On View

‘The Perfect Show’ at 303, ‘Out of the Blue’ at Bortolami, ‘Problem Play’ at Leo Koenig, Thornton Dial: ‘Viewpoint of the Foundry Man’ at Andrew Edlin

Installation view of 'Out of the Blue.' (Courtesy Bortolami)

“The Perfect Show”
303 Gallery
Through Dec. 21

Visiting Chelsea is hard work in winter. Frigid gusts whip off the Hudson and turn the former industrial neighborhood’s wide streets into punishing wind tunnels. But a month after the river overflowed, flooding galleries and destroying art, a complaint like that feels inconsequential. Galleries have made repairs and reopened, and a few are offering shows informed in intriguing ways by recent events. Call them the After Sandys. Read More


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THURSDAY | Opening: Jim Marshall, "The Rolling Stones and Beyond," at Steven Kasher Gallery


Opening: “Home Again, Again,” at the Journal Gallery
Judging by the eight artists presenting work here, this summer group show seems likely to offer a pretty good prècis of some of the most exciting things happening among youngish artists right now in New York. Here’s the full list: Darren Bader, Chris Martin, Sam Moyer, Davina Semo, Ryan Sullivan, Raphael Taylor, Jeffrey Tranchell and Ned Vena. It’s worth the trip just to see what Mr. Bader pulls out of his hat. He recently presented a self-explanatory work in Norway called Person sitting in passenger seat of a car. —Andrew Russeth Read More