March 3, 2015

Art Fair Quiz: Spring/Break


Although the Spring/Break Art Show is known more for installations, dimly lit rooms and video projections, there were a fair number of paintings on the walls this year. Can you identify these? Send your answers to twocoatsofpaint@gmail.com with SPRING/BREAK QUIZ in the subject line. Whoever has the most correct answers will receive a post about his or her work or upcoming projects. Deadline: March 8, midnight. Get out there and see some art. Good luck!

 [Above: Image 1]

 Image 2

  Image 3

 Image 4

  Image 5

 Image 6

 Image 7

 Image 8

 Image 9

 Image 10

 Image 11

 Image 12

 Image 13

 Image 14

 Image 15

 Image 16

 Image 17

 Image 18

 Image 19

 Image 20

Image 21

"Spring/Break Art Show," New York City's curator-driven art fair during Armory Arts Week. Through March 8, 2015. Corner of W. 31st and 8th Avenue, in the old post office near Penn Station.

------

 Two Coats of Paint is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. For permission to use content beyond the scope of this license, permission is required.

March 3: Andrew Ginzel's list/ ART FAIR EDITION

SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / March 3, 2015  / Listed south to north. Compiled by artist Andrew Ginzel for his students at the School of Visual Arts. Note: Images have been selected by Two Coats of Paint.

[Image at top: Peter Scherrer, Pink Web, 2014, oil on burlap on panel, 16 x 20 inches. SEASON @ Volta]


THE ART FAIRS:
(VIP and benefit opening events not listed) Overall information: www.armoryartsweek.com
Art on Paper / Pier 36 East River; 299 South / www.thepaperfair.com / Friday 3/6 & Saturday 3/7, 11AM-7PM / Sunday 3/8, 11AM-6PM ($)
SALON ZURCHER / 33 Bleecker / www.galeriezurcher.com / Opening 3/2 5-8PM / Tue. 3/3- Sat. 3/7 Noon-8PM; Sunday 3/8 Noon-5 PM / FREE
PULSE / 125 W 18 / www.pulse-art.com / Thursday 3/5, 1-6 PM / Friday 3/6 & Saturday 3/7, 11 AM-8PM / Sunday 3/8: 11AM-5PM ($)
NEW CITY (Japanese) / HPGRP / 529 W 20 / www.newcityartfair.com /Opening 3/5: 7-9 PM; Thur.3/5-Sat.3/7: Noon-7PM Sun.3/8: Noon-6PM (FREE)
Independent / 548 W 22nd / www.independentnewyork.com / Opening Thur. 3/5: 6-8PM; Fri. 3/6-Sat. 3/7: Noon-7PM; Sun. 3/8: Noon-6PM ($)
CLIO / 508-526 W 26 / www.clioartfair.com / Friday 3/6, Saturday 3/7, Sunday 3/8 10AM-6PM / FREE
MOVING IMAGE / 269 11th Ave. @ 27-28 St. / www.moving-image.info / Opening 3/5 6-8 PM; Thur. 3/5- Sat.3/7: 11AM-8PM; Sun. 3/8: 11AM– 4PM (FREE)
SPRING BREAK / 307 W 31 / www.springbreakartshow.com / RSVP Preview 3/3 5-8 PM; Thur 3/5 – Sat 3/7 / Noon - 8 PM / Sunday 3/8 to 6PM ($)
SCOPE / 639 W 46 / www.scope-art.com / Friday, 3/6, 6 – 10PM / Saturday. 3/7 & Sunday, 3/8: 11AM – 8PM ($)
VOLTA / 12th Ave. @ 50, Pier 90 / www.ny.voltashow.com / Opening: Thur, 3/5: 6-8PM; Fri, 3/6-Sat, 3/7: Noon-8PM; Sun, 3/8: Noon - 7PM ($)
THE ARMORY SHOW / 12th Ave. @ 55th, Pier 92 & 94 / www.thearmoryshow.com / Thursday 3/5 – Sunday 3/8: Noon-7PM ($)
ADAA Art Show / Park Avenue Armory, Park Ave. at 67 / www.artdealers.org/artshow.html 3/4-3/8: Wed- Fri: 12-8PM Sat: 12-7 PM Sun: 12-5PM ($)

 Brian Wood, with Novella @ SALON ZÜRCHER Art Fair, a tiny fair that is always one of my favorites. This year Theodore:Art, Makebish, and a few other small galleries from around the world are on the roster. Highly recommended!

Brian Belott, "Unique Stone Calculator L" at the art fair where curators are in charge: Spring/Break Art Show. Highly recommended!

Transmitter Gallery, installation view @ BEAT NITE in Bushwick. A selection of galleries, curated by Hyperallergic's Ben Sutton, will stay open late on Friday night. After party at the Vazquez Building. Highly recommended!


