ROGER BROWN VIRTUAL STILL LIFE

Roger Brown: Virtual Still Lifes brings together, for the first time, a vast grouping of the artist’s “Virtual Still Life” paintings (1995–97) made near the end of his career. By positioning these works alongside others that highlight their development, including early paintings demonstrating his interest in the stage and installations conveying the centrality of collecting to [...]

Centennial Celebration of Pierre Soulages

Lévy Gorvy is pleased to announce Pierre Soulages: A Century, an exhibition celebrating the 100th birthday of France’s foremost living artist through a presentation of works spanning his career from the 1950s to today. On view from September 5 through October 26, 2019, this focused survey explores the artist’s enduring role in the dialogue between European and American [...]

PAINTINGS & SCULPTURES AT SKARSTEDT ON THE UPPER EAST SIDE

The 64th street location of the gallery Skarstedt -- has presented a summer show with several artists that will close this Friday. Very colorful. The artists include: George Condo, Eric Fischl, Fischli & Weiss, Mark Grotjahn, KAWS, Martin Kippenberger, Albert Oehlen, Sigmar Polke, Richard Prince, and Christopher Wool Skarstedt was founded in 1994 by Per [...]

THE FEEL OF A PLACE

  Gail Biederman has created The Feel of a Place from materials ranging from yarn and felt to nails, each tailored and arranged to evoke different elements of Brooklyn’s waterfront. Industrial felt represents the historically industrial landscape around piers, for example, while intersecting lines of felt mimic subway lines and other travel routes. Viewers may also notice the [...]

INTRICACIES: FRAGMENT AND MEANING

Aicon Gallery presents Intricacies: Fragment and Meaning, an ambitious group exhibition that brings together artists who scrutinize the milieu and distill from it modes of production that are both ordered and complex. Saba Qizilbash and Faiza Butt from Pakistan, Rina Banerjee and Mequitta Ahuja from the US and Peju Alatise from Nigeria offer works that [...]

BRAZILIAN MODERN: THE LIVING ART

The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) presents Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx, celebrating influential Brazilian modernist artist, landscape architect, and plant explorer and conservationist Roberto Burle Marx, from June 8 through September 29, 2019. NYBG’s largest botanical exhibition ever, it is also the first to combine a horticultural tribute to Burle [...]

FARAH ATASSI PAINTINGS

  Almine Rech is pleased to present the first exhibition of Farah Atassi with the gallery. The exhibition will be on view through July 26, 2019. Below is an interview between Farah Atassi and Eric Troncy, director of Consortium Museum (Dijon, France) where the artist will have a solo exhibition later this year in November. [...]

ALLAN SEKULA : LABOR’S RESISTANCE

“Beware: A Worker’s Defeat Has Been Converted Into An Artwork” - Allan Sekula, This Ain’t China (1974) Following an inaugural exhibition of Allan Sekula at the London gallery this spring, Marian Goodman Gallery New York is pleased to announce an upcoming summer show of work by Allan Sekula (1951-2013), which constitutes the largest presentation on [...]

SUMMER EXHIBITIONS

Andrew Edlin Gallery was established in 2001 in a loft space in Chelsea with a program focused on outsider artists. In 2002, the gallery relocated to 20th Street and received acclaim for being the first to exhibit the works of legendary Swiss artist Hans Krüsi (1920 – 1995) in North America. In 2006, the gallery [...]

DOUBLE VISION

Leila Heller presents the opening of her new show, titled DOUBLE VISION, curated by Jane Holzer. DOUBLE VISION features a collection of artworks by world-renowned and established artists exhibited as juxtapositions to one another in a display of doubles, or paired works. Considered, ‘the girl who reigned 1964’ by Tom Wolf when she was just 24 years old, [...]

STEVEN PARRINO

Skarstedt is pleased to present Steven Parrino: Paintings & Drawings 1986 – 2003, an exhibition marking the first solo exhibition of Parrino’s work at Skarstedt, on view from May 13 – July 15, 2019 at the second and newly opened Upper East Side location at 19 East 64th Street, New York. Radical in both popular [...]

THE SELF-PORTRAIT, FROM SCHIELE TO BECKMANN

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBOlOxu9Qk8 “The Self-Portrait, from Schiele to Beckmann” is an unprecedented exhibition that examines works primarily from Austria and Germany made between 1900 and 1945. This groundbreaking show is unique in its examination and focus on works of this period. Approximately 70 self-portraits by more than 30 artists—both well-known figures and others who deserve greater recognition—will be [...]

