Lydia Gifford: Shape I know, at Galería Alegría, Barcelona

Poetic in their realisation, the selection of works presented is not only an introduction to Lydia Gifford’s art, but it is also a great opportunity to gauge the health of contemporary painting practice.

On view until February 27
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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Tam Ochiai: Tapetum Lucidum at Maison Hermes Le Forum, Tokyo

In each of Tam Ochiai works, multiple time periods and fluid thoughts come and go, which can be described as the gestures of an artist who is in the process of forming and dismantling a concept, and then connecting it to the next thought.

On view until 11 April

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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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Michael Armitage: Paradise Edict at Haus der Kunst, Munich

With Paradise Edict Michael Armitage, who will be awarded the renowned Ruth Baumgarte Art Award in the fall, celebrates his first major presentation in a museum setting and his first show in Germany.

On view until 14 February
Temporarily closed

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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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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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