Summer is here and The Met is celebrating on their roof with Tomás Saraceno’s Cloud City, a structure which viewers are encouraged to explore while taking in the views of Central Park.
Bushwick Open Studios is June 1-3.
BOAT, presented by Vito Schnabel, is Laurie Andersons’s first show in New York City.
Sven Lukin’s show at Gary Snyder “offers detailed views of the artist’s work during the 1960s and the past decade.”
Anxiety and the Horse, Gary Hume’s show at Matthew Marks, “consists of a series of seven brightly colored abstract paintings made in Hume’s signature enamel on aluminum panels.”
Richard Prince: 14 paintings, at 303 Gallery, features work that “could have been played at CBGB’s.”
Chantal Joffe’s show at Cheim & Read features images “that she finds most alluring, especially in terms of sparking imaginative narrative.”
Giuseppe Penone’s show at Marian Goodman consists of work “from 1968 to today in a range of media representing a rich vocabulary of binary meanings related to the natural world and the notion of living sculpture.”
Appetite, Balint Zsako’s show at The Proposition, “describes the complexities of human interaction through a combination of realistic scenarios and fantastical metaphors.”