Nina Beier at Metro Pictures, New York

Press release: Metro Pictures presents a selection of new work by Berlin-based artist Nina Beier in her second exhibition at the gallery. Beier’s work unfolds the histories enmeshed with serially produced objects and materials. She is drawn to those that have continually mutated and evolved as a result of transcultural exchange, reflecting on the fluctuating

Alice Tippit at Nicelle Beauchene, New York

Press release: Nicelle Beauchene is pleased to present Alice Tippit’s Long Red Moans, the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Continuing to explore the interpretations of visual language, Tippit’s latest body of work mines the psychology and susceptibility of reading the erotic in the everyday. Tippit’s painting style is graphic—pictures, signs, and symbols are

Lygia Pape at Hauser & Wirth, New York

Press release: A founding member of Brazil’s Neo-Concrete movement, Lygia Pape (1927 – 2004) valued art that favored the primacy of the viewer and his or her sensorial experience. Pape explored rich territory via the media of sculpture, drawing, engraving, filmmaking, and installation, and cemented her reputation as one of the most significant Brazilian artists

Juliana Cerqueira Leite at Arsenal Contemporary NYC, New York

Press release: Arsenal Contemporary is pleased to present the Brazilian, Brooklyn-based artist, Juliana Cerqueira Leite’s first solo presentation in New York, Until Different. The exhibition opens 13 September and runs through 4 November, 2018. Juliana Cerqueira Leite reformulates physical presences and absences in the world and body, negating the mere reassertion of subjects and their

B. Wurtz at Metro Pictures, New York

Press release: Coinciding with “Kitchen Trees,” B. Wurtz’s major installation for Public Art Fund at City Hall Park in lower Manhattan, “Domestic Space” at Metro Pictures includes new large-scale sculptures and photographic works printed on fabric. While Wurtz is known for his carefully assembled sculptures made from quotidian objects, the works on view here demonstrate

Jason Dodge at Casey Kaplan, New York

Press release: Casey Kaplan is pleased to announce “hand in hand with the handless,” new works by Jason Dodge. Dodge’s first exhibition with the gallery was in 1998. Over the past two decades, Dodge has engaged in a sculptural practice that offers space for presence and reflection. His works exist as primary materials through which

Tyler Coburn at Koenig & Clinton, New York

Press release: Koenig & Clinton is pleased to announce our first solo exhibition of works by Tyler Coburn. The exhibition is comprised of a single-channel digital animation, a text, and an object designed in collaboration with architects Bureau V. In 1969, conceptual artist Douglas Huebler teased the limits of photography when he announced his impossible

Gedi Sibony at Greene Naftali, New York

Press release: For over two decades, Gedi Sibony has excavated the discarded byproducts of commerce and, through subtle interventions and specific installation, transformed the pedestrian into the lyrical. For his fifth show at Greene Naftali, The King And The Corpse, Sibony simultaneously magnifies and contracts this gesture, extracting and restaging a single, large scale structure

Zoe Leonard at Whitney Museum, New York

Press release: New York–based artist Zoe Leonard (b. 1961) is among the most critically acclaimed artists of her generation. Over the past three decades, she has produced work in photography and sculpture that has been celebrated for its lyrical observations of daily life coupled with a rigorous, questioning attention to the politics and conditions of