This is where Sonic Youth and Blondie used to play. It’s essentially the birthplace of postmodernism in fine art.
“Of course, getting to present this treasure trove is an absolute delight. It’s also wonderful to imagine the elegant, cultured Anders Wall wandering around in the East Village among all the dope fiends and criminals, more or less risking his life for opportunities to meet with young artists… I think it’s safe to say that’s pretty unusual behaviour for a Swedish businessman! In any case, the art is absolutely sensational, and hugely important for the history of American contemporary art,” says Anna-Karin Pusic.
Artists in the Anders Wall Collection exhibition: David Wojnarowicz (1954–1992), Walter Robinson (1950–), Peter Schuyff (1958–), Rhonda Zwillinger (1950–), Hope Sandrow (1951–), Futura 2000 (1955–), ERO (1967–), Christof Kohlhofer & Marilyn Minter, Richard Hambleton (1952–2017), David Smith (1950–), Berndt Zimmer (1948–), Stephen Lack (1946–), A. R. Penck (1939–), Rodney Alan Greenblat (1960–), Michael Mogavero (1950–), Jonathan Ellis (1953–).