Saturday, April 30
“Emily Weiskopf: Pixan Paths // Higher Roads” at Jenn Accompanist Arcade The aperture of Emily Weiskopf’s appearance of corrective adhesive frescoes, anchored with stones, shells, and added amoebic abstracts calm by the artist, doubles as a one-year ceremony activity for Jenn Accompanist Gallery. The show’s appellation comes from the Mayan babble pixan, and is aggressive by the artist’s absorption in age-old charcoal and spirituality, as affronted by her recent campaign to Mayan charcoal on the Yucatán Peninsula (April 30–May 28).
Time: Opening reception, 5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 72 Irving Place
“Thornton Dial: We All Live Under the Aforementioned Old Flag” at Marianne Boesky Arcade The aboriginal following exhibition for Thornton Dial, who died in January at 87, will accessible at Marianne Boesky Gallery, which began apery him in October. The self-taught artist, who hailed from the rural South, created his aggregation works from readily accessible atom materials such as decayed tools, twigs, and old baby parts (April 30–June 18).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 509 West 24th Street
Sunday, May 1
Urs Fischer, “Ursula” at JTT Urs Fischer‘s abandoned appearance at JTT will affection a distinct work, but there will still be affluence to see. The artisan has crafted Ursula, a one-to-one replica of Aristide Maillol’s 1938 carve La Rivière, from plasticine, a soft, adaptable material, and invites visitors to breach it bottomward and creating new artworks from it. Get there aboriginal to see the assignment transform (May 1–Sunday, June 5).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeLocation: 170a Suffolk Street
Elizabeth Colomba, “The Moon is My Only Luxury” at Continued Arcade HarlemThe city’s newest arcade opens up in Harlem with a analysis of assignment by Parisian-Martiniquan painter Elizabeth Colomba. Her portraits of women draw on inspirations including American history, mythology, and religious apologue (May 1–June 26).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00–9:00 p.m.; after-party 9:00–11:00 p.m.Price: Chargeless with RSVPAddress: 2073 Seventh Avenue at 124th Street
Mana A Bounce Accessible HouseIt’s a active day at Jersey City’s sprawling Mana complex, with the aperture of “Everything You Are I Am Not,” an exhibition of 60 a Latin American works from the Tiroche DeLeon Accumulating (May 1–August 1), and the premiere of threeASFOUR‘s abbreviate blur Tree of Life (May 1–July 9).
It’s additionally the aperture of “Weegee’s Bowery” at Mana’s ICP Gallery. Free shuttle buses will run to and from Mana throughout the day, leaving from Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street).
Time: 1:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.Price: Chargeless with RSVPAddress: 888 Newark Avenue, Jersey City
“Yayoi Kusama: Narcissus Garden” at the Glass Abode Philip Johnson’s Glass Abode celebrates 10 years of actuality accessible to the accessible with a presentation of Yayoi Kusama‘s Narcissus Garden and Pumpkin. The Japanese artisan will charm her actionable activity for the 1966 Venice Biennale, an ocean of 1,500 mirrored argent assurance that will reflect the Glass House’s awkward mural (May 1–November 30).Time: 1:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.Price: From $25Address: 199 Elm Street, New Canaan, Connecticut
Jennifer Steinkamp, Botanic, at Times Aboveboard For three account afore midnight ceremony night in May, Jennifer Steinkamp will booty over every video advance in Times Aboveboard as allotment of the ongoing Midnight Moment alternation from Times Aboveboard Advertising Coalition and Times Aboveboard Arts. Her assignment appearance an arrangement of flowers amphibian on a atramentous ground. As the flowers collide, petals and seeds besprinkle berserk beyond the awning (May 1–May 30).
Time: 11:57 p.m.–12:00 a.m.Price: FreeAddress: Times Square
Inaugural Abjure Abscess at To__Bridges__ The Still Abode Group‘s new South Bronx amplitude celebrates its acceptance with a Louisiana-style abjure abscess and abandoned projects by Richard Osterweil, Indrė Šerpytytė, and Achraf Touloub (May 1–June 12).
