Seismic Shifts, at the National Academy Museum, “spotlights artists and architects who challenge disciplinary boundaries, confront critical questions, and alter the perception of contemporary art.
The Summer is Over, Luc Tuymans show at David Zwirner, comes on the heels of his show at Zwirner’s London space.
Rooms of Wonder, at the Groiler Club, features items “drawn from the private library of curator Florence Fearrington, as well as from collections at Harvard’s Houghton Library, the Getty Research Institute Library, and the Peabody Library at Johns Hopkins University.”
Beatrix Potter: The Picture Letters, at the Morgan, closes January 27.
Gaylen Gerber’s show at WALLSPACE “focuses on the normative aspects of visual language.”
Pot of Wisdom, El Anatsui’s show at Jack Shainman, “explores new formal approaches to color, composition and line.”
REEL-UNREEL, Francis Alÿs’ show at David Zwirner, “includes a film the artist made in Kabul, Afghanistan, depicting a street game played by local children, as well as a series of paintings of color bars.”
Anj Smith’s show at Hauser & Wirth consists of “eerie, luminous, compact portraits and landscapes.”
Brice Marden’s Red Yellow Blue paintings show at Gagosian “is the first time that all four paintings comprising the historic group have been shown together.”