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Tuesday, September 30

  • Opens October 4th 2014

  • This large retrospective begins with Gober’s work in the 1970s and includes around 140 works spanning sculpture and immersive installations as well as drawings, prints, and photographs. The exhibition traces the early emergence of the surreal, uncanny themes for which he is known, and includes his well-known 1992 installation from Dia.

    Robert Gober Robert Gober: The Heart Is Not a Metaphor

    Oct 4, 2014 - Jan 18, 2015

    MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art

    11 West 53rd Street  / +12127089400 /
    Sat - Thu 10:30am to 5:30pm, Fri 10:30am to 8pm

  • Opens October 10th 2014

  • In 1958, the postwar German artists Heinz Mack and Otto Piene founded ZERO at their studio in Düsseldorf. The group, which disbanded in 1966, sought to explore the future of art in a fusion of cutting-edge technology and utopian political ideals. This exhibition is a consideration of their collective work and lasting impact, and includes two hundred works by Mack, Piene, and Günther Uecker, the core members, in addition to works by a wide range of collaborators such as Lucio Fontana.

    ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s

    Oct 10, 2014 - Jan 7, 2015

    Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

    1071 Fifth Avenue  / +12124233500 /
    Sun - Wed 10am to 5:30pm, Sat 10am to 7:30pm

  • Ends October 11th 2014

  • The first part of Nick Cave’s latest exhibition expands his work with found objects into “Made for Whites by Whites.” Here he organizes racially loaded objects from the nineteenth century into an elaborate armature.

    Nick Cave Made for Whites by Whites

    Sep 4 - Oct 11, 2014

    Jack Shainman Gallery | 513 West 20th Street

    513 West 20th Street  / +12126451701 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Part two of Nick Cave's latest work, “Rescue,” is in the gallery’s second location. Including ceramic canines the artist found and then embellished with his signature decorations, they invoke issues of pedigree and loyalty.

    Nick Cave Rescue

    Sep 4 - Oct 11, 2014

    Jack Shainman Gallery | 524 West 24th Street

    524 West 24th Street  / +12123373372 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Allora & Calzadilla present ten stone sculptures cut and carved in a manner resembling geological faults, which serve as choral risers for a performance work by Guarionex Morales-Matos that will include young male vocalists from the American Boychoir School and the Transfiguration Boychoir. Performances will run on the hour Tuesday through Friday from 1 – 5 pm, with an additional performance at 5:30 pm, and Saturdays hourly from 12:30 – 5:30 pm, examining a history of adversarial language—from Cicero and Shakespeare to contemporary political and literary figures.

    Allora & Calzadilla Fault Lines

    Sep 13 - Oct 11, 2014

    Gladstone Gallery | West 24th St

    515 West 24th Street  / +12122069300 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 12th 2014

  • For his latest exhibition, Ryan McGinley has wallpapered the walls and ceilings of the gallery with more than five hundred portraits of two hundred nude models, all printed on vinyl. Borrowing from academic portraiture and advertising modes of studio photography, “Yearbook” depicts a constellation of people in the artist’s social circles.

    Ryan McGinley Yearbook

    Sep 7 - Oct 12, 2014

    Team Gallery | Grand Street

    83 Grand Street  / +12122799219 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm, Sun 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends October 18th 2014

  • This is the first exhibition of Helen Frankenthaler's work organized by the gallery in collaboration with the recently established Helen Frankenthaler Foundation. Curated by John Elderfield, this show focuses on work the artist made between 1962 and ’63 using color, rather than line, to structure her paintings, which led to the later compositions for which she is now famous. A fully illustrated catalogue will also be published in concert with this exhibition.

    Helen Frankenthaler Composing With Color: Paintings 1962-1963

    Sep 11 - Oct 18, 2014

    Gagosian Gallery | 980 Madison Avenue

    980 Madison Avenue  / +12127442313 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • This overview of Roman Opalka’s work focuses on a series the artist began in 1965, in which he attempted to paint every number from one to infinity, an agenda that occupied him until his death in 2011. These works are accompanied by a selection of self-portraits Opalka took each day after working on the paintings, in addition to audio recordings of the artist announcing the number he was depicting.

