Theodora Allen

Kasmin Gallery

Drawing from music, literature, myth and nature, Allen’s still lifes highlight essentialism and contemplate the human condition. Time and place are slippery—each painting suggests a world within itself, where transformative plants and figural relics underscore our earthly existence. 

until March 09, 2019

Banu Cennetoglu

Sculpture Center

SculptureCenter to present first U.S. solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed Istanbul-based artist Banu Cennetoğlu. Her work presents a mode of hyper-reflexivity that advocates for perseverance and introspection in this moment of unrestrained expressionism. 

until Mar 25, 2019

Mc Arthur Binion

Lehmann Maupin

Taking full control of his identity as an artist, Binion emerges as a powerful voice exploring the nuanced ramifications of personal and social identity in the 21st century. 

until March 02, 2019

Karl Martin Holzhäuser

Yossi Milo Gallery 

The show will feature Holzhäuser's vintage "light paintings" ("Lichtmalerei") from the 1980s and early 1990s, a period in which the artist was a chief practitioner of Concrete Photography.

until February 23, 2019

David Robilliard

Ortuzar Projects

The exhibition will include paintings and works on paper, as well as a large selection of archival materials, that uniquely illuminate the pleasures and frustrations of love and life in 1980s queer London. This is the first exhibition of Robilliard’s work in New York since 1990.

until March 2, 2019

Dana Schutz

Petzel Gallery

Imagine Me and You depicts strange terrain where clouds hover like rocks, ground is composed of jawbones, and mountains suspend writhing histories and political dilemma.

until February 23, 2019

Rodney Graham

303 Gallery

Begun in 2007, Graham's lightboxes synthesize and expand upon his practices in painting, photography, sculpture and film, using highly detailed set design and arcane conceptual inspirations to point to the paradigmatic functioning of stock characters from the realms of art, Hollywood film, music, history and the social world.

until February 23, 2019

Josh Sperling

Galerie Perrotin

Sperling’s work, now recognizable for his particular brand of chromatic geometry, offers pop minimalist confections on a newly expanded scale. Big Time, the work from which the exhibition takes its name, is one of Sperling’s grandest gestures to date, both in scale and scope, as he enlists the clustering strategy of his “composites” to include all the shapes in his arsenal.

until February 16, 2019

Paloma Varga Weisz

Gladstone 64

Her idiosyncratic, anachronistic, and thoughtful wood carvings utilize traditional techniques, used for centuries in the creation of ecclesiastical sculpture. 

until February 16, 2019

James Siena

Pace Gallery

Painting exhibition displays Siena’s first works using acrylic paint on large format canvases, all created in 2018. 

until February 9, 2019

Mateo López

Casey Kaplan Gallery

With a new body of sculpture, works on paper and stop-motion film, López invites viewers to navigate the exhibition as if set within a tridimensional drawing.

until February 16, 2019

Ray K. Metzker

Howard Greenberg Gallery

The inaugural exhibition of the great photographers of the modern era, Ray K. Metzker’s photographs will survey more than 50 works, many of which are well known and others recently discovered in the artist’s archive, which will be on public view for the first time.

until March 02, 2019

Sophie von Hellermann

Greene Naftali

Von Hellermann animates complex narratives with a coiling, energetic hand and rich palette. For her fifth solo exhibition at Greene Naftali, the artist presents a suite of paintings unfolding from the strange history of the place in which she made them: Ileden, among Ileden’s scenes are a World War II plane crash near the coast of Kent.

until February 2, 2019

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

Max Kozloff

DC Moore Gallery

The exhibition of paintings by noted art and photography critic Max Kozloff is on view for the first time. Almost completely unknown until now, Kozloff has maintained a private practice as a creator of intense, moody, and nuanced paintings. Twenty-three works will be on view in Max Kozloff: The Atmospherics of Interruption: Paintings 1966-2018.

until January 26, 2019