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8 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before June 22

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SATURDAY | Screenings: Joseph Cornell at Anthology Film Archives

MONDAY, JUNE 16

Lecture: Frances Stark on Robert Ryman at Dia:Chelsea
This is one intriguing pairing. Los Angeles’ great Frances Stark will discuss the work of Robert Ryman as part of Dia’s Artists on Artists lecture series. I would recommend buying your ticket ahead of time so you’re not waiting awkwardly in the standby line as your friends and enemies are lounging inside sipping beers from Brooklyn Brewery. It’s not a good feeling. —Andrew Russeth Read More

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7 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before June 13

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TUESDAY | Openings: A Fresh Batch of Shows at White Columns

TUESDAY, JUNE 10

Openings: A Fresh Batch of Shows at White Columns
White Columns comes out swinging with no less than five new exhibitions, with Patrick Berran, Ray Hamilton, Daniel Heidkamp, Jennifer Nichols and ALBUM (organized by Primary Information). A fresh lineup. (Work from ALBUM—a zine by artists Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen—is pictured.) —Andrew Russeth Read More

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9 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before June 9

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TUESDAY | Opening: Ruba Katrib vs. Elaine Lustig Cohen & Heman Chong: Correspondence(s) at P!

TUESDAY, JUNE 3

Opening: Ruba Katrib vs. “Elaine Lustig Cohen & Heman Chong: Correspondence(s)” at P!
Authorship takes the form of a chain letter, or perhaps a delicious, ever-expanding Mobius strip, in P!’s latest project. Let’s begin at the beginning: Heman Chong picked out sturdy, elegant abstract paintings by Elaine Lustig Cohen (whose 1967 Centered Rhyme is pictured), then Ms. Lustig Cohen commissioned Mr. Chong to create new paintings from his “Cover Versions” series. Their show together has been hanging at the gallery since early May, and it is stunning. (Meanwhile, P! brought Ms. Lustig Cohen’s work to NADA New York.) Now SculptureCenter’s curator, Ruba Katrib, will rehang the show, keeping the curatorial flow going. Does it have to end? —Andrew Russeth Read More

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12 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before May 11

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WEDNESDAY | Opening: Assume Vivid Astro Focus, “Adderall Valium Arivan Focalin (Cantilevering Me)” at Suzanne Geiss

MONDAY, MAY 5

Opening: “Andrew Kuo: My Bad” at Half Gallery
The prolific Queens-born artist serves up a fresh show of paintings that look like a figurative departure from the hyper-geometric works he exhibited at Marlborough Chelsea, his gallery, last year. Can’t wait! —Zoë Lescaze
Half Gallery, 43 East 78th Street, New York, 6-8 p.m. Read More

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13 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before May 4

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FRIDAY | Opening: Tim Barber, “Relations” at Capricious 88

MONDAY, APRIL 28

Book Launch: index A to Z at Karma
Choice selections from index magazine (1996–2006) have been compiled into what is no doubt a rich and handsome volume by Rizzoli. The tome includes “interviews with founders Peter Halley and Bob Nickas, a reminiscence by Bruce LaBruce, and a historical overview by Wendy Vogel.” Sounds like this will be one nice celebration. —Andrew Russeth Read More

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10 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before April 20

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FRIDAY | Opening: “Marie Lorenz: The Valley of Dry Bones” at Jack Hanley Gallery

THURSDAY, APRIL 17

Opening: Sherrie Levine at Paula Cooper
New Levine! You excited? I am. —Dan Duray
Paula Cooper Gallery, 534 West 21st Street, New York, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Opening: Julian Schnabel at Gagosian
Always curious to see what this guy does next. —D.D.
Gagosian Gallery, 555 West 24th Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

Opening: “Chez Perv” at Team Gallery
Team Gallery presents an exhibition featuring Gardar Eide Einarsson, Matias Faldbakken and Oscar Tuazon, the name of which is taken from a New York Post headline about the Dominique Strauss-Kahn sex scandal. —Michael H. Miller
Team Gallery, 47 Wooster Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

Opening: “The New Romantics” at Eyebeam
This new exhibition will look at “the ways in which contemporary artists using digital media engage the body, representations of nature, poetic irony, and expressions of individuality as originally expressed in 19th Century Romanticism … Just as the Romantics responded to the industrial revolution, this group of artists are similarly responding to the current information revolution.” A night of performances will go down on April 25. —Zoë Lescaze
Eyebeam, 540 West 21st Street, New York, 7-9 p.m.

Opening: “Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster: equinimod & costumes” at 303 Gallery
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s first show at 303 (and first in a New York gallery) will feature the artist’s personal wardrobe. —M.H.M.
303 Gallery, 507 West 24th Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

FRIDAY, APRIL 18

Opening: “Marie Lorenz: The Valley of Dry Bones” at Jack Hanley Gallery
For her third show at the gallery, the venturesome Marie Lorenz will premiere a new five-channel video called Ezekia, which “tells the story of a group of women exploring the shore of a lost city.” Should be a great one. —Andrew Russeth Read More