MoMA Retrospective of Photography Legend Christopher Williams
Debut retrospective of the conceptual artist who directs professional photographers to build his critic on society.
'Is It Much Too Much To Ask, Not To Hide Behind The Mask?'
Coco shares her insights on this group show at Old Room with Liz Magic Laser, Olaf Breuning and more.
Matt Keegan and Anne Truitt
A thoughtful look at the artist's first exhibition at the Andrea Rosen Gallery as he interacts with Anne Truitt's work from decades past.
Rob Pruitt, 'Multiple Personalities'
Three rooms, three styles, three personalities: the new Rob Pruitt show at GBE is a step into the artist's inner shattered world.
Sophie Calle, "Rachel, Monique"
A tribute to the artist's mother is created inside the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest, questioning ideas of artwork and reception.
Dena Yago, "Distaff"
In her first New York solo exhibition, Bulgarian rugs and ASPCA pamphlets address horses as an allegory for the art market.
Lygia Clark, "The Abandonment of Art"
A MoMA retrospective of the Brazilian artist reinforces the idea of audience participation to make "art".
A solo exhibition by Harsh Patel reiterates his position as an artist through the lens of his previous design projects.
The Grand Opening
A group show at Shoot The Lobster plays with notions of medium and location, off and online.
The sculptures of Jane Moseley speak to a faithful process of what seems like a forgotten ritual.
Pawel Althamer at the New Museum brings society's outsiders into view.
Playing with different dimensions in a rare series of work by Alex Katz at Gavin Brown.
Art, autonomy and commodity in Sebastian Black's exhibition at Clearing Gallery.
Colin Snapp uses his camera to democratize suburban aesthetics.
"Lonely Girl" at Martos Gallery, an all-girl exhibition by curator Asher Penn.
A group show at Suzanne Geiss Company transforms the current dialogue on digital within traditional art conversation.