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“It felt important that people who didn’t know that I love making objects should see the intensity of my love,” says Gates. “I’m super committed to winning and dying by the object.” Unlike Judd, who hesitated to classify his work as sculpture, Gates is less cagey, calling “Black Vessel” a “painting and sculpture show.” Yet those paintings are made from enamel, bitumen (or asphalt), wood, plastic, copper, and torch down (a roofing material), inspired by his father’s occupation as a roofer; and his sculptures vary from fantastic stoneware pots to a series of shelves crammed with the leather-bound archives of the Johnson Publishing Company, a Black-owned business once headquartered in Chicago (the installation Walking Prayer, 2018). Ultimately, Gates is as conversant with the tenets of Western art as he is with the art of presenting and preserving his personal history. “It would be easy for a Gagosian exhibition to try to do something bombastic or unsettling or something New York,” Gates says. “My impulse was to do the opposite: to get low to the ground, to keep it about my beginnings—which is, in a way, music, ceramics, and roofing—and to just allow myself to offer a humble introduction to my practice.”
Running parallel to that practice is Gates’s work with the Rebuild Foundation, established in 2010, which has turned vacant buildings up and down the South Side into vibrant cultural institutions. (He gave a TED Talk about it in 2015.) Although the scale and circumstances will be different—very different, in fact, with most indoor gatherings still verboten in New York—Gates is after a similar transformation at Gagosian. Using layers of blackened brick, he’s fashioned a sort of “sanctuary,” complete with music by the Black Monks, in one of the gallery spaces, carving out “a little bit of holiness” on 11th Avenue. “I’m committed to making spaces, and the spaces can allow for many things to happen, gatherings being one of them,” he says. “But I love these moments, like when I was in Rome, where you can walk into an empty church and there’s one person praying at a triptych by Caravaggio. The empty vessel in some ways feels even more holy, because you have a one-to-one relationship with the architecture and with silence.” He adds, “What we’ve had to do during COVID is just rethink how the spaces that could contain many might still reverberate if there’s only a few.”
“I’m just starting to get my air legs again,” Theaster Gates says. After six, long months staying put in his native Chicago, the multidisciplinary artist flew to Marfa, Texas, for his birthday in August. “There were no tourists, all the buildings were closed, and I had total access to everything,” he says. “I got to spend time with the whole Judd situation, which is a big part of my jam, actually.” That affinity checks out: Like Donald Judd, whose creative vision hinged on how forms made from wood and steel and Plexiglas existed in space, Gates—a potter, professor, urban planner, and the leader of the Black Monks, an experimental music ensemble—has a knack for making the functional sublime. When his first solo exhibition in New York, “Black Vessel,” opens at Gagosian this weekend, the poetry of common, material things will very much be at the fore.
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