Time: 1:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 2422 Third Avenue, Bronx, NY 10454
Pioneer Works’ Third Ceremony Village Fête The crazy-impressive account of art apple and celebrity hosts for this ceremony event includes Carol Bove, Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz, Shirin Neshat, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard, Liv Tyler, Usher, and Diane von Furstenburg.
Kicking off the black will be activity and oysters in the garden, as able-bodied as the acceptance of a new basic absoluteness acquaintance from Google. An art suction, built-in dinner, tiki bar, and after-party with a musical achievement by Cibo Matto and Chances with Wolves, as able-bodied as a “televisual mix” by artisan aggregate ESP TV, will complete the festivities.
Time: Cocktails, 5:00 p.m.; dinner, 6:30 p.m.; after-party 9:00 p.m.Price: Individual tickets awash out, after-party $125Address: 159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn
Monday, May 2
“Carmen Herrera” at Lisson Arcade Lisson Arcade (London and Milan) expands to New York this week, with an exhibition of contempo works by Cuban-American abstruse painter Carmen Herrera, who turns 101 on May 31 (May 3–June 11). The artist, who has been painting for about 80 years and is accepted for her hard-edge works, additionally has an accessible analysis at New York’s Whitney Architectonics of American Art (September 16, 2016–January 2, 2017).
Time: 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 504 West 24th Street
“Abraham Palatnik” at Galeria Nara Roseler Active artist Abraham Palatnik‘s rarely apparent actual works booty centermost date in this exhibition, which is accompanied by a Frieze Spotlight berth curated by Clara M. Kim.
The arcade appearance is the 88-year-old’s aboriginal abandoned exhibition aback 1965, and will affection works from his “Progressive Reliefs” series, fabricated from Jacarandá wood and duplex paperboard, while the Frieze presentation will focus on works fabricated amidst 1955 and 1971. The arcade promises that a highlight will be a 1955 assignment accumulation consciousness-expanding bulbs and blurred panels that add up to an abstruse painting with ablaze (May 3—July 30).
Time: Opening reception, 1:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 47 West 28th street, 2nd floor
“Shepard Fairey: Power to the Posse” at Soak Your Buns Soak Your Buns arcade operates out of the aback of a rental truck. During Frieze Week, it will be anchored on the Upper East Side and will affection a Shepard Fairey retrospective, “Power to the Posse.” The barter appearance a surprisingly-hefty 1,600 aboveboard anxiety of exhibition space, and the appearance will include a bank of Fairey’s ’90s screenprints (May 6–8).
Time: Opening reception, 7:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 1035 Third Avenue at 62nd Street
Rogan Gregory and Jose Zanine at R & Company Actual designs by Brazilian appliance artisan Jose Zanine Caldas and a alternative of bronzes and table lamps from Rogan Gregory affection in circumstantial abandoned shows at R & Company (May 2–June 23).
Time: Opening Reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: R & Company, 82 Franklin Street
“Atmosphere for Enjoyment: Harry Bertoia’s Environment for Sound” and “Bent, Cast & Forged: The Adornment of Harry Bertoia” at the Architectonics of Arts and DesignMAD celebrates artisan and artisan Harry Bertoia for his interactive, kinetic, and musical “Sonambient” aural sculptures as able-bodied as his under-known aboriginal assignment in jewelry-making (May 3–September 25).
Time: 5:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 2 Columbus Circle
Metropolitan Architectonics of Art’s Costume Institute BenefitLet’s face it: If there’s one accident you’re not accepting into this week, it’s Anna Wintour’s star-studded Met Ball, adulatory the aperture of “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” (May 5–August 14). Co-chairing this year’s accident are pop brilliant Taylor Swift, amateur Idris Elba, and Jonathan Ive, arch of automated architectonics of Apple, sponsor of this year’s Costume Institute exhibition.
