Closing This Week
In New York …
On Saturday, April 11th, “Fifteen x Fifteen” closes at Bill Hodges Gallery; “Palermo: Works 1973–1976” closes at David Zwirner; “Blinky Palermo: Prints” closes at Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art; “Descendants” closes at Anna Zorina Gallery; “Survey of Contemporary Japanese Art” closes at Dillon Gallery; “Richard Butler “naturalhistory” closes at Freight + Volume; “Hadieh Shafie: Surfaced” closes at Leila Heller Gallery; “Doug Keyes: PORTRAIT” closes at Klompching Gallery; “Second Nature” closes at Mixed Greens; “Chinese Art from The Scholar’s Studio” closes at J.J. Lally & Co.; “Jian-Jun Zhang: Water, Ink, China” closes at Pace Prints; “Xavier Veilhan: Music” closes at Galerie Perrotin; “The Chanteuse and a Loaded Gun” and “Snowbird” close at Kenise Barnes Fine Art; “Taking in the Obscenery” closes at Heather Gaudio Fine Art.
On Saturday, April 11th, “Evan Roth: Voices over the Horizon” closes at Carroll/Fletcher; “The Box: Shezad Dawood” and “Tania Kovats: Watermark” close at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery; “Lauren Elder: Blue Pacific” closes at ROD BARTON.
On Sunday, April 12th, “We Could be Heroes” closes at The Photographers’ Gallery; “Pixel Pancho: Memory Of Our Life” and “David Bray: Wrong Turn” close at StolenSpace Gallery; Christian Marclay closes at White Cube; Peder Balke closes at The National Gallery, London.
In Los Angeles …
On Saturday, April 11th, “Transformation” closes at De Re Gallery; “Glitterland // Thirst // Fortress L.A.” closes at KP Projects/ MKG; “Paper Cut” closes at Subliminal Projects; “Networks” closes at Moskowitz Gallery; “Serenade” closes at Klowden Mann; John Currin closes at Gagosian Gallery; “Tony Beauvy: New Paintings” and “David Kapp: New Work” close at Ruth Bachofner Gallery; “Jimi Gleason: Silver Light” and “Casper Brindle: Chroma” close at William Turner Gallery
In Miami …
On Saturday, April 11th, “Harm van den Dorpel: Ambiguity points to the mystery of all revealing” closes at Neumeister Bar-Am.
In Milan …
This morning in Brooklyn, Fort Greene Park’s Prison Ship Martyrs Monument received an update, when two New York artists affixed an unauthorized four-foot-high bust of Edward Snowden and accompanying name plate to the Revolutionary War monument. The bust, which took a collaborating LA-based sculptor six months and several thousand of the artists’ dollars to complete, can be removed without damaging the monument. However, the artists—who staged the sculptural intervention to draw parallels between the U.S.’s fight to establish the fourth amendment and Snowden’s attempts to uphold it—are prepared to make more Snowden busts. (via ANIMAL)
Richard Phillips—whose pop culture-based portraits have hung in MoMA, the Whitney, and the Tate Modern—has been chosen to join Dallas Contemporary’s board of directors, embodying the museum’s aim to put artists first by seeking collaborators outside of Dallas. (via Artforum)
As part of a total of $300,000 that the Leonore Annenberg Foundation Fellowship Fund for the Performing and Visual Arts has awarded to five emerging artists across a variety of disciplines, artist Caitlin Cherry—who had a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in 2013—will receive a one-year grant of $50,000. This round of gifts brings the Fund’s paid or promised grants to over $5 million over the past eight years. (via the New York Times)
Best of Instagram
Via @mfaboston: “What does national identity mean to you? See how a selection of contemporary artists interpret the topic in our exhibition ‘National Pride (and Prejudice)’ through Sunday, April 12. Pictured: Detail of ‘Guernica to Wounded Knee,’ 2012, by Stan Natchez”
“Seeing a Cash Cow in Museums’ Precious Art” (via the New York Times)
“Alain Seban says adieu to Beaubourg, but will his global vision be realised by his successor?” (via The Art Newspaper)
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