Kai Althoff at MoMA, New York

Press release: Kai Althoff: and then leave me to the common swifts, on view at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, from September 18, 2016 through January 22, 2017, was designed and curated by Kai Althoff and organized at The Museum of Modern Art by Laura Hoptman, Curator, and Margaret Ewing, Curatorial Assistant, Department

Daniel Boccato at The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn

Press release: A mocking stoicism pervades “creepers” at The Journal Gallery, Daniel Boccato’s first solo exhibition in New York. The shapeshifting works hang on the walls at eye level, facing us head-on, posited to torment, taunt, or seduce. Indifferent, they choose to keep mum. Fiberglass and epoxy, adaptable industrial materials, dry to a sturdy finish

Liu Wei at Lehmann Maupin, New York

Press release: Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Liu Wei.The gallery’s second exhibition with the Chinese artist will be shown in both its New York locations. Each space will feature an installation alongside new paintings in which Liu Wei continues his examination of the physiological and psychological conditions that

Despina Stokou at Derek Eller, New York

Press release: Derek Eller Gallery is proud to present SHOUT!, an exhibition of paintings by Despina Stokou. Shout! To many people, the word “shout” immediately acts as a call to dance, let loose and visit that wild side… It’s in the primal yells of the Isley Brothers’ famous 1959 call-and-response hit ‘Shout!’ or in their

“Tre Amici” at Tre Amici Restaurant, Long Branch, New Jersey

“Tre Amici” at Tre Amici Restaurant, Long Branch. Participating artists: Seth Price, Blake Rayne, Jeanette Mundt, Marcel Broodthaers, Paul Chan, Nan Goldin, Jeffrey Joyal, Margaret Lee & Emily Sundblad, Kulisek / Lieske, Melik Ohanian, Cosima von Bonin, Jason Rhoades, Alex Israel, Paul Thek, Martin Kippenberger, Bill Hayden, John Kelsey, Rachel Harrison, Stephen Prina. The exhibition

Meg Webster at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Press release: Paula Cooper Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Meg Webster. Meg Webster’s work finds inspiration in the intrinsic beauty of natural materials. Using metal, glass and organic elements like salt, soil, twigs and moss, the artist creates large-scale installations and precise structures rooted in the traditions of Land

Sadie Benning at Mary Boone, New York

Press release: The exhibition Green God meditates on the meanings of Genesis 1:27, which hauntingly establishes that “God created man in His own image”. While this phrase has been altered over time and while it exists in alternative iterations, it still works to engender a set of inherited beliefs. In this body of work, Benning

Urs Fischer at JTT, New York

Press release: On view in the center of the gallery will be a single sculpture: a one-to-one replica of Aristide Maillol’s sculpture La Rivière. Maillol (1861–1944, Banyuls-sur-Mer, France), like Fischer, was an artist who worked across many media from sculpture to painting and printmaking. La Rivière (or The River) depicts a woman in the act

Dawn Kasper at David Lewis, New York

Press release: David Lewis is pleased to present Dawn Kasper’s Cluster, the artist’s second exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition continues Dawn Kasper’s investigation into the nature of performance and participatory practice. The installation consists of sixty-three cymbals installed throughout the gallery in clusters alluding to astronomical configurations. The cymbals have been wired with motion

Barbara Probst at Murray Guy, New York

Press release: For her latest exhibition at Murray Guy, Barbara Probst presents three contemplative works that further develop the method she uses to make her multi-part Exposures. Probst sets up multiple cameras and uses a radio-controlled shutter release in order to capture a single moment. In each of the new works, a central narrative is

Ann Veronica Janssens at Bortolami, New York

Press release: Bortolami is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of Ann Veronica Janssens, coinciding with her show at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas. Using light as her primary material, Janssens manipulates negative spaces to create interactive experiences. Sharing similar concerns with Light and Space artists (like sensory phenomena, translucence, and ambience), Janssens

John Knight at Greene Naftali, New York

Press release: Garden Floor Greene Naftali is pleased to announce its second solo exhibition by Los Angeles–based artist John Knight. The current exhibition constitutes a brief history of Knight’s media practice, and represents a set of the artist’s ongoing concerns. Through his excavations of seemingly benign subject matter, Knight demonstrates the subtlety with which various