LOWER EAST SIDE
Nancy Haynes / Regina Rex + (harbor) / 221 Madison (new location) / thru 4/5
Barb Choit; Erica Baum / Rawson Projects / 221 Madison (new location) / thru 3/15 Opening 3/5 (short run)
Andrew Norman Wilson / Chapter NY / 127 Henry / thru 3/29
Lee Hunter / R.Jampol / 191 Henry / thru 3/22
Ross Bleckner; Volker Eichelmann / Sargent’s Daughters / 179 East Broadway / thru 3/15
Spectors of Communism: Contemporary Russian Art curated by Boris Groys / e-flux / 311 East Broadway / thru 3/28
Nora Schultz / Reena Spaulings / 165 East Broadway / thru 3/22
Jef Geys / 3A / 179 Canal #3A / thru 4/? Opening 3/26
Donna Huanca / Sheftel / 24a Orchard / thru 3/8 (Performances 3/8 @ 3-6 PM)
Prickly?: Ayad Alkadhi, James Balmforth, Jordan Eagles, Norman Mooney, HyunJu Park, Zane York / Causey / 29 Orchard / thru 4/5 Opening 3/4
Henry Taylor / Untitled / 30 Orchard / thru 4/4
Beyond 1.1 curated by Mitra Khorasheh & Bethsabee Attali / Grunert / 33 Orchard / thru 4/5
Mamie Holst; Paul Pagk / Jane Kim @ 33 Orchard / 33b Orchard / thru 3/8 (extended)
Vera Iliatova / Rowe / 34 Orchard / thru 4/12
Tom Fairs – Tony Feher / Schuss / 34 Orchard / Grunert / 33 Orchard thru 4/5
James Benning; Peter Hutton curated by Ed Halter / Abreu / 36 Orchard / thru 3/8
Dig curated by Maddy Rosenberg / Central Booking / 21 Ludlow / thru 4/5
Reuben Cox / Blackston / 29c Ludlow / thru 3/8 (extended)
Mariah Dekkenga / Ping-Perkins / 55-59 Chrystie – #202 / thru 3/22
Lynn Hershmann Leeson / Donahue / 99 Bowery -floor 2 / thru 4/5
K.Rosen; The Problem Today….: J.G.Atkinson & H.Demisch, D.Ashford, A.Coolquitt, F.Haliti; L.Henke; / Ludlow 38 / 38 Ludlow / thru 4/5
Judith Bernstein; Sam Contis; Tony Feher; Daniel Ingroff curated by David Gilbert / Nichtssagend / 54 Ludlow / thru 3/15
Peter Bonner / Holman / 65 Ludlow / thru 3/21
Sebastian Lloyd Rees / Room East / 41 Orchard / thru 3/29
Tao Kilczycki; Ian Swanson / Bosi / 48 Orchard / thru 3/21
Eric Mistretta / Scaramouche / 52 Orchard / thru 3/8
Grace Knowlton; A-CHAN, K.Grokhovsky, R.Israel, J.Linder, P.Loughney, M.Murray, R.S.Murphy, M.Revens / Heller / 54 Orchard / thru 3/8
Jason Karolak / McKenzie / 55 Orchard / thru 3/22
Michael Rouillard / Pablo’s Birthday / 57 Orchard / thru 3/8 (extended)
Ina Jang / Foley / 59 Orchard (new location) / thru 4/12
James Benning; Peter Hutton / Abreu / 88 Eldridge (second location) – floor 4 / thru 3/8
Hans-Christian Lotz / Lewis / 88 Eldridge – floor 5 / thru 4/4 Opening 3/3 (7-9 PM)
Alan Vega / Invisible Exports / 89 Eldridge / thru 3/29
How to Tell….: G.Beavers, N.Boyce, J.Nigoghossian, G.Salazar, N.Tsabar, C.Masciotti, S.Dobay / Abrons / 466 Grand / thru 4/19 Opening 3/8 (4-6 PM)
Christina Leung / Essex Flowers / 365 Grand / thru 3/29
Veni, Vidi, Vivi: Marisol; Huon Gyon; Caitlin Cherry / Shin / 322 Grand / thru 4/26 Opening 3/5
John Newsom / Straus / 299 Grand / thru 3/22
Alisa Baremboym / 47 Canal / 291 Grand – floor 2 (new location) / thru 4/5
Christopher Knowles / GBE / 291 Grand – floor 3 (new, second location) / thru 3/22
Joe Andoe / Karg / 291 Grand – floor 3 (new location) / thru 4/? Opening March TBA
Aleksander Hardashnakov / Tomorrow / 106 Eldridge / thru 4/19 Opening 3/6
Essex Street / Essex Street / 114 Eldridge / thru 3/8
Matthew Conradt / Guepin / 83 Orchard / thru 3/29
Florian Meisenberg / Subal / 131 Bowery / thru 4/12
Scooter LaForge / Munch / 245 Broome / thru 3/8
Gail Stoicheff / Tabacaru / 250 Broome / thru 3/29
Amie Siegel; Carlos Motta / Preston / 301 Broome / thru 3/22
Jim Lee / Beauchene / 327 Broome / thru 3/15
George Carlson / Hanley / 327 Broome / thru 3/15
Andrew Kuo; Scott Reeder / Marlborough / 331 Broome (third NYC location) thru 3/28
Robin Peck / Canada / 333 Broome / thru 3/22
Real Flow / K / 334 Broome / thru 3/15
The Copenhagen Interpretation / Lodge / 131 Chrystie / thru 4/4 Opening 3/3
Joan Waltemath / Hionas / 124 Forsyth / thru 3/14
Lisa & Janelle Iglesias / Mulherin / 124 Forsyth / thru 3/29 Opening 3/7
Nick Payne / 247365 / 131 Eldridge / thru 4/12
Keith Boadwee / Shoot The Lobster / 138 Eldridge / thru 3/29 Opening 3/6
Vandana Jain / Station Independent / 138 Eldridge / thru 3/22
Kamau Amu Patton / Callicoon / 49 Delancey / thru 3/29
Landon Metz / Fuentes / 55 Delancey / thru 3/15
John Williams / Brennan & Griffin / 55 Delancey / thru 4/5
Carolee Schneemann / Artist’s Institute / 163 Eldridge / thru 8/2 info: http://theartistsinstitute.org/
Blueprint curated by S.Bremer; F.Idenburg; J.Liu / Storefront for Art & Architecture / 97 Kenmare @ Centre / thru 3/21
Spat Spell: Cody Goebl, Frank Castanien, Alessandro Moroder, Pierre Obando, Russell Tyler / Thierry Goldberg / 103 Norfolk / thru 3/22
Margo Wolowiec; Matthew Darbyshire / Cooley / 107 Norfolk / thru 3/29
Morning Pages: Eric Bell & Kristoffer Frick; Dave McKenzie; Eric Sidner / Gitlen / 122 Norfolk / thru 3/29
There Will Be Art Here / Clemente / 107 Suffolk / thru 4/?
Zimoun / Bitforms / 131 Allen (new location) / thru 3/15
Mariah Garnett / James / 143b Orchard / thru 3/29
Past to Present / Krause / 149 Orchard / thru 3/10
Michael Pribich curated by Esperanza Cortes / Cuchifritos / 120 Essex (SE corner of market) / thru 3/22
Tamar Halpern / On Stellar Rays / 1 Rivington / thru 3/29
Marsha Cottrell / Eleven Rivington / 11 Rivington / thru 4/5
Glenn Goldberg / Cuningham / 15 Rivington (new location) / thru 4/4
The Great Debate About Art / Envoy / 87 Rivington / thru 3/8
Making Pictures: Three for a Dime / Berst / 95 Rivington / thru 3/21
Quisqueya Henriquez / Lynch Tham / 175 Rivington / thru 4/12
Jon Kessler / Salon 94 / 1 Freeman Alley / thru 3/28
Trajectory: Jon Elliott; Paul Corio; Rob de Oude curated by Debra Drexler / Van Der Plas / 156 Orchard / thru 3/8
Alan Crockett; Clara Crockett; Alicia Gibson / Novella / 164 Orchard / thru 3/22
Juan Fontanive / Y / 165 Orchard / thru 3/4
Monika Bravo / Y / 165 Orchard / thru 4/6 Opening 3/6
Z Behl / Matsumiya / 153 ½ Stanton / thru 3/8
Eva Lake / Frosch & Portmann / 53 Stanton / thru 4/5
Joe Kupillas / Molly Krom / 53c Stanton / thru 4/11
Marsha Cottrell / Eleven Rivington / 195 Chrystie (second location) / thru 4/5
Two Different Ways to do Two Different Things curated by Susanna Callegari / Lorello / 195 Chrystie – floor 6 / thru 3/8
Future Seasons Past curated by Manuel E. Gonzalez / Lehmann Maupin / 201 Chrystie / thru 4/12
Immediate Female / Charles / 196 Bowery / thru 3/8
Triennial: Surround Audience thru 5/24; etc. / New Museum / 231-235 Bowery
Paula Hayes / Salon 94 / 243 Bowery / thru 3/22
Andrew Sendor / Sperone Westwater / 257 Bowery / thru 4/11
Zoe Buckman / Garis & Hahn / 263 Bowery / thru 3/28
Javier Arce / Rucker / 141 Attorney / thru 3/29
Thiago Rocha Pitta / Boesky East / 20 Clinton (new, third NYC location) / thru 3/22
Frank Magnotta / Junior Projects / 139 Norfolk / thru 3/8
Marlon Mullen / JTT / 170a Suffolk / thru 3/15
Bianca Beck; Josh Brand / Uffner / 170 Suffolk / thru 4/12
Vivienne Griffin / Bureau / 178 Norfolk / thru 3/22
Liv Aanrud / Harvey: Projector / 237 Eldridge / thru 3/29 (by appointment)
Yevgeniya Baras / Harvey / 208 Forsyth / thru 3/29
Carol Ross / Rooster / 190 Orchard / thru 3/20
Joy Episalla / Participant / 253 E Houston / thru 4/12 Opening 3/8
Dwyer Kilcollin / American Contemporary / 4 E 2nd / thru 3/15
Evan Robarts / The Hole / 312 Bowery / thru 4/5 Opening 3/3 (6-9 PM)

TRIBECA & SOHO & NOHO & EAST VILLAGE & MURRAY HILL
Robert Bittenbender; Maggie Lee / Bed-Stuy Love Affair / 234 E 4 (new location) / thru 3/15
Satellite / Cerrito / 103 Reade – floor 2 Opening 3/5 (5:30-8 PM) 2nd Reception 3/6 (6-9 PM) Closing Reception 2/8 (2-7 PM)
Rachel de Joode / Kansas / 59 Franklin / thru 3/28
Ernesto Klar; Rafael Rozendaal / Postmasters / 54 Franklin / thru 4/18 Opening 3/7 (5:30-8 PM)
Beautiful Beast / NY Academy of Art / 111 Franklin / thru 3/8
Matt Kenny / The National Exemplar / 381 Broadway @ White – suite 206 / thru 4/? Opening 3/?
Foot Notes: On the Sensations of Tone organized by Alastair Noble / Apexart / 291 Church / thru 3/7
Hito Steyerl / Artists Space (second location) / 55 Walker / thru 5/24 Opening 3/7
Myong Hi Kim / API / 434 Greenwich / thru 3/14 (extended)
Marwa Arsanios; Matt Hoyt; Matt Lipps / Art in General / 79 Walker / thru 4/11 Opening 3/3
Lamia Joreige / Grahne / 157 Hudson / thru 4/9
Robert Barry / Hunter / 205 Hudson (on Canal) / thru 4/4
Varela Versus: E.Ceruzzi; 
L.Eisner; 
D.Lynch; 
D.Samsworth; 
A.Thompson / Still House / 3 Howard (new location) / thru 4/5 Opening 3/6
Valentin Carron / Swiss Institute / 18 Wooster / thru 5/24 Opening 3/4
Irreverent: a Celebration of Censorship thru 4/19; Kai Teichert thru 3/13 Opening 3/13 / Leslie-Lohman Museum / 26 Wooster
Wave & Particle (in celebration of Creative Capital) / Feldman / 31 Mercer / thru 3/21
Souvenirs de Paris curated by Camille Morineau / Freeman / 140 Grand / thru 4/11
Jakob Kolding / Team / 83 Grand / thru 3/22
PK Worryshop / Recess Activities / 41 Grand / 1/22 thru 3/13 Mirroscope switches on 3/12
Tomi Ungerer / Drawing Center / 35 Wooster / thru 3/22
Suzanne McClelland / Team / 47 Wooster / thru 3/22
Hito Steyerl / Artists Space / 38 Greene – floor 3 / thru 5/24 Opening 3/7
Liz Nielsen / Denny / 261 Broome / thru 3/8
Martin Soto Climent / Clifton Benevento / 515 Broadway / thru 4/11
Futo Akiyoshi; Abdolreza Aminlari; Keiko Narahashi; Robert Stone; Max Warsh / Longhouse / 285 Spring / thru 4/11
Summer Wheat / Fridman / 287 Spring / thru 4/25 Opening 3/14
Molly Smith / Werble / 83 Van Dam / thru 4/4
Lina Puerta / Geary / 185 Varick / thru 4/4
Salon Zurcher / 33 Bleecker / / Tue. 3/3- Sat. 3/7 Noon-8PM; Sunday 3/8 Noon-5 PM / Opening 3/2 (5-8PM)
Nathaniel Axel / Karma / 39 Great Jones / thru 3/3
Martha Wilson: Downtown / Fales Library, NYU / 70 Washington Square South – floor 3 / thru 4/30
NYU First Year MFA Exhibition / 80WSE / NYU / 80 Washington Square East / thru 3/22 Opening 3/7
The Left Front: Radical Art in the “Red Decade” 1929-1940; Indian Modernism / NYU Grey Art Gallery / 100 Wash. Sq. E. / thru 4/4
The Space Between curated by Jennifer Samet / New York Studio School / 8 E 8 / thru 3/22
Prison Obscura / Parsons New School / 66 Fifth / thru 4/17
Allan deSouza / Talwar / 108 E 16 / thru 4/23 Opening 3/6
Rainforest V: conceived by David Tudor; realized by Composers Insight Electronics / Broadway 1602 / 1181 Broadway @ 28 / thru 3/4

