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Thursday, March 5

  • Opens Today, March 5th 2015

  • Anicka Yi has constructed a forensic site that considers paranoia around contagion and hygiene alongside a patriarchal unease with feminism and female networks. The artist has taken biological samples from one hundred women to convey the female figure as a viral pathogen, one that begets containment and neutralization.

    Anicka Yi For You Can Call Me F,

    Mar 5 - Apr 11, 2015

    The Kitchen

    512 West 19th Street  / +12122555793 /
    Tue - Fri 12pm to 6pm, Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Ends March 7th 2015

  • On view are brooding, romantic paintings, some of which have never before been exhibited, made between 1997 and 2002. Based on Pierson’s travels to and from Southern California, the artist has here transferred photographs onto large-scale canvases, continuing a practice concerned with holiness and erotics.

    Jack Pierson Paintings

    Jan 31 - Mar 7, 2015

    Maccarone Inc.

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

  • Opens March 8th 2015

  • The Icelandic musician receives her first retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art. Curated by Klaus Biesenbach, the institution’s chief curator at large and director of MoMA PS1, “Björk” tracks twenty years of a fantastical practice, comprising eight full-length albums and featuring multiple collaborations with directors, photographers, designers, and artists. The show culminates with Black Lake, 2015, an immersive music and film experience commissioned by MoMA.


    Mar 8 - Jun 7, 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 March 14th 2015

  • “The Waning of Justice” is an immersive, graphic exhibition—Charles Atlas’s second solo presentation at this gallery—that includes several autonomous video works synchronized by imagery, duration, and music. The videos were taken while Atlas was at the Rauschenberg residency in Florida, and each depicts a sunset superimposed with graphic elements, digital clocks, and words like “climate” and “utopia.”

    Charles Atlas The Waning of Justice

    Feb 6 - Mar 14, 2015

    Luhring Augustine | 531 West 24th Street

    531 West 24th Street  / +12122069100 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends March 22nd 2015

  • Illustrator and author Tomi Ungerer is as known for his children’s classics (The Three Robbers, 1961; Moon Man, 1966) as he is for his pictorial campaigns against racism, fascism, and the Vietnam War, which ran amid stinging depictions of politics and business in publications like the New York Times and the Village Voice. He is less known for his graphic erotic drawings, which are highlighted in this exquisite retrospective, his first in the United States.

    Tomi Ungerer Tomi Ungerer: All in One

    Jan 15 - Mar 22, 2015

    The Drawing Center

    35 Wooster Street  / +12122192166 /
    Wed - Sun 12pm to 6pm, Thu 12pm to 8pm

  • Ends April 4th 2015

  • For Henry Taylor, the portrait is an apparatus to process political and historical concerns as well as personal beliefs and interactions. This two-part exhibition—produced in conjunction with Blum & Poe—presents a view into the painter’s milieu, from his studio to recent travels to Haiti, Colombia, Cuba, Ethiopia, and Texas.

    Henry Taylor

    Mar 1 - Apr 4, 2015


    30 Orchard Street  / +12126086002 /
    Wed - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends April 18th 2015

  • Charles Ray presents two silver sculptures—a stainless steel truck crushed into a rectangular block and a relief of a young girl on a pony—that deal in the poetics of nostalgia. Said the artist: “As in memory, what seems assembled from the past is in reality carved from the present.”

    Charles Ray

    Feb 5 - Apr 18, 2015

    Matthew Marks Gallery | 523 W. 24th Street

    523 W. 24th Street  / +12122430200 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • John Elderfield and Peter Galassi have brought together a wealth of images depicting artists and their studios, excavating a visual history of spaces where art is made. “In the Studio: Paintings” spans the mid-sixteenth through the late twentieth centuries and includes more than fifty paintings by some forty artists, from Honoré Daumier and Henri Matisse to Helen Frankenthaler, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Cindy Sherman, and Larry Rivers. A two-volume fully illustrated catalogue published by Phaidon will accompany the exhibition.

    In the Studio: Paintings

    Feb 17 - Apr 18, 2015

    Gagosian Gallery | 522 West 21st Street

    522 West 21st Street  / +12127411717 /
    Mon - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Works on paper representing different episodes in Alice Neel’s five-decade career are on view in this exhibition, affording a look into different models for painting and drawing that the artist pursued alongside painting on canvas. Informal, intimate, and not initially intended for public view, these works foreground Neel’s portraits, intensifying the psychological acumen for which this artist is so regarded.

