erik benson

The Park, Erik Benson's show at Arsenal Gallery, opens May 2.


apt. 4b

And Riding Clouds, at Rooster, runs through June 9.


and riding clouds

And Riding Clouds, my show at Rooster Gallery, opens April 25th and features my first cement installation, "Apt. 4B".


guest of a guest

Guest of a Guest gives a nice mention to And Riding Clouds, opening April 25.


anthony campuzano

Local Color, Anthony Campuzano's show at Churner and Churner, "considers questions of doubling and distance, not only by repeating the act of drawing the same image but also by remaking several key works from his past."


1, 2, 3, 4

Risa Shoup, Associate Director of The Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, is the curator of 1, 2, 3, 4, a show at Gallery 200 in DUMBO featuring two CCNY MFA students and two CCNY MFA alums that "responds to the shared experience of producing work in the institution that links them all together."


richard serra

Richard Serra's show at David Zwirner features work from 1966 to 1971 that "represents the beginning of the artist’s innovative, process-oriented experiments with nontraditional materials."


david diao

David Diao's show at Postmasters, the final show at the space's Chelsea location, "questions how value is assigned to art and artists."


rochelle feinstein

Rochelle Feinstein's show at Higher Pictures explores how "specific vocabularies might influence the understanding of broader socio-cultural issues."


the wall of pleasure

On April 20th Mão Morta will present a live performance of their limited edition vinyl record that was recorded in collaboration with Tiago Estrada's "The Wall of Pleasure," currently on view at Rooster Gallery. The concert promises to be pleasantly chaotic, as if "Isidore Ducasse met Hugo Ball and Guy Débord."


season of cambodia

Season of Cambodia: A Living Arts Festival, a "special initiative of Cambodian Living Arts in partnership with Cambodia’s leading arts organizations and New York’s most vibrant cultural and academic institutions," has many wonderful events scheduled between now and July.


b. wurtz

B. Wurtz's show at Metro Pictures features his "collected and repurposed common objects that help create his understated yet insightful found-object sculptures."


gordon matta-clark

Above and Below, the Gordon Matta-Clark show at David Zwirner, focuses on "his activities as a filmmaker."


claes oldenburg

The Street and The Store, at the MoMA, "examines the beginnings of Claes Oldenburg’s extraordinary career with an in-depth look at his first two major bodies of work," which "redefined the relationship between painting and sculpture."


alberto burri

Black Cellotex, Alberto Burri's show at Luxembourg and Dayan, "unveils paintings never before exhibited in the United States and suggests the less explored connections between Burri, a consummate innovator and abstractionist, and the masters whose achievements in earlier centuries continue to exert a profound influence upon art."


ashley bickerton

Ashley Bickerton and Nicolas Pol's show at Lehmann Maupin "presents a dialogue between two distinctive and wildly imaginative artists, born of different generations, who draw upon a similar reactive nature to construct vibrant, fantastical, and often times, otherworldly images of apocalyptic proportion."


billy childish

Billy Childish's show at Lehmann Maupin runs through April 20.


luigi ghirri

Kodachrome, Luigi Ghirri's show at Matthew Marks, "consists of 25 vintage color photographs included in Ghirri’s seminal 1978 publication and exhibition of the same title."