Friday, January 20, 2012

This Week in NYC


This Week in NYC:

The Guggenheim celebrates the career of Maurizio Cattelan, the closing of his retrospective All, and the official start of his retirement (whatever that’s going to mean) with a seven-hour finale this Saturday, January 21st, bringing together thirty prominent individuals from the fields of visual art, philosophy, literature, film, music, economics, law, activism, religion, dance, theater, sports, and fashion. FordPROJECT hosts a group show at their 57th Street penthouse with artists including Annika Connor, Kristen Schiele, and Veronica Smirnoff. At Lambert Fine Arts, Shalom Neuman builds multimedia portraits from found objects, sound recordings, motion sensors, and toys, while Terrenceo mixes found objects with bits of digital culture.

White Box has a January 17 performance by Roberta Lima and a group show featuring twelve Irish artists, opening Friday. Other highlights include Marianne Vitale’s WHAT I NEED TO DO IS LIGHTEN THE FUCK UP ABOUT A LOT OF SHIT at Zach Feuer Gallery, the group show In Living Color at FLAG Art Foundation with works from Cy Twombly, Dan Colen, and Gerhard Richter, among others, and Sergej Jensen at Anton Kern Gallery. To browse all our listings, check here.

Tuesday, January 17


Opulent Vision

fordPROJECT, 57 West 57th Street, Penthouse


Daniel Escobar: Fictitious Topographies

RH Gallery, 137 Duane Street

After School Special

New York Academy of Art, 111 Franklin St

Glass Ceiling

Kate Werble Gallery, 83 VANDAM STREET

Tony Cox, Meditative Rave, 2011. Courtesy of Kate Werble Gallery.


Allard van Hoorn: 007_Urban_Songline

Storefront for Art and Architecture, 97 Kenmare Street

Roberta Lima: Displacement

White Box, 329 Broome St.

Wednesday, January 18


Simone Leigh: You Don’t Know Where Her Mouth Has Been

The Kitchen, 512 W 19th st.

Lower East Side

Brian Bress: Status Report

The New Museum, 235 Bowery St.

Pär Strömberg in RETROspect

Charles Bank Gallery, 196 Bowery

Thursday, January 19



Zach Feuer Gallery, 548 West 22nd Street

Marianne Vitale, Caution, , 2011. Courtesy of Zach Feuer Gallery.

Blind Cut

Marlborough Chelsea, 545 West 25th Street

Jean Dubuffet: The Last Two Years

The Pace Gallery, 534 West 25th St.

Natasza Niedziolka : White Shadow

Horton Gallery, 504 W. 22nd Street

Drag_on N.Y.

ArtGate Gallery, 520 West 27th Street, #101

John Miller: Suburban Past Time

Metro Pictures, 519 West 24th Street

Thomas Heatherwick’s: Extruding and Spinning

Haunch of Venison, 550 West 21st Street

Thomas Heatherwick, Billet 1 Extrusion 6, 2009. Courtesy of Haunch of Venison.

Norman Mooney: Work on Paper

Sasha Wolf Gallery, 548 West 28th Street

Tadaaki Kuwayama

Gary Snyder Gallery, 529 West 20th Street, 10th Floor

Richard Kalina

Lennon Weinberg, 514 West 25th Street

Lower East Side

Heather Morgan: Lascivious

Dacia Gallery, 53 Stanton Street

Friday, January 20

Lower East Side

Shalom Neuman and Terrenceo: Racks On Racks and Urban ARTifacts

Lambert Fine Arts, 57 Stanton St

Shalom Neuman, Amerika Michael. Courtesy of Lambert Fine Arts.

All Humans Do

White Box, 329 Broome St.


Sergej Jensen

Anton Kern Gallery, 532 West 20th Street

Michael Bauer, Joel Croxson, Stephen LICHTY, Sarah E. Wood

Foxy Production, 623 W 27 St., Ground Floor

Weegee: Murder is My Business

International Center of Photography, 1114 Avenue of the Americas


Newspaper Fiction: The New York Journalism of Djuna Barnes, 1913–1919

Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy

Saturday, January 21


The Last Word – Finale for Maurizio Cattelan: All

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Ave.


In Living Color

The FLAG Art Foundation, 545 West 25th St., 9th Fl

Cy Twombly, Leaving Paphos Ringed with Waves (IV), 2009, Acrylic on canvas, 105 5/16 × 83 5/8 inches, © 2012 Cy Twombly Foundation. Collection of Larry Gagosian

Lower East Side

AIRspace Open Studios

Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand Street

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