CHELSEA & WEST VILLAGE
Rirkrit Tiravanija; Karl Holmqvist / Gavin Brown / 620 Greenwich / thru 4/25 Opening 3/7
Jack Pierson / Maccarone / 630 Greenwich - 98 Morton / thru 3/7
Danny McDonald / Maccarone / 98 Morton / thru 3/14
Adriana Lara / Algus Greenspon / 71 Morton / thru 3/?
B.M.Sherman; Margret: Chronicle; T.Williams; A.G.Kelly; Lady S.Montaque / White Columns / 320 W 13 enter on Horatio / thru 4/18 Opening 3/6
Augustus Thompson / Rines / 55 Gansevoort / thru 3/6 (on view 24/7)
Performing Franklin Furnace / Pratt / 144 W 14 / thru 4/30
Fred Gutzeit / Pratt / 144 W 14 / thru 3/5
Mobility and Its Discontents: J.Benson, A.Borea, Á.Delgado, J.Téllez, L.Tuazon; J.Wellesley / The 8th Floor / 17 W17 / thru 5/31 Opening 3/6 RSVP
All-Knowing Buddha thru 4/13; Etc. / Rubin Museum / 150 W 17
Alejandro Cesarco / Murray Guy / 453 W 17 / thru 4/4
Joyce Pensato / Petzel / 456 W 18 / thru 3/28
Subodh Gupta / Hauser & Wirth / 511 W 18 (second NYC location) / thru 4/25
Jonathas de Andrade / Alexander and Bonin / 132 10th Ave. @ 18 / thru 4/11
Victor Moscoso / Edlin / 134 Tenth Ave. / thru 4/25 Opening 3/6
Stephen Antonakos / Bookstein / 138 Tenth Ave. @ 19 / thru 3/21
Lan Zhenghui / Cohen / 251 W 19 / thru 3/28
Olivier Mosset / Koenig & Clinton / 459 W 19 / thru 3/14
Anicka Yi curated by Lumi Tan / Kitchen / 512 W 19 / thru 4/11 Opening 3/5
Yan Shanchun / Chambers / 522 W 19 / thru 5/9
Suzan Frecon / Zwirner / 525 W 19 / thru 3/28
System and Vision / Zwirner / 533 W 19 / thru 4/18
Michael Goldberg / Rosenfeld / 100 Eleventh Ave. @ 19 / thru 3/14
Hayv Kahraman / Shainman / 513 W 20 / thru 4/4
Rachel Owens / Zieher Smith & Horton / 516 W 20 / thru 3/21
The Radiants / Bortolami / 520 W 20 / 2/28 thru 3/29 Reception 3/4
Boomoon / Flowers / 529 W 20 / thru 4/4 Opening 3/5
Yuken Teruya / Bienvenu / 529 W 20 - floor 2 / thru 4/11 Opening 3/5
Ulp Drunk: Mexican Pulp Art / Ricco-Maresca / 529 W 20 - floor 3 / thru 3/7
Carol Brown Goldberg; Carole Robb; Don Kimes / Bibro / 529 W 20 - floor 4 / thru 3/14
Peter Wayne Lewis / Skoto / 529 W 20 - floor 5 / thru 4/4
Herb Albert; Richard Mayhew / ACA / / 529 W 20 - floor 5 / thru 4/4
Susan Leopold; Brett Baker / Harris / 529 W 20 - floor 6 / thru 3/28
Martina Nehrling; Luke Achterberg / Markel / 529 W 20 - floor 6 / thru 3/14
Atta Kwami / Scott / 529 W 20 / floor 7 / thru 4/4
Dee Solin / Zarre / 529 W 20 / floor 8 / thru 4/4 Opening 3/3
Rosalyn Drexler / Greenan / 529 W 20 - floor 10 / thru 3/28
Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook / Rollins / 529 W 20 - floor 10 / thru 4/11
The Painter of Modern Life organized by Bob Nickas / Kern / 532 W 20 / thru 4/11 Opening 3/5
Alice Neel thru 4/28; Blinky Palermo thru 4/11 / Zwirner / 537 W 20
Leo Gabin / Dee / 545 W 20 / thru 3/28
Analia Saban / Bonakdar / 521 W 21 / thru 3/21
Aya Uekawa / Kravets Wehby / 521 W 21 / thru 4/? Opening 3/7
Carl Andre; Dan Flavin; Sol LeWitt / Cooper / 521 W 21 / thru 3/7 (extended)
In the Studio: Paintings curated by John Elderfield / Gagosian / 522 W 21 / thru 4/18
Sherrie Levine; Joseph Montgomery / Cooper / 529 W 21 / thru 3/28
Claudia Comte / Gladstone / 530 W 21 / thru 3/21
Kelley Walker / Cooper / 534 W 21 / thru 4/18 Opening 3/3 Reception 3/13
Keith Haring / Skarstedt / 550 W 21 (new, second NYC location) / thru 4/18 Opening 3/5
Dennis Kardon curated by Elena Sisto / Techonomy Media / 20 W 22 – suite 502 / thru 4/4 (1-5 Fridays or by appt.)
Darren Almond; Ken Price / Marks / 502 W 22 / thru 2/?
8 Painters: N.C.Abney; M.Bollinger; C.Cherry; J.Frank; D.Langberg; L.Markus; K.Nelson; J.Packer / Danese Corey / 511 W 22 / thru 3/14
Rachel Libeskind / Hansel & Gretel Pocket Utopia / 511 W 22 / thru 3/12
Tony Smith / Marks / 522 W 22 / thru 4/18
Brian Alfred / Ameringer McEnery Yohe / 525 W 22 / thru 3/14
Esko Mannikko / Yancey Richardson / 525 W 22 / thru 3/14
Group / Marks / 526 W 22 / thru 3/?
Merlin James; Harold Edgerton / Sikkema Jenkins / 530 W 22 / thru 3/7 (extended)
Blinky Palermo / Nitsch / 534 W 22 / thru 3/?
Candice Breitz / Kreps / 535 W 22 - floor 1 / thru 3/28
Duane Michaels; Whitfield Lovell / DC Moore / 535 W 22 - floor 2 / thru 3/21
Anton van Dalen / PPOW / 535 W 22 - floor 3 / thru 3/14
Edvins Strautmanis / Stone / 535 W 22 - floor 3 / thru 3/21
Adam Magyar / Saul / 535 W 22 - floor 6 / thru 4/4
Saya Woolfalk / Tonkonow / 535 W 22 - floor 6 / thru 3/7 (extended)
Aaron Wexler; Christopher Russell / Morgan Lehman / 535 W 22 - floor 6 / thru 3/21
Future Seasons Past curated by Manuel E. Gonzalez / Lehmann Maupin / 536 W 22 (new location) / thru 4/12
Barbara T. Smith / Kreps / 537 W 22 / thru 3/28
Ori Gersht / CRG / 548 W 22 / thru 3/14
Brad Troemel / Feuer / 548 W 22 / thru 3/28
Why Can’t It Be Everlasting ? / Williams / 521 W 23 / thru 3/21
Jasper de Beijer / Geisberg / 537b W 23 / thru 3/14
Brice Brown / Thatcher / 539 W 23 / thru 3/14
Regine Schumann / De Buck / 545 W 23 / thru 3/21
Jimmy Nelson / Wolkowitz / 505 W 24 / thru 4/18
Nick Mauss / 303 / 507 W 24 / thru 4/11
Julia Dault / Boesky / 509 W 24 / thru 3/21
Victor Man / Gladstone / 515 W 24 / thru 4/18 Opening 3/5
Claire Fontaine / Metro Pictures / 519 W 24 / thru 4/4
Marc Seguin / Weiss / 520 W 24 / thru 3/7
Charles Ray / Marks / 523 W 24 / thru 4/18
Marcia Kure / Inglett / 522 W 24 / thru 3/14
Michael Snow / Shainman / 524 W 24 (second location) / thru 4/4
Enigmas: Martin Barré, David Ostrowski, Julian Schnabel, Reena Spaulings / Rosen / 525 W 24 / thru 4/25 Opening 3/5
Perle Fine / Berry Campbell / 530 W 24 / thru 3/14
Margaux Ogden / Freight + Volume / 530 W 24 / thru 3/7 (extended)
Charles Atlas / Luhring Augustine / 531 W 24 / thru 3/14
De-Formations curated with Damon Brant / Silverstein / 535 W 24 / thru 4/18
Julie Mehretu / Gemini G.E.L. - Weyl / 535 W 24 – floor 3 / thru 3/28
Lamar Peterson / Fredericks Freiser / 536 W 24 / thru 3/5
Ericka Beckman / Boone / 541 W 24 / thru 4/25 Opening 3/7
David Lyle / Lyons Wier / 542 W 24 / thru 3/14
Sharon Hayes; Tony Lewis; Adam Pendleton / Rosen / 544 W 24 (second location) / thru 4/25 Opening 3/5
John Chamberlain; Jean Prouve / Gagosian / 555 W 24 / thru 4/4
Alison Rossiter / Milo / 245 Tenth Ave. / thru 4/4
Pablo Helguera / Kent / 210 Eleventh Ave – floor 2 / thru 3/14 (with special interactive Saturday afternoons Noon-5PM)
Charles Hutson / Thorp / 210 Eleventh Ave - floor 6 / thru 3/7
Jim Dine / Senior & Shopmaker / 210 Eleventh Avenue – floor 8 / thru 3/28
Kathryn Lynch / Sears Peyton / 210 Eleventh Ave. – floor 8 / thru 3/7
Kevin Frank; Jeffery Vaughn / Fischbach / 210 Eleventh Ave. – floor 8 / thru 3/14
Ernst Fischer / Cue Art Foundation / 137 W 25 / thru 3/14
Isamu Noguchi / Pace / 508 & 510 W 25 / thru 3/21
Stephen Mueller / Lennon, Weinberg / 514 W 25 / thru 4/11
Andrea Dezso / Margolis / 523 W 25 / thru 3/28
Marsden Hartley; Charles Kuntz / Driscoll Babcock / 525 W 25 / thru 3/14
Waffaa Bilal / Driscoll Babcock / 525 W 25 / 2/26 thru 3/14 Reception 3/5
Robin Layton / Winston Wachter / 530 W 25 / thru 4/18 Opening 3/6
En Voz Alta / Jaeckel / 532 W 25 / thru 3/21
Mao Yan / Pace / 534 W 25 / thru 4/4 Opening 3/5
Andrew Kuo & Scott Reeder; Lauren Luloff / Marlborough / 545 W 25 - floors 1&2 / thru 3/28
A Secret Affair curated by Louis Grachos / Flag Art Foundation / 545 W 25 – floor 9 / thru 5/16
Sean Scully / Cheim & Read / 547 W 25 / thru 4/4
Hadieh Shafie / Heller / 568 W 25 / thru 4/11
Gunther Forg / Greene Naftali / 508 W 26 – ground floor, enter down alley (new, second location) / thru 3/28
Gunther Forg / Greene Naftali / 508 W 26 – floor 8 / thru 3/28
Luis Camnitzer / Gray / 510 W 26 (new, ground floor location) / thru 3/28
Andrew Erdos / Oliver / 513 W 26 / thru 4/4
Brian Maguire; Gary Rough; / McCaffrey / 514 W 26 (new location) / thru 4/25 Opening 3/5
Mariam Ghani / Ryan – Lee / 515 W 26 / thru 4/4
Empire of the Senseless: N.C.Abney; F.DiMattio; S-V.Ericson; N.Frank; K.Jansson, R.Loy / Freidman Benda / 515 W 26 / thru 3/28
Steven Cox / Cristea / 521 W 26 / thru 3/14
Configured: NYFA Finalists / Onishi / 521 W 26 / thru 3/7
1,305 Miles: Atemporal curated by Solveig Font / MagnanMetz / 521 W 26 / thru 4/25 Opening 3/12
Thomas Witte / Davidson / 521 W 26 – floors 9 & 10 (new location) / thru 3/21
Eminent Domains (proper names) / Miller / 524 W 26 / thru 4/11 Opening 3/6
Richard Anuszkiewicz / Howard / 525-531 W 26 – floor 4 / thru 3/28
Dickie Landry / Salomon / 525-531 W 26 –floor 4 (loc. shared with Howard and Sgorbati) / thru 3/28
Larissa Lockshin / Vogt / 526 W 26 – floor 2 / thru 4/4 Opening 3/6
Amparo Sard; Karen Schiff / Bravin Lee / 526 W 26 – floor 2 / thru 4/4
Barry Gerson / Erben / 526 W 26 – floor 4 / thru 3/21
Hakeem b; Joanne Howard / Field Projects / 526 W 26 – floor 8 / thru 3/12
Alfredo Jaar / Lelong / 528 W 26 / thru 3/28
Raven Schlossberg; Bradley Wester / Zoubok / 531 W 26 – floor 2 / thru 3/14
Julianne Swartz; Keith Lemley / Mixed Greens / 531 W 26 / thru 3/21
Nam June Paik / Cohan / 533 W 26 / thru 3/14
Nancy Graves / Mitchell-Innes & Nash / 534 W 26 / thru 3/7
AND curated by Jennifer Dalton / 601 Artspace / 601 W 26 – floor 17 / thru 4/26 Opening 3/11
The New York School, 1969 / Kasmin / 293 Tenth Ave. / thru 3/14
James Kapper / Kasmin / 297 Tenth Ave. (new, third location) / thru 3/14
Kevin Beasley / Kaplan / 121 W 27 (new location) / thru 3/28
Ron Arad / Kasmin / 515 W 27 / thru 3/14
In The Pink thru 3/14; Ilan Averbuch (in garden) / Hoffman / 520 W 27
Edith Schloss (plus friends) curated by Jason Andrew / Tagore / 547 W 27 – floor 1 / thru 3/28
Adam Hurwitz / AC Institute / 547 W 27 – floor 2 / thru 3/4
Anne Siems / Littlejohn / 547 W 27 – floor 2 / thru 3/14
Marianne Van Lent; Peter Malone / Painting Center / 547 W 27 – floor 5 / thru 3/28 Opening 3/3 Reception 3/5
Maya Brodsky / Rare / 547 W 27 –floor 5 / thru 3/12
Mark Dutcher, Robert Montgomery, İrfan Önürmen, Regina Scully, Domingo Zapata / C24 / 547 W 27 –floor 5 (temporary location) / thru 3/?
Ellen Berkenblit; Lee Maida; Tracy Miller / Eller / 615 W 27 / thru 3/14
David Korty / Wallspace / 619 W 27 / thru 3/28
Petra Cortright / Foxy Production / 623 W 27 / thru 3/7
Jamisen Ogg / Planthouse / 55 W 28 (new location) / thru 3/? (exterior window only 27/7)
Grayson Cox; Nadja Frank / Planthouse / 55 W 28 / thru 4/15 Opening 3/6
Serena Mitnik-Miller; Britton Tolliver / Liner / 540 W 28 / thru 3/21
Sheila Schwid; Rifka Milder; Ellen Wallenstein / Burden / 548 W 28 / thru 3/12
The Confident Line: George Grosz; Wardell Milan; Andy Warhol / Nolan / 527 W 29 / thru 3/14
JPW3 / Martos / 540 W 29 / thru 3/29
Anita Reiner Collection / Tierney / 540 W 28 / thru 4/4

