The Institute of Fine Arts at NYU presents “Fanny Sanín’s New York: The Critical Decade, 1971-1981”. The new monograph on Sanín’s oeuvre was launched in conjunction.

The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University announced its spring exhibition, Fanny Sanín’s New York: The Critical Decade, 1971-1981, the first comprehensive solo exhibition to explore the artist’s evolving practice of geometric abstraction during her first decade living and working in New York City. Presenting a selection of paintings from 1971 to 1981, the exhibition engages with Sanín’s expansion of the geometric idiom during this period of vital artistic production. The objects in the exhibition will be displayed on the East and West walls of the Loeb Room and on the North wall of the Lecture Hall, juxtaposing the building’s sumptuous and historic architecture with Sanín’s abstract tableaux. To read the full press release click here>>

The comprehensive monograph, Fanny Sanín: The Concrete Language of Color and Structure (Lucia|Marquand, 2019) was launched at the Institute of Fine Arts at NYU on February 18, 2020 in conjunction with the exhibition opening. The publication, made possible by the Fanny Sanín Legacy Project, provides a thorough evaluation of the artist’s practice through scholarly essays and an illustrated chronology. To learn more about this publication visit>>