Darren Waterston

DC Moore Gallery

The paintings are seductive, drawing the viewer in by their majesty and monstrousness. Thwarted by their artifice, one is left with a sense of yearning for something not quite attainable.

until April 28, 2018

Ramiro Gomez

PPOW Gallery

Gomez creates pristine domestic scenes and landscapes populated with subjects whose work is essential to creating and maintaining those very spaces.

until April 21, 2018

Being: New Photography 2018


Every two years, New Photography presents urgent and compelling ideas in recent photography and photo-based art. This year’s edition, Being, asks how photography can capture what it means to be human

until August 19, 2018

Nick Mauss

Whitney Museum of American Art

At the Whitney he brings together his own works, alongside historical photographs, sculptures, paintings, drawings, film and video from the Whitney’s holdings and those of other public and private collections—all presented within a layered exhibition design by Mauss that allows for the works to be seen in a new light.

until May 14, 2018

Marc Camille Chaimowicz

The Jewish Museum

This large-scale survey presents Chaimowicz’s work in painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, installation, furniture, lighting, ceramics, textiles, and wallpaper made between 1978 and 2018, including never before exhibited pieces and three new commissions.

until August 5, 2018

Hugo Fontela

Marlborough Gallery

Nowhere Island, featuring recent paintings by the young Spanish artist Hugo Fontela. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition with Marlborough Gallery in New York.

until April 14, 2018

Ahmet Polat

Artist Survey

Ahmet Polat answers our publishing director Atesh M. Gundogdu"s questionnaire. This phenomenal photographer takes truly memorable photographs and takes and creates impressive transmedial projects, all combined in a remarkable track record.

Laure Prouvost

Lisson Gallery

The gallery space will be transformed into a subterranean travel agency, with ambiguous function, purported to belong to the artist’s uncle.

until April 14, 2018

Barbara Hepworth

Pace Gallery

"A Matter of Form" brings together more than twentyfive sculptures and selected paintings spanning the artist’s career—from the 1930s through the 1970s.

until April 21, 2018

Robert Polidori

Paul Kasmin Gallery

Polidori visited the Convento di San Marco several times over the course of 2010 to capture the solemnity and sheer force of the frescoes and their reflection, through the depiction of the life of Christ, of the universal condition of mankind. 

until April 14, 2018

Bill Viola

James Cohan Gallery

The exhibition features two large-scale installations, Moving Stillness: Mount Rainier 1979 (1979) and The Sleepers (1992), both significant works that use the element of water as a metaphor for human consciousness and reexamine our understanding of the natural world. 

until April 14, 2018

Chris Daze Ellis


Daily Commute will feature paintings, drawings, and pastels that reflect Daze’s exploration of and reflection on New York City, a subject that has always permeated his work.

until Mar 17, 2018

Nathan Ritterpusch

Castor Gallery

These works explore contemporary notions of beauty, ephemerality and Ritterpusch’s curious relationship to the women that are contemporaries of his mother. Our contributor editor Eda Ozdoyuran interviewed Nathan about his New York exhibition.       

until Feb 3rd, 2018