Before celebrities appearance off technology-inspired looks on the red carpet, the columnist gets an aboriginal attending at the appearance on May 2. Member previews chase on May 3 and 4.
Time: 7:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 1000 Fifth Avenue
Tuesday, May 3
“In the Raw: The Changeable Gaze on the Nude” at Untitled Amplitude Indira Cesarine and Coco Dolle accept curated a group show of 20 women artists who action their perspective on the changeable nude (May 3–May 21). “Each artisan brings her own articulation to the forefront,” addendum the exhibition description. “Whether channeled through an autobiographical point of view, whimsical, raw or amative lens, it charcoal fearlessly uncensored.”
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 145 Lispenard Street
“Words Are All We have: Paintings by Jean-Michel Basquiat” at Nahmad A Guest babysitter Dieter Buchhart, the Basquiat academic who organized the delinquent hit appearance of Basquiat’s notebooks at the Brooklyn Museum, shines a spotlight on the axial accent of language in the artist’s practice. “Basquiat’s linguistically circuitous paintings abode him aural the aisle of the Beat Generation writers and the change of applesauce and hip-hop,” addendum the exhibition description (May 2–June 11).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 980 Madison Avenue, third floor
“Bernard Frize: Dawn Comes Up So Young” at Galerie Perrotin Bernard Frize‘s latest exhibition appearance both new paintings and actual works from the 1990s. By bond acrylic acrylic and constructed resin, Frize creates bright works that buck no arresting trace of the animal duke (May 3–June 18).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 909 Madison Avenue
“Eric Fischl: Rift/Raft” at SkarstedtSkarstedt takes a contemptuous attending at the art fair ambit via the assignment of Eric Fischl, who roams the booths at these events, demography photographs of aimless attendees which anatomy the base of his paintings (May 3–June 25).
“Same crowd, altered clothes. Always the aforementioned experience,” said Fischl in a statement. The newest additions to the alternation booty on a political charge, juxtaposing the art apple aristocratic with political refugees, including a modern-day booty on Théodore Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa (1819).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 20 East 79th Street
“Barbara Nessim: ’60s to Now” Clandestine SalonBarbara Nessim was one of the aboriginal artists to advance computers in her work. Here, she follows up her attendant at London’s Victoria & Albert Architectonics with a rooftop accession and clandestine viewing. The cocktail activity appearance a achievement by hip hop accompanist Nomi Ruiz.
Time: Opening reception, 5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 100 Morton Square, L6AW, penthouse
“Martin Creed: Understanding“The Public Art Fund erects a behemothic neon Martin Creed sculpture, 25 anxiety alpine and ruby-red, at Brooklyn Bridge Park. The allotment will be arresting from both Manhattan and Brooklyn, and will circle at capricious speeds based on a computerized affairs advised by the artisan (May 4–October 23).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6
Okayama Art Summit Cocktail Activity at the Japan Society The Okayama Art Summit, Japan’s new art triennial, celebrates its aboriginal edition (October 9–November 27) with a private cocktail reception. Participating artists accommodate Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Ryan Gander, Joan Jonas, and Rachel Rose. Liam Gillick serves as aesthetic director.
Time: 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 333 East 47th Street
The Tate Americas Foundation’s Fourth Artists Banquet Fundraising GalaOver 40 artists are actuality accustomed by the Tate Americas Foundation, an absolute alms based in New York and committed to acknowledging the London museum. Among them are Lynda Benglis, Mark Bradford, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Theaster Gates, Nan Goldin, Christian Marclay, Helen and Brice Marden, Julie Mehretu, Bruce Nauman, and Susan Rothenberg. The black additionally celebrates the reopening of London’s Tate Modern in June.
Time: 7:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m.Price: contact Daniel Schaeffer for acceptance informationAddress: IAC Building, 555 West 18th Street
New Women’s Activity Artists Party New Architectonics administrator Lisa Phillips throws a activity with Dao-Yi Chow, Maxwell Osborne and Stefano Tonchi. Mia Moretti will DJ.
Time: 10:30 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: Bounce Place, 6 St. John’s Lane.
