Leonardo Drew

Galerie Lelong & Co.

With this exhibition, Drew expands his practice to incorporate a wider spectrum of color and to explore new aspects of his materials.

through August 2, 2019 

Idris Khan

Sean Kelly Gallery

Blue Rhythms, featuring a new body of paintings, photographs and sculpture that continue the artist’s investigation into the passage and collapse of time and its use within textual, musical and visual bodies.

through June 22, 2019

Joan Mitchell

David Zwirner

The works on view—which span four decades of Mitchell’s career—will allow for a unique opportunity to explore the range of scale and formal experimentation of this innovative facet of her oeuvre. 

through June 22, 2019

John Baldessari

Marian Goodman Gallery

Departing from the art historical canon to explore an entirely new subject matter, Baldessari focuses our attention on the physical world in this new body of work, featuring icons and events of natural phenomena.

through June 15, 2019

Chris Ofili

David Zwirner

The title of the exhibition references René Magritte’s eponymous painting of 1935, which Ofili explores in drawings that employ the compositional organization of the Surrealist’s work as a structure for his own rich and layered colorism.

through June 15, 2019

Jeff Wall


The majority of the works included are on view for the first time: from his pioneering use in the 1970s of backlit color transparencies to his intricately constructed scenes of enigmatic incidents from daily life, literature, and film, Wall expands the definition of the photograph, both as object and illusion.

through June 22, 2019

James Rieck

Lyons Wier Gallery

James Rieck's latest series, "Emotional Support," addresses and celebrates , the complex and compelling bond between people and their pets with his own style cropping out the viewer’s gaze.

through June 1, 2019

Neel / Picasso

Sara Kay Gallery

Neel and Picasso were contemporaries who transformed and revitalized portraiture. Through select paintings by both artists, this exhibition offers a revealing parallel view of two key 20th century painters.

through July 20, 2019


Hauser & Wirth

The first exhibition to focus on the critical first decade of the artist’s life in Paris, curated by Jean-Paul Ameline. Imbued with vibration and movement, Soto’s early works constitute a breakthrough in his output, laying crucial groundwork for his later kinetic works and the uniquely fluid style that shaped his artistic vocabulary.

through July 26, 2019

Alex Katz

Gavin Brown’s Enterprise

This exhibition tells the story of a year in Alex Katz’s painted-life. A life where landscapes are observed from the edge of his home in Maine.

through August 3, 2019

Carlos Motta

PPOW Gallery

Comprising new work in several media, the exhibition is grouped in three sections: a trio of related videos, a series of photographs, and a cycle of framed objects that traffic in appropriation and assemblage.

through May 25, 2019

Robert Longo

Metro Pictures

Robert Longo’s “Amerika” marks the beginning of a two-part exhibition by the artist and is a continuation of his investigation into the politics of power, futility, and aggression.

through May 25, 2019

David Shrigley

Anton Kern Gallery

British artist David Shrigley presents a large-scale kinetic sculpture, two neon sculptures, and 100 new drawings. Shrigley’s works express the pathos, tedium, irony, and oftentimes ridiculousness of everyday life.

through June 15, 2019

Piero Manzoni

Hauser & Wirth

Materials of His Time’ and ‘Piero Manzoni. Lines’ unfold over two floors and focus on Manzoni’s most significant bodies of work: his Achromes (paintings without color) and Linee (Lines) series.

through 26 July 2019