Yasumasa Morimura

Japan Society

Ego Obscura highlights Morimura's 30-year-long project of excavating "the self" from layers of art history, Japanese postwar history, and personal history.

until Jan 13, 2019

Fernando Botero

Marlborough Gallery

The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition of recent paintings by the world-renowned artist Fernando Botero. These new works revisit the major subjects he has depicted over the course of his career.

until Nov 24, 2018

Hew Locke

PPOW Gallery

The exhibition will continue Locke’s investigation into the role public statues play in the way national identity and history are formed, an element of his practice that he has been exploring since 2002.

until Nov 10, 2018

Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Salon 94

Quinn’s singular approach to portraiture is both highly associative and autobiographical, and includes family and friends, teachers, neighbors, and interlopers

until Oct 27, 2018

Julie Heffernan

P·P·O·W Gallery

For over three decades, Heffernan’s career can be viewed as chronicling an individual life; her early paintings describe youthfulness through ripe still lives and fecund landscapes, while her later paintings suggest maturation through depictions of accumulation and loss. 

until Oct 6, 2018

Toyin Ojih Odutola

Jack Shainman Gallery

“When Legends Die” is the final effort in a series of works sharing the legacy of one of the oldest noble clans of Nigeria.

until Oct 27, 2018

John Chiara

Yossi Milo Gallery

For his second solo exhibition at the gallery, John Chiara handcrafted a custom 50” x 40” camera designed to capture Manhattan’s soaring verticality in kaleidoscopic color and with hyperreal clarity.

until Oct 27, 2018

Urs Fischer


At the intersection of sculpture, behavior, and choreography, PLAY is an arena of chance encounters where visitors are invited to interact with nine office chairs that seem to have lives of their own.

until Oct 13, 2018

Oscar Wilde & Wilhelm von Gloeden

Shin Gallery

Marvellous Boys, an exhibition consisting of photographs by German photographer Wilhelm von Gloeden and an autograph revision of The Picture of Dorian Gray by Irish writer Oscar Wilde.

until Sep 30, 2018

Julio Larraz

Miles McEnery Gallery 

By manipulating and altering the familiar, he challenges the viewer to more closely examine and engage with the ideas embedded in his precisely rendered scenes.

until Aug 17, 2018

Nicholas Hlobo

Lehmann Maupin

For Nicholas Hlobo’s second exhibition with the gallery, the South African artist will show recent mixed media paintings and sculptures that merge his signature materials of ribbon, leather, wood, and rubber employed with conceptual specificity to address complex issues of identity.

until August 24, 2018

David Wojnarowicz


The exhibition will open in conjunction with Wojnarowicz’s first major institutional traveling retrospective David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

until Aug 24, 2018


Perrotin Gallery

Starting out as an artist on the streets of Paris when he was still a teen, JR rose to international acclaim when he won the coveted TED Prize for his socially active art in 2011.

until August 17, 2018

Sue de Beer

Marianne Boesky Gallery

The White Wolf. The film uses the classic werewolf narrative as a lens through which to explore broader themes of transformation, memory, and the psychology and physicality that form our sense of self. 

until August 3, 2018

John Akomfrah

New Museum

The work of British artist, film director, and writer John Akomfrah first garnered attention during the early 1980s when he was part of the Black Audio Film Collective, a group of seven artists that was established following the 1981 Brixton Riots in London. 

until Sept 2, 2018

Tim Gardner

303 Gallery

Known for his exacting watercolors depicting scenes of typically masculine coming-of-age scenarios, here Gardner trains his eye onto New York City, tracing the nature of memory and sensation as they relate to urban environments.

until July 13, 2018