A large retrospective of Keith Haring’s work focusing on the diversity of his socio-political iconography. The exhibition—which was made possible in part by Citizens of Humanity—is on view at Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris through August 19th.
The inaugural group show featuring Alfred Steiner, Clayton Brothers, Cleon Peterson, Dave Kinsey, David Ellis, Evan Hecox, Greg Lamarche, Ian Francis, Jean-Pierre Roy, Kris Kuksi, Oliver Vernon, Pema Rinzin, Richard Colman, Riusuke Fukahori, Shawn Barber, Stephen Powers, SWOON, Tiffany Bozic, Tomokazu Matsuyama, and Tony Curanaj at Joshua Liner’s new gallery is on view through April 20th.
A group exhibition in D.C. co-curated by our old friend Roger Gastman, featuring BORF, Richard Colman, Cynthia Connolly, Tim Conlon, COOL “DISCO” DAN, Mark Jenkins, Globe Poster Archive, Clark Fox, Rosina Teri Memolo, Mingering Mike and Robin Rose.. On view through April 21st at Contemporary Wing.
Those freight train paintings by Tim Conlon are sick.
Eddie Martinez’s strong show of “painted drawings” is on view at The Journal Gallery in Brooklyn through April 28th
This is the last weekend that you’ll have a chance to check out the crocheted brilliance of Olek at Jonathan LeVine Gallery. One of the best installations we’ve seen since who knows when.
Curated by Jesper Elg and on view at The Hole until 4/20, this huge exhibition of figurative paintings is a must-see.
Featuring the work of Allison Schulnik, Anders Oinonen, Anna Bjerger, Antonio Ballester Moreno, Barnaby Furnas, Bjarne Melgaard, Cecily Brown, Dan Attoe, Devin Troy Strother, Eddie Martinez, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Erik Parker, Geoff McFetridge, HuskMitNavn, Jannis Varelas, Jemima Kirke, Jocelyn Hobbie, John Copeland, John Korner, Jules de Balincourt, Katherine Bernhardt, Keegan McHargue, Lola Montes Schnabel, Margaret Kilgallen, Maya Bloch, Miriam Cahn, Misaki Kawai, Peter Linde Busk, Rosson Crow, Ryan Schneider, Tal R, Taylor McKimens, Todd James, and Troels Carlsen.
Our nudes show opened last Saturday at Guerrero Gallery alongside Erin M. Riley’s tapestry-filled Show Me More. We’re pleased to show you images from the show featuring Asger Carlsen, Alfred Steiner, Chris Yormick, Dave Schubert, Eddie Martinez, Eric Beltz, Faile, Geoff McFetridge, HuskMitNavn, Mark Gonzales, Mark Mulroney, Sandy Kim, Stephen Powers, Suzannah Sinclair, Taylor McKimens, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Troels Carlsen, and Victor Reyes.
For info on individual works, contact Guerrero Gallery
Gary Panter can do no wrong, and once again that’s evident in his new show at Fredericks & Fraser in New York.
On view until February 23rd.
On view at The Hole until tomorrow (2/6), Jaimie Warren’s latest show of self-portraits are recreations of “images from the internet that deal with art history, celebrities & food, and things that “totally look like” each other.”
Really awesome work. Jaimie will be giving an artist talk tomorrow night at 8pm, so if you’re in the hood, stop by.
This is your last weekend to check out The RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ Galaxseum at The Children’s Museum of the Arts, and while the Letter Racers have already been taken down it’s still worth a visit.
photos by Jan Sondergaard / V1 Gallery
You only have one more month to see this show in person at the Berkeley Art Museum. After that, you’ll have to settle for these pics above.
On view until December 9th.
On view at Joshua Liner Gallery through this weekend (10/27).
Any art that transforms your immediate world is worth seeing. This one takes you somewhere entirely different.