JTT Gallery, a new space on the Lower East Side, presents its inaugural exhibition with work by Bill Walton.
Lutz Bacher’s show at Zachary/Currie has been extended through April 6.
High School Football, Catherine Opie’s show at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, continues her “exploration of American spaces and communities, and the rituals and visual codes that define them.”
Eugene Lemay’s show at Mike Weiss opens March 29.
Each piece in Antoine Catala’s show at 47 Canal represents a syllable of the phrase ‘I See Catastrophes Ahead’.
The Film Forum presents Gerhard Richter Painting, playing through March 27.
Johannes Vanderbeek’s show at Zach Feuer was prompted by the question: ‘Is it important for an artist to discuss the world around them through their work?’”
Ellen Berkenblit’s show at Anton Kern consists of “a new body of intensely colored, energetic, figurative paintings.”
Melanie Willhide’s show at Von Lintel is “dedicated to the stranger who burglarized the artist’s home in spring of 2010.”
Paul Graham’s show at Pace features “new diptychs shot on the streets of New York that capture moments in the life of the city.”