SIMONE LEIGH ‘S BLACK FEMALE BUST ON THE HIGH LINE

For the inaugural High Line Plinth, Simone Leigh presents Brick House, a sixteen-foot-tall bronze bust of a Black woman. The torso is a combination of the forms of a skirt and a clay house. The figure will stand tall and monumental atop the Plinth, gazing resolutely down 10th Avenue. Brick House‘s head is crowned with an [...]

AMERIKA AT METRO PICTURES

Robert Longo’s Amerika marks the beginning of a two-part exhibition by the artist and is a continuation of his Destroyer Cycle series, an investigation into the politics of power, futility, and aggression. Longo will open the second part of the exhibition, Fugitive Images, in November at Metro Pictures. Amerika consists of three large-scale works that [...]

DAVID ZWIRNER PRESENTS DANGEROUS LIASIONS

David Zwirner is pleased to present Dangerous Liaisons, an exhibition of new works by Chris Ofili, on view at the gallery’s 34 East 69th Street location, in New York. The show marks the artist’s fourth solo presentation with the gallery. The title of the exhibition references René Magritte’s eponymous painting of 1935, which Ofili explores [...]

SURREALISM IN MEXICO

Di Donna Galleries announces Surrealism in Mexico, an exhibition that explores the robust creative moment that emerged between 1940 and 1955 as an international community of artists fled World War II in Europe and settled in Mexico. There, many principles that had defined the Surrealist movement were broadened and transformed in response to a new topography, [...]

NEW WORKS BY FRANK STELLA

Marianne Boesky Gallery presents an exhibition of recent sculptures by renowned artist Frank Stella. Ranging from the monumental to the intimately-scaled, the featured sculptures capture Stella’s ongoing exploration of the spatial relationships between abstract and geometric forms and the ways in which they behave in and engage with physical space. In these newest works, Stella [...]

WARHOL WOMEN

    Lévy Gorvy Gallery presents Warhol Women, an exhibition devoted exclusively to Andy Warhol’s portraits of women from the early 1960s through the 1980s. On view from April 25 through June 15 at Lévy Gorvy’s landmark building on Madison Avenue, the selection of paintings, covering the full scope of Warhol’s career, invites the viewer to [...]

DARKENING

Real is a contentious word. What can be considered real or verified does not necessarily mean that it is recognized or acknowledged on a micro or macro level. There are many different ways to interrogate or locate a subject. One should take into account the lens by which we think of the idea of a [...]

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT — JIM HODGES

  Jim Hodges was born in Spokane, Washington and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Fort Wright College in 1980. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, in 1986. That year he met art collector Elaine Dannheisser who let him use a studio in the [...]

NEO RAUCH: AUS DEM BODEN/From the Floor

The Drawing Center presents Neo Rauch: Aus dem Boden / From the Floor, the first exhibition entirely devoted to his drawings in the United States. Neo Rauch is one of the best-known artists from the Leipzig school in Germany. His psychologically complex paintings have been widely collected and written about for more than twenty years. Featuring [...]

NICK BRANDT

      Edwynn Houk Gallery presents This Empty World (2018), a new series by contemporary artist Nick Brandt. The artist’s first body of work in color, This Empty World is a blazoning exploration of the vulnerability of animals and humans in an era of environmental degradation. This exhibition marks the series’ U.S. debut. Brandt’s vision communicates the [...]

INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT — Hans Op de Beeck: The Conversation

In ‘The Conversation’ Hans Op de Beeck’s 5th solo exhibition at Galerie Krinzinger, the artist brings together new sculpted characters, which evince a great sense of recognizability and everydayness in their pose and appearance. Hans Op de Beeck started to sculpt the human figure a few years ago, in addition to creating large and immersive [...]

VIETNAMESE CERAMICS — John R. Menke Collection

The history of Vietnamese ceramic traditions reflects the complex history of Vietnam itself. Early on, during a millennium of rule by China, northern Vietnamese potters learned from China’s ceramic technology even as the region incorporated aspects of Chinese culture. With the independent dynasties of Ly (1009–1225) and Tran (1225–1400), experimentation with new forms and approaches [...]

JULIA IBBINI AT JONATHAN LEVINE PROJECTS IN JERSEY CITY

Julia Ibbini is a digital and mixed media artist based in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. She is of dual-nationality (Jordanian-British) but has spent most of her life in the UAE. Her work combines contemporary digital design and traditional craftsmanship with extreme intricacy to create pieces that articulate themes of identity, place and [...]

ZOBOP (Viridescent) Permanent installation at Anton Kern Gallery

  James Lambie (born 1964 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a contemporary visual artist, and was shortlisted for the 2005 Turner Prize with an installation called Mental Oyster. Jim Lambie graduated from the Glasgow School of Art (1990-1994) with a 2:1 Honors Bachelor of Arts degree. He lives and works in Glasgow, and also operates as a [...]