Wednesday, May 4
“Pablo Atchugarry: Invocations of the Soul” at Hollis Taggart Galleries The largest-ever US analysis of assignment by Uruguayan sculptor Pablo Atchugarry features twenty-five of the artist’s freestanding brownish and marble sculptures. Hollis Taggart Galleries celebrates the aperture with a clandestine arcade bout and banquet (May 5–June 11).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 521 West 26th Street
The Cultivist One Year Ceremony Activity at the Church Artery Boxing GymFounded one year ago, art-world babysitter account Cultivist celebrates its altogether by accepting Mickalene Thomas, Shinique Smith, Hank Willis Thomas, Sanford Biggers, and others to face off in an ballsy balladry showdown. Franklin Sirmans, administrator of the Pérez Art Architectonics Miami, and Mike Kelley Foundation best artisan Eduardo Sarabia will judge.
Time: 7:15 p.m.Price: Members onlyAddress: 25 Park Place
“Amy Sedaris Presents When the Art Comes Down: Works from the Super 8 Collection”As North America’s Super 8 hotels abide a aloft modernization, hundreds of bags of “not-so-super” works of art are accepting replaced, some afterwards decades decorating the chain. But afore those pieces are put out to pasture, extra and columnist Amy Sedaris is giving you the adventitious to booty home one of about 100 of the all-embracing paintings for yourself, chargeless of charge.
Time: 7:30 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: Openhouse Gallery, 168 Bowery at Kenmare Street
Petra Collins at TikiTabu New York-based artisan Misha Kahn has created a special installation (on appearance through September) to mark the alpha of the summer division for the Tiki Tabu rooftop bar. Achievement art admired Petra Collins will do a appropriate bartending gig amidst Kahn’s billowing bedrock lamps, close wallpaper, checkered floors, and added alien accoutrements.
Time: 8:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 190 Allen Street
Lindsey Adelman: 10 Years of Flat After-Party at the Jane HotelFollowing the aperture day of the Collective Architectonics Fair, Lindsey Adeleman throws a activity at the Jane Auberge adulatory the 10th ceremony of her studio.
Time: 9:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 113 Jane Street
Thursday, May 5
Emilio Chapela, “The Amplitude Around“ For the fourth beeline year, Auberge Americano celebrates Frieze Ceremony with an art installation, this time a multi-media presentation by Emilio Chapela. His film The Expanding Universe was attempt over the advance of the absolute year at Eero Saarinen’s Bell Labs architectonics in Holmdel, New Jersey, and reflects the casual of the seasons (May 3–8).
For the occasion, Chapela has adapted the hotel’s bar into a amphitheater aggressive by the aesthetics of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Amplitude Odyssey. The aperture will be apparent with a cocktail party; the evening will additionally bang off with a Cinco de Mayo acknowledgment to Assouline’s new book Frida Kahlo: Fashion as the Art of Being at La Piscine, the hotel’s rooftop restaurant.
Time: Book launch, 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.; Cocktail party, 9:00 p.m.–2:00 a.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 518 West 27th Street
“Attitude: Portraits by Mary Ellen Mark, 1964–2015” at Howard Greenberg Arcade About 40 images by the great photographer Mary Ellen Mark will be on appearance at Howard Greenberg Gallery. Mark’s subjects included anybody from prostitutes and their customers on the streets of Bombay to abandoned and afflicted adolescence in Seattle and attendees of the Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio (May 5–June 18).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406
Chris Martin at studio rondinone For the aboriginal time, artisan Ugo Rondinone welcomes the accessible to his studio, a former Baptist Church congenital in 1880, for a appearance of seven awe-inspiring new paintings by Chris Martin, presented by Anton Kern Arcade and David Kordansky Arcade (May 4–8).
“Fearlessly experimenting with abstracts like paint, glitter, and collage, and authoritative angelic references to nature, bedrock and roll, and artery art, Martin’s pictures action acoustic adventures of mystical acumen abiding in the actuality and now,” addendum the exhibition description.
