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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Michael Zahn: TINY THEME PARK at Franz Kaka, Toronto, Canada

“High above the trees in the dark, taking in the life of the forest at night, but also knowing that you’re responsible to sound the alarm if fire appears, but that it likely won’t, but still, it could.”

On view until February 20
Temporarily closed

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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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Elene Chantladze at Modern Art

Elene Chantladze’s exhibition at Modern Art includes a selection of both new and earlier work, showing her breadth of painterly technique and, material, exploration.

Temporarily closed

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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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Rebecca Ackroyd: 100mph at Peres Projects

100mph sensitively reflects on themes of sexuality, narratives of progress, our built environments, and the subconscious mind.

On view until 5 March
Appointment required

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Sarah Lucas Hurricane Doris at CONTEMPORARY FINE ARTS

The exhibition gathers Lucas’ new and older sculptures which tirelessly challenge gender stereotypes and confront the viewer with investigations of sexuality and identity in a playful and ironic way.

On view until 13 March
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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Shannon Cartier Lucy: Fooled again — at Hussenot, Paris

Lucy’s paintings are loquacious despite seeming unassuming. They thrust us towards the edge of a precipice right where our inhibitions ends and our subconscious begins. Suddenly, we find ourselves in the entrails of a complex labyrinth where the walls are moving…

On view until 27 February

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