303 Gallery is proud to present Design Office: The City Is A Garden, our first solo exhibition of new works by Kim Gordon.
In this new body of work, Gordon's primary concern is the radical change in the landscape of New York City over the past several years. For the past 20 years Chelsea has been a center of urban renovation, including the opening of the highline in 2009. Small parks appear randomly i...
3A Gallery is pleased to announce Jef Geys: Some Paintings from Belgium. On view are ten Martin Douven paintings from the collection of Felipe Perez. The exhibit includes ten prints, on loan from the Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, depicting the various international contexts of this set of paintings’ exhibition history. Jef Geys has produced a Kempens Informatieboek for t...
The paintings by Darrell Nettles in Broken Verse are ergodic in the deepest and most satisfying sense of the word: although they require a great deal of effort to unlock their secrets, the engagement they demand makes an encounter with them a rich and rewarding experience. Nettles’ linguistic impressionism employs the gravid ambiguity of language to reveal its deeper treasures; his visual medita...
ACA Galleries, Est 1932
529 West 20th Street (5th floor), bt 10th and 11th Ave
New York, NY 10011
June 11th - July 31st
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Bradley Theodore and Antoine Verglas
June 11 through July 31, 2015
New York, NY - ACA Galleries is pleased to announce its forthcoming exhibition, RAW BEAUTY: Bradley Theodore and Antoine Verglas, on view June 11 through July 31, 2015. The focus of the exhibition is a collaborative series between celebrated artist Bradley Theodore and renowned photographer Antoine Verglas that c...
AICON GALLERY - New York
east village/lower east side
35 Great Jones Street
New York, NY 10012
June 17th - July 18th
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Aicon Gallery is proud to present the second major exhibition held in New York of the work of Sadequain, Pakistan’s most renowned and celebrated modernist painter. The exhibition includes rare works painted and left behind by the artist in Paris during the late 1960s. This body of work, now known as The Lost Exhibition, evinces Sadequain’s radically innovative calligraphic style of the perio...
Most self-taught artists can be perceived as performance artists. Their work is infused with daily rituals, public actions, gestures, and enactments, defining a lifelong artistic practice for which the curtain never comes down. Beyond paintings and sculpture, the exhibition includes ceremonial clothes, kinetic apparatuses, ephemeral installations, writings, fragments of ever-changing constructions...
kaufmann repetto is happy to announce Nicola Martini’s first solo exhibition in New York.
Nicola Martini’s practice is characterized by an intrinsic dualism in which empirical research and ritual coexist.
Ancestral procedures such as baking, mixing and melting take Nicola Martini’s work to a sort of ground zero of sculpture, in which the artist allows the physical properties of the s...
Andrew Kreps Gallery is pleased to present new paintings by Ruth Root, the New York-based artist’s sixth solo exhibition with the gallery.
Ruth Root’s new works are two-fold, encompassing both a designed and digitally printed fabric and a painted, shaped Plexiglas element. Root distills abstraction to its components, color, shape, mark, and material, treating each work as its own sit...
In his seventh exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery, German video and collage artist Marcel Odenbach presents five large works on paper along with a group of objects. The eye-catching centerpiece is a portrait of rapper and songwriter Tupac Shakur (1971-1996), surrounded by images of shrubs and trees in urban green areas, a pair of gardener’s overalls drying on a clothesline, and five collaged...
Berkenblit's practice hovers between representation and abstraction, often presenting the female figure experiencing a realm of imaginative explosion and escape. Through her unpredictable application of paint, she presents private and flirtatious worlds, where girls can be ladies and ladies can be women—or somewhere in between. Her subjects capture a playful and sinister balance of eroticism a...
An Unsolicited Proposal Program winning exhibition.Learn more about the Unsolicited Proposal Program.
In the wake of recent events such as Edward Snowden exposing NSA’s egregious breach of personal privacy and accusations of social media platforms such as Facebook controlling personal information, contemporary global citizens have come to realize that society has been re-constructed as a pan...
This exhibition was organized by The Burchfield Penney Art Center at the Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY
Charles Burchifeld is best known today for his fantastic watercolor landscapes, but from November 1921 to August 1929, he worked at the M. H. Birge & Sons Company, eventually becoming one of their best wallpaper designers. His designs were so highly regarded that they printed his name in the s...
Artists Space is to present the most comprehensive Tom of Finland survey exhibition to date, including more than 180 drawings, gouaches from the 1940s, over 300 pages of collages, as well as early childhood works.
Touko Laaksonen, aka Tom of Finland (1920, Kaarina – 1991, Helsinki), is considered to be the most iconic gay artist of the 20th century. In spite of his global status, his work,...
Inspired by Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot is part of a series of exhibitions that presents the work of New York City students created in response to the great artistic traditions of Asia. This year the exhibition presents student artwork inspired by the Asia Society fall 2014 exhibition Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot. By displaying these fresh interpretations of Asian arts, we hope to encourage other y...