    Alice Neel Drawings and Watercolors 1927-1978

    Feb 19 - Apr 18, 2015

    David Zwirner | 537 West 20th Street

    537 W 20th Street  / +12125178677 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends May 3rd 2015

  • Telegrams (“I Am Still Alive”), postcards (“I Got Up”), calendars (“One Hundred Years,” “One Million Years”), and the date paintings for which On Kawara is so deeply regarded are on view in this exhaustive retrospective, which is steeped in Conceptualism but stings with feeling. Also included are proposals for two unrealized works, a host of drawings, and continuous readings of his massive ledger of dates.

    On Kawara On Kawara- Silence

    Feb 6 - May 3, 2015

    Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

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

  • Ends May 24th 2015

  • Organized by Lauren Cornell and artist Ryan Trecartin, the third edition of this museum’s triennial, “Surround Audience,” brings together fifty-one artists and collectives from more than twenty-five countries. The duo bills it as an exploration of the way subjectivity is depicted, how sites of artistic agency are claimed, and how systems of power are unpacked—all in the aftershock of social media.

    2015 Triennial: Surround Audience

    Feb 25 - May 24, 2015

    New Museum

    235 Bowery  / +12122191222 /
    Wed 11am to 6pm, Thu 11am to 9pm, Fri - Sun 11am to 6pm

  • Ends March 8th 2015

  • Presenting paintings made over the last decade, London-based artist Katy Moran’s retrospective reveals the artist’s longtime fascination with the intersection of figuration and abstraction. Moran’s dynamic compositions, in which representational and abstract imagery appear side by side, flout the conventions of both painting genres.

    Katy Moran

    Jan 14 - Mar 8, 2015

    Parasol unit

    14 Wharf Road  / +442074907373 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm, Sun 12pm to 5pm

  • Ends March 14th 2015

  • Sarah Sze takes over Victoria Miro’s Wharf Road and Mayfair gallery locations in her first solo show in Europe since representing the United States at the 2013 Venice Biennale. In Mayfair, a site-specific installation of small sculptures spreads across the gallery floor.

    Sarah Sze

    Jan 30 - Mar 14, 2015
  • Ends March 15th 2015

  • Fourteen of the 2003 Turner Prize–winning artist’s portraits are interspersed amid permanent works in the museum’s nineteenth- and twentieth-century rooms. Perry’s twenty-first century subjects range from politicians and protesters to families and reality TV stars.

    Grayson Perry Who Are You?

    Oct 25, 2014 - Mar 15, 2015

    National Portrait Gallery

    St. Martin's Place  / +442073060055 /
    Mon - Wed 10am to 6pm, Thu - Fri 10am to 9pm, Sat - Sun 10am to 6pm

  • Ends March 28th 2015

  • On Wharf Road, Sze’s installations made of rocks, newspapers, and furniture explore various measurements of time, mass, and volume.

    Sarah Sze

    Jan 29 - Mar 28, 2015

    Victoria Miro Gallery | 16 Wharf Road

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

  • LA-based artist Analia Saban’s work blurs the distinctions between painting, photographic, and sculptural practices. Her latest hybrids draw attention to the materiality of various media that she subjects to unorthodox artistic processes.

    Analia Saban Interiors

    Feb 26 - Mar 28, 2015

    Sprüth Magers | London

    7A Grafton Street  / +442074081613 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends April 2nd 2015

  • Luc Tuymans, who paints preexisting images from magazines, television, and even his iPhone, based his latest works on eighteenth-century portraitist Henry Raeburn’s paintings of Scottish Enlightenment thinkers. Working on small canvases, Tuyman’s zooms in on the men’s faces, which appear blurry, muted, and haunting.

    Luc Tuymans The Shore

    Jan 29 - Apr 2, 2015

    David Zwirner | London

    24 Grafton Street  / +442035383165 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • New York–based artist Anna Betbeze’s first solo show in the UK features a suite of new works made from handmade Greek wool rugs, which Betbeze has cut, burned, dyed, and sewn. Made in the backyard of her childhood home in Georgia, these works are at once comfortingly soft and terrifyingly violent.

