Michael Craig-Martin Presents Solo Exhibition at Florida’s Gallery at Windsor
It’s a British invasion. Last year, it was Grayson Perry. This season, it’s Michael Craig-Martin. The works of both of the blue-chip English artists have been the subject of separate solo exhibitions at the Gallery at Windsor, an independent art space set within Windsor, a private residential community in Vero Beach, Florida, designed by Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk of DPZ. “Present Sense,” Craig-Martin’s show, which runs through April 25, features more than 35 of his paintings, three of them brand-new, all in his signature style:
everyday objects rendered in precise, bold outlines and vibrant colors, perhaps a result of his studying under Josef Albers. Six of his additional artworks, powder-coated steel sculptures, dot the Windsor grounds, marking the first outdoor exhibition for the gallery. Craig-Martin and Perry exhibiting at Windsor are the result of a three-year curatorial partnership begun in 2018 with the Royal Academy of Arts in London. The third artist will be announced this fall.