Twelve newly acquired works from the collection of Ron and Ann Pizzuti – paintings, sculpture, video, and photographs – are now on display at The Pizzuti Collection. An eclectic mix of emerging and established artists from the U.S., Japan, Israel and Sweden, the exhibition features large-scale abstract paintings, figurative landscape paintings, furniture designs and multimedia works.

Twelve newly acquired works from the collection of Ron and Ann Pizzuti – paintings, sculpture, video, and photographs – are now on display at The Pizzuti Collection. An eclectic mix of emerging and established artists from the U.S., Japan, Israel and Sweden, the exhibition features large-scale abstract paintings, figurative landscape paintings, furniture designs and multimedia works.

"We are especially excited to show Ori Gersht's latest video work from his January 2015 show at CRG Gallery in New York, as well as one of Alec Soth's brilliant photographs from the profoundly beautiful Songbook series," the Pizzutis said in a press release.

Artists featured in the show include New York City-based printmaker and artist Glen Baldridge; Le Roy, New York furniture artist Wendell Castle; Brooklyn-based mixed-media artist Julia Chiang; London-based Israeli landscape artist Nogah Engler; Swedish painter Sara-Vide Ericson; Los Angeles painter Kim Fisher; London-based Israeli photographer/videographer Ori Gersht; New York City-based (and Alaska-born) mixed-media artist Caitlin Keogh; Saint Paul, Minnesota-based photographer Alec Soth; Tokyo-based digital artist Kazuki Umezawa; and New York-based digital artist Artie Vierkant.