Material Issue and Other Matters, a group show at Canada that “attests to the power of materiality,” closes on October 10.
The MoMA gets to show off its collection for their show Abstract Expressionist New York, which open on October 3.
I am now represented by Rooster Gallery. Located on Orchard Street in the Lower East Side, the gallery is known for its roster of emerging New York artists as well as their “select cadre of Portuguese painters with growing European credentials.”
Curate NYC 2010, a multi-venue juried exhibition of emerging New York City artists, is accepting submissions through October 6.
Studio-X, a space designed to “bring together the worlds of architecture, design, art, planning, preservation, construction, media, business, education, and research,” presents Listening There: Scenes from Ghana, an exhibition of photographs and videos “that cuts a spatial and temporal section through the west African nation’s architecture, its cities, peoples, and social spaces.”
Nancy Holt’s exhibit at the Wallach Art Gallery is an “in-depth look at the early projects of this important American artist whose pioneering work falls at the intersection of art, architecture and time-based media.”
I was recently reintroduced to the work of Robot and Horse.
Another Green World, the exhibit at carriage trade on Walker Street, aims to “draw parallels between the genre of landscape and the current preoccupation with green in popular culture” by exploring “contradictory impulses and their underlying conflicts which are now frequently veiled.”
The Pace Gallery is celebrating its 50th anniversary by staging a “multi-venue retrospective of the gallery’s history highlighting the many artists, exhibitions, people, literature and ideals that have influenced its narrative over the past five decades.” Make a point to visit all four exhibitions.