    Anna Betbeze Plush Vision

    Feb 12 - Apr 2, 2015

    Luxembourg & Dayan | London

    2 Savile Row  / +442077341266 /
    Tue - Fri 11am to 4pm, Tue - Fri 11am to 4pm

  • Ends April 6th 2015

  • To celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the first exhibition of Kazimir Malevich’s black square painting, Whitechapel brings together more than one hundred artists whose works represent a similar spirit of new art and new society. Organized chronologically and thematically, the show’s paintings, photographs, and sculptures track the evolution of abstract art over the past century.

    Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 - 2015

    Jan 15 - Apr 6, 2015

    Whitechapel Gallery

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

  • Ends April 11th 2015

  • Comprising nearly one hundred works, this exhibition of early works on paper by German artist Sigmar Polke is the largest show of its kind in London in more than a decade. Many of the drawings, all small scale, are from the artist’s sketchbooks and have never been shown before.

    Sigmar Polke Early Works on Paper

    Feb 6 - Apr 11, 2015

    Michael Werner | London

    22 Upper Brook Street  / +442074956855 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends April 17th 2015

  • Taking the form of a visual dialogue, this exhibition brings together rarely shown works on paper by Marlene Dumas and Juan Muñoz. Responding to specific drawings by the late Spanish artist, Dumas has selected a number of her own drawings that also depict the human body.

    Marlene Dumas/Juan Muñoz Drawings

    Jan 16 - Apr 17, 2015

    Frith Street Gallery | 60 Frith Street

    60 Frith Street  / +442074941550 /
    Wed - Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat 11am to 5pm

  • Ends May 31st 2015

  • Swiss artist Roman Signer’s empty kayak (a recurring motif in the artist’s oeuvre) slowly navigates around the Barbican’s exhibition space as if gliding through water. Other kayaks installed in the foyer and outside extend the show beyond the confines of gallery.

    Roman Signer Slow Movement

    Mar 4 - May 31, 2015

    Barbican Art Gallery

    Barbican Centre, Silk Street  / +442076388891 /
    Sat - Wed 10am to 6pm, Thu - Fri 10am to 9pm

  • Ends March 14th 2015

  • Markus Lüpertz’s first major solo exhibition in Berlin in five years presents new large-scale paintings bearing the artist’s signature mixture of abstraction and figuration. Using Greek mythology as his subject matter, Lüpertz disrupts would-be classical scenes by inserting seemingly contradictory elements like fragmented bodies, animal skulls, and helmets.

    Markus Lüpertz Neue Bilder

    Jan 24 - Mar 14, 2015

    VW (VeneKlasen/Werner)

    Rudi-Dutschke-Strasse 26  / +4930816160418 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 6pm

  • Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans shows a new group of neon sculptures featuring subtly different light temperatures. Inspired by the horizon line, the individual neon tubes are presented in the company of a traditional Japanese Katagami screen.

    Cerith Wyn Evans

    Jan 30 - Mar 14, 2015

    Galerie Buchholz | Berlin

    Fasanenstraße 30  / +493088624056 /
    Tue - Fri 11am to 6pm, Sat 11am to 4pm

  • Ends March 29th 2015

  • Canadian artist Marcel Dzama’s latest film, a tribute to David Cronenberg, describes the romance between Marcel Duchamp and Brazilian artist Maria Martins. Shown for the first time in Germany at KW, the thiry-five-minute film stars Kim Gordon and features a soundtrack by Will Butler, Jeremy Gara, and Tim Kingsbury of Arcade Fire.


    Feb 22 - Mar 29, 2015

    KW Institute for Contemporary Art

    Auguststrasse 69  / +49302434590 /
    Sun - Mon 12pm to 7pm, Wed 12pm to 7pm, Thu 12pm to 9pm, Fri - Sat 12pm to 7pm

  • Ends April 18th 2015

  • Polish artist Alicja Kwade’s solo show explores themes of time and remains. Video and sculptural works featuring clock hands and broken glass describe cycles of creation and destruction.

