Multiverse You Are, I Am, James Rosenquist’s show at Acquavella, “features eleven paintings – two of which are monumental in scale – that reflect the artist’s continued interest in time and outer space.”
The Ernst Wilhelm Nay show at Mary Boone “focuses on works that represent the pinnacle of Nay’s artistic achievement: the late period of the 1950s and 1960s.”
Dotting the i’s & Crossing the t’s: Part II, Robert Irwin’s two-part show at Pace, “continues a presentation of his work that began in the spring.”
For Estate, at Marianne Boesky, Lucie Fontaine and her employees will live at the upper east side gallery for two months.
The Quay Brothers, who “for over 30 years have been in the avant-garde of stop-motion puppet animation and live-action movie-making,” have an exhibition and film retrospective at the MoMA.
The Neue Galerie presents the largest American exhibition of Swiss painter Ferdinand Hodler, who was a major influence on Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt.
Rodney McMillian’s show at Maccarone “examines issues around the politics of subjectivity and cultural histories.”