MIDTOWN & UPTOWN & HARLEM
Richard Haas / The Old Print Shop / 152 Lexington @ 30 / thru 3/21
Spectors of Communism: Cont. Russian Art curated by Boris Groys / James @ Graduate Center, CUNY / 365 Fifth Ave. @ 34 / thru 3/28
Alec Soth; Hugo McCloud / Kelly / 475 Tenth Avenue @ 36 / thru 3/14
Nancy Manter / 315 / 315 W 36 / thru 3/28 Opening 3/4
Spencer Finch thru 8/23; Piranesi thru 5/17; Embracing Modernism thru 5/24; Etc. / Morgan Library / 225 Madison @ 36
Russell Roberts / Heskin / 443 W 37 / thru 4/18 Opening 3/12 (6-9 PM)
Double Visions: L.Barry, A.Beccone, F.Chiang, S.Joag, D.Court, K.Milde, M.Milde, D.R.Ferreira / EFA Project Space / 323 W 39 / thru 3/28
This Color is You: M.Deleget, N.Howey, J.Monti, M.O'Hara, G.Petersen, C.Ryman, H.Smith, T.Willis / Blackburn 20-20 @ EFA / Opening 3/3 (6-9 PM)
Speculum Speculorum: M.Berrio, A.Fraleigh, C.Howe, N.Klersfeld, G.Shuldiner, D.Tegeder, C.Vega, B.Whitney / EFA / 323 W 39 / Opening 3/3 (6-9 PM)
Noah Landfield / Lobby / 1155 Avenue of the Americas @ 44 / 1/28 thru 4/7 Reception 3/12
100 Years of Design on the Land / 1285 6th Avenue @ 52 / thru 3/6
Between a place and candy: new works in pattern + repetition + motif curated by Jason Andrew / 1285 6th Avenue @ 52 / thru 6/12 Opening 3/16
The Forever Now thru 4/5; J.Dubuffet thru 4/5; Bjork thru 6/7 Opening 3/8; Etc. / MoMA / 11 W 53
Emily Mason; Betty Parsons / Findlay / 724 Fifth Ave. @ 57 – floor 8 / thru 3/28 Opening 3/5 Reception 3/7 (3-5 PM)
Larry Rivers / de Nagy / 724 Fifth Ave. @ 57 – floor 12 / thru 3/7
Martin Mull / Hirschl & Adler / 730 Fifth Ave. @ 57 / thru 4/4
Antoni Tapies / Pace / 32 E 57 / thru 3/21
Kevin King; Andre Gregory / McCoy / 41 E 57 / thru 3/20 (extended)
Lois Dodd; Brett Bigbee / Alexandre / 41 E 57 / thru 4/4
John Zurier / Blum / 20 W 57 – floor 2 / thru 4/4
Doug Ohlson / Washburn / 20 W 57 – floor 8 / thru 3/28
Suzanne Duchamp / Naumann – floor 3 / 24 W 57 / thru 3/6
Francesca Woodman / Goodman / 24 W 57 – floor 3 / thru 3/13
Giulio Paolini / Goodman / 24 W 57 – floor 4 / thru 3/13
Back to the 1980’s: Arte Povera to Nuovi Nuovi / Ierimonti / 24 W 57 - floor 5 / thru 3/16
Group / Jancou / 24 W 57 – floor 6 / thru 4/11
Aaron Johnson; Johnnie Winona Ross / Stux + Haller / 24 W 57 – floor 6 / thru 3/21
Hilo Chen; Park Hyung Jin, etc. / Bernarducci-Meisel / 37 W 57 / thru 3/28 Opening 3/5
Paula Crown / Marlborough / 40 W 57 / thru 3/7
4 Sculptors: Leonid Leman; Martin Puryear; Jeanne Silverthorne; William Tucker / McKee / 745 Fifth / thru 3/28
Caitlin Keogh / Boone / 745 Fifth / thru 4/25 Opening 3/5
New Territories thru 4/6, Etc. / Museum of Art and Design / 2 Columbus Circle @ 59
Joyce Kozloff / French Institute Alliance Française / 22 E 60 / thru 4/25
Sculpture in the Age of Donatello / MOBIA / 1865 Broadway @ 61 / thru 6/14
Julia Kunin / Gering / 14 E 63 (new location) / thru 4/? Opening 3/10
Ron Cooper / Franklin Parrasch / 53 E 64 / thru 3/13
Yuichi Higashionna / Boesky / 118 E 64 / thru 4/18
Henry Taylor / Blum & Poe / 19 E 66 / thru 4/4
Joan Miro / Dickinson / 19 E 66 / thru 4/1
Alex Katz / Baumgold / 60 E 66 / thru 4/18
Re-Irascibles: Theodoros Stamos; John Zinsser / Graham / 32 E 67 / thru 4/17
Charline Von Heyl / Petzel / 35 E 67 (new, second location) / thru 5/2 Opening 3/6
Osvaldo Romberg / Faria / 35 E 67 / thru 3/28
Robert Motherwell & the NY School @ Hunter / Hunter / West Build. 68 & Lexington (SW corner) / thru 5/2
James Prosek / Feely / 33 E 68 / thru 5/2 Opening 3/5
Fabio Mauri / Hauser & Wirth / 32 E 69 / thru 5/2 Opening 3/5
Takahiro Iwasaki / Asia Society / 725 Park @ 70 / thru 4/26
The Selfie and Others curated by Hallie Cohen / Marymount / 221 E 71 / thru 3/5
Body and Matter: Kazuo Shiraga & Satoru Hoshino / Levy / 909 Madison @ 73 / thru 4/4
Xavier Veilhan / Perrotin / 909 Madison @ 73 / thru 4/11
Jeff Koons / Starr / 5 E 73 / thru 3/28
Joe Goode / Van Doren Waxter / 23 E 73 / thru 5/1
Art in the Making / Freedman / 25 E 73 / thru 3/31
Vojtech Preissig curated by Charlotta Kotik / Czech Center / 321 E 73 / thru 5/8 Opening 3/3 (7-9 PM)
Tatiana Trouve / Gagosian / Park & 75 / thru 4/25 Opening 3/3
Simone Leigh / Tilton / 8 E 76 / thru 4/18 Opening 3/2
Keith Sonnier / Castelli / 18 E 77 / thru 3/28
Alex Da Corte / Luxembourg & Dayan / 64 E 77 / thru 4/11
Vera Lutter / Gagosian / 976 Madison @ 77th / thru 3/7
In the Studio: Photographs curated by Peter Galassi / Gagosian / 980 Madison @ 77th / thru 4/18
Jaimie Warren thru 3/7; George Dureau thru 4/11 Opening 3/5 / Higher Pictures / 980 Madison @ 77
Richard Prince / Nahmad / 980 Madison – floor 3 / thru 4/18 Opening 3/3
Peter Saul / Venus Over Manhattan / 980 Madison @ 77 / thru 4/18
A.R.Penck / Werner / 4 E 77 / thru 3/28
Lisa Corinne Davis / Peters / 24 E 78 / thru 3/26
Peter Nadin / Half / 43 E 78 / thru 3/7
Kazuo Shiraga / Mnuchin / 45 E 78 / thru 3/11
Guther Forg / Skarstedt / 20 E 79 / thru 3/28
Cezanne thru 3/15; W.Tillmans thu 7/5; R.Motherwell thru 7/26; Chinese Album thru 3/29; Etc. / Met Museum / 5th Avenue @ 82nd
Egon Schiele; Austrian Portraiture thru 4/20; etc. / Neue Galerie / 148 Fifth Avenue @ 86
On Kawara thru 5/3; Paul Chan thru 5/13 Opening 3/6; Etc. / Guggenheim / 1071 Fifth Avenue @ 89
Self: Portraits of Artists in Their Absence; FXFOWLE; Richard Haas / National Academy / 1083 Fifth Avenue @ 89 / thru 5/3
Laurie Simmons; Nicole Eisenman thru 8/9 Opening 3/13; Etc. / Jewish Museum / 1109 5th Avenue @ 92
Tory Fair / Neiman @ Columbia / 2960 Broadway / thru 3/27
Romare Bearden / Wallach @ Columbia, Schermerhorn Hall – floor 8 / 1190 Amsterdam @ 119 / thru 3/14
Gabriel Figueroa thru 6/27 Opening 3/4; etc. / El Museo del Barrio / 1230 Fifth @ 104
Speaking of People; Kianja Strobert; Titus Kaphar / Studio Museum /144 W 125 / thru 3/8
Antoni Gaudi: Sagrada Familia / Atrium: School of Architecture / City College / 141 Convent @ 135 / thru 5/8
2015 Invitational / American Academy of Arts & Letters / Audubon Terrace, Broadway @ 155 & 156 / thru 4/12 Opening 3/10 (5:30-8 PM)

