The Serpentine Gallery in London continues its summer tradition of having two well-known artists exhibiting simultaneously, one outside on the grounds and one inside in the main gallery space. This summer it is Jean Nouvel and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Heading to Minnesota for a few days. A nice excuse to stop by the Walker.
Cowboys and Indians, Yoram Wolberger’s show at Benrimon Contemporary, “manipulates and challenges perceptions of the familiar through a variety of sculptural interventions.” The work is fun yet well-done, and the show is highly recommended.
apexart presents Men With Balls: The Art of the 2010 World Cup. Curated by Simon Critchley, an aspect of the show will be “waiting for something marvelous, unexpected, and possibly magical to happen” while watching the matches.
MINUS SPACE, a “platform for reductive art on the international level,” is located in Brooklyn and was founded by artists Matthew Deleget and Rossana Martinez in 2003. It is presently showing three concurrent exhibitions.
Band of Horses will play a free show tonight at Grand Central Station. Good luck getting in.
Andy Warhol: The Last Decade at the Brooklyn Museum will run through September 12.
FIGMENT, the free public art project on Governors Island, took place this past weekend. Make sure to watch for it next summer. Long-term exhibitions will remain on view through October.
The Radiant Child, a documentary about Basquiat by Tamra Davis, will be released this July.