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

Andy Warhol

Lévy Gorvy

An exhibition devoted exclusively to Andy Warhol’s portraits of women from the early 1960s through the 1980s.

through June 15, 2019

Frank Stella

Marianne Boesky Gallery

Ranging from the monumental to the intimately-scaled, the featured sculptures capture Stella’s ongoing exploration of the spatial relationships between abstract and geometric forms and the ways in which they behave in and engage with physical space. 

through June 22, 2019

Jonas Wood

Gagosian Gallery

In his boldly colored graphic works, Wood combines art historical references with images of the objects, interiors, and people that comprise the fabric of his daily life. 

through July 19, 2019

Mark Manders

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

Manders presents a variety of sculptural works that continue his “self portrait as a building”– an ongoing investigation into self-portraiture, architecture, language, and perception. 

through May 24, 2019

Mira Schor

Lyles & King

Schor painted the works in the exhibition while an MFA student at CalArts where she participated in the landmark Feminist Art Program created by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro.

through May 19, 2019

Vivian Suter

Gladstone Gallery

Comprised exclusively of mixed media paintings, this show furthers Argentine-Swiss artist Vivian Suter’s singular style of installation, in which canvases flood the gallery space, creating an enveloping mise-en-scène of visual characters that intermingle, juxtapose, and cavort with one another.

through June 8, 2019

Raqib Shaw

Pace Gallery

The exhibition showcases Shaw’s first work in the long tradition of landscape painting, signifying a new direction for the London-based Kashmiri artist. Drawing inspiration from his childhood memories of Kashmir and the nature and architecture of the Indian subcontinent, Shaw re-envisioned his own personal history through the compulsively-detailed, painted, and emotionally-potent works.

through May 18, 2019

Lucian Freud

Acquavella Galleries

A loan exhibition focusing on the artist’s naked portraits, a subject that has long enjoyed special significance in his oeuvre. Curated by the artist’s longtime studio assistant and friend, David Dawson.

through May 24, 2019

Paul Anthony Smith

Jack Shainman

Junction features Smith’s unique picotage on pigment prints that question, confront, and challenge the potential of a photographic image to retain past truths and constructed realities.

through May 11, 2019

Leon Kossoff

Timothy Taylor

The exhibition offers a retrospective view of the British artist Leon Kossoff’s most well known subjects, capturing subtle glimpses into the nuances of his city from 1952 to 2012.

through May 4, 2019

Keith Haring

Van de Weghe

Haring’s work celebrates human existence while confronting weighty themes including violence, power, and the dehumanizing effect of technology.  The exhibition explores Haring’s work from 1985-87.

through May 22, 2019

Robert Motherwell


This unprecedented exhibition will be the first to focus solely on Motherwell’s approach to large-format painting and will be comprised of eight works spanning the 1960s - 1990, including a core group of paintings from the collection of The Dedalus Foundation.

through May 18, 2019