    Roman Opalka Painting ∞

    Sep 4 - Oct 18, 2014

    Dominique Levy

    909 Madison Ave.  / +12127722004 /
    Mon - Fri 10am to 6pm

  • Otto Muehl’s “Besenschlagbildern,” or “Broomstroke Pantings,” are the focus of this exhibition of the late artist’s work. The show also includes video documentation of Muehl dressed up as Andy Warhol’s mother, painting in front of an audience comprising members of the radical Action Analysis Commune, which Muehl founded in Austria in 1972.

    Otto Muehl

    Sep 12 - Oct 18, 2014

    Maccarone Inc.

    630 Greenwich Street  / +12124314977 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 19th 2014

  • This exhaustive retrospective is the first to examine Jeff Koons’s career in its entirety. Curator Scott Rothkopf has reconstituted groundbreaking series in a chronological narrative that asserts Koons as one of the most crucial artists of the postwar era. The weighty catalogue, with texts by Isabelle Graw, Rachel Kushner, Michelle Kuo, Jeffrey Deitch, and Antonio Damasio, among others, promises to be a summer read like no other.

    JEFF KOONS Jeff Koons: A Retrospective

    Jun 27 - Oct 19, 2014

    Whitney Museum of American Art

    945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street  / +12125703600 /
    Wed - Thu 11am to 6pm, Fri 1pm to 9pm, Sat - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends October 24th 2014

  • Monika Sosnowska has always made big work, and this gallery’s 25,000-square-foot space promises to give it the room it deserves. The artist will premier just one sculpture, Tower, which spans 110 feet and quotes Mies van der Rohe’s Lake Shore Drive Apartments in Chicago, which were at one time the most expensive towers built in the United States. If this is an exegesis on the way imagination powers “bigger is better,” it’s as timely as ever.

    Monika Sosnowska Tower

    Sep 5 - Oct 24, 2014

    Hauser & Wirth | Chelsea

    511 West 18th Street  / +12127944970 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 26th 2014

  • The first museum survey of Charles Gaines brings together four decades of work. From his early experiments with systems and codes to his later examinations of subjectivity, the exhibition forms a pivotal link between 1960s and ’70s Conceptualists and artists that followed.

    Charles Gaines Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989

    Jul 17 - Oct 26, 2014

    The Studio Museum in Harlem

    144 West 125th Street  / +12128644500 /
    Thu - Fri 12pm to 9pm, Sat 10am to 6pm, Sun 12pm to 6pm

  • Cory Arcangel’s first exhibition in New York since his 2011 solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art features flat-screen televisions rippling with images of figures such as Diddy and Larry David, as well as sneakers and sunglasses. To each of these images, Arcangel applied Java applet “lake” effect, charging them with a dated but familiar aesthetic that gets the obsolescence of digital imagery as well our culture's frenetic obsession to archive and conserve.

    Cory Arcangel tl;dr

    Sep 7 - Oct 26, 2014

    Team Gallery | Wooster Street

    47 Wooster Street  / +12122799219 /
    Wed - Sat 10am to 6pm, Sun 12pm to 6pm

  • Opens November 9th 2014

  • This comprehensive survey of Sturtevant’s career is also the first institutional exhibition of her work mounted in the US since a solo show at the Everson Museum of Art in 1973. “Sturtevant: Double Trouble” brings together more than fifty major works in painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, film, and video, including her notorious 1964 versions of works by contemporaries like Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, made to explore concepts of originality, authorship while probing at the limits of Pop art.

    Sturtevant Sturtevant: Double Trouble

    Nov 9, 2014 - Feb 22, 2015

    MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art

    11 West 53rd Street  / +12127089400 /
    Sat - Thu 10:30am to 5:30pm, Fri 10:30am to 8pm

  • Ends January 4th 2015

  • Nam June Paik’s groundbreaking practice humanized the technologies of the mid-twentieth century. This retrospective looks specifically at the way his work addresses the relationship between the body and the machine, and is the first New York exhibition dedicated exclusively to the artist—who passed in 2006—in more than a decade.

