Dan Walsh at Paula Cooper, New York

The Paula Cooper Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Dan Walsh on view from March 17 through April 21, 2012 at 534 West 21st Street. Walsh will show paintings and works on paper in which he continues to explore “process generated images,” the artist’s method of creating images shaped by

Jim Isermann at Mary Boone, New York

Drawing on the legacy of mid-20th century California artists, the work of Palm Springsbased Jim Isermann is informed by the projected optimism, clean lines, and new materials of Modernism. Isermann stakes his own territory by enlisting the vocabulary of design to create works that are unashamedly beautiful, a beauty that is integral to the limitations and specific characteristics of

Hans-Peter Feldmann at Guggenheim, New York

Hans-Peter Feldmann has spent over four decades conducting a profound investigation into the influence of the visual environment on our subjective reality. Composing images and objects into serial archives, uncanny combinations, and other illuminating new contexts, his work unearths the latent associations and sentiments contained within the landscape of daily life. As the winner of

Lee Ufan at The Guggenheim Museum, New York

(NEW YORK, NY – June 23, 2011)—The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity, the first North American museum retrospective devoted to the artist-philosopher Lee Ufan (surname: Lee, given name: Ufan), a preeminent sculptor, painter, and writer active in Korea, Japan, and Europe over the last forty years. The exhibition positions Lee as a

Hilary Lloyd at Artists Space, New York

Artists Space presents the first solo exhibition in the United States by British artist Hilary Lloyd. The exhibition will feature new work developed by Lloyd in direct relation to the architecture of Artists Space. Hilary Lloyd’s work is predominantly realized through the presentation of sequential images, either within video or slide installations. This work is

Lynda Benglis at New Museum, New York

Over the past forty years, Lynda Benglis has developed a distinctive and influential sculptural language. Benglis rose to prominence during the 1960s and ’70s, a time when her singular practice both intersected with and transcended the categories of post-Minimalism and feminist art. Benglis’s sculptures suggest a remarkable range of influences, including the gestures of Abstract

Michael Heizer at David Zwirner, New York

David Zwirner is pleased to present a selection of works from the 1960s and 70s by American artist Michael Heizer (b. 1944) at the gallery’s 519 West 19th Street space. As a pioneer of the 1960s Land Art movement, Heizer has created a prolific and ambitious practice encompassing painting, sculpture, and large-scale earthworks. His paintings

Scott Lyall at Miguel Abreu, New York

Miguel Abreu Gallery is pleased to present An Immigrant Affection, Scott Lyall’s second one-person exhibition at the gallery. The opening reception for the show will take place on Sunday, September 12th, from 6 to 8 pm. An Immigrant Affection is a kind of self-relationship in which the sender and the receiver, counted together, add to

“Christmas in July” at Yvon Lambert, New York

Yvon Lambert New York is pleased to announce Christmas in July, a group show curated by Simon Castets. The exhibition will feature work by John Baldessari, Lynda Benglis, Michael Brown, Heman Chong, Alex Da Corte, Elmgreen & Dragset, Douglas Gordon, Christian Holstad, Jonathan Horowitz, Matt Keegan, Keegan McHargue, Marepe, Kris Martin, Aleksandra Mir, Sarah Ortmeyer,

Peter Fischli and David Weiss at Matthew Marks, New York

Matthew Marks is pleased to announce a special exhibition of work by Peter Fischli and David Weiss at his three galleries. The exhibition includes the new monumental installation, Sun, Moon and Stars at 522 West 22nd Street. Clay and Rubber at 523 West 24th Street features their iconic sculptures from the past two decades in these materials, while their newest sculpture, Sleeping Puppets, will

Damian Ortega at Gladstone Gallery, New York

Press release: Gladstone Gallery is pleased to announce its first exhibition with artist Damián Ortega. Beginning his career as a political cartoonist, Ortega teases out the social conflicts embedded in even the most banal objects. In his films, sculptures, and other works he deconstructs the economic and political relationships bound together in commodities ranging from