Rain Room, Random International’s immersive environment installation at MoMA, “offers visitors the experience of controlling the rain.”
Donald Judd’s loft at 101 Spring Street, “one of the founding sites in the program of Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios for the National Trust for Historic Preservation,” will be open to the public beginning June 3.
Jannis Kounellis’s show at Cheim and Read “incorporates the themes and concerns of Kounellis’s best known work, while also reacting to and engaging with the gallery as a unique space.”
Yoshitomo Nara’s show at Pace “features new paintings, bronzes, and works on paper.”
I will be giving an artist talk today at 1:00pm at Rooster Gallery for my current show And Riding Clouds.
Arne Svenson’s show at Julie Saul consists of photographs he secretly took of his neighbors, in an attempt to “capture unadulterated representations of humankind.”
Anselm Kiefer’s show at Gagosian “further explores the historical and formal concerns of “Morgenthau Plan,” his exhibition that inaugurated Gagosian Le Bourget in Paris last October.”
The Last Panda, Rob Pruitt’s show at Gavin Brown, “exploits the problematic tension of artistic invention threatened with imminent cultural extinction.”
Brendan Folwer’s show at Untitled runs through June 16.
Jeff Koons’ show at David Zwirner consists of “the world debut of a new series of sculptures.”