BROOKLYN
In Praise of Folly curated by Jin Hwang Coleman / NARS Foundation / 201 46th Street – floor 4, Sunset Park / thru 3/25
Ernesto Burgos; Alex Eagleton; Brock Enright / Helper / 495 Rogers / thru 3/8
Game Genie: E.Anagnos; S.Eliassaf; H.Samelson; C.Welch / Trestle Projects / 400 Third Avenue @ 6st, Gowanus / thru 3/5
Arlan Huang / Trestle / 168 7th, Gowanus / thru 3/27
Chris Gonyea; Jaanika Peerna / Kentler International Drawing Space / 353 Van Brunt, Red Hook / thru 3/29
A.Crespo, L.Hollowell; A.Laracuente; W.Carlos archive, curated by A.Longino / Peninsula / 352 Van Brunt, Red Hook / thru 3/29
Tongue Stones: D.Horvitz; Soda_Jerk; J.Koester, E.Rasmussen; J.Weist / Pioneer Works / 159 Pioneer, Red Hook / thru 3/8
Situational Comedy: Joshua Abelow; R.Lyon; Brad Phillips / 247365 / 131 Huntington / thru 3/22
Commerce: Trade Routes / Proteus Gowanus / 543 Union down Nevins alley / thru 4/?
Robert Otto Epstein; Joanne Freeman / 490 / 490 Atlantic / thru 3/14
Mapping Brooklyn / Brooklyn Historical Society / 128 Pierrepont / thru 9/6
Static Cling: 13 Artists / BAM / 30 Lafayette Ave. / thru 6/30
Mapping Brooklyn / BRIC / 647 Fulton, Downtown / thru 5/3
Material Location curated by Susie Silbert / Urban Glass / 647 Fulton, Downtown / thru 3/7
Chitra Ganesh thru 7/12; Judith Scott thru 3/29; Kehinde Wiley thru 5/24; Etc. / Brooklyn Museum / 200 Eastern Pwy.
Margrit Lewczuk / One Grand Army Plaza / Brooklyn / thru 4/23
New American Sculpture curated by Dexter Wimberly / FiveMyles / 558 St. Johns Pl, Crown Heights / thru 3/29
Aaron Zimerman / Gridspace / 112 Rogers Avenue, Crown Heights / thru 3/?
Nothing to Hide: The Feminine Landscape of 12 Latin American Artists / Kinz + Tillou / 59 Cambridge, Clinton Hill / thru 4/18
Jude Tallichet; Matt Freedman / Humanities Gallery / LIU / 1 University Plaza on Flatbush near DeKalb / thru 3/27
Barbara Yoshida / Salena Gallery / LIU / 1 University Plaza on Flatbush near DeKalb / thru 3/27 Opening 3/3
Joram Roukes; Charles Wilkin / Masters /111 Front / thru 3/14
Breaking Pattern: G.Evertz, A.Faruqee, G.Hsiao, D.Melini, M.Scott / Minus Space / 111 Front, Dumbo / thru 4/18
El Gato Chimney Opening 3/5; Abundantia Cornu Copiae / Romano / 111 Front / thru 4/30
Unframed; Alisa Henriquez; Claudia Sohrens / A.I.R. / 111 Front, Dumbo / thru 3/28 Opening 3/5 (6-9 PM)
Josette Urso curated by Beth Dary / Main Street Window Project Space / One Main, DUMBO / thru 3/29
Erica Bailey; Yumi Janairo Roth; Nadine Wasserman / Smack Mellon / 92 Plymouth / Dumbo / thru 4/19 Opening 3/14 (5-8 PM)
One of Several Sights curated by Rachel Jackson / 184 project Space / 184 Hall / thru 3/?
Pamela Council; Lana Caplan; Sue Havens; Jen Hitchings / Parlour / 791 Bushwick / thru 4/5
After curated by Sam Clarke / 99¢ Plus / 238 Wilson / thru 3/29 Opening 3/6 (7-10 PM)
Loominosity: S.Bittman; A.Hu; R.Kang; S&W.Ladd; E.Riley; P. Stearns / Outlet / 253 Wilson Ave. / thru 3/29
Ben Este with others / Klempay / 81 Central / thru 4/? Opening 3/6 (6-9 PM)
Pay to Play: Joe Amrhein; Rico Gatson; William Powhida; Rita Valley / Odetta / 229 Cook, Bushwick / thru 3/8
Something Naught: M.Mahler, C.Dunlap, R.DaWalt; C.T.D'Acunto / Centotto / 250 Moore #108, Bushwick / thru 4/? Opening 3/6 (7-10 PM)
Rational Formal developed by M.Lange; M.Leftheris; A.Ryder; P.Streblow / Nurtureart / 56 Bogart, Bushwick / thru 3/20
Alexander Deschamps, Lisa Fairstein, Alexandre Joly, Lilian Kreutzberger; Helmut Smits / Fresh Window / 56 Bogart / thru 3/20
Jack Davidson / Theodore / 56 Bogart / Bushwick / thru 4/11 Opening 3/7 (6-9 PM)
Deborah Mesa-Pelly / Honey Ramka / 56 Bogart / thru 3/8
Frames of War curated by Natasha Marie Llorens / Momenta / 56 Bogart / Bushwick / thru 3/23
Fred Valentine / Studio 10 / 56 Bogart / Bushwick / thru 3/8
Tim Kent / Slag / 56 Bogart / Bushwick / thru 3/15
Duane Zaloudek / Henry Contemporary / 56 Bogart / Bushwick / thru 3/8
Back to the Future II: Acheson; Bradford; Briggs; Jensen; Lewczuk; Martin; Pensato; Siena; Sillman / Life on Mars / 56 Bogart / thru 3/15
Daniel King / Chasm / 56 Bogart / thru 3/?
Henry Khudyakov / Black & White / 56 Bogart (new location) / thru 5/3 Opening 3/6 Reception 3/13 (6-9)
Sara Magenheimer / Interstate / 66 Kickerbocker Ave. / Bushwick / thru 3/15
Phillip Taaffe / Luhring Augustine / 25 Kickerbocker Ave. (second location) / Bushwick / thru 4/26
Jaime Gecker / Sardine / 286 Stanhope / thru 3/29 Opening 3/7 (6-9 PM)
James Fotopoulos / Microscope / 1329 Willoughby (new location) / Bushwick / thru 3/23
6x6: Jeff Feld, Erik Swanson, Lynn Sullivan, John Bohl,
Skye Gilkerson, Sandra Ono / Transmitter / 1329 Willoughby / Bushwick / thru 3/29
Alex Paik; Debra Ramsey / TSA: Tiger Strikes Asteroid / 1329 Willoughby (new location) / thru 3/29
Peregrinations, Constellations curated by Jeanne Heifetz / Schema Projects / 92 St. Nicolas / Bushwick / thru 3/29
Linda Karshan / Art-3 / 109 Ingraham / thru 4/5 Opening 3/11 (6-9 PM)
Levi Haske; James Vanderberg / Los Ojos / 12 Cypress / thru 3/8 (extended)
BRURAL: Skin of Liberty, Fractured and Re-Strucyured /
Temporary Storage / 119 Ingraham / thru 3/8
Fissure: Fog curated by Bennet Schlesinger / Signal / 260 Johnson, Bushwick / thru 3/8
Calvin Marcus / Clearing / 505 Johnson Ave. / thru 3/15 (extended)
Mimic: Thomas Albdorf; Dave Hardy; Jessica Labatte; Danielle Mysliwiec; Marsha Owett; Aaron Williams / Air Circulation / 160 Randolph / thru 3/15
David Packer curated by Bonnie Rychlak / Art Helix / 299 Meserole / thru 4/12 Opening 3/6 (6-9 PM)
New Narratives; Leslie Alexander / Storefront Ten Eyck / 324 Ten Eyck / thru 4/5 Opening 3/6 (6-9 PM)
Malcolm Levy / Transfer / 1030 Metropolitan / thru 3/21
Raque Ford / Soloway / 348 S. 4th / Williamsburg / thru 4/5 Opening 3/8
C.Arabadjis, J.Braun, J.Cartwright, M.Koons, M.MacGuffie, M.Pingree, A.Zarou / The Royal / 400b S. 2nd / Wiliamsburg / thru 4/5 Opening 3/6 (7-9 PM)
Nation III: Circle the Wagons !!! / Sideshow / 319 Bedford / Williamsburg / thru 3/15
Leif Ritchey / Journal / 106 N 1st / Williamsburg / thru 3/1 Closing Reception & Performance: 3/6 (7 PM)
Group curated by Colin Snapp / Journal / 106 N 1st / Williamsburg / thru 5/3 Opening 3/17 (6-9 PM)
Mark Masyga / Front Room / 147 Roebling / Williamsburg / thru 3
Mark Fell / Southfirst / 60 N 6th Williamsburg / thru 4/5 Opening 3/6 (6-9 PM)
Oysters With Lemon Part 3 curated by M.Zahn, A.Huston/ Ventana244 / 244 N 6 / Williamsburg / thru 3/22
Beyond the Uniform / Art 101 / 101 Grand / Williamsburg / thru 4/5 Opening 3/6 (6-9 PM)
Victor Liu / Reverse Space / 28 Frost, Williamsburg / thru 3/22
Dawn Clements / 177 N 9th / Williamsburg / thru 3/29
Destroy, she said curated by Saul Anton & Ethan Spigland / The Boiler / 191 N. 14th St. / Greenpoint / thru 4/5 Opening 3/6 (7-10 PM)
Gregor Neuerer / Cathouse Funeral / 260 Richardson, Greenpoint / thru 3/29
Taslima Ahmed / Real / 673 Meeker / Greenpoint / thru 4/4
Wave Length: Emily Berger; Julie Gross; Kim Uchiyama; Joy Walker / Kurnatowski / 205 Norman / Greenpoint / thru 3/22
Adam Brent / Auxiliary Projects / 212r Norman Ave., Greenpoint (new location) / thru 4/? Opening 3/27
Petrova Giberson / Cleopatra’s / 110 Meserole / Greenpoint / thru 4/13
Mediums curated by Michael Hambouz / Calico / 67 West #203 / Greenpoint / thru 3/27

