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Julian Schnabel

Julian Schnabel – The Collector's Edition (publication)

The Collector's Edition of Julian Schnabel's monograph by Taschen is now available. Made in close collaboration with the artist, this oversized limited-edition book is the first to feature his work across all media. Each copy is numbered and signed by the artist.

Get your copy here.

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Julian Schnabel

Versions of Chuck, Revisited (solo show)
Kunstmuseum Schloss Derneburg
21 October 2022 – 16 April 2023

Installation view: Kunstmuseum Schloss Derneburg, Derneburg, 2022, Image courtesy of Hall Art Foundation, Photo Roman März
Installation view: Kunstmuseum Schloss Derneburg, Derneburg, 2022, Image courtesy of Hall Art Foundation, Photo Roman März

On the occasion of the museum’s 15-year anniversary, eight monumental paintings by Julian Schnabel, first included in the Hall Art Foundation’s inaugural show at Schloss Derneburg in 2007, are on view until 16 April 2023. The subject of the paintings is a figure called Chuck – a surfer friend of the artist. Each painting depicts Chuck in various poses, centrally positioned within the canvas. While Chuck’s body is rendered in brushy and abstracted red marks, his head and facial features are precisely drawn, topped with a crown of yellow, blond hair and  surrounded by a blue orb. Recalling Christian icons, Chuck takes on the appearance of an angel or saint. The artist, who began surfing as a teen, describes the act of surfing as the only physical activity that comes close to the sublime feeling of painting.

Kunstmuseum Schloss Derneburg – Hall Art Foundation


Albert Oehlen, Julian Schnabel et al.

Energetic Gestures (group show)

Kunstsaele Berlin
20 October – 6 November 2022

Julian Schnabel, The Parade Begins and the Parade Ends (for Reinaldo Arenas) VIII, 2020
Julian Schnabel, The Parade Begins and the Parade Ends (for Reinaldo Arenas) VIII, 2020

Works by Albert Oehlen and Julian Schnabel are included in the group exhibition Energetic Gestures, on view at the Kunstsaele Berlin from 20 October until 6 November 2022. Curated by Philipp Bollmann, the show examines the concept and significance of ‘power’ in art. Here, we encounter works whose creative use of powerful gestures often transcends the category of stylistic element and becomes the content itself. 

Kunstsaele Berlin


Matthew Barney, Ida Ekblad, Julian Schnabel, Thomas Struth et al.

Solidarity Prints for Artists at Risk

© Ida Ekblad
© Ida Ekblad

70 artists, including Matthew Barney, Ida Ekblad, Julian Schnabel and Thomas Struth, have come together in a call to support the NGO Artists at Risk. Each artist has donated a print to be offered in an open edition. All sale proceeds will help artists who are impacted by the war in Ukraine to gain safety by facilitating emergency travel, shelter and financial support.

This initiative was organized by Adam Broomberg in partnership with recom ART GmbH & Co. KG. 

The prints are available for sale here until 30 April.

Artists at Risk


Julian Schnabel

Self Portraits of Others (solo show)
The Brant Foundation, New York
9 September – 31 December 2021

Image: Julian Schnabel, Number 5 (Van Gogh Self-Portrait Musee d'Orsay, Vincent), 2019, © Julian Schnabel
Image: Julian Schnabel, Number 5 (Van Gogh Self-Portrait Musee d'Orsay, Vincent), 2019, © Julian Schnabel

The Brant Foundation is pleased to present Self Portraits of Others, a solo exhibition of new works by Julian Schnabel. Created between 2018 – 2020, this series explores the evolution of Schnabel’s artistic practice while making At Eternity’s Gate, a film about the life of Vincent van Gogh. The exhibition features twenty-five plate paintings that examine the theme of portraiture throughout art history.

The Brant Foundation



Julian Schnabel

on Vincent van Gogh's self-portrait
Museé d'Orsay, Paris

Julian Schnabel was invited by Musée d'Orsay to share his insights on Vincent van Gogh's self-portrait, dating 1889, which is currently on view at the museum as part of its permanent collection.

Watch the video here.