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: Free with RSVPAddress: 2050 Fifth Avenue, between West 126th and West 127th Streets
“Richard Tuttle: 26″ at Pace Pace pays accolade to Richard Tuttle‘s 50-year career, analytical the artisan as artefact of postwar New York and spotlighting his ample access on the burghal and the beyond all-embracing art arena (May 6–June 11). Following the opening, the arcade will host a clandestine banquet at the Top of the Standard to bless the Tuttle appearance and the gallery’s concurrent James Turrell exhibition (May 5–June 17).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 510 West 25th Street
“Nira Pereg: Ishmael” presented by Braverman Arcade at On Stellar RaysTel Aviv’s Braverman Arcade hosts its aboriginal appearance in New York, featuring ISHMAEL, a new four-channel video accession by Israeli video artisan Nira Pereg. The blur abstracts the circadian airy and bureaucratic rituals at the West Bank’s Cave of the Patriarchs, a angelic amplitude to both the Jewish and Islamic faiths that has been physically disconnected amidst the two religions to serve as both abbey and synagogue(May 5–June 8, 2016).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 213 Bowery
“Andrea Branzi: Interiors” and “Adam Silverman: Arena Control” at Friedman Benda Gallery A brace of abandoned exhibitions advertise the befuddled ceramics of Adam Silverman and Italian artisan and artisan Andrea Branzi‘s new “Plank” series, of abandoned cabinets crafted from raw copse and aluminum and active with aerosol acrylic (May 5–June 11).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 515 West 26th Street
“Motohiko Odani: Depth of the Body” at Albertz Benda Arcade Japan’s Motohiko Odani brings his circuitous mixed-media works, crafted from beatnik materials, to New York for his aboriginal gallery show alfresco Asia. The exhibition is aggressive in allotment by the 2011 Fukushima disaster, and includes sculptural and video installations (May 5–June 18).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 515 West 26th Street
“Re(Master)ed” at Martin Lawrence GalleryPablo Picasso is commutual with Brazilian mixed-media artisan Vik Muniz, who created his own adaptation of Picasso’s Guernica in a photograph of black-and-white addle pieces (May 6–May 20).
Time: VIP aperture 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 457 West Broadway, amidst Prince Artery and West Houston Street
“Cindy Sherman” at Metro Pictures Although Metro Pictures is reopening its adapted arcade amplitude on 24th Artery with Cindy Sherman‘s aboriginal new photography alternation in four years, the aperture will be a quiet affair, captivated after alarum during accustomed business hours. (A analysis of her assignment active July 11–October 2 will be the aboriginal acting exhibition at the new Broad Architectonics in Los Angeles.)
Sherman has fatigued afflatus from 1920s Hollywood publicity photos, application agenda technology to actualize ancient film-set backdrops afore which she herself poses in the guise of an crumbling blur brilliant (May 5–June 11).
Time: 1:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 519 West 24th Street
“Tracey Emin: Bean Love” at Lehmann Maupin Tracey Emin‘s active bounce continues, with a appearance of new works including paintings, brownish sculptures, neon, embroidery, and works on paper. The exhibition appellation is aggressive by the backward bedrock brilliant David Bowie’s song “Soul Love” and, of course, the artist’s now-infamous “marriage” to a bean (May 5–June 18).
Time: 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 536 West 22nd Street
“César in Context” at Luxembourg & Dayan Luxembourg & Dayan takes a attending at the assignment of French artisan César, accepted for his captivation in the Nouveau Réalisme movement. The appearance highlights the artist’s “lifelong affection for analysis with an ever-expanding armory of abstracts and techniques” (May 5–July 2).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 64 East 77th Street
“Beatrice Scaccia: Call the Bluff” at Cara Arcade Brooklyn-based Italian artist Beatrice Scaccia branches out from drawing, animation, and accession with a new anatomy of ample canvas paintings. Her affecting allegorical assignment “constantly questions existence, with its sorrows and circadian absurdities” through depictions of aloof abstracts with blocked faces, the exhibition description addendum (May 5–June 11).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 508 West 24th Street
“The Exchange Edition II presented by Surface Phillips” at Phillips New YorkArtists Hank Willis Thomas and Sanford Biggers babble with retired Brooklyn Architectonics administrator Arnold Lehman, now chief adviser to Phillips, in this talk, organized by the bargain abode and Surface magazine. Guests will adore activity afore the panel, chastened by the publication’s editor-in-chief, Spencer Bailey, begins.
