New York, NY - 4 February 2015 - 18 April 2015

Eliot Elisofon

Gitterman Gallery

41 East 57th Street, Suite 1103
10022 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 29 January 2015

Eliot Elisofon was born on the Lower East Side of New York City in 1911 to immigrant parents of modest means. His mother ensured that he was well-educated and took him to museums, concerts and parks. Elisofon's childhood struggles inspired his mission as a photographer; whether photographing the neighborhood he grew up in, the poor communities in the South, or exploring other countries, the human condition remained central to his work. Read more...

New York, NY - 15 January 2015 - 14 February 2015

Dan Perjovschi - Back to Back, with Nedko Solakov

Lombard Freid Projects

518 West 19th Street
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 19 January 2015

Lombard Freid is pleased to present "Back to Back", a seminal collaborative work from 2006 between Dan Perjovschi and Nedko Solakov. The eponymous installation comprises an immersive wood sculpture covered in the artists' ink drawings, ironic observations of reality (Perjovschi) versus fantasy and absurdity (Solakov). Read more...

New York, NY - 22 January 2015 - 28 February 2015

Margaux Ogden - Down The Rabbit Hole

Freight + Volume

530 W. 24th St.
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 17 January 2015

For her debut solo exhibition at Freight + Volume (and in New York City), Margaux Ogden has embarked on a voyage. "Down The Rabbit Hole" presents a new body of work for Ogden, in which she traverses unknown territory - like Alice in "Through the Looking Glass" - and discovers some wonderful new vistas along the way. Read more...

New York, NY - 8 January 2015 - 21 February 2015

Helmut Lang

Sperone Westwater

257 Bowery
10002 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 12 January 2015

Sperone Westwater is pleased to present an exhibition of sculptures by Helmut Lang, the artist's first New York gallery solo show. Lang's artistic practice is characterized by his use of materials and textures, assembled from diverse sources and repurposed. Lang has stated he prefers materials "with a certain history, elements with irreplaceable presence and with scars and memories of a former purpose." Read more...

New York, NY - 14 January 2015 - 21 February 2015

Djordje Ozbolt - More paintings about poets and food

Hauser & Wirth New York

32 East 69th Street
10021 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 12 January 2015

Beginning 14 January 2015, Hauser & Wirth will present 'More paintings about poets and food', the gallery's first New York exhibition devoted to internationally admired Belgrade-born, London-based artist Djordje Ozbolt. Central to the exhibition is Ozbolt's new work '50 ways to leave your lover' (2014), a major installation - and the largest work created by the artist to date - of 50 paintings presented in a continuous horizon line on the gallery's second floor, where viewers are invited to follow a path through the artist's rambunctious imagination. Read more...

New York, NY - 10 January 2015 - 7 February 2015

Bill Smith - Synthetic BioStructure

P·P·O·W

535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 12 January 2015

P.P.O.W is pleased to present an exhibition of work by Bill Smith. Smith, who has a degree in both sculpture and micro-biology, uses his knowledge of science not only as a basis for inspiration but as his media as well. Read more...

New York, NY - 6 January 2015 - 7 February 2015

Matthew Chambers

Zach Feuer Gallery

548 West 22nd Street
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 12 January 2015

For his exhibition at Zach Feuer Gallery, Matthew Chambers has produced three bodies of work - a series of artist's books and two distinct series of paintings. Centrally rooted in the artist's studio, Chambers presents the unedited, democracy of ideas, which most often never find their way into the exhibition space through artist books that index every possible painting. Read more...

New York, NY - 8 January 2015 - 7 February 2015

Michelle Doll - Between Love and Me

Lyons Wier Gallery

542 W. 24th St
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 12 January 2015

Lyons Wier Gallery is pleased to announce that we represent Michelle Doll and her first solo exhibition in the gallery titled "Between Love and Me". "Between Love and Me" explores the dialogue of flesh on flesh, fabric on flesh and the body's connection with nature; with our private moments of time and objects of space, these are the tactile experiences in Michelle Doll's work. Read more...

New York, NY - 10 January 2015 - 21 February 2015

Paul Thek - Ponza and Roma

Alexander and Bonin

132 Tenth Avenue
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 12 January 2015

"Paul Thek: Ponza and Roma" is the first exhibition to examine the paintings and drawings Thek made in Italy during the 1970s. Following three sensational exhibitions of his wax meat pieces and the lost legendary installation "The Tomb" at New York's Stable and Pace Galleries in the 1960s, Thek spent a significant part of the 1970s in Europe. Read more...

New York, NY - 18 January 2015 - 15 February 2015

flats

Team (gallery, inc.)