    Alicja Kwade Etwas Abwesendes, dessen Anwesenheit erwartet wurde

    Feb 27 - Apr 18, 2015

    Johann König | Berlin

    Dessauer Str. 6-7  / +493026103080 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends April 25th 2015

  • Tracing the evolution of Joseph Beuys’s sculptures, this exhibition begins with early works influenced by Wilhelm Lehmbruck and Ewald Mataré. Many of the sculptures on view hail from Céline and Heiner Bastian’s own collection and are being shown at the gallery for the first time ever, following a long-term loan to the Hamburger Bahnhof.

    Beuys Sculptures

    Dec 5, 2014 - Apr 25, 2015

    Galerie Bastian

    Am Kupfergraben 10  / +493020673840 /
    Thu - Fri 11am to 5:30pm, Sat 11am to 4pm

  • Ends March 7th 2015

  • Plump ceramic lips hang from the wall and life-size mannequins, polished in hats and heels, sprout spider webs from their limbs; each have eight eyes. Cartoon balloons of chitchat have been drawn on the walls and phallic mounds have been sculpted into a table. Liz Craft's debut at Jenny's, “The Secret Lives of Spiders,” is a spirited and complicated appeal for talk.

    Liz Craft The Secret Lives of Spiders

    Jan 23 - Mar 7, 2015


    4220 Sunset Boulevard  / +13237418237 /
    Wed - Sat 12pm to 6pm

  • Tom of Finland’s lusty, homoerotic depictions of muscled men were groundbreaking for their pluck and spirit. This exhibition brings together works created between 1944 and 1972, making an exceptional case for the legacy and influence of this artist. There is leather and military garb, locker rooms and stables, policemen and sailors. An accompanying catalogue, designed by Brian Roettinger and featuring an essay by Kevin McGarry, will be published this spring.

    Tom of Finland Early Work 1944 - 1972

    Jan 17 - Mar 7, 2015

    David Kordansky Gallery

    5130 West Edgewood Place  / +13239353030 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends April 4th 2015

  • Included in Thomas Demand's latest exhibition are two new photographic series from 2014: “Backyard” images the dilapidated home of Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsernaev; for “Atelier,” Demand has remade Henri Matisse’s studio at the Hotel Régina in Nice, France, where the artist created the bulk of his cutouts. In both, the central figures—Tsernaev’s wife and the late artist—are absent, emphasizing Demand’s interest in the reconstruction of news media and artistic practice, where bodies seem less vital than material.

    Thomas Demand Thomas Demand

    Jan 24 - Apr 4, 2015

    Matthew Marks Gallery | 1062 N Orange Grove

    1062 N Orange Grove  / +13236541830 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 6pm

  • Ends April 30th 2015

  • What has the Internet imparted to art making? See Parker Ito’s latest exhibition, a labyrinth of glittering lights and brightly colored chains that suspend dashing paintings and high-gloss sculptures—all doubles of others artists’ work (Sturtevant, Murakami, Hockney, Bernini, Koons). It's an enormous, generous, and treacherous installation—a brilliant realization of a question with an answer that has no bounds.

    Parker Ito A Lil Taste of Cheeto in the Night

    Jan 24 - Apr 30, 2015

    Chateau Shatto

    406 W Pico Boulevard  / +12139735327 /
    Tue - Sat 12pm to 6pm

  • Ends May 24th 2015

  • Organized by the Studio Museum in Harlem, this survey tracks three decades (1974 to 1989) of Charles Gaines’s output—decades that provide a crucial link between the Conceptualists of the 1960s and 1970s and artists of later decades that mined subjectivity and language.

    Charles Gaines Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989

    Feb 7 - May 24, 2015

    Hammer Museum

    10899 Wilshire Boulevard  / +13104437000 /
    Tue - Fri 11am to 8pm, Sat - Sun 11am to 5pm

  • Ends March 14th 2015

  • Jessica Stockholder’s sixth show with Nathalie Obadia includes a monumental site-specific installation created in response to the gallery’s architecture. Shown together with seven smaller sculptures, Stockholder’s landscape of ordinary objects appears simultaneously orderly and chaotic.

    Jessica Stockholder

    Jan 22 - Mar 14, 2015

    Galerie Nathalie Obadia | 18 rue du Bourg-Tibourg

    18 rue du Bourg-Tibourg  / +33153019976 /
    Mon - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Following her 2014 presentation at the Serpentine Galleries in London, American artist Trisha Donnelly’s fourth show with Air de Paris similarly adheres to her wont—the exhibition provides neither explanatory wall text nor a press release, thus challenging viewers to interpret the works according to their own associations and impulses.

