Oil, wax, flour on linen
137,2 x 106,7 cm
Robert Janitz is a German-born artist whose paintings capture the balance between exposure and obfuscation, the private and the known. He met writer ZOË LESCAZE at the West 67th Street entrance to Central Park on a bright fall day. When ZOË arrived, ROBERT was sitting on a bench reading about the vice presidential debate (which had taken place the night before) in the Madrid newspaper El Pais, to practice his Spanish. He was about to leave New York, where he had lived since 2009, for Mexico City, where he spent most of 2020. They went for a walk in the park.After your purchase the gallery will contact you regarding shipping details. The price does not include shipment.