FRITZ ASCHER EXPRESSIONIST

Fritz Ascher (1893–1970) belongs to Germany’s “Lost Generation”—artists whose careers were interrupted or destroyed by the Nazi terror regime and whose works remain under-recognized. Comprising some 75 paintings and works on paper, Fritz Ascher: Expressionist is the first American solo retrospective to showcase this artist’s bold, colorful oeuvre, which features early academic studies and figural compositions [...]

TOMIMOTO KENKICHI at Joan B Mirviss Gallery

Remarkably, despite the popularity of modern Japanese ceramics in the West, Tomimoto Kenkichi is relatively unknown. In Japan, however, he is revered as the father of the field. Without him, Japan would not be in the preeminent position as champion of contemporary clay art that it is today. This exhibition along with the publication, Vessel [...]

USELESS: MACHINES FOR DREAMING AT THE BRONX MUSEUM

  The Bronx Museum of the Arts is pleased to present , on view from March 27, 2019 through September 1, 2019. The group show will feature works by artists Jairo Alfonso, Wim Delvoye, Juan Downey, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Algis Griškevičius, Shih Chieh Huang, José Iraola, William Kentridge, Chico MacMurtrie, Stefana McClure, Arnaldo [...]

INDIA’S FRENCH CONNECTION

DAG is presenting India’s French Connection: Indian Artists in France at their New York gallery through May 2019. The exhibition surveys the many Indian artists who lived and worked in Paris from 1920-1980, and explores the influence of French artistic movements on the development of Indian modern and contemporary art. The show includes a vast [...]

CLOSING EXHIBITION — MATHIAS GOERITZ:METACHROMATIC

This exhibition brings together a selection of metal relief panels, sculptures, photographs, prints and paintings that demonstrate the artist’s career-long occupation with the physicality achieved through the application of light and color onto geometric and organic forms. Henrique Faria Fine Art is presenting the first exhibition of the work of Mathias Goeritz (1915-1990) in the [...]

MARTHA ROSLER — FIVE DECADES

    The Jewish Museum presented Martha Rosler: Irrespective, a survey exhibition of the work of the influential artist Martha Rosler through March 3, 2019. Rosler is considered one of the strongest and most resolute artistic voices  of her generation; she is also a prolific writer, lecturer, professor, and advocate for social justice. She skillfully employs diverse [...]

URBAN REQUIEM

Galerie Lelong & Co. is presenting Urban Requiem, Barthélémy Toguo’s first exhibition at the gallery and first solo exhibition in New York in a decade. The artist will be present for the opening reception. A Cameroonian artist based in France, Toguo focuses his multimedia practice on notions of exile and belonging. Urban Requiem (2015) presents an [...]

JENNIFER STEINKAMP, IMPEACH

A pioneer in the field of 3D animation, Jennifer Steinkamp works exclusively in digital media, using computer technology to render organic and abstract forms in motion. These immersive installations are projected at a large scale and in response to the architectural interiors in which they appear, altering the viewer’s experience of space and time. The [...]

ASIA WEEK NY PICK — CAPTIVE ARTIST: WATERCOLORS BY KAKUNEN TSURUOKA

State of the Arts NYC spent two days previewing exhibitions for Asia Week NY. One of our favorites was Captive Artist: Watercolors by Kakunen Tsuruoka (1892–1977), an exhibition featuring landscape paintings produced while the artist was confined to Poston Camp III, part of the Colorado River Relocation Center in Arizona and one of the ten camps [...]

JUDY PFAFF

    Often considered a pioneer of installation art, Judy Pfaff’s limitlessly innovative work evades categorization and breaks boundaries. In the early 1970s, while she was enrolled in the painting MFA program at Yale, renowned artist Al Held became her lifelong mentor and encouraged her to move beyond the limitations of the picture plane—an idea [...]

SAM MOYER: NAKED AS THE GLASS

Sam Moyer: Naked as the Glass February 21 – March 16, 2019 Installation view of Sam Moyer: Naked as the Glass at Sean Kelly, New York February 21 - March 16, 2019 Photography: JSP Art Photography Courtesy: Sean Kelly, New York SELECTED WORKS    Special presentation of new glass works by Sam Moyer on view at [...]

SOLO SHOW FOR JAN-OLE SCHIEMANN AT THE PAUL KASMIN GALLERY

Kasmin is pleased to present A Different Pose, the gallery’s first solo exhibition of new paintings by Cologne-based artist Jan-Ole Schiemann. Schiemann’s paintings are grounded in both gestural abstraction and the history of 20th century animation, aspects that combine to imbue his work with a rare sense of kinetic energy. Half-formed, simultaneously disappearing and reappearing [...]

