Kevin Beasley

Whitney Museum of American Art

Kevin Beasley engages with the legacy of the American South through a new installation that centers on a cotton gin motor from Maplesville, Alabama.

until March 10, 2019

Anthony McCall

Sean Kelly Gallery

Occupying the entire space, the exhibition features two new ‘solid-light’ installations, McCall’s seminal horizontal work Doubling Back, 2003, and a curated selection of black and white photographs, a number of which will be exhibited in the US for the first time.

until January 26, 2019

Maria Antelman

Pioneer Works

Antelman creates collage-like videos that pull from a well of sources, including scenarios about rewilding the American West, ideas of techno-animism, and early reconnaissance images from outer space.

until February 10, 2019

Tauba Auerbach

Paula Cooper Gallery

A Broken Stream, an exhibition of video, sculpture, drawing and painting by Tauba Auerbach. Working in several new media, Auerbach will probe fluid behaviors alongside new theories of anatomy, mind and the cosmos.

until December 22, 2018

Andy Warhol

Whitney Museum of American Art

The show illuminates the breadth, depth, and interconnectedness of the artist’s production: from his beginnings as a commercial illustrator in the 1950s, to his iconic Pop masterpieces of the early 1960s, to the experimental work in film and other mediums from the 1960s and 70s, to his innovative use of readymade abstraction and the painterly sublime in the 1980s. The show features more than 350 works of art, many assembled together for the first time. 

Through March 31, 2019

Louise Bourgeois

Cheim & Reid

The show explores the range of Bourgeois’ spiral motifs as expressed in sculpture, painting, and drawing, from the early 1950s through 2010. In materials as diverse as wood, steel, bronze, latex, marble, plaster, resin, hemp, lead, ink, pencil, crayon, woodcut, watercolor, and gouache, Bourgeois investigates every imaginable manifestation of the spiral.

Through December 22, 2018

Friedrich Kunath

Blum & Poe

Kunath carries on his study of a dichotomous human condition—an exploration in happiness and sadness, romanticism, nostalgia, longing, the fetish of authenticity, and the myth of genius. The exhibition displays Kunath’s recent airbrush, and impastoed oil paintings alongside his bronze sculptures.

Through December 22, 2018

Ken Price

Matthew Marks Gallery

The exhibition features thirteen small-scale sculptures with organic, sensual forms and dazzlingly vibrant surfaces that are from the estate of the La born artist Ken Price (1935–2012).

Through December 22, 2018

Diane Arbus

David Zwirner

One of the most original and influential photographers of the twentieth century Diane Arbus’  (b.1923–1971) sixty-six images were made at residences for people with developmental disabilities places between 1969 and 1971. The show includes several images that have never before been exhibited.

Through December 15, 2018

Nick Cave

Jack Shainman Gallery

The new exhibition by Nick Cave If a Tree Falls explores a crucial underlying component of personal and collective states – the state of the American nation. Cave creates a space of memorial through combining found historical objects with a contemporary dialogue on gun violence & death.

Through December 22, 2018

Catherine Opie

Lehmann Maupin

The Modernist : the photography series and related film—Opie’s first—offer a distinct narrative arc as they follow a fictional artist character on an arsonist spree across Los Angeles, targeting the city’s iconic modernist buildings. 

Through January 12, 2019

Richard Prince

Gagosian Gallery

Richard Prince’s (b.1949) recent mix media paintings feature bold colors , playful juxtapositions and childlike drawings. Prince create new works with inkjet reproductions of his 1998–99 Hippie Drawings.

Through December 15, 2018