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

Robert Filliou at Peter Freeman, New York

Press release: Peter Freeman, Inc. is pleased to present a survey of work of French-born artist Robert Filliou (1926-1987). The first such comprehensive overview to be shown in the United States, Seule la Fête est Permanente (a phrase that the artist creatively translated into “The Eternal Network is Everlasting”) has been organized in partnership with

Gerwald Rockenschaub at Eva Presenhuber, New York

Press release: For geometric playground (flamboyant edit), Gerwald Rockenschaub designed a new wall installation in the main showroom space. Four wall works complement one another, a counterpoint comment on each other and thus form a rhythmic whole. The wall works consist of painted surfaces and objects made of acrylic glass. Because of the different materiality

Carissa Rodriguez at SculptureCenter, New York

Press Release: Carissa Rodriguez examines the material and social conditions in which art is produced and reveals how the canonical figure of the artist is reflected in—and reproduced by—the products of her labor. Rodriguez’s solo exhibition at SculptureCenter will feature a newly commissioned video work. By engaging the discourse of sculpture through the tools of

Lewis Stein at Essex Street, New York

Press Release: “These pieces have, I believe, broken new ground by simultaneously revealing certain perceptual structures of our experience in the world and new ways of being in the world not previously made evident in any other art practice.” … “What these works have in common and how they are different from previous works: ‘Use

Barbara Bloom at David Lewis, New York

Press release: David Lewis is pleased to present Barbara Bloom, A Picture, A Thousand Words. The exhibition is the artist’s first with the gallery. It is her first exhibition in New York since her celebrated exhibition As it were… So to Speak at the Jewish Museum in 2013 and her first gallery exhibition in New

Daniel Buren at Bortolami, New York

Press release: Bortolami is pleased to present Daniel Buren’s fourth exhibition with the gallery, and the first in its new Tribeca location. For this show, Buren will completely transform the space, using both colored filters and with new in situ works. In his over 50-year career, Daniel Buren is best known for his use of

“Invisible Man” at Martos Gallery, New York

Press release: Martos Gallery is pleased to announce the grand opening of its new location in Chinatown with Invisible Man, a group presentation featuring new works by Torkwase Dyson, Pope.L, Kayode Ojo, and Jessica Vaughn. Invisible Man reflects on how bodies use, manipulate and move through their environments, and transforms the gallery into a temporary

Nairy Baghramian at Marian Goodman, New York

Press release: Marian Goodman Gallery New York is delighted to announce our first solo exhibition in New York by Nairy Baghramian, which will open on Thursday, May 4th, and run through Saturday, June 10th. Nairy Baghramian’s work comprises sculpture and installation often in reference to architecture and the fragmented human body. Her work addresses temporal,

Rey Akdogan at Miguel Abreu, New York

Press release: Miguel Abreu Gallery is pleased to announce the opening, on Wednesday, April 12th, of Faction, Rey Akdogan’s third solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will be on view at the gallery’s 36 Orchard Street location. For this exhibition, as in her previous work, Akdogan employs standard materials that are ordinarily used for

Ernesto Burgos at Kate Werble, New York

Press release: The seven new works by Chilean artist Ernesto Burgos in his exhibition, One Thing After Another, open a dialogue between scale and expectation. The large expansive pieces – made of cardboard, fiberglass and aqua resin, embellished with paint and charcoal – sit on table-like pedestals. At first, they look too immense for their

Maureen Gallace at MoMA PS1, New York

Press release: For more than 25 years, Maureen Gallace (b. 1960) has painted genre scenes drawn from the American landscape and still life traditions. Her small canvases and panels most commonly depict rural pastorals and coastlines, typically featuring nondescript barns or cottages amid dunes and foliage in settings that evoke holiday cards and vacation snapshots.