seismic shifts

Seismic Shifts, at the National Academy Museum, "spotlights artists and architects who challenge disciplinary boundaries, confront critical questions, and alter the perception of contemporary art.


louise bourgeois

The Museum of Modern Art recently launched Louise Bourgeois: The Complete Prints and Books, a major website documenting Bourgeois’s extensive work in printmaking.


luc tuymans

The Summer is Over, Luc Tuymans show at David Zwirner, comes on the heels of his show at Zwirner's London space.


rooms of wonder

Rooms of Wonder, at the Groiler Club, features items "drawn from the private library of curator Florence Fearrington, as well as from collections at Harvard’s Houghton Library, the Getty Research Institute Library, and the Peabody Library at Johns Hopkins University."


beatrix potter

Beatrix Potter: The Picture Letters, at the Morgan, closes January 27.


gaylen gerber

Gaylen Gerber's show at WALLSPACE "focuses on the normative aspects of visual language."


el anatsui

Pot of Wisdom, El Anatsui's show at Jack Shainman, "explores new formal approaches to color, composition and line."


francis alÿs

REEL-UNREEL, Francis Alÿs' show at David Zwirner, "includes a film the artist made in Kabul, Afghanistan, depicting a street game played by local children, as well as a series of paintings of color bars."


anj smith

Anj Smith's show at Hauser & Wirth consists of "eerie, luminous, compact portraits and landscapes."


brice marden

Brice Marden's Red Yellow Blue paintings show at Gagosian "is the first time that all four paintings comprising the historic group have been shown together."


maja bajević

Maja Bajević's show at the CUNY Graduate Center "looks at political voice through performance and music in public space."


gordon parks

Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967, at the Studio Museum in Harlem, "honors the legacy and the work of late iconic artist and photojournalist."


street shots/ nyc

Street Shots/ NYC, at the South Street Seaport Museum, features over 100 photographs taken on the streets of New York.


david shirgley

David Shirgley's show at Anton Kern consists of "a large black gong sculpture positioned in the center of the gallery surrounded by a variety of signs, such as flags, scrolls and banners, neon and cast bronze texts."


jacob kassay

Untitled (disambiguation), Jacob Kassay's show at The Kitchen, "engages the specific spatial properties of the gallery and building, seeking to affect and augment one’s experience of the room by attending to the shifting visual field and a variety of supports."


david humphrey

David Humphrey's show at Fredericks & Freiser consists of "imagined worlds where boundaries between psychological interior, physical urges, and familiar settings fall away."


giorgio griffa

Giorgio Griffa's show at Casey Kaplan is "the first solo exhibition of the artist’s work in New York since 1970, as well as his first in the United States since 1973."


daniel buren

Daniel Buren has simultaneous shows at Bortolami and Petzel.


george tice

Platinum/Palladium Photographs, George Tice's show at Nailya Alexander Gallery, consists of "sixteen 20 x 24 inch photographs, taken between 1969 and 2003."


the pop

POP recently featured a nice interview I conducted with them regarding Pray To Fallen Skies, my solo show in London.


brooklyn / montreal

Brooklyn / Montreal, the "first artistic encounter in more than a decade between these two leading North American centers of today’s art," kicks off in Brooklyn on January 10.


shaun odell

Shaun Odell's show at Jack Hanley Gallery runs through January 20.


wolf vostell

TV-Montparnasse: A Possible Survey on Video, the Wolf Vostell show at Rooster Gallery, "celebrates the work of one of the most innovative European artists of the second half of the 20th century, a forerunner of video art, happening, installation and an active member of the Fluxus Movement."


ryan mcginley

Through February 5, 3,000 taxis in New York will feature a 30-second video by Ryan McGinley as part of their Taxi TVs.


the sight of silence

The Sight of Silence, John Cage's show at the National Academy Museum, "showcases Cage's watercolors, prints and drawings, as well as some of the artist’s unusual graphic musical scores accompanied by recordings of his music."


gary simmons

Gary Simmons's show at Metro Pictures "brings together a range of works produced over the last 20 years."