Week of Wonders

David Salle: New Paintings

Skarstedt Gallery

Salle’s Late Product Paintings bring this premise to a much fuller, performative, and masterful resolution. Exploring the intangible relationships between subjects, Salle’s images float in a fragmented world of poetic simultaneity. Speaking to William Powers in the catalogue’s text, Salle says of his use of collage, “I want the differences to show, but to somehow be resolved anyway. It's symphonic. Sometimes I like to think of myself as a kind of orchestrator.”

Through June 27, 2015

Skarstedt Gallery
20 E 79th Street
New York, 10075

Agnes Denes: The Living Pyramid

Socrates Sculpture Park

Socrates Sculpture Park is pleased to present the latest major project by New York City-based artist Agnes Denes, who adds life to the city’s skyline with a curving pyramid on the park’s East River waterfront in Long Island City, Queens. Titled The Living Pyramid, Denes’s new large-scale, site-specific earthwork spans 30 feet at its four-sided base and ascend 30 feet high, created from several tons of soil and planted grasses.

Through August 30, 2015

Socrates Sculpture Park
32-01 Vernon Boulevard
Long Island City, Queens 11106