Mark Bradford’s show at Sikkema Jenkins features his “large-scale paintings, recognized for a complex abstraction of form and intricate layering.”
Jason Brinkerhoff’s show at ZieherSmith “continues his fecund anachronistic approach, featuring over 70 works on paper as well as the first look at his painting practice, both of which concentrate on the female figure.”
I’m Lovin’ It, a group show being held on Sunday, October 28, will take place in the parking lot between the Staples and McDonald’s near the BQE in Greenpoint. Each artist will be given a car to do with what they choose.
Fictitious Truths, curated by Kara L. Rooney, “examines such topics as the exploration of personal identity, the analysis of consumer culture (and by extension the art market), and the recreation of political histories.”
Forge, Ai Weiwei’s show at Mary Boone, features an “installation derived from twisted steel rebar from schools that collapsed during an earthquake in China in May 2008.”