The Artist in Place: The First Ten Years of MoMA PS1, at the Celeste Bartos Theater Lobby of the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education Building at MoMA, runs through January 1, 2013.
Pray To Fallen Skies, my first solo UK exhibition, opens November 29th at Rook and Raven Gallery in London. An AdamWaymouthProduction, the show features my all-white pieces that further explore the dichotomy between purity of image and roughness of material.
Eugène Leroy’s show at Michael Werner consists of nudes that “appear to be sculpted from the paint itself.”
Goshka Macuga’s show at Andrew Kreps “is comprised of works that were recently shown at the Zachęta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, which was the first major presentation of her work in a public institution in Poland.”
Bodyspace, Antony Gormley’s show at Sean Kelly, “expands his investigation into the polarizing effects of mass and energy through the installation of two new works in the gallery’s main exhibition space.”
Richard Artschwager’s show at David Nolan consists of “thirty recent pastel on paper landscape drawings.”
Egon Schiele’s Women, at Galerie St. Etienne, shows how Schiele’s work “presaged the more fluid, open-ended approach to gender and sexuality that prevails today.”
White Paintings, Richard Prince’s show at Skarstedt, is comprised of “ten paintings from the series executed during the early 1990s.”
Cy Twombly: The Last Paintings, at Gagosian, features his last paintings along with about 100 of his photographs.
Double Play, John Baldessari’s show at Marian Goodman, “consists of a new series of paintings on canvas in which Baldessari engages us in his strategic and diverse practice of selection and montage, removal and assembly.”