Toyin Ojih Odutola

Whitney Museum of American Art

For her first solo museum exhibition in New York, Toyin Ojih Odutola presents an interconnected series of fictional portraits, chronicling the lives of two aristocratic Nigerian families.

Mary Kelly

Mitchell-Innes & Nash

The Practical Past, a project-based work that considers the meaning of an era concurrent with the artist’s lifetime and deeply influenced by the events of 1968.

until Nov 22, 2017

Douglas Huebler

Paula Cooper Gallery

Created between 1963 and 1968, the selection includes sculptures, wall reliefs, and paintings that shed light on Huebler’s minimalist foundations and transition from object to concept.

until Nov 22, 2017

Claes Oldenburg


An exhibition of new work by the artist including 15 mixed-media sculptures and a series ofrotating GeometricMouse shopping bags.

until Nov 11, 2017

Gilbert & George

Lehmann Maupin

In honor of the 50th anniversary of when the British artists first met, 35 monumental pictures will be on view at both of the gallery’s New York locations in Chelsea and downtown Manhattan.

until December 22, 2017

Judith Bernstein

The Drawing Center

As well, the exhibition will feature one of Bernstein’s earliest political drawings from 1969 and a selection of five “Word Drawings” from 1995, including: Liberty, Justice, Equality, Evil, and Fear.

until Feb 4, 2018

James Rieck

Lyons Wier Gallery

Using models extrapolated from 1950’s and 60’s commercial magazines, “Rapture” juxtaposes an idyllic midcentury moment of bliss spurred on by the artwork that is on public display.

until Nov 4, 2017

David Salle

Skarstedt Gallery

David Salle—the celebrated master of postmodern painting who, for the past 40 years, has deconstructed the image by embracing the performative, as well as the cinematic aspects of his medium.

until Oct 28, 2017

Diana Al-Hadid

Marianne Boesky Gallery

The exhibition brings together sculpture, works on Mylar, and the artist’s largest presentation of wall panels seen in New York, all of which are created by layered drips of material that form both their physicality and imagery.

until Oct 21, 2017

Eva Rothschild

303 Gallery

Treating sculpture as a way to mediate simultaneous forms of presence, Rothschild implicates the viewer in a continuous search for possible outcomes, even from within a "completed" work.

until Oct 28, 2017

Don Van Vliet

Michael Werner Gallery

"Works on Paper" brings attention to drawings and paintings the artist created until 2000, marking the return of the artist’s work to New York after a decade.

until July 13, 2017

Afruz Amighi

Leila Heller Gallery

The materials employed by the artist includes fiberglass mesh, graphite, chain, steel and light to produce shadows that reflects the artist’s ongoing exploration of geometry and scared spaces. Our contributor editor Eda Ozdoyuran interviewed the artist who was in New York for her recent exhibition opening.

until July 28, 2017

Philippe Vandenberg

Hauser & Wirth

Fueled by obsession, curiosity, and inquisitiveness, Vandenberg’s creative drive encompasses painting and work on paper in which color and form intertwine and build a highly subjective and introspective artistic manifestation.

until July 28, 201