STATEN ISLAND, QUEENS, BRONX
Jonny Paul Gillette / Kimberly Klark / 788 Woodward Ave., Ridgewood / thru 3/29
Jessalyn Wakefield / Songs for Presidents / 1673 Gates Ave., Ridgewood / thru 3/29
Pink curated by Michiko Sakano / Lorimoto / 1623 Hancock, Ridgewood / thru 3/15
Zimoun / Knockdown Center / 52-19 Flushing / Flushing, Queens / thru 3/8
Neg. Space: C.Carouge; K.Frances; L.Gregory; R.Higgins; J.Smith; E.May / Knockdown Center / 52-19 Flushing / Flushing, Queens / thru 4/12
Ensign Sgr A* / Radiator / 10-61 Jackson / Long Island City / thru 4/10 Opening 3/6 (6-9 PM)
Zero Tolerance; F.Vezzoli; S.Golden; B&R Smith; etc. / MoMA PS1 / 22-25 Jackson / Long Island City / thru 3/8
Arya Rasdjarmrearnsook thru 3/30; In Practice: Under Foundations thru 4/13; etc. / Sculpture Center / 44-19 Purves St. Long Island City
An Aesthetics of Slowness curated by Chuong -Dai Vo / Dorsky Curatorial / 11-03 45th Ave., Long Island City / thru 3/29
Counterfeiting for Cash / Flux Factory / 39-31 29th St., Long Island City, Queens / thru 3/22 Closing Reception 3/21 (7-9 PM)
Literary Devices / Fisher Landau Center for Art / 38-27 30th Long Island City, Queens / thru 3/15 (extended)
Emerging Artists Fellowship Exhibition / Socrates Sculpture Park / 32-01 Vernon Blvd. / LIC / thru 3/22
After Midnight: Indian Moderism thru 6/28 Opening 3/8; Etc. / Queens Museum / Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Queens
Jane Dickson; Joe Lewis / BronxArtSpace / 305 E 140 / Bronx / thru 3/14
Another Garden / Wave Hill / 675 W 252 / Bronx / thru 5/31
Bosco Sodi thru 3/15; Aristides Logothetis thru 4/2; Etc. / Bronx Mus. / 1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx
Gee’s Bend Tradition / Lehman College / 250 Bedford Park Blvd West, The Bronx / 2/5 thru 4/24 Reception 3/16

OTHER:
Dream House / MELA Foundation / 275 Church / ongoing
Walter De Maria / The Broken Kilometer / DIA / 393 West Broadway / ongoing
Donald Judd house / 101 Spring / info: http://www.juddfoundation.org/visit_ny / ongoing
Walter De Maria / The New York Earth Room / DIA / 141 Wooster / ongoing
Jarrod Beck / S.D.Roosevelt Park / Houston bet. Chrystie & Forsyth / thru 8/19
Alex Katz / Washington & Gansevoort / ongoing
Adrian Villar Rojas; Ericka Beckman; Spencer Finch; Ed Ruscha; Archeo (group); Channels (video) / High Line Park / info: http://art.thehighline.org/
Tony Cragg / Madison Square Park / thru 3/8
Drifting In Daylight / Creative Time / Central Park / Opening 5/15
Sui Jianguo / Public Art Fund / Freedman Plaza, Fifth Ave. @ 60 / thru 2/20
Sam Falls / Public Art Fund / Metrotech, downtown Brooklyn / thru 5/29

SELECTED EVENTS:

Tuesday, 3/3, 6 PM / Meredith Rosen; Allegra Laviola in conversation with Sharon Louden / NYAA / 111 Franklin / FREE
Tuesday, 3/3, 5-9 PM / Elizabeth Foundation Open studios & open house EFA / 323 W 39
Wednesday, 3/4, 6:30 PM / Noreen Naughton & Martica Sawin on Nicolas Carone / New York Studio School / 8 W 8 / FREE
Wednesday, 3/4, 7 PM / Performance: John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein: Composers Insight Electronics / Broadway 1602 / 1181 Broadway @ 28 / FREE
Thursday, 3/5, 6:30 PM / Lyle Ashton Harris and Robert Storr in conversation / Am. Acad. In Rome @ New School / 63 Fifth Ave. / RSVP / FREE
Friday, 3/6, 12:30 PM / Panel: Suzann Boettger, Brandon Ballengee + others on envoronmentialist art / Armory Show, Pier 92 / $
Friday, 3/6, 1-6 PM / Symposium: Situation: Art School: educating artists today / Pratt / 200 Willoughby, Brooklyn / FREE

Friday, 3/6, 6-9 PM / Beat Nite: Bushwick Art Spaces Open Late / info: http://nortemaar.org/projects/beat-nite-12/

