There are just so many highly-anticipated exhibitions kicking off the fall season, from Amy Sherald to Robin F Williams, Derrick Adams to Henry Chalfant. But one that we have had our eyes on for month’s is the debut Gagosian Gallery exhibition of NYC-based Nathaniel Mary Quinn. In what feels to be one of the most important artists of his generation, and with a career ascension that is equally matched but his stunning works, Quinn’s Hollow and Cut caps off an impressive two-year run for the artist, one that has seen shows at Salon 94, Almine Rech, M+B and now this major showing at Gagosian in Beverly Hills. 

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