john neff

John Neff's show at Golden runs through October 28.


james rosenquist

Multiverse You Are, I Am, James Rosenquist's show at Acquavella, "features eleven paintings – two of which are monumental in scale – that reflect the artist’s continued interest in time and outer space."


ernst wilhelm nay

The Ernst Wilhelm Nay show at Mary Boone "focuses on works that represent the pinnacle of Nay's artistic achievement: the late period of the 1950s and 1960s."


robert irwin

Dotting the i's & Crossing the t's: Part II, Robert Irwin's two-part show at Pace, "continues a presentation of his work that began in the spring."


patricia treib

Patricia Treib's show at Tibor de Nagy runs through October 13.


lucie fontaine

For Estate, at Marianne Boesky, Lucie Fontaine and her employees will live at the upper east side gallery for two months.


fazal sheikh

Fazal Sheikh's show at Pace/MacGill closes October 20.


quay brothers

The Quay Brothers, who "for over 30 years have been in the avant-garde of stop-motion puppet animation and live-action movie-making," have an exhibition and film retrospective at the MoMA.


ferdinand hodler

The Neue Galerie presents the largest American exhibition of Swiss painter Ferdinand Hodler, who was a major influence on Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt.


rodney mcmillian

Rodney McMillian's show at Maccarone "examines issues around the politics of subjectivity and cultural histories."


anya kielar

Anya Kielar's show at Rachel Uffner features "a series of large-scale fabric pieces in which she continues her ongoing investigation of the female form."


thomas hirschhorn

Concordia, Concordia, Thomas Hirschhorn's show at Gladstone Gallery, consists of "a large-scale work inspired by the sinking of the cruise ship Costa Concordia, which ran aground off the coast of Italy in January 2012."



Gelatin's show at Greene Naftali "collides a juvenile playfulness with vulgarity and abjection."


the panic in needle park

"The Panic in Needle Park, " Jerry Schatzberg's film from 1971, is playing at Anthology Film Archives on September 17.


bruce high qualify foundation

Bruce High Quality Foundation's show at Lever House closes September 28.


jonathan allmaier

Jonathan Allmaier's show at James Fuentes closes September 30.


gerhard richter

Gerhard Richter's show at Marian Goodman "challenges traditional concepts of the medium of painting and continues the dialogue between painting and the glass works which have been a constant in his work since the mid-1960s."


daniel joseph martinez

I Want To Go To Detroit: Cheerleader Cheer, Daniel Joseph Martinez's show at Simon Preston, opens September 12.


alexis duque

Metropolis, Alexis Duque's show at Praxis, opens September 13.


valerie hegarty

Valerie Hegarty's show at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery opens September 9.



GO, taking place September 8 - 9, is an open-studio tour of Brooklyn which allows voters to select which artists will be featured in a show at the Brooklyn Museum.


jerry schatzberg

Jerry Schatzberg's show Nico: New York, New York, at Rooster Gallery, "presents a less known period of Nico’s life before integrating Andy Warhol’s Factory, her association with The Velvet Underground and the reinvention of her personality characterized by her Germanic unapproachability."


little birds

Elgin James's recent film Little Birds has opened in limited release.


oscar tuazon

Oscar Tuazon: People, at Brooklyn Bridge Park, suggests "sculptural variations on familiar playground designs."


andrew gbur

Andrew Gbur's work at Eleven Rivington is "predominantly concerned with painting's reliability as a mode of communication."