• Brian Morris Gallery: Genius of Love

      Tuesday, 28 May 2013 21:38

      Genius of Love, curated by Jason Stopa, brings together a group of contemporary painters. Many of these works, both abstract and figurative, relish in hybrid painting techniques. Using varying approaches, the works allude to painting as love. Genius of Love includes Rick Briggs, Jaqueline Cedar, Farrell Brickhouse, Shara Hughes, EJ Hauser, Emily Noelle Lambert and Andrea […]

    • Don Voisine at McKenzie Fine Art

      Monday, 27 May 2013 09:12

      McKenzie Fine Art presents work by Don Voisine, best known for his hard-edged oil abstractions on wood panels. The compositions are muscular and elegant with rich surfaces, nuanced black tones varying from piece to piece. Working within a characteristically narrow structure of compositional elements, Voisine is able to squeeze an unbelievable amount of mileage out […]

    • Simon Hantai at Paul Kasmin

      Friday, 24 May 2013 09:26

      Paul Kasmin Gallery presents never before seen works by Hungarian-born artist Simon Hantai. Hantai’s work can be distinguished by his signature technique “pillage,” or folded, tied, and dyed un-stretched canvas. His work  interplays between positive and negative space, resulting in both geometric and botanical patterns. A massive figure in Europe, his work deserves more recognition […]

    • Tauba Auerbach: Tetrachromat

      Wednesday, 22 May 2013 21:29

      Drawing inspiration from mathematics and physics, Tauba Auerbach investigates surface and topology issues through paintings, drawings, photographs, and artists books. The title of the exhibition, Tetrachromat, refers to a particular condition of color information conveyance. Auerbach pushes the notion that most humans own the variable capable of modulating colors to form the visible spectrum apparent […]

    • DSM-V at The Future Moynihan Station

      Wednesday, 22 May 2013 09:28

        Vito Schnabel presents a collection of artwork from mid-century to present day working artists whose projects raise questions about the norms of conventional perception and behavior. DSM-V, the exhibition’s title, is short for The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Hovering over this exhibition is a reflection on the collapsing […]

    • Publication Studio comes to Eyebeam

      Tuesday, 21 May 2013 18:01

      Non-profit art and technology center Eyebeam, is partnering up with Portland-based social publishing group, Publication Studio. Publication Studio’s micro-residency will last from May 16-23, events include; a panel and public discussion, Kristin Lucas’ book launch, and the exhibition REBIND where 42 iconic books will be rebound in covers created by a selection of exciting artists. […]

    • Vincent Como at Minus Space

      Monday, 20 May 2013 21:28

      Vincent Como has channeled John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost (1667) in his new series of black monochrome paintings. The small scale paintings are illuminated by varying numbers of candles installed on shelves below the paintings. Como uses classical oil painting methods which result in a highly reflective surface consequently exhibiting faint traces of heat, […]

    • Paul McCarthy at Hauser & Wirth

      Tuesday, 14 May 2013 19:15

      Paul McCarthy unleashes debauchery and desire with extreme technical daring, charting a territory where our fundamental impulses collide with our most cherished myths and hypocritical societal norms. Paul McCarthy Sculptures Hauser & Wirth 511 West 18th Street, NYC May 10 – June 1, 2013 Opening: May 10, 6 – 8 pm hauserwirth.com

    • Tom Shannon at Show Room

      Tuesday, 14 May 2013 19:08

      Employing hidden mechanisms, magnets, and motion in his sculptures, Tom Shannon explores the ways of the natural world. While underlining the fundamental conditions—gravity, weight, location, time—the works embody long study and share vast insight in a collection of deceptively simple motions. Tom Shannon: Nothing Show Room 170 Suffolk Street May 9 – June 9 Opening […]

    • Concrete Remains at Cristin Tierney

      Tuesday, 14 May 2013 18:58

      Concrete Remains examines Brazilian art of the 20th and 21st centuries, specifically Concrete art and Neoconcretism. Artworks by significant figures such as Amilcar de Castro and Hélio Oiticica will be juxtaposed with pieces by contemporary Brazilian artists. Participating artists:Geraldo de Barros, Sergio Camargo, Amilcar de Castro, Lygia Clark, Iran do Espirito Santo, Fernanda Gomes, Jac […]

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