bob dylan

Rumor has it that Bob Dylan will have a show at Gagosian this September.


jim henson

Jim Henson's Fantastic World, at the Museum of the Moving Image, "features over 120 artifacts, including drawings, storyboards, and props, all of which illustrate Henson’s boundless creativity and innumerable accomplishments."


bronx calling

Bronx Calling, a joint exhibition at the Bronx Museum and Wave Hill, features works by 72 participants in the 2011 Artist in the Marketplace program. On Friday, July 29, there will be a panel discussion by four of the artists.


pretty on the inside

Pretty on the Inside, a seven person show at Paul Kasmin, includes ironic or subversive work that "hijacks the language of cartoons and comics to both celebrate and criticize contemporary culture."


tracey goodman

Tracey Goodman's show at Regina Rex "disrupts the familiarity of the preexisting architecture through a number of incisive modifications to the space."



POWHIDA, at Marlborough Chelsea, opens July 27.


leidy celeste nicole

LEIDY CELESTE NICOLE, at Museum 52, consists of three artists that "point toward similar terrain, in which painting, drawing, and mark-making are imbued with politics, and with the body and biography."


the frick

Summer Night at The Frick is Friday, July 22. Enjoy free after-hour viewing of their collection.


lucian freud

Lucian Freud, the greatest living realist, has passed.


time again

Time Again, an exhibition at the Sculpture Center that "explores the language of repetition, bringing together works that destabilize conventional ways of seeing and considering what is past and what is present," closes July 25.


pop-up bookstore

The Second Annual Pop-up Bookstore will take place at David Zwirner from July 25 - August 5.


index festival

The Index Festival, which will take place in August, brings together "individuals and groups who cognitively engage media culture." More info may be found here.


make skateboards

MAKE SKATEBOARDS, at I-20 Gallery, is "a group exhibition and pop-up skate shop conceived as a throwback to the days when art took precedence over branding and a welcoming vibe met you at the door."



Postmasters presents Colorific!: We Make An Art Rainbow, a show with work installed salon-style according to the color wheel.


rude and reckless

Steven Kasher presents Rude and Reckless, the "first New York exhibition surveying the extraordinary diversity of Punk and Post-Punk graphic design."



If you haven't seen the Panorama of the City of New York at the Queens Museum of Art, you should.


matthew ronay

Matthew Ronay's show at Andrea Rosen "invites visitors to experience a spectacularly immersive primordial forest, a site for transmutation, rites of passage and access to our subconscious primal mythologies."


the house without the door

The House Without the Door, at David Zwirner, "considers the idea of the home as a charged psychological space."



Descant, a group show at the New Art Center, runs through July 25.


nancy grossman

Nancy Grossman's show at Michael Rosenfeld "features eight mixed-media collage drawings and two large-scale assemblages inspired by Kilauea Volcano" in Hawaii.


miss bugs

Miss Bugs, the renowned British street artists, have a show at Brooklynite that "continues to question the ownership of ideas, working methods, and the relationship and knock-on effect that artists have with one another."


cy twombly



jeremy stenger

Jeremy Stenger's show at Hosfelt "expands his rich world of pattern, color and surface."


icons and idols

Icons and Idols, at Senior & Shopmaker, looks at Elizabeth Peyton's and Andy Warhol's "divergent approaches to portraiture."


david zink yi

Berlin based arist David Zink Yi's show at Hauser & Wirth "juxtaposes photography, video installation, film, and monumental sculpture."