    Trisha Donnelly

    Jan 17 - Mar 14, 2015

    Air de Paris

    32 rue Louise Weiss  / +33144230277 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Concurrent with Taryn Simon’s survey show at the Jeu de Paume (Feb 24 to May 17, 2015), Almine Rech presents a recent work in which the American artist identifies and classifies every bird that appears in all twenty-four James Bond films. In addition to this copious taxonomy of 331 birds, the exhibition features artifacts related to the ornithologist James Bond, whose name inspired the lead character in Ian Flemming’s famous spy novels.

    Taryn Simon Birds of the West Indies

    Feb 21 - Mar 14, 2015

    Galerie Almine Rech | Paris

    64 Rue de Turenne  / +33145837190 /

  • Ends March 15th 2015

  • Daniel Buren’s fourth solo show at Kamel Mennour is a site-specific installation, made of marble, stone, granite, and graphite. Buren is familiar with the exhibition space, as he exhibited there more than three decades ago, when it belonged to Galerie Eric Fabre.

    Daniel Buren Au Fur et à Measure

    Jan 24 - Mar 15, 2015

    Kamel Mennour | 6 Rue du Pont de Lodi

    6 Rue du Pont de Lodi  / +33156240363 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Reprising the snake motif from his presentation at the Swiss Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale, Valentin Carron’s current exhibition features “belt snakes,” which are shown in the context of a barn facade with an exact replica of a 1950s sculpture by Swiss artist Andre Gigon.

    Valentin Carron L'Autoroute du Soleil à Minuit

    Jan 24 - Mar 15, 2015

    Galerie Kamel Mennour | 47 rue Saint-André des arts

    47 rue Saint-André des arts  / +33156240363 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 7pm

  • Ends March 21st 2015

  • Known primarily for his interventions in public and private spaces, so-called anti-happenings, the late Slovakian artist Július Koller aimed to break down barriers between art and life. The current exhibition presents a work that was part of the artist’s performance at the 2003 Venice Biennale.

    Július Koller A. for Atlantis

    Jan 31 - Mar 21, 2015

    gb agency

    18 rue des 4 Fils  / +33144780060 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 7pm

  • Ends March 28th 2015

  • Having received long-overdue attention thanks to her participation in Documenta 13 (2012) and the most recent Whitney Biennial, writer and painter Etel Adnan is currently showing her most recent works in Paris. The ninety-year-old Lebanese-born artist, who is based between the San Francisco Bay Area and Paris, will show at Lelong's New York location this spring.

    Etel Adnan Peintures

    Feb 12 - Mar 28, 2015

    Galerie Lelong | Paris

    13 rue de Téhéran  / +33145631319 /
    Tue - Fri 10:30am to 6pm, Sat 2pm to 6:30pm

  • Davide Balula’s most recent works include colorful sculptures that emit WiFi signals and poetic text messages sent to visitors’ smartphones. Also on view are crackly works on canvas that are the result of various artificial climate conditions.

    Davide Balula A journey through you and the leaves

    Feb 21 - Mar 28, 2015

    Galerie Frank Elbaz

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

  • Ends April 4th 2015

  • Gyan Panchal’s first show with Marcelle Alix features objects found in the French countryside near the artist’s home that he has treated to various subtle modifications. Among Panchal’s latest almost-readymades are a rain gutter, beehive boxes, and a bright-orange hunting outfit.

    Gyan Panchal Redevenir soleil

    Feb 5 - Apr 4, 2015

    Marcelle Alix

    4 rue Jouye-Rouve  / +33950041680 /
    Wed - Sat 2pm to 7pm

  • Ends April 11th 2015

  • Chosen to represent Austria at this year’s Venice Biennale, Heimo Zobernig debuts a new series of paintings in Paris. Large and colorful, these recent abstractions are accompanied by a selection of smaller works on paper, some of which date to the beginning of the artist’s career in the 1980s.

    Heimo Zobernig

    Feb 14 - Apr 11, 2015

    Galerie Chantal Crousel

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

  • Ends April 27th 2015

  • Twenty-seven years after Jeff Koons’s famous sculpture of an inflated Mylar bunny toy (Rabbit, 1986) was shown at the Pompidou Center, the American artist is back with his first major retrospective in Europe. Having traveled from the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the show features new creations and many of the artist’s best-known works, from his basketball aquariums to monumental balloon-animal sculptures.

