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New York

An exhibition at Swiss Institute, New York, reflects on the vulnerability of our bodies and our desire for intimacy

By Orit Gat
Maggie Ellis, "Playing Freecell", Acrylic on canvas, 43 3/4 x 59 in (111.1 x 149.9 cm)

New York

26 Apr
15 Jun
Installation view, "Richard Pousette-Dart: Works 1940-1992," May 10 – June 22, 2019, Pace Gallery, New York © Estate of Richard Pousette-Dart / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

10022

10 May
22 Jun
Installation view, "Tony Smith: Source, Tau, Throwback," April 26 – June 22, 2019, Pace Gallery, New York

10001

26 Apr
22 Jun
Peggy Ahwesh, "Border Control"

New York

17 May
24 Jun
John Baldessari. Hot & Cold Series: GILLIS Well... YES BUT THAT'S, 2018
Varnished inkjet prints on canvas with acrylic paint
Iceberg: 56 1/4 x 45 x 1 1/2 in. (142.9 x 114.3 x 3.8 cm)
Volcano: 55 1/2 x 45 x 1 1/2 in. (141 x 114.3 x 3.8 cm)
Overall: 56 1/4 x 94 x 1 1/2 in. (142.9 x 238.8 x 3.8 cm)

New York

3 May
15 Jun

New York

3 May
15 Jun

New York

11 Jul
30 Aug
Ralston Crawford: Torn Signs explores the national and international influences on the multifaceted Canadian-born artist. Although he earned acclaim early in his career for his Precisionist paintings of an industrialized America, Crawford devoted the latter part of his career to abstract painting with a remarkable emotional dimension. Torn Signs focuses on two series—“Torn Signs” and “Semana Santa”—that the artist developed over the last two decades of his life.

New York

13 May
13 Nov

With the fair now on, your guide to the best exhibitions in the city

By Shiv Kotecha
Darrel Ellis, Untitled (Laure and Mother), c. 1990, silver gelatine RC print, 34 x 27 cm. Courtesy: the artist and OSMOS, New York

New York

28 Feb
28 Jun