Thanks for all your votes!!
Per Kirkeby’s paintings at Michael Werner consist of a “refined personal palette and vocabulary of images derived primarily from observations of the natural world.”
Reinventing Abstraction, curated by Raphael Rubinstein at Cheim and Read, “focuses on New York abstraction in the 1980s as practiced by a generation of painters born between 1939 and 1949.”
Robert Baribeau’s show at Allan Stone “chronicles the focus and intensity spanning his career, in painting, mixed media and works on paper.”
WS, Paul McCarthy’s show at the Park Avenue Armory, “weaves together a massive, fantastical forest of towering trees with grotesque video projections of iconic characters playing out their own fairy tale drama in a replica of his childhood home.”
The Summer of Turrell has officially begun.
Garth Weiser’s show at Casay Kaplan “expands upon two distinct, yet interrelated, bodies of work first presented in his May 2011 exhibition with the gallery.”
Scrim veil—Black rectangle—Natural light, Robert Irwin’s show at the Whitney, “is a large-scale installation that uniquely engages the iconic Breuer building and the natural light that emanates from the large window in the fourth floor gallery space.”
The Art of the Brick, at Discovery Times Square, is a “critically acclaimed collection of intriguing and inspiring works of art made exclusively from LEGO bricks.”
The Postal Service play their first of two sold-out shows tonight at the Barclays Center.