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5 Must-See Gallery Shows:

Kristen Schiele at Lu Magnus Gallery, through October 12 (55 Hester Street)

“It feels as modular and free as I can make it — lots of details, color, and textures,” says Kristen Schiele of the paintings, collages, and wall sculptures in her latest exhibition, “Spirit Girls.” Schiele — who recently gave birth to a baby girl — has created these works as a thought experiment, projecting the sort of environments her daughter might inhabit and encounter as she becomes a young adult. Overall, it’s a massive development of what the artist terms her “lo-fi punk vernacular,” with layered elements (silkscreen, airbrush, acrylic, oil, stamped pigment) combining to create vibrantly intricate vignettes. READ ON...

Rebecca Warren at Matthew Marks Gallery, through October 25 (523 West 24th Street)

These painted-bronze sculptures elicit a strange mix of emotions, their phallic, distended Giacometti forms plumped with unexpected breasts and ornamented with pompoms. They’re both silly and noble, as are the hulking bronze rocks — lumpy and pattern-adorned — sitting on wheeled dollies. Warren mixes things up with a few more Minimalist pieces, like “You Are Quiet, I Will Be Too,” a steel, paper, and pompom wall sculpture that’s like an indecipherable sentence spelled out as a shelf.

Jason Rhoades at Zwirner Gallery, through October 18 (537 West 20th Street)

It seems like just yesterday that the Zwirner mini-empire invited a certain 20-something market darling to build a factory in one of their galleries, cranking out sugary candies along with a pervasive bad attitude. READ ON….

Fred Wilson at Pace Gallery, through October 18 (534 West 25th Street)

This array of conceptual work from 2004 through 2014 is punchy and pared-down, juggling a limited visual iconography (the design elements of African nations’ flags; bulbous blown-glass tear drops that appear to rain down the wall) and an almost entirely black-and-white tonal palette. “The Mete of the Muse,” 2006, pairs an “African” statue with a “European” one, mixing two very different visions of femininity, sexuality, and grace. 

Philippe Weisbecker at Zieher Smith & Horton, through October 4 (516 West 20th Street)

This show of intimate drawings, paintings, and sculptures at the newly rebranded gallery is full of tiny revelations. Scott Zieher, who met the French artist about a decade ago, describes Weisbecher’s complex appeal: He’s “deeply aware of Minimalism,” yet the work also has “the naivete of the opposite end of the emotional and conceptual spectrum in its vernacular, outsider feel.” 



Close up of Anne Wilson rehearsal. Wilson and her team are working on her performance piece that will be in Thread Lines, Sept 19-Dec 14. Opening reception is this Thursday, 6-8pm.

Articulating Space: The Architecture of the Sao Paulo Biennial 


Bharti Kher’s “I’ve Seen an Elephant Fly,” 2002

Sneak Peek: What to Expect at the Biennale des Antiquaires

The Biennale des Antiquaires will open its doors to VIP collectors on Wednesday, Sep 10, and to the general public the following day, with a treasure-trove of rare antiques, tribal artworks, silver, porcelains, design furniture, and a range of artworks that represent the best in their respective categories.

Housed under the elegant glass roof of the Grand Palais, the XVII Biennale promises visitors the best of everything – a Versailles Garden-themed scenography by French interior designer Jacques Grange complete with an olfactory fountain by Francis Kurkdjian aiming to plunge visitors into the heart of the 18th century with a “Bouquet de la Reine” fragrance; an exclusive gastronomic experience over all 11 days of the event, with a succession of chefs, one for each day, from well-known Relais & Chateaux restaurants; and of course, the most exclusive selection of antiques, objects d’art, and haute joaillerie in the world.


18 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York This September

Nick Cave at Jack Shainman Gallery (513 West 20th Street and 524 West 24th Street)

September 4-October 11

Justine Kurland at Mitchell-Innes & Nash (534 West 26th Street and 1018 Madison Avenue)

September 4-October 11

Johannes VanDerBeek at Zach Feuer Gallery (548 West 22nd Street)

September 4-October 4

Despina Stokou at Derek Eller Gallery (615 West 27th Street)

September 5-October 4

Adam Helms at Boesky East (20 Clinton Street)

September 7-October 5

Strauss Bourque-LaFrance at Rachel Uffner (170 Suffolk Street)

September 7-October 19

Darja Bajagic at Room East (41 Orchard Street)

September 7-October 5

Ian Tweedy at UNTITLED (30 Orchard Street)

September 7-October 19

“Satan Ceramics” at Salon 94 Freemans (1 Freeman Alley)

September 7-October 25

Derrick Adams at Tilton Gallery (8 East 76th Street)

September 10-October 18

Stephen Shore at 303 Gallery (507 West 24th Street)

September 11-November 1

Jim Shaw at Metro Pictures (519 West 24th Street)

September 12-October 25

“Broadway Morey Boogie,” on the Broadway Mall (Columbus Circle to West 166th Street)

Opening September 17

“Fire!” at Venus Over Manhattan (980 Madison Avenue, 3rd Floor)

September 18-November 1

“Cast From Life” at Skarstedt (20 East 79th Street)

September 18-October 25

Orly Genger and James Siena at Sargent’s Daughters (179 East Broadway)

September 19-October 19

“Thread Lines” at the Drawing Center (35 Wooster Street)

September 19-December 14

Andy Coolquitt at Lisa Cooley (107 Norfolk Street)

Opens September 7

"Plastic Perfect" at Leila Heller Gallery 

A Maurice Sendak retrospective opens at Animazing Fine Art

Jean-Michel Basquiat, “Untitled,” 1981 (detail)

Photographer David Benjamin Sherry lights up the desert with cosmic colors.

Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron release plans for the 2012 Serpentine Pavilion in London!

Anish Kapoor at Gladstone Gallery, via artruby

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