The Matthew Ritchie show at Andrea Rosen, which “embodies a comprehensive visual examination of diagrammatic thinking,” closes October 22.
Multiple Personalities, Rob Pruitt’s show at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, opens September 13.
Sculptures, Paintings and Installations, Fred Wilson’s show at Pace, opens September 12.
Jenny Holzer: Dust Paintings, at Cheim & Reid, opens September 11.
At Team’s Wooster Street space, Cory Arcangel “has produced a body of work expanding upon his use of cultural and technological obsolescence as the source of an artistic vocabulary.”
The James Bishop show at David Zwirner will include “several large paintings on canvas from the 1960s to the early 1980s, as well as small-scale paintings on paper.”
The Jeff Koons show at the Whitney features almost 150 objects dating from 1978 to the present, making it the “most comprehensive ever devoted to the artist’s groundbreaking oeuvre.”
Sara Bichao’s show, Somebody’s Address, opens September 7 at Rooster Gallery.