    Nam June Paik Becoming Robot

    Sep 5, 2014 - Jan 4, 2015

    Asia Society | New York

    725 Park Avenue at 70th Street  / +12122886400 /
    Tue - Sun 11am to 6pm, Fri 11am to 9pm

  • Opens October 3rd 2014

  • Renowned Japanese artist Yoshimoto Nara's largest UK exhibition to date includes paintings, bronze sculptures, and a large selection of drawings made over the past thirty years. In addition to many new works, seminal works by the artist are shown here for the first time in Britain.

    Yoshitomo Nara Artist Talk, 7pm

    Oct 3, 2014

    Dairy Art Centre

    7a Wakefield, St. Bloomsbury  / +442077138900 /
    Wed - Fri 10am to 5pm, Sat - Sun 11am to 5pm

  • Ends October 4th 2014

  • American artist Mary Kelly’s first solo show in the UK in more than twenty years brings together an iconic installation from 2004 and a new body of work made out of compressed lint. Posing the daunting question that defines an era, Kelly’s recent pieces are set in 1970s London, a seminal moment for the women’s movement.

    Mary Kelly On the Passage of a Few People through a Rather Brief Period of Time

    Sep 5 - Oct 4, 2014

    Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

    6 Heddon Street  / +442077347760 /
    Mon - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 11am to 5pm

  • Following Benglis’s first-ever UK survey at Thomas Dane in 2012, the current exhibition presents a new series by the American artist who is best known for her flamboyant feminist responses to New York’s predominantly male Minimalist art scene in the 1960s. Benglis’s latest works are ceramic sculptures—a medium that has been an important part of the artist’s oeuvre since 1990—which she has pulled, pinched, and crushed before glazing in a wide spectrum of color.

    Lynda Benglis Planar Device

    Sep 3 - Oct 4, 2014

    Thomas Dane Gallery

    3 & 11 Duke Street, St James's  / +442079252505 /
    Tue - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 12pm to 6pm

  • Pumpkins are again the focus of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s latest paintings, mosaics, and sculptures. The gourd, which has appeared in the artist’s work since 1948 as a form of self-portraiture, is most dramatically presented here in a series of bronzes—the largest sculptures the artist has made in this medium to date—installed in the garden.

    Yayoi Kusama Paintings & Pumpkins

    Sep 16 - Oct 4, 2014

    Victoria Miro Gallery | 16 Wharf Road

    16 Wharf Road  / +442073368109 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Tony Smith’s third exhibition at Timothy Taylor focuses on the celebrated Minimalist sculptor’s lesser-known early paintings. Initially surprising for their bright colors, Smith’s paintings anticipate his later three-dimensional works with their harmonious compositions of abstract forms. Several geometric bronze sculptures are also on view.

    Tony Smith

    Sep 3 - Oct 4, 2014

    Timothy Taylor Gallery

    15 Carlos Place  / +442074093344 /
    Mon - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 11am to 5pm

  • Opens October 14th 2014

  • Richard Tuttle’s retrospective, the largest survey dedicated to the American artist and poet ever staged in Britain, brings together five decades of work at the Whitechapel Gallery. On this occasion, Tuttle has also created a new work—a monumental textile piece—especially for the Turbine Hall at The Tate Modern.

    Richard Tuttle Richard Tuttle: I Dont Know Or The Weave of Textile Language

    Oct 14 - Dec 14, 2014

    Whitechapel Gallery

    77 - 82 Whitechapel High Street  / +442075227888 /
    Tue - Wed 11am to 6pm, Thu 11am to 9pm, Fri - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends November 1st 2014

  • Timed to coincide with the Museum Ludwig’s presentation of Pierre Huyghe’s touring retrospective (until July 13, 2014), the artist’s first exhibition with Hauser & Wirth features new site-specific sculptures, video works, and a series of aquariums that contain living organisms including water lilies from the pond in Monet’s Giverny garden. Huyghe’s retrospective will make its way to Los Angeles this fall for a final stop at LACMA (November 23, 2014–February 22, 2015).

