The first solo exhibition in an American Museum by Os Gêmeos opens to the public today at Boston’s ICA. Here is a look through the exhibit, if you’re into seeing art on computers instead of in person. The show runs through November 25th, and is accompanied by two outdoor installations.
Which do you prefer?
If you find yourself in Frankfurt before September 23rd, you can decide in person at Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung and the Schirn Kunsthalle.
This massive salon-style group show is on view at The Hole until August 10th, 2012.
This killer show from Evan Hecox is up at Joshua Liner Gallery through this weekend (6/23). Go see it!
Here is what you’re missing. Open through Sunday 6/17) at the Park Avenue Armory.
Really cool works by the Brooklyn artist. On view at Half Gallery until June 22nd, 2012.
This show needs to be seen in person, as the magnitude of the handcrafted objects is unbelievable. Recommended is attending one of the demonstrations (calendar after the jump) to really see the art in action. If you can’t make it though, these pics should suffice. On view at the Park Avenue Armory until June 17th, 2012.
These dynamite and dominating paintings are on view at The Hole until May 26th, 2012.
Peep a process video after the jump
Peter Saul’s work is so good. This show of new paintings is on view through this weekend (4/28).
Tomorrow (4/24) is the last day to see this fresh collaboration between E.V. Day and Kembra Pfahler at The Hole.
This installation looks impressive. A bunch of different views of it in action after the jump.
This new joint exhibition by Andrew Schoultz and Richard Colman is on view in at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen through April 21st.
OBLVN has put together a great show of affordable works at Klughaus. Snap up a couple of these pieces and add some fun to your wall.
Theo A. Rosenblum & Chelsea Seltzer’s show at The Hole is on view until Saturday (3/17), so you better go see it if you’re in NYC. Art with a sense of humor is my favorite art.
A group show curated by Tony Curanaj on view at Joshua Liner Gallery through this weekend (2/25).
A great little show that’s open at Half Gallery until January 30th. Go see it!