Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present “I Talk with the Spirits”, an exhibition featuring the work of artists Thornton Dial, Jay Heikes, and Lee Mullican.
Cibelle Cavalli Bastos “A Thousand Ways to Kill a Monster” and “Prediction” at Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo
Cibelle Cavalli Bastos “A Thousand Ways to Kill a Monster”
Mendes Wood DM has the pleasure of presenting the exhibition “A Thousand Ways to Kill a Monster,” the first solo show by Cibelle Cavalli Bastos at the gallery.
Peres Projects is pleased to present “Wild Style: Exhibition of Figurative Art”, a group exhibition exploring depictions of the human figure by contemporary artists and unidentified African artists active from 200 BC to the present.
Lulu is proud to present Lulu co-founder Martín Soto Climent’s first retrospective, ever.
The hill will descend from the Arno down that cyprus road’s allées of blindsiding bosquets. Inverse dendochronologies ring the isolotto: a cloth-like waifish waver and ripples more minute than worsted. You could tell by that quixotic, ruffle-y feeling, wringing a thermokinematics of halsine affections – say(,) those harpies harping on. This sluice of social generosity Giambologna kept close to heart.
Betty Cuningham Gallery is pleased to open “Road Trip”, an exhibition of new paintings by Greg Drasler.
Pilar Corrias Gallery is pleased to present a two-person exhibition by Sam Lewitt and Lucy Raven, “Wild Sync & Weak Locals”.
Metro Pictures opens a survey show of photographs, films, and installation works by the renowned Dutch / Los Angeles artist Bas Jan Ader.
A show of negotiated relationships and unfocused descriptions.
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce the exhibition “New Landscapes” by Alex Katz.
A school featuring solo exhibitions by Camille Henrot, FORT, Meirion Ginsberg and a historical presentation.
Annka Kultys Gallery is pleased to present Zero Zero, a group exhibition curated by Arvida Byström, Ada Rajkovic and Molly Soda.
A collaboration between PSSST and Anna Betbeze, Jesse Fleming, Luis Flores, Deana Lawson, Keaton Macon, K.r.m. Mooney, Litia Perta, Barb Smith, and Dorian Wood.
A group show with Michael Assiff, Gina Beavers, Nicolas Deshayes, Travess Smalley, Philipp Timischl and Hayley Tompkins.
Curated by It’s Our Playground.
Central to Plamen Dejanoff’s current exhibition at Emanuel Layr Gallery is the project Plamen.
When it comes to “1887–2058”, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s radically unconventional, nonlinear retrospective, the way from Paris to Düsseldorf also involves time travel.
“The Arab Nude: The Artist as Awakener” conveys a number of different pictorial approaches to the genre of the Nude, as elaborated by several generations of Arab artists from Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Algeria, and Lebanon.