Opening Tonight in New York

Don’t leave home without our street-by-street guide to the exhibitions opening tonight in Chelsea, downtown, uptown, and Brooklyn.


20th Street

David Shrigley opens at Anton Kern Gallery

Artists of the WPA” opens at Bill Hodges

Rebecca Salter: first light” opens at Howard Scott Gallery

Elena del Rivero: Letters from Home” opens at Josée Bienvenu Gallery

“Tiffany Chung: finding one’s shadow in ruins and rubble” opens at Tyler Rollins Fine Art

22nd Street

Nick Mauss and Ken Okiishi: Poetry as not, with singing,” part of the Artist Web Projects Series, launches at Dia, 6:30 p.m.

23rd Street

Robert Baribeau: Connections” opens at Anna Zorina Gallery

24th Street

Mi Ju: Nest” opens at Freight + Volume

Nina Beier opens at Metro Pictures

Jeppe Hein: All We Need Is Inside” opens at 303 Gallery

25th Street

Bo Joseph: Hiding in Plain Sight” opens at Sears-Peyton Gallery

26th Street

“Stephanie Hier: Here’s the Catch” and “Ron Ewert, Greg Ito, Josh Reames: Time Flies Like a Banana” open at Johannes Vogt Gallery

“Todd Pavlisko: I Love You” opens at Robert Miller Gallery

27th Street

“Sarah Litvintseva: Evergreen” opens at AC Institute

“James Mollison: Playground” opens at Aperture Gallery


Maia Cruz Palileo: Guavas and Ferns” and “Whitney Bedford: Night and Day” open at Taymour Grahne

Thomas Schütte opens at Peter Freeman

The Drawing Center hosts receptions for its spring exhibitions “Portraits from the École des Beaux-Arts Paris,” “Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm,” “Abdelkader Benchamma: Representation of Dark Matter,” and “Open Sessions 3”

Malcolm Morley opens at Sperone Westwater

“so different, so appealing” opens at frosch&portmann

“Collapsing Scenery: Metaphysical Cops” opens at D & F Contemporary

“Katherine Daniels: Material Abstractions” opens at Station Independent Projects


Jessica Eaton: Custom Colour” opens at Higher Pictures

“Outdoor Visions” opens at National Academy Museum & School

Prospect Heights

Kehinde Wiley gives a multimedia talk on his exhibition “A New Republic” at the Brooklyn Museum, with a performance by DJ Spooky, 7 p.m.

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