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

Yayoi Kusama

David Zwirner

The exhibitions will feature sixty-six paintings from her iconic My Eternal Soul series, new large-scale flower sculptures, a polka-dotted environment, and two Infinity Mirror Rooms in the Chelsea locations.

until Dec 16, 2017

Performa 17

Performa 17 Biennial NYC

Performa is thrilled to announce Performa 17, the visual art performance vanguard’s seventh edition taking place, November 1–19, 2017

Cecily Brown

Paula Cooper Gallery

"Titled “A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!” after a poem by Emily Dickinson, the exhibition is the artist’s first show with the gallery.

until Dec 2, 2017

McArthur Binion

Galerie Lelong & Co.

Binion’s new series includes his largest painting to date. Expanding upon his renowned DNA paintings, these works feature images of his self-described “birth house” in Mississippi and refer to its rural address, Route One: Box Two.

until Dec 23, 2017

Joyce Kozloff

DC Moore Gallery

An exhibition that unites the artist’s ongoing mixed media cartographic art with recently unearthed childhood drawings. Artspeak editor Yasemin Vargi spoke with the artist about Girlhood

until Nov 4, 2017

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