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

Stephen Shore

The Museum of Modern Art

The exhibition tracks the artist’s work chronologically, from the gelatin silver prints he made as a teenager to his current work with digital platforms.

until May 28, 2018

Clive Head

Hollis Taggart Galleries

This is the first solo exhibition to bring a substantial body of Head’s recent work together - twenty-four paintings, drawings and etchings will be displayed in the exhibition.

until Dec 22, 2017

Thomas Struth

Marian Goodman Gallery

This 12th solo show of the artist’s work at Marian Goodman Gallery, New York since 1990 will present two new bodies of work, both of which will have their US premiere.

until Dec 22, 2017

Michelangelo Pistoletto

Luhring Augustine

For over half a century, Pistoletto has sought to merge art and life through sculptural installations, experimental performances, and, most famously, his iconic mirror paintings, which serve as the foundation of his artistic practice.

until Dec 22, 2017

Nina Chanel Abney

Jack Shainman Gallery

Combining representation and abstraction, her work captures the frenetic pace of contemporary culture, broaching subjects as diverse as race, celebrity, religion, politics, sex, and art history.

until Dec 20, 2017

Jason Rhoades

The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

By bringing together iconic installations and rarely seen sculptures, the exhibition offers an insightful look at Rhoades’s powerful and persuasive oeuvre.

until March 1st, 2018

Laura Owens

Whitney Museum of American Art

Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction, as well as the relationships among avant-garde art, craft, pop culture, and technology.

until Feb 4, 2018

Mary Frank

DC Moore Gallery

This exhibition will include 60 recent photographs and a premier presentation of Mary Frank’s recent sculptural constructions of stone and paint.

until Dec 22, 2017

Alison Elizabeth Taylor

James Cohan Gallery

In the artist’s fifth solo gallery show, Taylor’s new work reveals an evolution in media and technique that demonstrates her restless creativity and originality.

until Dec 22, 2017

Lance Letscher

Pavel Zoubok Gallery

From a reservoir of largely vintage ephemera, Letscher creates a dense pictorial space in which words, images, colors and shapes tell a story about the world we imagined for ourselves as children and the often-painful real world we experience as adults.

until Dec 23, 2017

Richard Prince

Gladstone Gallery

The Ripple Paintings are in the middle of two bodies of work. The first body... Super Group. The third body... High Times.

until Dec 22, 2017

Jim Shaw

Metro Pictures

Rendered in exquisite detail, Shaw’s virtuosic work combines his analysis of the political, social and spiritual histories of the United States with contemplative reflections of his own psyche.

until Dec 22, 2017