Feature Image: David Wojnarowicz (1954–1992), Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water, 1986. On view at the Whitney Museum of American Art until 30th September 2018.
Until 02 September 2018
Henri Cartier-Bresson - 'The Decisive Moment'
International Center of Photography (ICP)
This exhibition examines Cartier-Bresson’s influential publication, widely considered to be one of the most important photobooks of the twentieth century. Pioneering for its emphasis on the photograph itself as a unique narrative form, The Decisive Moment was described by Robert Capa as “a Bible for photographers.”
Until 16 September 2018
Chain Soutine - 'Flesh'
This exhibition of more than 30 paintings by Chaim Soutine, the Expressionist known for his gestural and densely painted canvases, focuses on the artist's remarkable paintings depicting hanging fowl, beef carcasses, and rayfish, now considered among his greatest artistic achievements.
Until 30 September 2018
David Wojnarowicz - 'History Keeps Me Awake at Night'
Whitney Museum of American Art
Wojnarowicz, who was thirty-seven when he died from AIDS-related complications, wrote: “To make the private into something public is an action that has terrific ramifications.” Beginning in the late 1970s, David Wojnarowicz (1954–1992) created a body of work that spanned photography, painting, music, film, sculpture, writing, and activism.
Until 7 October 2018
'Obsession: Nudes by Klimt, Schiele & Picasso From the Scofield Thayer Collection'
Metropolitan Museum of Art / The Met Breuer
This exhibition presents a selection of some fifty works from The Met's Scofield Thayer Collection—a brilliant group of erotic and evocative watercolors, drawings, and prints by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, and Pablo Picasso, whose subjects, except for a handful, are nudes. The exhibition is the first time these works have been shown together, and provides a focused look at this important collection; it also marks the centenary of the deaths of Klimt and Schiele.
Until 14 October 2018
Diana Al-Hadid - 'The Delirious Matter'
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
The sculptural work of Diana Al-Hadid often refers to boundaries as a way to challenge preconceived notions of how one defines and experiences space. Drawing from an array of art-historical and scientific references, Al-Hadid’s work treads carefully between the imagined and the real, to address the tension between interior and exterior, belonging and alienation, the ruin and the yet-to-be-completed.
Until 21 October 2018
One Hand Clapping
The artists in this exhibition explore the ways in which globalization affects our understanding of the future. Their commissioned works represent a range of traditional and new mediums, from oil on canvas to virtual-reality software.
Until 4 November 2018
'The Long Run'
MOMA / The Museum of Modern Art
The Long Run provides an alternate view: by chronicling the continued experimentation of artists long after their breakthrough moments, it suggests that invention results from sustained critical thinking, persistent observation, and countless hours in the studio.
Artists include Lee Bontecou, Louise Bourgeois, Melvin Edwards, Gego, Philip Guston, David Hammons, Joan Jonas, Ellsworth Kelly, Helen Levitt, Joan Mitchell, Elizabeth Murray, Georgia O’Keeffe, Frank Stella, and many others
Until 18 December 2018
'Milton Resnick: Paintings 1937 - 1987'
The Milton Resnick & Pat Passlof Foundation
The opening exhibition of The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation will be a fifty-year retrospective survey, Milton Resnick Paintings 1937-1987. The exhibition, curated by Geoffrey Dorfman, traces the artist’s transition from his early, inventive Abstract Expressionist works, to the dense allover canvases of his maturity for which he is best known.