Saturday, 3/7, 10:30 AM / Exhibition tour: Suzan Frecon with David Cohen / Zwirner / 525 W 19 / RSVP FREE
Saturday, 3/7, Noon-6 PM / Lower East Side Gallery Day
Saturday, 3/7, 4 PM / Artist’s talk & performance: Chris Gonyea; Jaanika Peerna / Kentler International Drawing Space / 353 Van Brunt, Red Hook / FREE
Saturday, 3/7, 7 PM / Performances: Christen Clifford, Katya Grokhovsky and Natalee Clayton / Charles / 196 Bowery / FREE
Saturday, 3/7, 7 PM / Performance: Ken Butler; David Van Tieghem / Sideshow / 319 Bedford / Williamsburg, Brooklyn / FREE
Sunday, 3/8, 2 PM / Conversation: The Body: Disruptions of the Intimate / Dorsky Curatorial / 11-03 45th Ave., Long Island City / FREE
Wednesday, 3/11, 6:30 PM / John Elderfield & Peter Galassi: In The Studio: A Conversation / New York Studio School / 8 W 8 / FREE
Wednesday, 3/11, 6:30 PM / Jane Dickson; Joe Lewis in conversation with curator Sergio Besa / BronxArtSpace / 305 E 140 / Bronx / FREE
Saturday, 3/14, Noon-8 PM; Reception 5-8 PM / Open Studios / Smack Mellon / 92 Plymouth / Dumbo, Brooklyn / FREE
Sunday, 3/15, Noon-6 PM / Open Studios / Smack Mellon / 92 Plymouth / Dumbo, Brooklyn / FREE
Monday, 3/16, 6:30 PM / Cara Starke speaks about Creative Time / SVA MFA Fine Arts / 133-141 W 21 – room
101C / FREE
Tuesday 3/17; 4 PM / Lori Gruen & Arnika Fuhrman converse on Arya Rasdjarmrearnsook / Sculpture Center / 44-19 Purves St. Long Island City / FREE
Tuesday, 3/17, 6 PM / Paul Pfeiffer speaks on his work / SVA MFA Fine Arts / 133-141 W 21 – room 101C / FREE
Tuesday, 3/17, 6:30 PM / Gregory Amenoff on his work / New York Studio School / 8 W 8 / FREE
Tuesday, 3/24, 6 PM / Rico Gatson speaks on his work / SVA MFA Fine Arts / 133-141 W 21 – room 101C / FREE
Tuesday, 3/24, 6:30 PM / Pierre Leguillon on Carl Andre / DIA / 535 W 22 – floor 5 / $
Thursday, 3/26 – Sunday 3/29 / Affordable Art Fair / 125 W 18 / info: www.affordableartfair.com / $ except for Friday, 3/27 6-8 PM
Sunday, 3/29, 4PM / Linda Karshan in conversation with curator Mark McDonald / Art-3 / 109 Ingraham / FREE
Tuesday, 3/31, 6 PM / Steven Henry in conversation with Sharon Louden / NYAA / 111 Franklin / FREE
Tuesday, 3/31, 6 PM / Laurel Nakadate speaks on her work / SVA MFA Fine Arts / 133-141 W 21 – room 101C / FREE
Tuesday, 3/31, 6:30 PM / Angela Dufresne on her work / New York Studio School / 8 W 8 / FREE
Tuesday, 4/7, 6:30 PM / John Dubrow on his work / New York Studio School / 8 W 8 / FREE
Wednesday, 4/8, 7:30 PM / Catherine Opie speaks on her work / Higgins Hall, Pratt / 200 Willoughby, Brooklyn / FREE
Monday, 4/13, 6:30 PM / Christopher Wool on his work / New York Studio School / 8 W 8 / FREE
Monday, 4/13, 6:30 PM / Laurie Simmons and Lynne Tillman in conversation / Jewish Museum / 1109 5th Avenue @ 92 / RSVP FREE w/adm.
Monday, 4/20 / 6:30 PM / Carol Rolla speaks / NY Academy of Art / 111 Franklin / FREE
Tuesday, 4/21, 6:30 PM Natalie Frank speaks / NY Academy of Art / 111 Franklin / FREE
Tuesday, 4/21, 6:30 PM / David Levine on Bruce Nauman / DIA / 535 W 22 – floor 5 / $
Wednesday, 4/22, 6:30 / Panel: Performaing Franklin Furance / Pratt – room 213 / 144 W 14 / FREE
Tuesday, 5/19, 6:30 PM / Erica Baum on Lawrence Weiner / DIA / 535 W 22 – floor 5 / $

Suzanne McClelland @ Team, through March 22.



 Jim Lee@ Beauchene through March 15.

 Joan Waltemath @ Hionas through March 14, 2015.

 
Jon Kessler @ Salon 94. Through March 28.

 Scooter LaForge @ Munch through March 8.

Charles Philip Kuntz @ Driscoll Babcock through March 14.

 Joe Amrhein in "Pay to Play" @ Odetta through March 8.

Note: Opening receptions are 6 to 8 PM unless otherwise noted; not all openings are receptions. All information subject to change.

Compiled by Andrew Ginzel / SVA Fine Arts: Please send suggestions to andrew@jonesginzel.com.

------

Two Coats of Paint is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. For permission to use content beyond the scope of this license, permission is required.

March 1, 2015

Joan Waltemath: Sew


After painting with acrylic pigment and binders for the past few years, I recently returned to oil, mostly because I like the way oils darken and age over time. Working with oil paints involves forethought about layering, drying, and mixing mediums—even the brand of paint can make a difference in the stability of the surface over time. Centuries ago, artists were a bit like chemists, mixing secret recipes for binders and varnishes that least would affect the lightfast quality of their pigments and the surfaces of their canvases. Joan Waltemath, who has a handsome show of abstract paintings on view at Hionas this month, is something of a throwback to those times, grinding her own pigments, experimenting with minerals, concocting mediums, and undertaking other painting-related investigations. The resulting paintings are elegant and spare in terms of imagery, which is based on mathematically-generated harmonic grids, but rich and complex with respect to surface and color. I wonder how the subtle relationships she coaxes from her materials will change over time.

 A Joan Waltemath painting


The biggest surprise of the exhibition is the inclusion of several small pieces, made of canvas and black fabric rectangles, roughly sewn in geometric arrangements. When I asked Waltemath about these curious canvases, she told me that they were made from remnants of The Treaty of 1868, a project that involves a series of 16-foot sewn canvases that she has been working on in Nebraska since 2009. Through the project, which was funded by a 2012 Creative Capital grant, Waltemath hopes to reconcile her intellectual approach to abstract painting with her involvement in the sacred ceremonies of the Plains Indian tribes.


I asked if the small sewn pieces might be studies for new paintings. “I see them as autonomous works,” she wrote in an email. “Because all the harmonic proportions are being cut from these large rolls of canvas, the left-overs have this interesting random set of relationships that I find in keeping with my other work. Obviously it’s fun to make something quick and easy that comes together more or less effortlessly. While I am sewing the big pieces, which each take about two weeks to make, I keep all the left-over pieces laid out and when two dimensions coincide, I sew them together. That way they come together in a totally random way.”

For Waltemath, whose paintings and graphite drawings (on view at Schema in 2013) can take days, months, or even years to complete, the new pieces seem to signal a less fastidious approach in which speed and chance might take precedence over deliberation and order. Looking closely at the paintings in the exhibition, I spotted a few drips and rough edges in Waltemath’s otherwise immaculate surfaces. Perhaps the sewn pieces are already affecting her pristine aesthetic.


The future? On Waltemath's website I found "Forays" (above) a 2014 series of work-on-paper that has a loose, lively feel. According to Waltemath, the series is part of The Treaty of 1868 project. Like maps of a skirmish, the drawings result when "distinct and different orders/systems begin to engage." Details for image above: Joan Waltemath, Foray, 2014, pencil, egg tempera, casein, gouache, flasche, metallic gouache, colored pencil, oil pastel, conté crayon on handmade linen paper, 25 x 29 inches. 

"Joan Waltemath: one does not negate the other," Hionas, LES, New York, NY. Through March 14, 2015.

Related posts:
Waltemath's powerful Dinwoody drawings (2013)
Exchanging studio visits with Joan Waltemath (2011)

Umarmung or marsha's two ways: Joan Waltemath @ Pulse


------

Two Coats of Paint is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. For permission to use content beyond the scope of this license, permission is required.

February 22, 2015

Richard Aldrich on "progress"

The February issue of Art in America features a Ross Simonini interview with Richard Aldrich in which the artist discusses the notion of artistic progress. Here is an excerpt in which Aldrich deflates the traditional idea that an artist makes formal progress over the course of a lifetime, embracing a "stylist non-progression." I agree completely.

[Image at top: Richard Aldrich, Untitled, 2013-2014, oil, wax, charcoal, oil bar and enamel on linen 84 x 58 inches. Courtesy of Bortolami, New York, NY]


February 20, 2015

Small work: Brett Baker @ Elizabeth Harris


Brett Baker's new small-scale paintings at Elizabeth Harris are a little bigger than the ones in his last show, and they continue his exploration of line, thickly layered paint, and color. Several years ago, when Baker moved from a good-sized studio to a small apartment in New York, he decided to apply the same effort to miniature abstractions that he had previously invested in mural-size work. The resulting series, which he continued when he eventually relocated to North Carolina and began the blog Painters' Table, are intellectually enigmatic. By the same token, though, the rich blue palette (many of the paintings are simply titled "Night Studio") is visually hypnotic, and the heady scent of linseed oil (some are still wet) cuts directly to the heart. Like a wayward lover returning home, these paintings have you at hello.

