Queens College Art Center presents The Evil Eye, a show based on the belief that "an evil eye can cause injury or bad luck for the person at whom it is directed."
Derek Eller opens April 27.
Matthew Marks, consists of, among other pieces, "fifteen new paintings in oil on marble, which Marden completed last year on the Greek island of Hydra."
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Lehmann Maupin open April 26th.
David Zwirner, consists of "a selection of important sculptures and drawings spanning the years 1969 to 2000."
Half Gallery "includes an exclusively monochromatic perspective blending Futurism with the proto-cinematic."
I was recently introduced to the work of Alina Szapocznikow.
Caio Fonseca's new work at Paul Kasmin features "irreducible forms in precise architecture that belie their apparent rigor."
Catherine Lee's work at Galerie Lelong marks "the passage of time through vigorous, repetitive brushstrokes."
Nerve Ending, Enrico David's show at Michael Werner, closes April 21.
Sheila Hicks's show at Sikkema Jenkins "traverses the boundaries between painting and sculpture, design, craft and even architecture with the use of woven forms."
Sara Bichão's show at Rooster opens April 19.
The Frick will offer free after-hours admission on Friday, April 27, from 6:00-9:00PM.
For his first show at Mary Boone, Peter Saul "synthesizes Pop, Surrealism, Expressionism, and an irreverent Underground Comic aesthetic."
Jim Shaw's show at Metro Pictures consists of "a large mural and 20 drawings comprising a comic book that center on his fictional religion Oism."
Lavoro, Michelangelo Pistoletto's show at Luhring Augustine, consists of "new mirror paintings which explore lavoro, or work, as it relates to the subject of construction."
Cy Twombly's show at Eykyn Maclean features work from the Sonnabend Collection.
Donna Forma's show at OK Harris opens April 21.
Simone Gilges's show at Foxy Production "draws astute visual connections between the people she portrays and the settings in which they are posed."
Sarah Charlesworth's show at Susan Inglett "engages the play of light from her studio window as it reflects and refracts to conjure a mysterious animated presence."
Francesca Woodman, at the Guggenheim, is the "first comprehensive survey of the artist’s brief but extraordinary career to be seen in North America."
Keith Haring's show at the Brooklyn Museum focuses on his early years, 1978-1982.
Slack Tide, Sam Moyer's show at Rachel Uffner, "continues her examination of the liminal space between the two- and three-dimensional."