CINGA SAMSON: AMADODA AKAFANI, AFANA NGEENTSHEBE ZODWA (MEN ARE DIFFERENT THOUGH THEY LOOK ALIKE) — at Perrotin

“I want the work to make you feel like you’re intruding. I want the painting to own the space you stand in, the space you occupy when you look at it. I want it, the painting, to be aware of your presence, inasmuch as it is aware of itself. The painting is not for you. The painting is for itself.” — Cinga Samson

On view until April 11

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Uri Aran: House — at Gavin Brown

Uri Aran has called his new show at GBE House, seeming initially to turn the gallery itself into an allegory for a domestic space. But this literal transposition does not track.

On view until April 5

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Nigel Cooke: New Paintings — at Pace Gallery

“… What I end up with is not strictly a figure but a matrix of lines that come in and out of a description of human forms, but that also slips into animal, plant, and landscape intonations…”
— Nigel Cooke, 2020

On view until February 29

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Doug Wheeler — at David Zwirner

On view at the gallery will be an installation by the artist that further expands on his earliest investigations of the possibilities of luminous space.

On view until March 21

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Hannah Levy: Pendulous Picnic — at Casey Kaplan Gallery

All of the works in the show conflate flesh and steel, encapsulating the bodily integration of the once external machine. With a keen material sensibility, Levy’s sculptures reflect the internalization of our built and bought environments.

On view until February 29

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Yun Hyong-keun — at David Zwirner

“Nature, however you look at it, is always unadorned, fresh, and beautiful. I wonder if my paintings could capture the beauty of nature. No, it would be impossible. Even so, I want to make paintings that, like nature, one never tires of looking at…” — Yun Hyong-keun

On view until March 7

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The Red Bean Grows in the South — at Faurschou Foundation

Faurschou New York debuts with “The Red Bean Grows in the South,” a show featuring 17 mostly blue-chip artworks by the likes of Louise Bourgeois, Robert Rauschenberg, Anselm Kiefer, Paul McCarthy and Tracey Emin.

On view until April 11

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