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 distance between audience and artwork.
The show is held at the historic Farley Post Office on 31st Street and 8th Ave, across from Madison Square Garden.
Artists include Nancy Barton, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Stefan Bondell, Carol Bove, Joe Bradley, Cecily Brown, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Daniel Buren, Francesco Clemente, Dan Colen, George Condo, Jesse Edwards, Urs Fischer, Ron Gorchov, Mark Grotjahn, Alex Israel, Sergej Jensen, Rashid Johnson, Terence Koh, Harmony Korine, Sean Landers, Hanna Liden, Nate Lowman, Piero Manzoni, McDermott & McGough, Adam McEwen, Bjarne Melgaard, Pablo Picasso, Theo Rosenblum, David Salle, Borna Sammak, Julian Schnabel Josh Smith, Dash Snow, Betty Tompkins, Oscar Tuazon and Andy Warhol.
The Future Moynihan Station
421 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10199
through June 4, 2013