February 15, 2015

The Artist's Statement: Thomas Micchelli


Thomas Micchelli, co-editor of Hyperallergic Weekend, has what looks like a fine solo show of paintings and drawings on view at John Davis through March 1. Two bodies of work are included in the exhibition--"Bacchantes," an ongoing series of paintings and drawings, and "Bivalves," a set of two-part drawings that were on display in a 2011 group show at Centotto in Bushwick.

[Image at top: Thomas Micchelli, Bacchante (blindfold), 2015, oil and wax on Melamine, 11 3/8 x 10 inches.]

Lux: Julian Kreimer


I recently got a note from Julian Kreimer, one of my former colleagues in the dynamic painting program at SUNY Purchase, who is about to complete an artist's residency at Lux Art Institute, a Kunsthalle-type institution outside San Diego. Lux invites artists to work in residence, after which they mount a show that includes some of the work completed during the residency period alongside earlier work.

[Image at top: One of the beautifully painted canvases that Kreimer completed at Lux.]

February 14, 2015

Quick study: Goodbye art world, Tal R, Anselm Reyle's fall, Hollywood agents, Lucy Lippard's advice, and a rant about education


When twenty-somethings realize being a part of the the art world often means enduring a hard, poorly compensated, unfair existence, sometimes they decide to pursue other options. Sadly, this week Whitney Kimball announced that after writing for Art F City for four years, she is leaving the art world. Read the farewell letter in which she says goodbye to all that. We'll miss you in the blogosphere, Whitney, but keep in touch. Let us know what it's like out there. (Art F City)

Strong recommendation: Go see Tal R's new paintings at Cheim & Read because TODAY is the LAST DAY. (Image at top)

"Just like handbags are in style, and then two years later they’re not, an artist’s in, then he’s out.” Bloomberg runs a piece about how artists get chewed up and spit out by the art world. Read about Anselm Reyle, Barnaby Furnas and Tom Friedman's sad career trajectories. (Bloomberg)

United Talent Agency, the firm that negotiates for actors like Angelina Jolie and Harrison Ford, is launching a fine arts division. Now uber artists can graduate from the art world and move on to Hollywood. Excellent. (The Art Newspaper)

Casualism has arrived in the fashion world via hair styles: “...drab non-hair... passive-aggressive hair...enviable without any help at all....If the ombre of seasons past telegraphed a beachy disregard for appointments and status quo, non-hair is a full-out (if faux) throw-the-Filofax-away refusal. And in its visually subtle noncompliance, it more successfully captures the laissez-faire attitude that imbues so many attempts at stylized apathy...” (New York Times)

Read why paying adjuncts poverty-level wages is a problem. (Washington Post). IMO, full-time faculty at state universities need to stop fretting about retirement benefits and pay raises and turn their attention to the festering adjunct pay problem, because very soon, if politicians have their way, everyone will either be an adjunct or teaching 4/4. Remember all the outcomes assessment initiatives of the past ten years? All those program and course rubrics will certainly make shifting to a primarily adjunct workforce faster and easier as full-timers retire. Shared governance will be a thing of the past as corporate education reformers with political connections take over the curricula at state institutions. Read the The New Yorker's profile of Jeb Bush for more insight into how for-profit education corporations have inserted themselves into the process, converted millions (billions?) of taxpayer dollars to private profit, and busted teachers' unions. But maybe I'm just being negative...?

"Keep your standard of living extremely low." Lucy Lippard advises young writers in her acceptance speech for the College Art Association’s Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award for Writing on Art (read more excerpts from her speech at ArtNews).

------

Two Coats of Paint is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. For permission to use content beyond the scope of this license, permission is required.

Evelyn De Morgan: The Love Potion



Drawn to the style of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Evelyn De Morgan was best known for tackling literary subjects and spiritual allegories. According to the De Morgan Foundation's website, she was engaged in numerous political causes, including prison reform, pacifism and the Suffragette Movement. De Morgan's later work was deeply affected by her interest in the afterlife and her involvement in the popular Spiritualist Movement. The Love Potion (above), a protofeminist painting, depicts Jane Morris, wife of artist William Morris, not as a stereotypical wicked witch, but as a learned scholar and alchemist. Incidentally, Jane was a famous Pre-Raphaelite muse who some speculate may have been the basis for the Eliza Doolittle character in George Bernard Shaw's 1912 play Pygmalion.

[Image at top: Evelyn De Morgan, The Love Potion, 1903,  41 x  20.5 inches. Inscriptions: signature, painted, lower right: "EDeM 1903." Courtesy of the De Morgan Foundation.]

The following interpretation of the painting, which originally appeared in Elise Lawton Smith’s Evelyn Pickering De Morgan and the Allegorical Body, is posted on the De Morgan Foundation website.

February 9, 2015

Two Coats at Sundance: Misery, ambition and the creative life


Guest contributor Jonathan Stevenson / Every January throngs of industry strivers and film buffs congregate in the snowy streets of Park City for the Sundance Film Festival to network, make distribution deals, and watch great independent movies before they reach local art houses. Of course, you roll the dice in choosing the films: however strong the field, not every one of over 100 films is going to be a winner, and you can’t see them all. We were reasonably lucky in our three days at the festival.

[Image at top: The view from the press screening room parking lot. Park City is a cute tourist town, but most of the films are screened at theaters on the outskirts--in strip malls, rec centers, and hotels. Sundance had organized an excellent system of shuttles and buses to get everyone from one theater to the next.]

February 8, 2015

Painting of the day: Mark Brosseau's Viscous

Mark Brosseau, Viscous, 2014, medium: acrylic, flashe, and ink on canvas, 24 x 20 inches.

About Mark Brosseau: Equally drawn to color, science, math, and emotion, Brosseau discovered art by way of chemistry and architecture. Born and raised in Lyndon, VT, Brosseau enrolled at Dartmouth College with the intention of pursuing a degree in chemistry, but his interest soon shifted to architecture, a curriculum that required him to take a drawing class. The drawing class he took changed not only his college major but also his life, introducing him to the world of creative exploration that fuels his passion and intellectual curiosity today. Graduating with honors from Dartmouth in 1998 with a BA in Studio Art, Brosseau then enrolled in the graduate program at University of Pennsylvania, where he earned an MFA in 2001. The following year, as a Fulbright Scholar, Brosseau went to Iceland and continued painting and printmaking. He currently lives with his wife, writer Jenny Lentz, and two dogs in New Jersey just outside of Philadelphia, and recently joined the collective Tiger Strikes Asteroid where he is serving as co-director. Painting has become his full time occupation. His paintings are on view through next week at EBK in Hartford, CT. (via press release)

I included Brosseau's work in Nor'Easter, a members exhibition I selected at the New Britain Museum of Art last month.

Mark Brosseau, Spectral, 2014, acrylic, flashe, ink on canvas, 16 x 20 inches.
 
"Mark Brosseau: Paintings,"  EBK Gallery, Hartford, CT. Through February 15, 2015.

------

Two Coats of Paint is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. For permission to use content beyond the scope of this license, permission is required.

February 7, 2015

Installation: Call and Response @ Gavin Brown


"Call and Response," an enormous group show hung salon-style in the back gallery at Gavin Brown, includes many of the artists whose work comprises "The Forever Now," but the work selected by Gavin Brown, in a context both more cogent and more expansive, seems genuinely of the moment. Some abstract paintings are included, but, for the most part, a loose form of representation rules. The show is notable not only for whose work is included, but for the artists whose work is not. Another reminder that the art world can be like the stock market: one day you're up, the next day you're down. Here are some shots of the installation. Click images to enlarge.

[Image at top: Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Bjarne Melgaard, John Seal, Avery Singer, Scott Reeder, Tala Madani, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Trevor Shimizu, Charline von Heyl, bendix Harms, Leah Glenn, Jess Fuller. ]

Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Sophie von Hellermann, Julia Wachtel, Chris Martin, Torey Thornton, Henry Taylor, Allison Katz, Bjarne Melgaard, John Seal, Avery Singer, Scott Reeder, Tala Madani, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Trevor Shimizu, Charline von Heyl, bendix Harms, Leah Glenn, Jess Fuller. 

Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Sanya Kantarovsky, Kianja Strobert, Rebecca Morris, Merlin Carpenter, Ken Okiishi, John Miller, Ida Ekblad, Tyler Dobson, Josh Smith, Eric Palgon, Peiter Schoolwerth, David Korty, Blake Rayne, Sadie Laska, Sean Landers, Sophie von Hellermann, Julia Wachtel, Chris Martin, Torey Thornton, Henry Taylor, Allison Katz.

 Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Caragh Thuring, Silke Otto-Knapp, Will Benedict, Raina Hamner, Uri Aran, Van Hanos, Dave Milko, Sanya Kantarovsky, Kianja Strobert, Rebecca Morris, Merlin Carpenter, Ken Okiishi, John Miller, Ida Ekblad, Tyler Dobson, Josh Smith, Eric Palgon, Peiter Schoolwerth, David Korty, Blake Rayne, Sadie Laska, Sean Landers.

Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Amelie von Wulffen, Fredrik Vaerslev, Tyson Reeder, Nick Mauss, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Michael Williams, Michael Krebber, Matt Connors, Antek Walczak, Brendan Cass, Michela Eichwald, Vittorio Brodmann, Kerstin Bratsch, Joe Bradley, Mathieu Malouf, Katherine Bernhardt, Brian Belott, Jane Euler.




Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Vittorio Brodmann, Kerstin Bratsch, Joe Bradley, Mathieu Malouf, Katherine Bernhardt, Brian Belott, Jane Euler., Gedi Sebony.


 







"Call and Response," Gavin Brown, West Village, New York, NY. Through February 28, 2015.

------

Two Coats of Paint is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. For permission to use content beyond the scope of this license, permission is required.

To advertise on TWO COATS OF PAINT via Nectar Ads, click HERE.