzer, William Kentridge, Sol LeWitt, Sylvia Plimack Mangold, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Kay Rosen, Thomas Ruff, Richard Serra, and Kiki Smith.

Andrew Witkin, Owner/Partner, Krakow Witkin Gallery

Sol LeWitt

The Location of a Straight Line, a Not-Straight Line and a Broken Line

1975

Image/paper size: 18 x 18 inches

Etching

Signed and numbered lower right in graphite. Krakow 1975.06 (www.sollewittprints.org)

Edition 16 of 25, plus 10 AP

Richard Serra

Balance

1972

Image/paper size: 35 1/2 x 45 inches

Lithograph

Signed and numbered lower right in graphite. NGA Accession No. 1981.5.253; Cat No. 47.7 Gemini 47.7 (https://www.nga.gov/fcgi-bin/gemini.pl?view=record&limit=30&artist=49&sort=2&skip=6)

Edition 67 of 68, plus 9 AP, RTP, PP II, 3 GEL, C

Jenny Holzer

Conclusion black

2016

Image/plate size: 22 x 17 inches, Paper size: 27 x 21 1/2 inches

Aquatint and white ground etching. Text: U.S. government document

Signed and dated lower right, numbered lower left in graphite.

Edition of 35, AP 3/10

Detail of "Balance," Richard Serra, 1972

Detail of "Conclusion black," Jenny Holzer, 2016

Kay Rosen

Monuments

2015

Paper size: 16 x 20 inches

Silkscreen

Signed and numbered

Edition of 35, TP V/V

Joseph Grigely

Songs Without Words (Zorn)

2021

Image size: 25 1/2 x 31 3/4 inches, Paper size: 30 x 36 inches, Frame size: 30 1/4 x 36 1/4 inches

Digital pigment print on Hahnemühle photo rag paper

Signed and numbered on accompanying certificate

Edition 1 of 3

Detail of "Balance," Richard Serra, 1972

Krakow Witkin Gallery

Boston, US

+1-617-262-4490