Time: Cocktails at 6:00 p.m., allocution at 6:30 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 450 Park Avenue
Thursday, May 5–Sunday, May 8
Visionaire 65 FREE NYCFor its third set of chargeless art prints, Visionaire 65 has enlisted artists including Daniel Arsham, John Baldessari, Milton Glaser, Glenn Ligon, Christian Marclay, Shirin Neshat, Yoko Ono, and Ugo Rondinone to accord posters. The giveaway, which will booty abode in Times Square, follows agnate contest captivated in Miami and Los Angeles, timed to Art Basel and the Oscars.
In accession to the capital administration point, a barter will biking the burghal throughout the weekend. Friday it will be at Union Aboveboard West amidst 15th and 16th Streets; Saturday, it will be at West 14th Artery amidst Washington and 10th Avenue; and Sunday, it will be on Lafayette Artery amidst Bounce and Broome Streets.
Time: 11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: Times Aboveboard Kiosk on Broadway amidst West 43rd and West 44th Artery additional circadian barter locations
Friday, May 6
“Roberto Burle Marx: Brazilian Modernist” at the Jewish Architectonics Acclaimed modernist mural artist Roberto Burle Marx “revolutionized garden architectonics by application absorption and admirable bright sweeps of bounded vegetation, abandoning agreement and abnegation alien flora and European models,” according to the Jewish Museum. Nearly 140 examples of Burle Marx’s avant-garde assignment in painting, sculpture, amphitheater design, textiles, jewelry, and, of course, mural architectonics will be accompanied by accompanying artwork by seven a Latin American artists (May 6–September 18).
Time: 11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: $15Address: 1109 5th Avenue
“Richard Serra: NJ-1” and “Richard Serra: Aloft Below Betwixt Between, Every Which Way, Silence (For John Cage), Through“at Gagosian Arcade Bolt four new all-embracing animate sculptures and an accession cartoon by Richard Serra, breach between Gagosian‘s two Chelsea locations. It’s the artist’s 30th exhibition with the arcade (May 7–July 29).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 522 West 21st Artery and 555 West 24th Street
“Antony Gormley: Construct” at Sean Kelly Arcade Kelly presents a new alternation by British sculptor Antony Gormley. The artist expands on his “BEAMERS” series, which takes an architectural access to the body. The new animate “Big Beamers” works, apparent actuality for the aboriginal time, counterbalance eight bags apiece. They will be commutual with added works, including Bridge (1985), one of the earliest examples of Gormley‘s sculptural explorations of the animal anatomy (May 7–June 18).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 475 Tenth Avenue
“Eva Kot’átková: a mouse’s home is the snake’s body” at Maccarone Eva Kot’átková has her aboriginal New York arcade show, featuring new assignment created through art workshops she runs with adolescent patients at the main psychiatric hospital in her built-in Prague (May 3–June 18).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 630 Greenwich Street
“We Are What We Eat” at the United NationsThis accumulation appearance featuring assignment in a array of media by Liu Bolin, Edward Burtynsky, Jim Draper, Pepe Lopez, and Vik Muniz addresses accent of bistro advantageous and sustainably-grown food. Highlights will accommodate Bolin’s buried photographs, in which he employs photo-realistic anatomy painting on his subjects, to accomplish them alloy into their surroundings, and Muniz’s photos of the garbage pickers of São Paulo (April 28–June 12).
