Vito Schnabel

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Vito Schnabel works from his private exhibition space in the West Village of New York City and regularly collaborates with galleries and art venues worldwide. Exhibitions curated by Schnabel include an ambitious show of paintings by artist Terence Koh entitled Flowers for Baudelaire, held at the photographer Richard Avedon's former studio in New York City and a retrospect exhibition 1968- 2005 of the veteran but forgotten about genius Ron Gorchov's paintings which led to a resurgence of interest in the artist's work and created a discussion that resulted in Gorchov's exhibition at PS1 MOMA (the Museum of Modern Art extension in Long Island City). Schnabel also produced The Bruce High Quality Foundation's Brucennial: 2010, which featured artists with works in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as young artists who are in no permanent collections of any museums, but will be.