tomás saraceno

Summer is here and The Met is celebrating on their roof with Tomás Saraceno's Cloud City, a structure which viewers are encouraged to explore while taking in the views of Central Park.


bushwick open studios

Bushwick Open Studios is June 1-3.


laurie anderson

BOAT, presented by Vito Schnabel, is Laurie Andersons's first show in New York City.


sven lukin

Sven Lukin's show at Gary Snyder "offers detailed views of the artist’s work during the 1960s and the past decade."


pier paolo calzolari

Marianne Boesky, along with The Pace Gallery, present When the dreamer dies, what happens to the dream?, an "historic exhibition of the work of Pier Paolo Calzolari."


gary hume

Anxiety and the Horse, Gary Hume's show at Matthew Marks, "consists of a series of seven brightly colored abstract paintings made in Hume’s signature enamel on aluminum panels."


richard prince

Richard Prince: 14 paintings, at 303 Gallery, features work that "could have been played at CBGB's."


chantal joffe

Chantal Joffe's show at Cheim & Read features images "that she finds most alluring, especially in terms of sparking imaginative narrative."


giuseppe penone

Giuseppe Penone's show at Marian Goodman consists of work "from 1968 to today in a range of media representing a rich vocabulary of binary meanings related to the natural world and the notion of living sculpture."


balint zsako

Appetite, Balint Zsako's show at The Proposition, "describes the complexities of human interaction through a combination of realistic scenarios and fantastical metaphors."


ned vena

Ned Vena's show at Clifton Benevento is "comprised of ink blotter paintings and acid-etched security glass panels."


jessica labatte

Jessica Labatte's show at Golden is "constituted by three large-scale photographic tableaux picturing the materiality of colored light, depicted at once both active and substantive."


cindy sherman

Cindy Sherman's extraordinary 2012 continues with her show at Metro Pictures.


domenico gnoli

Luxembourg & Dayan is showing works by Domenico Gnoli, the Italian artist who died in 1970 at the age of 36.

aaron curry

Buzz Kill, Aaron Curry's show at Michael Werner, features a "massive painted aluminum sculpture that divides the exhibition space into individual “rooms” through which viewers can move."


2nd avenue

The MTA announced a stellar lineup of artists commissioned for the new 2nd Avenue Subway. The artists chosen include Chuck Close, Sarah Sze and Jean Shin.


david paulson

David Paulson's show at Jonathan Burden "vibrates with force, energy and process."


charles long

The Madison Square Park Conservancy presents Pet Sounds, an "interactive, large-scale, mixed-media installation by acclaimed California-based artist Charles Long," which will be at the park through September 9.


rachel harrison

The Help, Rachel Harrison's show at Greene Naftali, runs through June 16.


alex prager

Alex Prager's show at Yancey Richardson features "a selection of color photographs from the artistʼs new short film, La Petite Mort, with accompanying film stills."


ryan mcginley

Animals and Grids, Ryan McGinley's two shows at Team Gallery, each consist of an entirely different body of work.


kehinde wiley

Kehinde Wiley's show at Sean Kelly "depicts African-American women, his first-ever series dedicated to female subjects."


alice neel

Alice Neel's show at David Zwirner consists of her late portraits and still lifes.


anish kapoor

Anish Kapoor's show at Gladstone Gallery "demonstrates his ongoing exploration of the formal and conceptual framework that has informed his artistic practice for over three decades."


dana schutz

Piano in the Rain, Dana Schutz's show at Friedrich Petzel, uses "unstable narrative dilemmas as a springboard to paint and employ various characters."


ondine chavoya

On Thursday, May 10th, Ondine Chavoya will discuss his contribution to the recent exhibition Asco: The Elite of the Obscure, at The City College of New York.


your name here

[Your Name Here]: The Ex-Libris and Image Making, at Yale University's Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, "examines both historic and modern examples of bookplates with a variety of motifs."


avery library

On May 14th Avery Library at Columbia University presents its 8th Annual Recent Acquisitions, an event featuring a selection of highlights acquired throughout the year.