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Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Claudia Joskowicz: Los Rastreadores (The Trackers)

LMAK Projects    east village/lower east side
298 Grand Street
New York, NY
December 13th - December 24th
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The first exhibit at LMAKgallery's new location at 298 Grand Street will be Claudia Joskowicz's two-screen video installation Los rastreadores (The Trackers). Joskowicz’s work looks at history and its repercussions on landscape. In her videos and installations, the viewer’s gaze is directed to the physical movement of the camera through a cinematic space where historic events and personal...   [more]

Opening: December 13th   4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Angel Otero: New Paintings

Lehmann Maupin - Chrystie Street    east village/lower east side
201 Chrystie Street
New York, NY 10002
November 7th - December 31st
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For his third solo exhibition with Lehmann Maupin, Puerto Rican artist Angel Otero will present a group of new paintings. Dedicated to continuing the tradition of abstraction, Otero is an innovator in the genre. He begins with a reference to an object or image that holds personal or historical significance, and then abstracts the reference through his process-based approach, resulting in work...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Ling Jian: Nature Chain

Klein Sun Gallery    chelsea
525 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011
November 19th - December 23rd
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Klein Sun Gallery is pleased to announce “Nature Chain,” the first solo show in the U.S. by Ling Jian, on view from November 19 through December 23, 2015. For the past two decades, Ling has explored the complex portrayals of woman-as-subject in his oil paintings which are hybrids of Eastern and Western aesthetics. In “Nature Chain,” an exhibition three years in...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Kay WalkingStick: New Paintings

June Kelly Gallery    soho
166 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012
November 19th - January 5th, 2016
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An exhibition of new paintings by Kay WalkingStick – alluring vistas the artist describes as a kind of cloud atlas -- will open at the June Kelly Gallery on November 19, 2015. The exhibition will remain on view through January 5, 2016. WalkingStick, who visited the Atlantic shore all of her life never thought it possible to actually paint it. “I decided to try and found it very beau...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Jeff Williams: Bending Moment

Jack Hanley Gallery- New York    east village/lower east side
327 Broome Street
New York, NY 10002
November 22nd - December 20th
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All of them were in the form of regular geometric solids: spheres, tetrahedrons, cubes, cones and so on… There were tori, solid crosses, and even something that looked like a Mobius strip… the solids filled more than half the sky, as though a giant child had emptied a box of building blocks… Then, all the geometric solids began to deform. They gradually lost their reg...   [more]

Opening: November 22nd   6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Group Show: Commedia: New Prints 2015/Autumn

IPCNY International Print Center New York    chelsea
508 W.26th St. Rm 5A
New York, NY 10001
November 19th - January 16th, 2016
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International Print Center New York presents Commedia: New Prints 2015/Autumn from November 19 – January 16, 2016 in its gallery at 508 West 26th St, 5th Floor. Commedia was selected by Tomas Vu, artist and Artistic Director of the Leroy Neiman Center for Print Studies (NY). The exhibition consists of sixty-eight prints by sixty artists selected from over 2,000 submissions. On view during IPCNY&r...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Vaginal Davis: Come On Daughter Save Me

Invisible-Exports    east village/lower east side
89 Eldridge Stret
New York, NY 10002
212 226 5447
November 20th - December 20th
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INVISIBLE-EXPORTS is proud to present Come On Daughter Save Me, an exhibition of new work by Vaginal Davis, running concurrently with her performance The Magic Flute at NYU’s 80WSE Gallery. The gender-queer art-music icon Vaginal Davis likes to say she was “hatched” in Los Angeles, where she was also “born and braised,” a “doyenne of intersexed outsider art.&rdqu...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Gina Osterloh: Solo Exhibition

Higher Pictures    upper east side
980 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10075
November 12th - December 19th
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Opening: Thursday, November 12, 6 - 8pm Higher Pictures presents the work of Los Angeles-based artist Gina Osterloh. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York. Osterloh’s interdisciplinary practice brings together photography, drawing, film, and performance to explore the resonances between the physical form and its representational imprint, trace, or stand-in. Her work i...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Linda McCartney, Mary McCartney: Linda McCartney and Mary McCartney: Mother Daughter

Gagosian Gallery 976 Madison Avenue    upper east side
976 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10075
November 20th - December 19th
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My mother shaped my view of the world and inspired me to embrace spontaneity and capture the unforced. To show with her is such an honor for me and validates my journey as a photographer. —Mary McCartney Gagosian New York is pleased to announce the special exhibition “Linda McCartney and Mary McCartney: Mother Daughter.” Exhibited together for the first time, the photographs of the lat...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Cary Smith: Solo Exhibition

Fredericks & Freiser    chelsea
536 W 24th St.
New York, NY
November 19th - January 9th, 2016
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Opening reception: Thursday, November19 from 6 to 8 pmThe gallery will be closed from December 24, 2015 – January 4, 2016 Fredericks & Freiser is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new paintings by Cary Smith. Smith’s hard-edged abstract paintings find their individual character from their highly intuitive color interactions, boldly direct paint application, and hand-painted precisio...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Miranda Lichtenstein: more Me than mine Miranda Lichtenstein

Elizabeth Dee Gallery    chelsea
545 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
November 21st - December 19th
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Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Ralph Eugene Meatyard: Solo Exhibition

DC Moore Gallery    chelsea
535 West 22nd Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10019
212 247 2111
November 19th - December 23rd
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DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of photographs by Ralph Eugene Meatyard (1925-1972). In the space of just twenty-two years, this self-taught photographer created a mesmerizing oeuvre rich in formal, conceptual, and technical innovation that remained rooted in the experience of family life and the landscape of Kentucky. This exhibition will consist of forty photographs highlighting Me...   [more]

Featured-02d118e1f22c858239de6a0f4a26280b Larissa Bates, Robin Cameron, Liz Glynn, Robert Kushner, Rachel Owens, Reed Seifer, Barbara Takenaga, Darren Waterston: Alchemy

DC Moore Gallery    chelsea
535 West 22nd Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10019
212 247 2111
November 19th - December 23rd
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DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present a curated group exhibition titled Alchemy including works by Larissa Bates, Liz Glynn, Robin Cameron, Robert Kushner, Rachel Owens, Reed Seifer, Barbara Takenaga, and Darren Waterston. The exhibition will be on view in the project space from November 19th through December 23rd, 2015. The practice of alchemy, a precursor to modern chemistry, was a deep phil...   [more]

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