Tom Burr at Bortolami, New York

Bortolami is pleased to present “Dressage”, six contingent sculptures that together form a parallel to the six levels of training of Classical Dressage. These stages are loosely translated from German as Rhythm and Regularity; Relaxation and Suppleness; Contact; Impulsion; Straightness; Collection. Dressage continues Burr’s overarching interest in structures and performances that control, discipline and contain

“Counter Forms” at Andrea Rosen, New York

Counter Forms brings together an extraordinary group of rarely seen works, predominantly from the 1960s and ‘70s, by four artists whose oeuvres remains as fresh and visceral today as they must have first appeared in their time. The exhibition gathers an unprecedented constellation of artists and exceptional historical material, provoking us to look at the

David Adamo at UNTITLED, New York

UNTITLED feels at home in presenting an exhibition of a new body of work by David Adamo, his second at the gallery. For this exhibition Adamo has taken something enormous made by something small and translated it into something small made by a person—the termite mound. Termite mounds readily concede their ‘sculptured’ organic appearance and

James Turrell at Guggenheim Museum, New York

James Turrell’s first exhibition in a New York museum since 1980 focuses on the artist’s groundbreaking explorations of perception, light, color, and space, with a special focus on the role of site-specificity in his practice. At its core is Aten Reign (2013), a major new project that recasts the Guggenheim rotunda as an enormous volume

Paul Lee at Maccarone, New York

Paul Lee’s vocabulary possesses quiet force. His unspoken narratives investigate the meaning and conquest of desire, using a language that is and on the verge of absence-a mark via the form of a trace, a trace that wipes away any particular subjective resonance, appointing it in another form. In Emerald, Lee’s second solo exhibition at

Luigi Ghirri at Matthew Marks, New York

Matthew Marks is pleased to announce Luigi Ghirri: Kodachrome, the next exhibition in his gallery at 526 West 22nd Street. The exhibition consists of 25 vintage color photographs included in Ghirri’s seminal 1978 publication and exhibition of the same title. This is the first time these important works will be exhibited in the United States. It is

Doug Aitken at 303 Gallery, New York

Central to Doug Aitken’s “100 YRS” exhibition is a new “Sonic Fountain,” in which water drips from 5 rods suspended from the ceiling, falling into a concrete crater dug out of the gallery floor. The flow of water itself is controlled so as to create specific rhythmic patterns that will morph, collapse and overlap in

Gary Simmons at Metro Pictures, New York

Metro Pictures presents a survey of Gary Simmons’s career that brings together a range of works produced over the last 20 years. The exhibition includes Simmons’s first chalk drawings on blackboards done in the artist’s “erasure” technique along with sculptures, paintings, photographs and a 1992 wall drawing not seen since it’s first presentation at the

Alice Channer at Lisa Cooley, New York

Alice Channer’s work traces the disappearance, mutation, and possible evolution of a body and of materials in post-industrial environments. Her works are made up of flat surfaces that she pleats, curves, stretches, expands and contracts to explore sculptural concerns of volume, dimension and weight. By treating the surfaces, materials and processes that make up our