Andres Serrano. “Old Glory II” 1920’s American 48 Stars Flag (Infamous). 2019. Pigment print, back-mounted on dibond, wooden frame, 115.6 × 96.5 cm. Edition of 7 + 2 AP. © Andres Serrano. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Nathalie Obadia

24 hours with Andres Serrano

Acupuncture and multiple coffees help artist Andres Serrano prepare for his opening.
Andres Serrano December 20, 2019

This feature is part of our A Day series, in which writer Heidi Julavits invites artists to share an account of their day with us.

9:00 AM
Wake up in Brussels
10:30 AM
Acupuncture
12:30 PM
Cappuccino and salmon sandwich
2:30 PM

With my wife Irina in a Brussels café
With my wife Irina in a Brussels café

3:30 PM
Magritte-Dalí exhibition at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium

At the Magritte-Dalí exhibition at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium
At the Magritte-Dalí exhibition at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium

5:30 PM
Meeting at Foundation CAB

With curator Sylwia Serafinowicz at Foundation CAB
With curator Sylwia Serafinowicz at Foundation CAB

6:00 PM
Cappuccino
Opening of my exhibition Infamous at Nathalie Obadia gallery

Installation view of Infamous at Galerie Obadia
Installation view of Infamous at Galerie Obadia
Installation view of Infamous at Galerie Obadia
Installation view of Infamous at Galerie Obadia
“Mr Red” Sir Real 3-D Shooting Range Hold Up Man Target by Caswell, 1970’s (Infamous) at Galerie Obadia
“Mr Red” Sir Real 3-D Shooting Range Hold Up Man Target by Caswell, 1970’s (Infamous) at Galerie Obadia

8:00 PM
Phone call with collector in Luxembourg
9:00 PM
Dinner for 100
12:00 AM
To bed