    Jeff Koons

    Nov 26, 2014 - Apr 27, 2015

    Centre Pompidou

    Place Georges-Pompidou  / +33144781233 /
    Wed - Mon 11am to 10pm

  • Ends May 17th 2015

  • Taryn Simon’s first monographic exhibition at a French institution includes works made since 2000 demonstrating the American artist’s ongoing rigorous research and investigations. In addition to her material findings (documents, photographs, and ephemera presented in a quasi-scientific manner), a selection of Simon’s video works is also on view. Simon’s work is also on view at Almine Rech’s Paris gallery, from February 21 to March 14, 2015.

    Taryn Simon

    Feb 24 - May 17, 2015

    Jeu de Paume

    1 place de la Concorde  / +33147031250 /
    Tue 11am to 9pm, Wed - Sun 11am to 7pm

  • Ends March 13th 2015

  • For her first show in Milan, Berlin-based artist Jorinde Voigt ventures into the world of fashion with a collaboration with Danish designer Mads Dinesen. The resulting “wearable pictures” are shown in conjunction with Voigt’s latest pastel, pen, and ink drawings.

    Jorinde Voigt Salt, Sugar, Sex

    Jan 23 - Mar 13, 2015

    Lisson Gallery | Milan

    Via Zenale 3  / +390289050608 /
    Mon - Fri 10am to 1pm, Mon - Fri 3pm to 6pm

  • Ends March 14th 2015

  • This exhibition spotlighting contemporary Italian painting features eight artists born between 1961 and 1983. Though they each work in a unique style, these artists share a common visual language rooted in post-expressionist image-based painting.

    Lorenza Boisi, Jacopo Casadei, Rudy Cremonini.... Contemporary Italian Painters Today

    Jan 15 - Mar 14, 2015

    Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art

    via Imbonati 12  / +390239549725 /
    Tue - Sat 11am to 1pm, Tue - Sat 2pm to 7pm

  • Ends March 28th 2015

  • The paintings in Serban Savu’s first solo show in Italy depict daily life in the artist’s native Romania. Landscapes dominated by Communist-era architecture—apartment blocks, dams, and bridges—are enlivened by groups and individuals enjoying various leisure and work activities.

    Serban Savu Sometimes my Eyes are the Eyes of a Stranger

    Nov 19, 2014 - Mar 28, 2015

    Monica De Cardenas | Milan

    Via Francesco Viganò 4  / +390229010068 /
    Tue - Fri 3pm to 7pm, Sat 12pm to 7pm

  • South African artist Catharine Ahearn fills the gallery with a colorful installation of new works made with diverse objects ranging from ephemeral materials, such as soap, to monumental materials, such as iron. At the center of the gallery, an enormous PVC curtain bisects the exhibition, creating an enforced intermezzo as viewers cross through it in order to visit works on either side of the exhibition space.

    Catharine Ahearn NO SOAP RADIO

    Feb 20 - Mar 28, 2015


    VIa Stilicone 10  / +393397656292 /
    Wed - Sat 2:30pm to 7pm

  • Swiss artist John Armleder presents new works and a site-specific installation at Massimo De Carlo’s Via Ventura gallery. Inspired by James Rosenquist’s 1970 exhibition at Leo Castelli’s gallery in New York, Armleder has designed a multisensorial environment featuring LED lights, piano music, smoke machines, and black and gold canvases.

    John Armleder Charivari

    Feb 18 - Mar 28, 2015

    Massimo De Carlo | Milan

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

  • Ends April 3rd 2015

  • Yael Bartana’s latest video investigates appropriations of various rituals by Westeners seeking personal enlightenment. Also on view is a series of drawings by Michael Kessus Gedalyovich, an Israeli artist whose experience of an Ayahuasca ritual features prominently in Bartana’s video.

    Yael Bartana

    Feb 19 - Apr 3, 2015

    Galleria Raffaella Cortese | Via Stradella 1

    Via Stradella 1  / +39022043555 /
    Tue - Sat 10am to 1pm, Tue - Sat 3pm to 7:30pm