Jay DeFeo’s show at the Whitney opens February 28.
Winter Diary, Bernard Frize’s show at Pace, “features fifteen new paintings that continue Frize’s process-oriented practice of creating work according to systems, rules, and chance.”
Dirk Skreber’s show at Petzel “continues to mine the contradictions of popular imagery through both conceptual and formal variations.”
I’m a big fan of Hope Gangloff’s work. Be sure to see her show at Susan Inglett before it closes March 23.
Palimpsest III, Russell Nachman’s show at LMAK projects, “continues his exploration and meditaion on the waning days of western metaphysics.”
The Basquiat show at Gagosian offers the public “a fresh opportunity to consider his central role in his artistic generation as a lightning rod and a bridge between cultures.”
The Bard Graduate Center Library is holding its winter book sale on Tuesday, February 19 from 10:00a.m. to 6:30p.m. All are welcome. Please note: The sale will be held at Bard Hall, near Columbus Circle, at 410 W. 58th St. between 9th and 10th Avenues (not at the library on W. 86th).
Signs, David Shrigley’s show at Anton Kern, closes February 16.
Chris Antkowiak should by now be finished with his 12th annual Valentine’s Day Painting.