The first ever exhibition of Richter’s work on paper in the United States, Lines Which Do Not Exist will open at the Drawing Center on September 11.
Bill Brady ATM Gallery has very aggressively promoted this show. It opens September 10.
The doldrums of summer were interrupted by Leslie Wayne’s show at Jack Shainman.
I had forgotten how much I enjoy Hope Gangloff’s work.
Autumn is the perfect time for a day trip to the Dia:Beacon to see Robert Ryman’s on-going exhibit.
It is never too early to start looking ahead. Brice Marden’s show Letters at Matthew Marks opens in October.
This show somehow flew under the radar. Julie Mehretu: Grey Area,, which has been up since May, closes October 6.
James Franco’s first solo exhibition, The Dangerous Book Four Boys, is on view at AIR’s Clocktower Gallery.
The Carol Bove, Sterling Ruby and Dana Schutz show at Andrea Rosen closes this week.
Art Fag City is celebrating its 5-year Anniversary with The Sound of Art, a “documentation of the sounds heard in galleries, museums, and project spaces in New York over the past five years.” Submit.