Time: Opening reception, 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: Free with RSVPAddress: 405 East 42nd Street
Noel Grunwaldt Richard Prince Ball Activity at Highline BallroomRichard Prince‘s ceremony Frieze Ceremony ball party, which he co-hosts with his wife, artisan Noel Grunwaldt, will affection a achievement by genre-bending artisan and DJ collective Thievery Corporation, whose 1998 distinct “Lebanese Blonde” featured memorably on the soundtrack to Zach Braff’s 2004 film Garden State.
Time: 7:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 431 West 16th Street
On Curating 2: Paradigm Shifts, a Chat at Americas SocietyFor her new book, columnist Carolee Thea interviewed international curators, demography a all-around attending at the art world’s advancing biennial scene. At the Americas Society, she will allocution about her findings with artisan Tania Bruguera, Steven Henry Madoff of New York’s School of Visual Arts, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum senior Asian art babysitter Alexandra Munroe, and Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi, babysitter of Dartmouth College’s Hood Architectonics in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Time: 7:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 680 Park Avenue
ArtTable‘s 23rd Ceremony Account and Award Ceremony Honoring Marieluise HesselAt its ceremony account luncheon, ArtTable ceremoniousness beneficiary and philanthropist Marieluise Hessel with its Distinguished Account to the Visual Arts Award; Guggenheim UBS MAP babysitter Sara Raza will accept the 2016 New Leadership Award.
Time: 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.Price: $425/$325 for membersAddress: 583 Park Avenue
Saturday, May 7
“Alicja Kwade: Rise Again, Changed but the Same” at 303 Arcade 303 Arcade debuts its new space, three years in the making, with a abandoned appearance by Polish-born sculptor Alicja Kwade. According to the exhibition description, Kwade’s “paravent” works “cut and aggravate amplitude in aggregate with sculptural components” (May 7–June 30).
Time: 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 555 West 21st Street
Duke Riley, Fly By Night at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Some 2,000 pigeons will brilliant in this Creative Time production, an aerial achievement allotment by Duke Riley. At dark on weekend evenings from May 7–June 12, Riley will absolution his army into the night sky, ceremony bird outfitted with a tiny LED abate bracelet. Flying through the afterglow gloom, the birds will actualize patterns adjoin the burghal skyline as they circle and bend aloft the East River afore Riley assault a whistle, calling them to return to their home aboard the Baylander, a decommissioned US aggressive barge berthed at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
The allotment draws heavily on New York history, referencing the abatement of the city’s once-lively association of rooftop pigeon keepers and the Navy Yard’s accomplished as the home of the country’s better argosy agile of pigeon carriers.
Time: 7:00 p.m.Price: Chargeless with reservationAddress: Sands Artery Gate at Navy Street
“New Voices: A DSL Accumulating Story” at Klein Sun Arcade As the arcade celebrates the aperture of “New Voices,” a accumulation appearance featuring Chen Wei, Gao Lei, Gao Weigang, Hou Yong, Hu Weiyi, Li Wei, Wang Yuyang, Wang Sishun, and Zhao Zhao, arcade buyer Eli Klein will advance a altercation blue-blooded “Collecting and Archiving: The Stories abaft Chinese A Art.” Sylvain Levy of dsl accumulating will allocution about his claimed relationships with the artists he collects, while Jane DeBevoise will explain her assignment documenting a Chinese ability for the Asia Art Archive (May 7–June 18).
Time: 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 525 West 22nd Street
Spencer Finch Book Signing and Artisan Allocution at James Cohan To bless the absolution of Spencer Finch: The Brain Is Wider Than the Sky, a new album spanning the artist’s career, Finch will be on duke to altercate his work, and how it is apprenticed by his advancing allure with ablaze and color.
Time: 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.Price: FreeAddress: 533 West 26 Street
Cocktails & Chat with Rashaad Newsome and Jasmine WahiOn the break of Rashaad Newsome’s exhibition at De Buck Gallery, “STOP PLAYING IN MY FACE!,” the artisan will allocution with Jasmine Wahi, co-director of Newark’s Gateway Activity Spaces, about interpretations of changeable agency. The afternoon will additionally affection a performance.
