eventsLehmann Maupin presents its second solo exhibition for Kader Attia, winner of the the 2016 Prix Marcel Duchamp. This will be the New York debut of Attia’s multimedia video installation, 'Reason’s Oxymorons' (2015), which premiered at the 13th Biennale de Lyon in 2015.
Jan 13 - Mar 4, 2017
Lehmann Maupin Gallery
events'Black Cowboy' is a group show organized by Amanda Hunt, Associate Curator at the Studio Museum. It includes works by French artist Mohamed Bourouissa.
Nov 17, 2016 - Mar 5, 2017
Studio Museum Harlem
eventsOn March 9, 2017, The Jewish Museum invites you to a talk with Esther da Costa Meyer, curator of the exhibition "Pierre Chareau: Modern Architecture and Design"
Mar 9, 2017
The Jewish Museum
events'Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction' is a comprehensive survey of Picabia’s audacious, irreverent, and profoundly influential work across mediums. This is the first exhibition in the United States to chart his entire career.
Nov 21, 2016 - Mar 19, 2017
eventsThe Lyon Opera Ballet will interpret Summerspace by Merce Cunningham, as guest company invited by Paul Taylor Dance Company as part of its season at the David H. Koch Theater, on March 19, 21, and 23.
March 19, 21 and 23
David H. Koch Theater
eventsIn November 2016, the Jewish Museum will present the first U.S. exhibition focused on French designer and architect Pierre Chareau (1883-1950). Showcasing rare furniture, light fixtures, and interiors, as well as designs for important projects in Europe and America, including the famous Maison de Verre in Paris and the Robert Motherwell House in East Hampton, Long Island, the exhibition will bring together rarely-seen works from major public and private collections around the world.
Nov 4, 2016 - Mar 26, 2017
The Jewish Museum
eventsFrom Feb 23-Apr 8, 2017, Peter Freeman, Inc. presents "Le beau danger", Dove Allouche’s second solo exhibition with the gallery in New York, featuring new works from three different series.
Feb 23-Apr 8, 2017
Peter Freeman, Inc.
eventsHow Should We Live? explores the complex collaborations, materials, and processes that have shaped the modernist interior, with a focus on specific environments—domestic interiors, re-created exhibition displays, and retail spaces—from the 1920s to the 1950s.
Oct 1, 2016 - Apr 23, 2017