In his first solo show at Mike Weiss, Marc Séguin “uses found images culled from the internet, history and text books to portray moments in social, political, historical and personal timelines that are marked by the absence of success.”
The Andy Monument, by sculptor Rob Pruitt, will be on view this summer in Union Square, not far from Warhol’s old Factory.
Richard Serra Drawing: A Retrospective, at the Met, traces Serra’s “investigation of drawing as an activity both independent from and linked to his sculptural practice.”
Ellsworth Kelly: Reliefs 2009-2010, “an exhibition of thirteen new paintings and a new sculpture,” is at Matthew Marks through April 16.
James Siena’s show at Pace opens March 25.
Kim Simonsson, whose sculptures are “inspired by Western aesthetics and the stylized figures of Japanese Manga,” has a show at Nancy Margolis Gallery.
HELLA, the exhibit at Rooster Gallery by Russell Floersch, “considers memory and recollection, specific place as landscape, loss and reclamation.”
Malevich and the American Legacy, another museum quality show at Gagosian, pairs rare works of Kazimir Malevich with pieces by modern and contemporary American artists in an effort to “examine the ongoing effects of his enduring influence.”
Storefront for Art and Architecture presents DIG, a performance installation by Daniel Arsham and Snarkitecture that “explores the architecture of excavation.”