new photography

The 2011 New Photography showcase at the MoMA closes January 16.


margaret evangeline

Margaret Evangeline's show at Stux opens January 5.


whitney biennial

The Whitney has announced the artists participating in its 2012 Biennial.


helen frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler, a "New York artist whose bursts of color achieved by pouring thinned paint onto canvas from coffee cans helped point art in fresh directions," has passed away. She was 83.


the guggenheim

The Guggenheim recently announced the digitization of over 60 exhibition catalogues, now freely accessible via their archives.


cullman education building

The Cullman Education Building at the MoMA is showing rare holdings of artists' publications from Eastern and Central Europe from the 1960s and 1970s.


vivian maier

Vivian Maier, a former nanny who secretly took thousands of photographs, continues her posthumous accent with a show at Steven Kasher.


tommy hartung

Anna, Tommy Hartung's show at On Stellar Rays, closes December 23.


simone jones

Simone Jones's show at Ronald Feldman explores the relationship between time and space.


fausto melotti

Sculpture and Ceramics, at Barbara Mathes Gallery, features Fausto Melotti's "signature metal sculptures, as well as a selection of his rarely seen polychrome ceramics of the fifties and sixties."


andrew moore

Andrew Moore's photographs at the Queens Museum of Art show the ruins of Detroit after the collapse of the auto industry.


david smith

David Smith's show at the Whitney "offers new insights into the artist’s career-long involvement with geometric forms."


dead sea scrolls

The Dead Sea Scrolls are on view at Discovery Times Square.


bgc booksale

The Bard Graduate Center will host its annual Holiday Book Sale at the Bard Graduate Center Gallery December 15-18.


damien hirst

Damien Hirst's The Complete Spot Paintings takes over Gagosian on January 12.


francis picabia

Francis Picabia's show at Michael Werner focuses on work from "the mid-1930s through the 1940s and beyond, a time when Picabia experimented not only with a range of imagery but with the methods and materials of painting itself."


daniel gordon

Daniel Gordon's show at WALLSPACE closes December 17.


matthew brannon

Matthew Brannon's show at Casey Kaplan suggests "various props, personas, sets, dialogues, and scenarios of an unpublished noir mystery narrative."


betty woodman

For her debut show at Salon 94, Betty Woodman "presents her monumental Roman Fresco / Places and Pleasures, originally created for and exhibited at the American Academy in Rome, Italy in 2010."


suzanne mcclelland

left, Suzanne McClelland's show at Sue Scott Gallery, "continues to investigate the space between script and physical gesture, making and unmaking what’s left in the air after action or speech."


howard hodgkin

Howard Hodgkin's work at Gagosian "is a presence that is sensed rather than apprehended, remaining resistant to interpretation, allusive, and fragmentary."


teresa henriques

Problem, Teresa Henriques's show at Rooster Gallery, opens December 8.


layer current

Layer Current, a group show at Like the Spice Gallery, opens December 8.


nan goldin

Scopophilia, Nan Goldin's show at Matthew Marks, "pairs her own autobiographical images with new photographs of paintings and sculpture from the Louvre’s collection."


edward burtynsky

Edward Burtynsky's work at Howard Greenberg continues to "push the boundaries of contemporary photography and social awareness."


george condo

George Condo's show at Skarstedt "continues to expand his Drawing Paintings with a series of works known as Compressions."


jessica dickinson

Jessica Dickinson's new work at James Fuentes furthers "an unstable matrix of migratory light, color, and form."


jeronimo elespe

Jeronimo Elespe's show at Eleven Rivington runs through December 4.