JAMES VAN DERZEE — STUDIO EXHIBITION AT HOWARD GREENBERG GALLERY

James Van Der Zee, the celebrated African American photographer whose studio was at the crossroads of the Harlem Renaissance, depicted the lives of black New Yorkers for decades. Forty of his influential portraits will be on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery from March 7- April 27, 2019. Spanning the 1920s through the 1950s, James Van [...]

DAVID HAMMONDS & FRIENDS AT THE TILTON GALLERY

  Tilton Gallery is thrilled to present an exhibition of Unseen Works: David Hammons and Friends that opened February 26th and runs through April 20th. Unseen Works presents a selection of works that have not been viewed in public for many years, some not since the early seventies, and in some cases, ever. Central to [...]

CARRIE MOYER AT THE ART SHOW

DC Moore Gallery is proud to present Carrie Moyer: More Joy, a one-person booth of recent paintings by Carrie Moyer. Carrie Moyer’s paintings extend the narrative of American Abstraction while engaging the legacies of its key female figures, including Georgia O’Keeffe, Helen Frankenthaler, and Elizabeth Murray. The work is both knowing and playful. Some pieces [...]

WORKS ON PAPER & SCULPTURE BY ANN CHRISTOPHER

          Marking the gallery’s 2019 expansion, Rosenberg & Co. presents Ann Christopher: Edge and Line, open to the public from Friday, March 1, 2019 through Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 19 East 66th St. on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Rosenberg’s expansion to the building’s second floor offers the opportunity to build [...]

DARK SPRING –an exhibition at Sargent’s Daughters

Sargent's Daughters is pleased to present Dark Spring a group exhibition of ceramics, works on paper and paintings by Shary Boyle, Sarah Slappey and Brandi Twilley. The exhibition takes its title from Unica Zürn’s 1967 short novel of the same name, which traces the erotic awakening and subsequent suicide of a young girl.  Zürn’s nameless heroine is [...]

NARI WARD’S 1ST MUSEUM RETROSPECTIVE IN NYC

  In his 25 years of living and working in Harlem, the Jamaican artist Nari Ward has collected and accumulated a mind-boggling amount of stuff. Mundane items, scavenged objects, street trash, construction debris, bits of infrastructure, textiles of every description: these are the raw materials of Ward’s work, which, starting today, takes over the three [...]

ARMORY SHOW 2019

        The Armory Show’s 2019 edition will present 194 galleries from 33 countries, bringing together an unparalleled presentation of international galleries in central Manhattan. Staged at Piers 92 & 94, the upcoming fair will feature a diverse breadth of compelling artworks—from new discoveries to historical masterpieces. The Armory Show, supported by Lead [...]

THE QUIET EVOLUTION OF BEAUFORD DELANEY

"Keep the faith and trust in so far as possible. Love humility and don't mind the insinuations that cause sorrow...and loneliness and limitations. We learn self-reliance and to hear the voice of God, too...and how to...not break but bend gently. Learning to love is learning to suffer deeply and with quietness." Beauford Delaney Beauford Delaney [...]

JAMES WELLING

David Zwirner is pleased to present Transform, an exhibition of recent work by American photographer James Welling at the gallery’s Upper East Side location in New York through Februrary 16th. The three bodies of work on view—Julia Mamaea (2018–ongoing),Bodies (2014–ongoing), and Chemical (2010–ongoing)—were created by the artist using unorthodox photographic procedures. Moving between abstraction and [...]

MARC NEWSON

 Gagosian presents new works by designer Marc Newson. This is Newson’s first exhibition of limited-edition furniture pieces in more than a decade. From the outset of his singular career, Newson has pursued parallel activities in limited and mass production of functional design objects. From the iconic Lockheed Lounge (1986) to the streamlined Extruded Tables and Voronoi [...]

ATHENA FILM FESTIVAL FEBRUARY 28TH – MARCH 3RD 2019

The ninth annual festival, co-founded by the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College and Women and Hollywood, will take place February 28 to March 3, 2019, at Barnard College in New York City. AFF showcases films, television and content that tell the extraordinary stories of fierce and fearless female leaders from all walks [...]

MEXICAN INFLUENCE ON THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE

Miguel Covarrubias also known as Jose Miguel Covarrubias Duclaud (November 22, 1904 -- February 4, 1957) was a Mexican painter, caricaturist, illustrator, ethnologist and art historian. Young Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias appeared on the New York art scene in the 1920s, and his skill as a portrait artist and celebrity caricaturist quickly made him a [...]