Time: 2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Price: Chargeless with RSVPAddress: 545 West 23rd Street
Ivan Argote, Strengthlessness, at the Standard Plaza This 30-foot long, 12-foot-tall accurate bronze by Ivan Argote, its acicular end coated in gold leaf, will make its US acceptance alfresco the Standard address of Galerie Perrotin. The installation, which the artisan envisions as a antic re-imagining of an Egyptian obelisk, is timed to the melancholia reopening of the Standard Plaza’s restaurant, which appearance a new card from chef Nina Clemente (May 7–Fall 2016).
Time: Opening reception, 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Price: Chargeless with RSVPAddress: 848 Washington at 13th Street, New York 10014
Giorgio Morandi Accessible Abode at the Centermost for Italian Modern Art Giorgio Morandi came of age as an artisan in the 1930s, but his works from that decade are now rarely seen. Some 40 paintings, etchings, and assets from that aeon by the Italian modernist, abounding of which accept not been apparent in the US in decades, are included in the exhibition, forth with works from both the alpha and the end of the acclaimed artist’s career (October 9,2015–June 25, 2016).
Time: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.Price: Chargeless with RSVPAddress: 421 Broome Street, 4th Floor
Dia:Beacon Bounce BenefitDia’s ceremony fundraiser affords guests the befalling to analysis out the anew installed Dan Flavin galleries and t the US premiere of a all-embracing assignment by Walter de Maria. George Condo, George Economou, Jane Skinner Goodell, and Roger Goodell are confined as bright co-chairs.
Time: 11:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.Price: Tickets are currently awash outAddress: 3 Beekman Street, Beacon
Design Aural Reach NYC X Architectonics Kickoff PartyThe fourth year of NYC X Design, the city’s official citywide anniversary of design, gets its official alpha with a clandestine activity at the Design Aural Reach warehouse. The anniversary runs May 3–17 and appearance the talents of some of the city’s over 44,000 practicing designers.
Time: 5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 219 36th Street, Brooklyn 11232
“MAD and Pin-Up Magazine Present ‘SEEDING,’ a Day-Long Eco-Conference Exploring the Cross-Pollination of Ecology and Economy” at the Architectonics of Arts and DesignAlso allotment of NYC X Design, this eco-conference appearance appearances by architect Bjarke Ingels; James Wines artist of ecology arts and architectonics accumulation SITE; artisan aggregate Yemenwed; and extra Pamela Anderson, who will allocution with administrator Luke Gilford about her new film, Connected.
Time: 11:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.Price: $20 general/$15 associates and studentsAddress: 2 Columbus Circle
Sunday, May 8
“Jonathan Horowitz: Occupy Greenwich” at the Brant Foundation Billionaire collector Peter Brant presents Jonathan Horowitz‘s politically answerable “Occupy Greenwich,” featuring assignment fabricated during the Obama presidency. With the acclamation division in abounding swing, the appearance promises to action a abrupt adverse to the Brant Foundation’s opulent surroundings—which accommodate abundant polo fields—in affluent Greenwich (May 8–October 2016).
Time: Opening reception, 12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Price: Invitation onlyAddress: 941 North Street, Greenwich, Connecticut
Storefront 2016 Bounce Benefit: BEYOND BORDERSThe Storefront for Art and Architectonics is demography over one of New York’s iconic spaces for one night only: The TWA terminal at JFK Airport. The evening, which ceremoniousness columnist Ezra Stoller and artisan and activist Teddy Cruz, will affection a bashful art bargain and assorted performances. This is the aftermost accessible accident to be captivated at the Eero Saarinen-designed terminal, abandoned aback 2001, afore it is redeveloped as a hotel.
Time: General admission, 7:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m.; after-party 9:30 p.m.–12:00 a.m.Price: Main accident $45, after-party $75Address: Terminal 5, John F. Kennedy All-embracing Airport
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