With LOBBY-FOR-THE-TIME-BEING, his piece at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Vito Acconci has “radically transformed the Bronx Museum North Wing Lobby through a series of interventions built with Corian, a smooth, hard material that is not quite translucent and not quite opaque.”
Spoilers, Jim Gaylord’s show at Jeff Bailey, “draws upon abstracted imagery found within high-speed action sequences in motion pictures.”
Long Takes, Maria Antonietta Mameli’s show at Bruce Silverstein, focuses on “anonymous city dwellers captured in minute proportion, unaware of the artist’s observation while engaged in their individual lives.”
Art on Art, at Adam Baumgold, features “drawings, paintings and sculpture by 28 artists that reference art and other artworks, transforming them within these artists’ own signature styles and motifs.”
Richard Tuttle’s show at Pace will be on view through July 22.
Drawings & Sculpture, Carol Ross’s show at Rooster, features “abstract pieces with overt figural references that combine an almost industrial vocabulary of steel, razor-sharp edges and industrial finish with the basic anthropomorphic suggestiveness of verticality and human scale.”
With his show at 303 Gallery Maier-Aichen “continues his practice of picking apart and expanding notions of photographic representation.”
The Best of Both Worlds “spotlights books whose stunning art and memorable texts are matched by their typographic and design excellence.” Curated by Jerry Kelly and Riva Castleman, the show is presented at the Grolier Club through July 30.
Dasha Shiskin, whose “complex compositions are executed using her characteristic economy of line, coupled with her use of bright blocks of color and elaborate patterning,” has a very nice show at Zach Feur through June 11.