    Pierre Huyghe In.Border.Deep

    Sep 12 - Nov 1, 2014

    Hauser & Wirth London | Savile Row

    23 Savile Row  / +442072872300 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends November 9th 2014

  • Trisha Donnelly, who reorganized MoMA’s collection for the “Artist’s Choice” show in 2012–13, is now staging an exhibition of her work at the Serpentine. The American Conceptualist's current exhibition includes new films and photographs.

    Trisha Donnelly

    Sep 17 - Nov 9, 2014

    Serpentine Galleries

    Kensington Gardens  / +442072981515 /
    Tue - Sun 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 25th 2014

  • This exhibition marks the first time that “Window Shopping,” 1996, a series of paintings by Martin Kippenberger, has been shown in its entirety. The paintings—some of the artist's final works before his death—are based on color fashion photographs taken by his wife, Elfie Semotan. Semotan’s original photographs are also on view.

    Martin Kippenberger Window Shopping

    Sep 17 - Oct 25, 2014

    Capitain Petzel

    Karl-Marx-Allee 45  / +493024088130 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Michael Raedecker’s latest paintings show the artist continuing to embroider onto large canvases, giving their minimal compositions a sense of three dimensionality and linearity. Several works from 2014 show Raedecker using ready-made printed fabrics—florals and plaids—for the first time.

    Michael Raedecker record

    Sep 13 - Oct 25, 2014

    Galerie Max Hetzler | Bleibtreustrasse

    Bleibtreustrasse 45  / +4930346497850 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Continuing his exploration of the history of science and the Amazon region, Christoph Keller’s latest works are large-scale images based on scans of examples of indigenous Brazilian foliage. The leaves appear in various states of desiccation, emphasizing the impermanence of the natural world.

    Christoph Keller ANARCHEOLOGY

    Sep 19 - Oct 25, 2014

    Esther Schipper

    Schöneberger Ufer 65  / +4930374433133 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Ends October 31st 2014

  • Japanese-born, Berlin-based artist Shimabuku’s first solo show at Wien Lukatsch features recent films and installations related to the artist’s diverse experiences of nature and culture while traveling and discovering new places. The carefully observed works showcase the artist’s fascination with, and sensitivity toward, unfamiliar landscapes and situations.

    Shimabuku Sea and Flowers

    Sep 3 - Oct 31, 2014

    Wien Lukatsch

    Schöneberger Ufer 65, 3. OG  / +493028385352 /
    Tue - Fri 1pm to 6pm, Sat 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends November 7th 2014

  • Katharina Grosse’s latest work, now on view in n.b.k.’s showroom, makes reference to the artist’s first-ever sprayed wall painting—a seminal work made in 1998 for Kunsthalle Bern. Reprising the same green paint, Grosse here presents a piece of sprayed white silk, which evokes a flowing three-dimensional Color Field painting.

    Katharina Grosse

    Sep 19 - Nov 7, 2014

    Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.)

    Chausseestrasse 128-129  / +49302807020 /
    Tue - Sun 12pm to 6pm, Thu 12pm to 8pm

  • Ends November 9th 2014

  • Featuring 200 original prints made between 1928 and 1974, this exhibition dedicated to American photographer Walker Evans culls mainly from the private collection of Clark and Joan Worswick. The comprehensive selection of work spans from Evans’s impressions of Depression-era New York City and the rural south to his late series of semiabstract color Polaroids.

