Week of Wonders

Gagosian Gallery

“In the Studio: Paintings” Exhibition

The subject of the artist’s studio in works of art is a very large one with a long history: The spaces where art is made, and the means by which it is made in that space, have proved fascinating to both its creators and its viewers. The aim of this pair of exhibitions is to explore important themes in the development of the subject within these two mediums.

Through April 18, 2015

Gagosian Gallery
522 W 21st St
NY, NY

Gladstone Gallery
Victor Man Exhibition

The exhibition will include several works from Man’s series, “The Chandler,” presented for the first time in the United States, as well as other recent works. A catalogue with a narrative by Torsten Slama will be published in conjunction with the exhibition.

Through April 18, 2015

Gladstone Gallery 
515 W 24th St
NY, NY

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Pavel Zoubok Gallery

Raven Schlossberg “DAYTRIPPIN’ NIGHTSKIPPIN”

Compressing implied narratives into storyboarded picture planes, Schlossberg stages a surreal, sexual wilderness inhabited by roving girl gangs armed and empowered by their hyper-feminine attributes.

Through March 14, 2015

Pavel Zoubok Gallery

Ryan Lee

Mariam Ghani “Like Water from a Stone”

On view is the video of the same title, originally commissioned for the Rogaland Kunstsenter in Norway, and a series of photographs produced alongside the video, as well as a series of prints based on the artist’s book Afghanistan: A Lexicon.

Through April 4, 2015 

Ryan Lee
515 W 26th St
NY, NY

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The New Museum of Contemporary Art

“2015 Triennial: Surround Audience” Exhibition

A signature program of the New Museum, the Triennial is the only recurring international exhibition in New York City devoted to early-career artists from around the world. It provides an important platform for an emergent generation of artists that is shaping the discourse of contemporary art.

Through May 24, 2015

The New Museum of Contemporary Art
235 Bowery, New York
NY, NY


Howard Greenberg Gallery

Ken Schles “Night Walk / Invisible City 1983-1989”

A gritty and penetrating portrayal of New York’s Lower East Side in the 1980s. The exhibition of 40 black and white photographs coincides with the publication of a new Steidl monograph, Night Walk (2014), a companion to Schles’s underground cult classic Invisible City (1988).

Through March 14, 2015 


Howard Greenberg Gallery
41 E 57th St
NY, NY

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Steven Kasher Gallery

“Pheromone Hotbox” Exhibition

The exhibition showcases the work of five young women photographers: Aneta Bartos, Amanda Charchian, Shae Detar, Olivia Locher, and Marianna Rothen. Each artist will be represented by approximately ten photographs from their recent work, all of the images portraying women.

Through Feb 28, 2015

Steven Kasher Gallery
515 W 26th St
NY, NY

sepiaEYE

Angelika Sher “Disturbing Beauty”

Drawing the viewer into a spellbound theatre of inner narratives and overlapping cultural memories, the images of Angelika Sher reveal a hypnotic yet profoundly dislocated interior universe. A sense of loss and disquieting beauty, restless, fugitive, and saturated with color permeates these images.

Through February 21, 2015

sepiaEYE
547 West 27th St
NY, NY