Multiple works on loan for MOMA PS1 exhibition programme in New York

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Sascha Braunig, CHAMELEON, 2011 (detail)
Sascha Braunig, CHAMELEON, 2011 (detail)

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Works from the Zabludowicz Collection will be displayed at New York's MOMA PS1 as part of their exhibition programme featuring solo shows by Mark Lecky and Sascha Braunig. 

Two works by Sascha Braunig, CHAMELEON, 2011, and LASHES, 2011, feature in the exhibition of work made over the last five years. Known for updating the traditions of portraiture with the influences of surrealism, dadaism and op art to express modern day notions of identity, both paintings depict anonymous figures in awkward symbiosis with their environment.

Sascha Braunig: Shivers appears alongside Mark Lecky: Containers and Their Drivers, the first US survey of the Turner-Prize winning artist featuring key work such as Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore, 1999, alongside more recent work such as Leckey Legs, 2014. 

Both exhibitions continue until 5 March 2017. Further information is available on the MOMA PS1 website.

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