    Walker Evans Walker Evans. A Life's Work

    Jul 25 - Nov 9, 2014


    Niederkirchnerstraße 7  / +4930254860 /
    Wed - Mon 10am to 7pm

  • Ends March 1st 2015

  • Mexican artist Mariana Castillo Deball’s large-scale installation for the historic Hamburger Banhof hall focuses on what the artist calls “biographies of things.” Borrowing objects from various Berlin museum collections, Deball draws the viewer’s attention to the itinerant nature of these art objects, which, over time, have alternately been installed on pedestals and in vitrines, inside galleries and in outdoor courtyards, and in the context of private collections and public exhibitions.

    Mariana Castillo Deball

    Sep 20, 2014 - Mar 1, 2015

    Hamburger Bahnhof

    Invalidenstraße 50-51  / +4930266424242 /
    Tue - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 11am to 10pm, Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends October 12th 2014

  • Organized by the Getty Research Institute, this exhibition brings together a selection of Yvonne Rainer’s films. A new dance work, The Concept of Dust, or How Do You Look When There’s Nothing Left to Move?—commissioned by the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Research Institute, and Performa—will have work-in-progress viewings on October 3 and 4.

    Yvonne Rainer Dances and Films

    May 27 - Oct 12, 2014

    The J. Paul Getty Museum

    1200 Getty Center Drive  / +13104407330 /
    Tue - Fri 10am to 5:30pm, Sat 10am to 9pm, Sun 10am to 5:30pm

  • Ends October 25th 2014

  • Stan VanDerBeek’s vision for a more utopian society is resurrected with this exhibition of his Poemfield films, where words emerge out of multivalent fields of graphics, moving through the image before returning to their respective spaces. Produced in conjunction with the artist’s estate, this showing brings together Poemfield No.1–No.3, No.5, and No.7., the first of which has been restored in high definition for the exhibition.

    Stan VanDerBeek Poemfield

    Sep 13 - Oct 25, 2014

    The Box

    805 Traction Avenue  / +12136251747 /
    Wed - Sat 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends October 29th 2014

  • For Rashid Johnson, the time has come to look clearly at the antiheroic portrayal of African American men canonized in books like Richard Wright's Native Son. Inaugurating this gallery’s new space, Johnson presents burly wood shelf-works that he has scarred, branded, and tagged with graffiti, eschewing the formal, black-and-white elegance on which he built his career while tackling the legacy of artists who looked to Baldwin and Ellison to make art about race.

    Rashid Johnson Islands

    Sep 13 - Oct 29, 2014

    David Kordansky Gallery

    5130 West Edgewood Place  / +13105583030 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends November 8th 2014

  • This survey of Korean monochromatic painting from the 1960s to the 1980s brings together thirty-five paintings and is the first major overview of Tansaekhwa in North America. Six of the movement’s most significant artists are represented: Chung Sang-hwa, Ha Chonghyun, Kwon Young-woo, Lee Ufan, Park Seobo, and Yun Hyongkeun. Joan Kee, associate professor of art history at the University of Michigan and an authority on contemporary Asian art, has produced an expansive catalogue including twelve newly translated artists texts among one hundred images and other essays.

    From All Sides: Tansaekhwa on Abstraction

    Sep 13 - Nov 8, 2014

    Blum & Poe | Los Angeles

    2727 S. La Cienega Boulevard  / +13108362062 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends November 9th 2014

  • Cory Arcangel inaugurates this gallery’s Los Angeles space with a retrospective in a box. The inside of a freshly painted mobile home-like structure—tucked into the gallery's backyard—has been designed to look like a cell phone store, complete with ultra-violent lighting and lime green walls. Gadgets playing Arcangel's iconic video games sit on grooved racks and merchandise from his retail line, Arcangel Surfware, is on sale along with his 'zines. If a penchant to downsize art to the level of commerce or to elevate commerce to the level of art drives Arcangel, this exhibition shows that as an equalizing agent, technology is as effective as ever. This is the artist's solo debut in LA.

