Out of BodyStatic 17In DespairStudy for Rainbow Man 3: Lights OutTulips (P17)Easter Realness 6Untitled (A1-C)RollersSelf Portrait with HaircutKolanut Tales - DismemberedNocturnal (Olana 4) Pepsi, MarchAmbrosius Bosschaert, Bouquet of Flowers on a Ledge, 1619: September 15Study for Pasadena Lifesavers Yellow #5Untitled / The show is overWhalewaste 082Whalewaste 040Reticulárea 80/11UntitledFold Slice Topo II
Out of BodyStatic 17In DespairStudy for Rainbow Man 3: Lights OutTulips (P17)Easter Realness 6Untitled (A1-C)RollersSelf Portrait with HaircutKolanut Tales - DismemberedNocturnal (Olana 4) Pepsi, MarchAmbrosius Bosschaert, Bouquet of Flowers on a Ledge, 1619: September 15Study for Pasadena Lifesavers Yellow #5Untitled / The show is overWhalewaste 082Whalewaste 040Reticulárea 80/11UntitledFold Slice Topo II

Artists Who Deserve Their Museum Moment

As art world spaces remain closed, many exhibitions have been canceled or postponed, including the first museum shows for emerging artists such as Salman Toor, Christina Quarles, and Derek Fordjour. In celebration and support for these artists, Artsy’s Curatorial team presents a selection of works by the artists impacted by museum closures, from Judy Chicago’s sacred geometries on paper to JR’s surreal photographs of the Louvre’s empty pavilion. In this time of need, Artsy will make a donation equal to 10% of the sales price of artworks acquired from this collection to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.