Happenings: Recover from #ArmoryWeek with #WhiBi and #AsiaWeek

This week, we continue coverage of the Whitney Biennial and we feature Asia Week with the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s  “Ink Art” and other Asian art exhibitions.

Elsewhere on the walls, in New York, Maria Lassnig and Korakrit Arunanondchai exhibitions open at MoMA PS1; Robert Heinecken opens at MoMA; Jordan Wolfson opens at David Zwirner; Borna Sammak opens at JTT; Victoire de Castellane opens at Gagosian Gallery; and Asia Art Fair New York opens.

… in Los Angeles, Ed & Nancy Kienholz opens at L.A. Louver and Evan Nesbit opens at Roberts & Tilton.

… in London, Kwang Young Chun opens at Bernard Jacobson Gallery; Maria Nepomuceno, Stephen Willats, and Tal R open at Victoria Miro; Daphne Wright opens at Frith Street Gallery; and Ellen Gallagher and “Dieter Roth, Arnulf Rainer – Collaborations” opens at Hauser & Wirth.

… in Berlin, Lisa Lapinski and Annette Kelm open at Johann König; Charlie White opens at Loock Galerie; and Donald Judd and John Bock open at Sprüth Magers.

… and in Maastricht, TEFAF opens, a leading fair for art and antiques with 275 exhibitors from 20 countries.

In the news last week, the Sydney Biennale chairman stepped down in response to the artist-led boycott (The Art Newspaper); in Queens, federal agents seized looted artifacts from Southeast Asia (New York Times); a new study highlighted the gender gap in art museum directorships (AAMD); art critic Holland Cotter published his review of the Whitney Biennial (New York Times); and a Viking exhibition descended upon the British Museum (The Independent).

And, in case you missed it, we covered The Armory Show, ADAA: The Art Show, and Moving Image New York; released our collaboration with NOWNESS, a film on Armory Artist Xu Zhen; launched our Whitney Biennial feature with a selection of artists at the fair, curator interviews, a guide, and related editorial content; and Francesca Gavin shared the latest wave of curatorial projects at art fairs.