THE LEGACY OF HELIO OITICICA

               Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium is the first full-scale U.S. retrospective in two decades of the Brazilian artist’s work. One of the most original artists of the twentieth century, Oiticica (1937—1980) made art that awakens us to our bodies, our senses, our feelings about being in the world:… Continue reading THE LEGACY OF HELIO OITICICA

NEW SHOW ON ALEXANDER CALDER

    Calder: Hypermobility focuses on the extraordinary breadth of movement and sound in the work of Alexander Calder. This exhibition brings together a rich constellation of key sculptures and provides a rare opportunity to experience the works as the artist intended—in motion. Regular activations will occur in the galleries, revealing the inherent kinetic nature… Continue reading NEW SHOW ON ALEXANDER CALDER

WHITNEY BIENNIAL 2017/NEW HOME

                            This is the 78th in the Museum’s series of Annual and Biennial exhibitions inaugurated in 1932 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. Scott Rothkopf, the Whitney’s Deputy Director for Programs and Nancy and Steve Crown Family Chief Curator, said, “With the opening of the new building,… Continue reading WHITNEY BIENNIAL 2017/NEW HOME

UPCOMING 2017 ART FAIRS & BIENNIALS

                        The New Year kicks off with an interesting blend of music & art. The City hosts the APAP conference along with the Prototype Festival which focuses on a hybrid of opera and theater with a modern, contemporary twist. Then we have the NYC… Continue reading UPCOMING 2017 ART FAIRS & BIENNIALS

DREAMLANDS AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM

        After Oskar Schlemmer (1888–1943), Das Triadische Ballett [Triadic Ballet], 1970. 35mm film transferred to video, color, sound; 29 min. Courtesy Global Screen, Munich. Produced by Bavaria Atelier for the Südfunk, Stuttgart, in collaboration with Inter Nationes and RTB (Belgian Television)Director: Helmut Amann. Choreography and costume designs: Oskar Schlemmer, 1922. The Whitney Museum of American… Continue reading DREAMLANDS AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM

CARMEN HERRERA AT THE WHITNEY

                  CARMEN HERRERA: LINES OF SIGHT SEPT 16, 2016–JAN 2, 2017 After six decades of very private painting, Ms. Herrera sold her first artwork five years ago, at 89. Since that first sale in 2004, collectors have avidly pursued Ms. Herrera, and her radiantly ascetic paintings have entered the permanent collections of institutions… Continue reading CARMEN HERRERA AT THE WHITNEY