    Cory Arcangel tl;dr

    Sep 14 - Nov 9, 2014

    Team Gallery | Los Angeles

    306 Windward Avenue, Venice  / +13103391945 /
    Fri - Sun 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends January 3rd 2015

  • Among new sculptures in Mark Handforth’s latest exhibition are a giant telephone twisted around a cadmium yellow pipe, a stout sea-foam aluminum star, hangers that twist and twirl in the air, and a constellation of twinkling neon bulbs affixed to the wall. These works interfere with space both physically and conceptually, prompting all manner of critical readings about domesticity and utility. But more important, Handforth’s vision of the object is as playful and vital as ever.

    Mark Handforth Rough Dark Diamond

    Sep 20, 2014 - Jan 3, 2015

    Kayne Griffin Corcoran

    1201 South La Brea Avenue  / +13105866886 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends October 11th 2014

  • Thomas Schütte’s solo show at art publisher Cahiers d’Art’s Left Bank gallery includes twenty recent watercolors, an aluminum sculpture from 2011, and a portfolio of seven brand new prints. Among the watercolors on view are those featured in Cahiers d’Art’s 2014 Schütte catalogue, where they serve as illustrations for never-before published texts by the Swiss poet Robert Walser.

    Thomas Schütte

    Sep 4 - Oct 11, 2014

    Cahiers D'Art

    14-15 rue du Dragon  / +33145487673 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends October 16th 2014

  • The title of Clement Rodzielski's current exhibition, “Fraises noires,” references a slang term for “nipple.” In addition to several large-format self-portrait photographs of the artist standing behind a painted support with only his nipple (which has been painted black) showing through a small hole, the show features new multimedia works on aluminum and cardboard.

    Clément Rodzielski Fraises noires

    Sep 6 - Oct 16, 2014

    Galerie Chantal Crousel

    10 rue Charlot  / +33142773887 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends October 18th 2014

  • Using her signature woven and free-flowing soft materials, octogenarian American artist Sheila Hicks has created a site-specific installation of organic forms made from cotton, wool, and linen. The new ensemble of monumental works, which includes pieces suspended from the ceiling, responds directly to the architecture of this gallery.

    Sheila Hicks Unknown Data

    Sep 6 - Oct 18, 2014

    Galerie Frank Elbaz

    66 rue de Turenne  / +33148875004 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm, Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Exploring the physical possibilities of language in various sculptural materials, Emmanuel Lagarrigue’s latest works are made in molds using a mixture of burnt texts and resin. The resulting three-dimensional forms—two square wall-mounted works, which recall Lawrence Weiner’s wall cuts from the 1960s, and several stand-alone columns—feature irregular and enigmatic patterns, which are in fact Morse code translations of the destroyed text.

    Emmanuel Lagarrigue ELSE

    Sep 11 - Oct 18, 2014

    Galerie Sultana

    10 rue Ramponeau  / +33144540890 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends October 25th 2014

  • Honoring the renowned British sculptor Anthony Caro, who passed away last year, this exhibition features a selection of sculptures realized during the final two years of the artist’s life. The large-scale works are made from a variety of “nonart” materials including steel pipes and farming tools.

    Anthony Caro Last works

    Sep 6 - Oct 25, 2014

    Galerie Daniel Templon | Paris

    30 rue Beaubourg  / +33142721410 /
    Mon - Sat 10am to 7pm

  • Ends October 31st 2014

  • In his debut solo show since joining Galerie Perrotin, Laurent Grasso presents forty new works, including oil paintings, neon sculptures, and installations containing artifacts such as asteroid bits and ancient astronomy texts. Continuing the artist’s philosophical exploration of reality, which is heavily influenced by Michel Foucault, Grasso’s latest creations are rooted in the real world and are simultaneously full of anachronisms and fantasy.

    Laurent Grasso Soleil Double

    Sep 6 - Oct 31, 2014

    Galerie Perrotin | Turenne

    76 rue de Turenne  / +33142167979 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Laure Prouvost presents a new body of work related to the project for which she was awarded the Turner Prize in 2013. Adding to a fictional narrative she previously established about her grandparents, the new installation features animated collage-tapestries and is meant to evoke a kind of “visitor’s center.”