83 Grand Street
10013 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 11 January 2015

Team (gallery, inc.) is pleased to announce a group show featuring work by Steven Baldi, Carina Brandes, Bruce Conner, Robert Cumming, Brice Dellsperger, Evan Eisel, Melanie Gilligan, Bradley Kronz, Larry Sultan and Wolfgang Tillmans.

In stage productions, scenery is traditionally provided by moveable open frames covered in lightweight material - usually painted or printed fabric - which represent walls or nature, interiors or exteriors as necessary. Read more...

New York, NY - 18 January 2015 - 15 February 2015

Tam Ochiai - Everyone Has Two Places

Team (gallery, inc.)

47 Wooster Street
10013 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 11 January 2015

Team (gallery, inc.) is pleased to announce a solo show of new work by Tam Ochiai. Tam Ochiai will present a group of paintings that contend with the idea of travel in both its literal and metaphorical configuration. Entitled "Everyone Has Two Places", the works in this series employ a premise that initially seems suspiciously oblique: the names of two cities painted on formally divergent canvases. Read more...

New York, NY - 8 January 2015 - 22 February 2015

Derek Franklin - mending capers

Thierry Goldberg Gallery

103 Norfolk Street
10002 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 9 January 2015

Thierry-Goldberg Gallery is pleased to present "Mending Capers", the first New York solo exhibition of Derek Franklin. The show includes Franklin's recent paintings and sculptures in a site-specific installation, where components of a fragmented personal narrative balance off one another throughout the exhibition space. Read more...

New York, NY - 17 January 2015 - 21 February 2015

Mike Nelson

303 Gallery

507 W 24th Street
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 9 January 2015

303 Gallery is pleased to present our second solo exhibition with Mike Nelson. On this occasion, Nelson will present "Gang of Seven", a collection of sculptural assemblages made of materials collected from the North West Pacific Coast. Read more...

New York, NY - 8 January 2015 - 7 February 2015

Reconfigured

Margaret Thatcher Projects

539 West 23rd Street
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 7 January 2015

Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to present "Reconfigured", a group exhibition including artworks by Jaq Belcher, Adam Fowler, Meg Hitchcock and Nan Swid. For each, process is an important doorway into understanding their intent. Featuring works on paper, the exhibition focuses on the style in which these artists morph their common material to translate it into their own visual language. Read more...

New York, NY - 8 January 2015 - 7 February 2015

Rough Cut - curated by Jennifer Samet and Elizabeth Hazan

Morgan Lehman Gallery

535 West 22nd Street
10011 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 27 December 2014

Elizabeth Hazan, Sangram Majumdar, Carrie Moyer, Bryan Osburn, Amy Park, Jennifer Sirey, Trevor Winkfield, Alexi Worth

"Rough Cut" is a group exhibition of eight contemporary artists who use collage as a preliminary stage in their art making process. The show examines the variety of ways that artists use collage, from simplified exploratory forms to highly developed work. Read more...

New York, NY - 6 January 2015 - 8 February 2015

Thanks to Apple, Amazon, and the Mall, curated by Brian Droitcour

Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery

54 Ludlow Street
10002 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 26 December 2014

Body by Body, James Duesing, Deanna Havas, Michael Hessel-Mial, Ann Hirsch, Isaac Richard Pool, Andrej Ujhazy, Lance Wakeling, Daniel Williams

"Thanks to Apple, Amazon, and the Mall," curated in tandem with Droitcour, attempts to bring some of the themes that many of the artists threaded through the ebooks; how technology distributes feelings, emotions, and embodied experiences, manifesting a fantasy version of humanity and leaving behind the constraints of biology. Read more...

New York, NY - 11 December 2014 - 31 January 2015

Michael Kenna - Oh the Places You'll Go!

Robert Mann Gallery

525 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor
10001 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 3 December 2014

Robert Mann Gallery is pleased to announce "Oh The Places You'll Go!", an exploration of the wonderful wide world captured by Michael Kenna's prodigious lens. From China to France to New Zealand, Michael Kenna has sought out the earth's splendid and sublime. Read more...

New York, NY - 20 November 2014 - 31 January 2015

By Proxy

James Cohan Gallery

533 West 26th Street
10001 New York, NY
Exhibition
Online since 17 November 2014

James Cohan Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition entitled "By Proxy". Marcel Duchamp called it "aesthetic osmosis," the process by which an artist transfers responsibility to a viewer, empowering them to complete the work out in the world. This exhibition is concerned with those tools and techniques, the effects they can have, and the instances when an idea calls for more than just the artist to take form. Read more...