Nick Cave

Jack Shainman Gallery

This presentation will debut a series of wire Tondos, in which swirling cacophonies of colors are created from the layered mapping of cataclysmic weather patterns superimposed onto brain scans of black youth suffering from PTSD as a result of gun violence.

until June 23, 2018

Urs Fischer

Gagosian Gallery

Titled Sōtatsu, the exhibition of works by Urs Fischer will feature nine of his new paintings inspired by the hand scrolls and painted screens of early seventeenth-century Japanese artist Tawaraya Sōtatsu. 

until June 23rd, 2018

Andrew Lord

Gladstone Gallery

The works on view were most recently exhibited as part of the artist’s solo installation on the Bluhm Family Terrace at the Art Institute of Chicago.

until Jun 16, 2018

John Baldessari

Marian Goodman Gallery

Building on Baldessari’s homages to the art historical canon, which have centered on subjects from Giotto to Miro to Pollock/Benton, the new exhibition pairs two icons of art, Picabia and Mondrian. 

until June 22, 2018

Jenny Saville

Gagosian Gallery

Her work reveals a deep awareness, both intellectual and sensory, of how the body has been represented over time and across cultures—from antique and Hindu sculpture, to Renaissance drawing and painting, to the work of modern artists such as Henri Matisse, Willem de Kooning, and Pablo Picasso.

until June 16, 2018

Dan Colen

Lévy Gorvy

Mailorder Mother Purgatory will present three recent bodies of works that focus on technical innovation in pursuit of ambience and emotional depth.

until June 23, 2018

Dave Muller

Artist Survey

In over fifty new paintings depicting the circular labels of assorted vinyl albums and singles, Muller draws upon his endless fascination and encyclopedic knowledge of music and its capacity to shape both individual and cultural identities. Dave Muller answers our publishing director Atesh's questionnaire.

until June 30, 2018

Marlene Dumas

David Zwirner

This exhibition, the artist's second with the gallery and her first solo presentation in New York since 2010, will feature a selection of new paintings that range from monumental nude figures to intimately scaled portraits.

until June 30, 2018

David Salle

Skarstedt

David Salle: Paintings 1985 – 1995, an exhibition of historic paintings highlighting a prolific and experimental period of Salle’s career. With a selection from some of his most significant bodies of work.

until June 23, 2018

Doug Aitken

303 Gallery

“Hello, My Name is Martin Cooper. In 1973 I invented the very first cellular telephone. Standing on 6th Avenue, New York City, near the Hilton Hotel, I made a phone call. This was the very first public cellphone call.”

until May 25, 2018

Terry Winters

The Drawing Center

It will include a selection of large-scale works on paper and a wide span of smaller drawings as well as a suite of rarely seen drawings created between 2006 and 2016 in vitrines.

until August 12, 2018

Yto Barrada

Pace Gallery

“How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself,” a survey of Yto Barrada’s work, marks the first solo show in a New York gallery for the New York-based artist who, through photography, sculpture, and film, often engages geographic borders and citizenship.

until May 05, 2018

Ghada Amer

Cheim & Read

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue, with an essay by Jenni Sorkin. This is Amer’s fourth solo show with the gallery.

until May 12, 2018

Hank Willis Thomas

Jack Shainman Gallery

In this newest body of work, Thomas continues to investigate 20th century protests in Africa, North America and Europe.

until May 12, 2018