I LOST MY BODY

Based on Guillaume Laurant’s novel Happy Hand, I Lost My Body is the first animated film to win the Nespresso Grand Prize awarded by the jury of the International Critics Week at the Cannes Film Festival. A beautiful, haunting film that uplifts the human spirit at the end. State of the Arts NYC has supported…

MEXICAN MURALISM

  IDENTITY AND REVOLUTION is on view at Throckmorton Fine Art in New York  through February 29, 2020. In a revolt against dictator Porfirio Diaz, the demand for agrarian reform signaled a new age in Mexican society. As Civil War raged in Mexico from 1910-1920, the people of Mexico expressed their belief that the land…

The Paris Years: Sculpture and Drawings from 1911-1932

Jacques Lipchitz, The Paris Years: Sculpture and Drawings from 1911-1932, a presentation of the 20th Century master’s seminal artworks  on view through November 23rd.  The exhibition, which includes some 50 works, takes as its focus crucial years of innovation in the artist’s early artistic life. Sculptures as well as a selection of drawings and bas…

ALIZA NISENBAUM Coreografías

For her debut exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery, Mexican-born and New York-based activist and painter Aliza Nisenbaum will present Coreografías, a new body of individual and group portrait paintings. All works are the results of the artist’s participation in a variety of group and community activities such as her recent Brixton Station residency or her engagement…

MoMA Expansion opens in October

The expansion, developed by MoMA with architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with Gensler, adds more than 40,000 square feet of gallery spaces and enables the Museum to exhibit significantly more art in new and interdisciplinary ways. The Studio in the heart of the Museum will feature live programming and performances that react to,…

ROGER BROWN VIRTUAL STILL LIFE

Roger Brown: Virtual Still Lifes brings together, for the first time, a vast grouping of the artist’s “Virtual Still Life” paintings (1995–97) made near the end of his career. By positioning these works alongside others that highlight their development, including early paintings demonstrating his interest in the stage and installations conveying the centrality of collecting to…

ALLAN SEKULA : LABOR’S RESISTANCE

“Beware: A Worker’s Defeat Has Been Converted Into An Artwork” – Allan Sekula, This Ain’t China (1974) Following an inaugural exhibition of Allan Sekula at the London gallery this spring, Marian Goodman Gallery New York is pleased to announce an upcoming summer show of work by Allan Sekula (1951-2013), which constitutes the largest presentation on…

COLOR OF LIGHT

In celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of the opening of Nailya Alexander Gallery, we are pleased to announce Color of Light: Fifteen Years of Nailya Alexander Gallery, on view from Thursday May 16th to Friday July 12th, 2019. For the past decade and a half, the gallery has prided itself on its diverse roster of contemporary international fine-art…

NICK BRANDT

      Edwynn Houk Gallery presents This Empty World (2018), a new series by contemporary artist Nick Brandt. The artist’s first body of work in color, This Empty World is a blazoning exploration of the vulnerability of animals and humans in an era of environmental degradation. This exhibition marks the series’ U.S. debut. Brandt’s vision communicates the…

VIETNAMESE CERAMICS — John R. Menke Collection

The history of Vietnamese ceramic traditions reflects the complex history of Vietnam itself. Early on, during a millennium of rule by China, northern Vietnamese potters learned from China’s ceramic technology even as the region incorporated aspects of Chinese culture. With the independent dynasties of Ly (1009–1225) and Tran (1225–1400), experimentation with new forms and approaches…

ZOBOP (Viridescent) Permanent installation at Anton Kern Gallery

  James Lambie (born 1964 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a contemporary visual artist, and was shortlisted for the 2005 Turner Prize with an installation called Mental Oyster. Jim Lambie graduated from the Glasgow School of Art (1990-1994) with a 2:1 Honors Bachelor of Arts degree. He lives and works in Glasgow, and also operates as a…

INDIA’S FRENCH CONNECTION

DAG is presenting India’s French Connection: Indian Artists in France at their New York gallery through May 2019. The exhibition surveys the many Indian artists who lived and worked in Paris from 1920-1980, and explores the influence of French artistic movements on the development of Indian modern and contemporary art. The show includes a vast…