The Morgan Library is showing The Hours of Catherine of Cleves, one of the “most important and lavish of all Dutch manuscripts as well as one of the most beautiful among the Morgan’s collection.” It will be on view through May 2.
Demons and Devotion: The Hours of Catherine of Cleves
The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street
January 22 – May 2
The MoMA Library is hosting an Art Book Swap on Saturday, February 6th from Noon – 5PM. Bring an art book to swap for another.
Art Book Swap
54th Street between 5th and 6th
Noon to 5PM
I’m pretty excited about Leonardo Drew’s show at Sikkema Jenkins. It opens on January 30th and will feature several of his large installations made from found materials such as paper, roots, mud and rust.
Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
530 West 22nd Street
January 30 – March 6
AbsoluteZero, Martin Denker’s first solo show in New York, “depicts his life experiences through giant collages, which are comprised of multiple layers of imagery.” It is quite nice, and is on view through January 30.
Bruce Silverstein Gallery
535 W. 24th Street
December 17 – January 30
Marian Goodman is showing two new pieces by Steve McQueen. Giardini, 2009, a “major work first shown at the 53rd International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale when McQueen represented the UK” will make its New York premiere, as well as Static, 2009, a piece made specifically for this show.
24 West 57th Street
January 19 – March 6
I’ve yet to check out Damon Dash’s new Duane Street “Factory,” but it sounds like he’s making the most of his new-found free time.
@ the Gershwin Hotel NYC
Friday, Jan 15 7:00p to 10:00pm
7 E. 27th St.
New York, NY 10016
Carla Aspenberg (BC), Megan Burns(HN), David Friedman(BC) , Brandon
Friend (QC), Andrew Graham, Hidenori Ishii, Eun Jin Kim, Luiza Kurzyna
(BC), Jac Lahav (BC), Sarah Nicole Phillips, Don Porcella, Devin Powers
(BC), Suzy Q, Lars Rasmussen (BC) , Max Razdow, Antonio Serna(BC), and
BC= Brookyln College Alumni
QC= Queens College Alumni
HN= Hunter College Alumni
Jeffrey Deitch is becoming the new director at the embattled Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. Honestly, I think he is going to do very well. And his spaces in the city will be missed.
photo credit: Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times
Josephine Halvorson’s work intrigues me. I remember first seeing her work while in the MFA program at Columbia. Since then things have gone incredibly well for her. Her show at Monya Rowe Gallery, Clockwise from Window, closes January 16.