    Laure Prouvost This is the Visit

    Sep 18 - Oct 31, 2014

    Galerie Nathalie Obadia | 3, rue du Cloître St. Merri

    3, rue du Cloître St. Merri  / +33142746768 /
    Mon - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends November 7th 2014

  • Katinka Bock’s current exhibition, “Populonia,” is titled after a town in Tuscany known for its Eutruscan artifacts, particularly metal objects including helmets, armor, coins, and containers. In her latest sculpture series, Bock imbues her vessels—which reference metal jugs
    and pots from this archeological site—with symbolic significance, presenting them as repositories of memory and time.

    Katinka Bock

    Sep 12 - Nov 7, 2014

    Galerie Jocelyn Wolff

    78, rue Julien-Lacroix  / +33142030565 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends November 15th 2014

  • Titled “Autoritratto nello studio” (Self-portrait in the Studio), Francesco Gennari’s first solo exhibition with Antoine Levi consists of three sculptures made from three materials: white ceramic, Murano glass, and polished pink marble. Typical of Gennari’s practice, he has partnered with master craftsmen in his native Italy to realize each work.

    Francesco Gennari

    Sep 25 - Nov 15, 2014

    Galerie Antoine Levi

    44, rue Ramponeau  / +33175576167 /
    Tue - Sat 2pm to 7pm

  • Ends February 15th 2015

  • Organized in collaboration with the Guggenheim Bilbao, the first major retrospective of Niki de Saint Phalle in twenty years celebrates the artist’s diverse oeuvre with more than two hundred paintings, sculptures, prints, films, and performances. The Grand Palais exhibition locates Saint Phalle—who was born in France, grew up in the United States, and worked between the two countries during her long career—as simultaneously part of Paris’s neo-realist movement and New York’s Pop art movement.

    Niki de Saint Phalle Niki de Saint Phalle

    Sep 17, 2014 - Feb 15, 2015

    Grand Palais

    3, avenue du Général Eisenhower  / +33144131717 /

  • Ends October 26th 2014

  • The current exhibition of Joan Jonas, who will represent the US in the 2015 Venice Biennale, presents historic and recent works. In addition to ten installations and nine single-channel videos, the exhibition features a new video piece conceived especially for HangarBicocca.

    João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva Papagaio

    Jun 11 - Oct 26, 2014


    Via Chiese 2  / +390266111573 /
    Thu - Sun 11am to 11pm

  • Ends November 8th 2014

  • Curated by Pierpaolo Campanini, Adrian Paci’s sixth show at Kaufmann Repetto features two large-scale mosaics and a selection of drawings. In both mediums, Paci combines references to his own personal history with “borrowed” archival material such as news footage sourced from YouTube.

    Adrian Paci

    Sep 18 - Nov 8, 2014

    Kaufmann Repetto

    Via di Porta Tenaglia, 7  / +390272094331 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7:30pm

  • Rudolf Stingel’s current exhibition at Massimo De Carlo presents two new bodies of work. The first room of the gallery displays large pattern paintings that recall baroque tapestries in striking magenta. In a second room, large chromed nickel panels (made from the same Celotex insulation panels the artist has used to completely cover museum and gallery exhibition spaces in the past) adorn the walls like gleaming large-scale mirrors.


    Sep 16 - Nov 8, 2014

    Massimo De Carlo | Milan

    Via Giovanni Ventura, 5  / +390270003987 /
    Tue - Sat 11:30am to 7:30pm

  • Ends November 20th 2014

  • “No Drones” presents a series of tracings Louise Lawler made from her own photographs. Working with artist and children’s-book illustrator Jon Buller, Lawler transformed these tracings into wall drawings made of black adhesive vinyl. Playing with notions of scale and permanence, works from this series can be printed at any size and the outputs destroyed after each presentation.

    Louise Lawler No Drones

    Sep 25 - Nov 20, 2014

    Studio Guenzani

    Via Eustachi 10  / +390229409251 /
    Tue - Sat 3pm to 7pm