Giuseppe Penone at Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

The exhibition features a series of canvas works titled Leaves of Grass (2013) which are being shown for the first time, alongside individual sculptures made concurrently (2014-2015), and a series of drawings (2014).

On view until April 17
Appointment required

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Stewart Uoo: used at 47 Canal, New York

What, the artist wonders, determines when something feels over? More importantly, what makes a person—someone like himself, for example—happy, now?

On view until March 27
Appointment encouraged

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Gordon Parks: Half and the Whole at Jack Shainman Gallery

This two-part exhibition featuring photographs that span from 1942–1970, demonstrates the continued influence and impact of Parks’s images, which remain as relevant today as they were at the time of their making.

On view until February 20
Appointment encouraged

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Gerald Lovell: all that I have — at P.P.O.W

“Is there a space of free expression for Black portrait painters and their subjects? A place where they are free from the concerns and canons of Western painting? A space where there are no heroes, protestors or reasons to justify presence?…” — Antwuan Sargent

On view until February 20
Appointment encouraged

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Winter of Discontent — at 303 Gallery, NEW YORK

Drawing parallels to Steinbeck’s last novel, The Winter of Our Discontent, as well as Shakespeare’s eponymous verse from Richard III, “Now is the winter of our discontent / Made glorious summer by this sun of York,” the exhibition alludes to our present as a profoundly urgent moment for reflection and sowing the seeds of change.

On view until April 1
Appointment encouraged

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Becky Kolsrud: Elegies — at JTT, NEW YORK

These newest works look to the abstraction of Georgia O’Keeffe, the interiority of Félix Vallotton, the austere poetry of H.D., and the collective isolation and reflection on mortality brought by the global pandemic.

On view until March 13
Appointment required

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Naoki Sutter-Shudo: Don pur de la nature at Bodega

“This show is composed of sticks and a video.
Sticks are foraged branches, from near my studio.
They are Nature’s pure gift, they’re products of the Sun.
They grew to their zenith, then fell, one by one.” — Sutter-Shudo

On view until March 13

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Eddie Martinez: Inside Thoughts at Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Martinez’s latest group of paintings, many executed during the lockdown of 2020, are works in which he practically takes stock of all he has thus far achieved in his art.

On view until February 27
Appointment required

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MULTIPLES, INC. 1965-1992 at Marian Goodman

The exhibition gathers for the first time a selection of over 150 editions published by Multiples, Inc. in collaboration with over 70 artists.

On view until February 27
Appointment required

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PURE FORM at David Zwirner

An exhibition that explores the formal qualities of abstraction

On view until February 20
Appointment required

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Reggie Burrows Hodges at Karma

Hodges creates paintings centered on the human form, imbuing his subjects with the mystery and significance of remembered scenes or recollected stories.

On view until March 14

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Jamian Juliano-Villani: Mrs. Evan Williams at JTT

Throughout this exhibition, and across Juliano-Villani’ collective body of work, is the implication that concern for sense, conclusion, and decorum can be shuffled off in the service of an idiosyncratic expression of uninhibited thought, memory and impulse.

On view until January 23, 2021

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