David Zwirner Gallery presents Frank Walter

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of work by Antiguan artist, writer, and polymath Frank Walter (1926–2009) at the gallery’s East 69th Street location in New York, curated by Hilton Als. This focused exhibition follows the solo show of Walter’s work presented at David Zwirner London in 2021 as well as the celebrated…

Nathan Ng Catlin

“Catlin is interested in the complex narratives that arise from distinctions (culture, views on morality, etc.) that bring people together and separate them. His work is representational and figurative, featuring human interactions that draw inspiration from classical paintings, comic books, and tattoos”. Davidson Gallery presents What Goes on Behind a Windowpane, an exhibition of new work…

Asia Society Museum Presents Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians—The Mohammed Afkhami Collection

Asia Society Museum presents Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians—The Mohammed Afkhami Collection, an exhibition of works by more than 20 Iranian-born artists and one German-born artist, reflecting a dynamic and thriving contemporary arts scene. The exhibition, illuminating the multifaceted experiences and identities of artists spanning three generations who are working inside and outside of Iran,…

Discovering Viceregal Latin American Treasures

Colnaghi gallery and Jaime Eguiguren Art & Antiques are delighted to present Discovering Viceregal Latin American Treasures, a survey exhibition that brings together more than a hundred works of art from the Viceregal period (c. 1520 – 1820). The Old Master works in the exhibition date from the 17th to 18th century, and are comprised of paintings, sculptures, chests,…

ADMIRING ANTHONY MCCALL

Anthony McCall (b. St Paul’s Cray, 1946) lives and works in Manhattan. Occupying a space between sculpture, cinema and drawing, his work’s historical importance has been recognized in such exhibitions as “Into the Light: the Projected Image in American Art 1964-77,” Whitney Museum of American Art (2001-2); “The Expanded Screen: Actions and Installations of the…

Photography by Sebastiao Salgado

Sebastião Salgado is a Brazilian photojournalist whose black-and-white prints capture natural environments and the people who inhabit them. He uses his images as a means of promoting preservation, as is the focus of his project GENESIS (2004–2011). Salgado’s documentation of unblemished landscapes, wildlife, and indigenous communities demonstrate how urgently the need is to protect these…

CARAVALHO PARK GALLERY IN BROOKLYN

CARVALHO PARK announces the first exhibition of Paris-based artist, designer and architect, Garance Vallée, in the United States. Portrait de Famille, a solo exhibition, features a suite of paintings, drawings and sculptures – of Vallée’s distinct and indelible language – opening on February 13. Portrait de Famille, will be on view at Carvalho Park in…

ANIMATION FIRST 2021

Animation First is the only film festival in the US dedicated to the unparalleled legacy and enduring ingenuity of France’s animation studios and schools. Today, France is Europe’s largest producer and the world’s third-largest exporter of animated film. Since its early beginnings in the late 19th century when Émile Reynaud projected his Pantomimes Lumineuses at…

APAP Conference starts today

APAP Announces Programming Highlights for APAP|NYC+ 2021, 64th Annual Performing Arts Conference and First-Ever Held Entirely Online, January 8-12, 2021 Dr. Anthony Fauci, Yo-Yo Ma, and Other Luminaries to Tackle Issues Key in the Industry’s Recovery: Health, Advocacy, Anti-Racism, and the Climate Crisis The Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) has important programming highlights for…

Jackie Saccoccio — Abstract gestural painter

Jackie Saccoccio (December 16, 1963 – December 4, 2020) was an American abstract painter who focused on gestural abstraction creating spontaneous abstract works with a focus on bright colors, large canvases, and deliberately introduced randomness. Her works have been displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and the…

Onishi Gallery Show–Four Elements in Japanese Arts: Earth, Air, Fire and Water

Onishi Gallery is proud to present Four Elements in Japanese Arts: Earth, Air, Fire and Water – a stunning exhibitiThe on that showcases the technical mastery of Contemporary Japanese metalwork artists. For generations upon generations, Japanese people have appreciated and incorporated natural elements into their everyday lives. They have adorned the interiors of their homes with natural…