Date:
September 10–January 25, 2019
Price: Free
Location:
  • Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research
  • 1651 3rd Ave — Suite 205
  • New York, New York, 10128

What Makes the Engine Go?: Paintings by Patrick Webb, 1997-2018

Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research
1651 3rd Ave — Suite 205
New York, New York, 10128
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Patrick Webb, "Halloween Gathering: Good Witch," 20" x 16", 2003. Image courtesy of the artist.

Details


This fall, the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (IPTAR) will exhibit paintings by Guggenheim Fellow, PRATT professor and Visual AIDS Artist Member Patrick Webb, in a show entitled “What Makes the Engine Go?” The exhibition will include work from the last 21 years, with a focus on desire in multiple queer manifestations. Webb’s Punchinello is the protagonist in his narrative paintings, who gets drawn into the heated worlds of nightime bacchanals as well as gym showers. This exhibition is being held in conjunction with a daylong workshop at IPTAR entitled “Queer Theory and Psychoanalysis: Intersections and Controversies,” which takes place on September 29th.

Reception: Saturday, October 6, 2018, 4-7 PM
Viewing Monday through Friday 10-4, only by appointment
Email: Tessa Peteete at [email protected] for an appointment 

https://iptar.org/