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Taloi Havini: Reclaiming Space and History Latest Ocula Conversation
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Taloi Havini: Reclaiming Space and History By Ruth McDougall, Sydney

Artist Taloi Havini and Ruth McDougall, curator of Pacific art at Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, discuss Havini's first Australian solo exhibition, Reclamation .

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Sydney Biennale Connects Here with Everywhere Latest Ocula Report Sydney Biennale Connects Here with Everywhere By Soo-Min Shim, Sydney

'This year's Biennale of Sydney seems like a corrective,' writes Soo-Min Shim, 'prioritising autonomy in an international exhibition format that has all too often omitted or sidelined First Nations artists.'

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Hell is a Place on Earth: P·P·O·W Looks to History in Context of Covid-19 Ocula Insight Hell is a Place on Earth: P·P·O·W Looks to History in Context of Covid-19 By Stephanie Bailey, London

In the United States, parallels have been drawn between the HIV/AIDS crisis and what is unfolding with Covid-19. These connections feed into P·P·O·W's online exhibition, Hell is a Place on Earth. Heaven is a Place in Your Head .

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New York Art Guide

The exact date that New York became the perceived centre of the Western art world is debatable. Some say it was in the early 1940s—during World War II—when a number of European artists immigrated to the United States. Others argue that it was not until Abstract Expressionism was established later that decade. Regardless, over 70 years after Willem de Kooning had his first solo gallery exhibition at Charles Egan Gallery on 57th Street in 1948, New York remains an art world powerhouse.

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One reason for New York's significance is the city's many well-endowed cultural institutions. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, founded in 1870, houses a behemoth collection that encompasses over two million works of art made over a period of 5,000 years. Devoted to the evolving story of contemporary art around the world, The Museum of Modern Art holds 200,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, media and performance art works, architectural models and drawings, designed objects, and films.

Other notable institutions dedicated to modern and contemporary art include the famed Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, designed by the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, founded in 1930 by sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. MoMA PS1—an offshoot of the stalwart Museum of Modern Art—has been one of the largest American non-profit art institutions since its establishment in 1971, while The Met Breuer—the recently opened annex to The Metropolitan Museum of Art—provides ample opportunity to encounter 20th- and 21st-century masterpieces on Madison Avenue.

The concentration of galleries in New York is perhaps most important to its status in the art world. In total, the city is estimated to contain close to 1,500 galleries. These galleries range from blue chip institutions to non-profit art spaces and artist-run initiatives. While these spaces are spread out across the city's five boroughs, many of them can be found in the following six neighbourhoods: Chelsea, the Lower East Side, Soho, 57th Street, Williamsburg/Bushwick/Greenpoint, and Dumbo.

Chelsea—a former industrial neighbourhood ripe with wide-open warehouse spaces along the far west side of Manhattan between 14th and 34th Streets—is home to mega-galleries Hauser & Wirth, David Zwirner, Gagosian, Pace, Anton Kern, Gladstone, Marianne Boesky, and Lehmann Maupin, among many, many others. DIA Chelsea—the New York branch of the DIA Foundation—is one of the notable non-profit spaces in the area.

The Lower East Side is often cited as home to the more avantgarde or experimental spaces. These include Bodega, Chapter NY, CANADA, JTT, 47 Canal, Invisible Exports, Zach Feuer Gallery, 33 Orchard, Foxy Productions, and Sargent's Daughters. More traditional contemporary art galleries—such as Sperone Westwater and Lehmann Maupin—also have strong presences in the neighbourhood. Extending from Chinatown to Houston Street, the art scene centres around Manhattan's only museum devoted to contemporary art: the New Museum on the Bowery. Recently opened spaces in the area include the Brant Foundation Art Study Center, located in a century-old building previously designed for Consolidated Edison and later used as the home and studio of Walter De Maria until his death in 2013.

Adjacent to the Lower East Side is the gallery district of Soho, once the thriving center of the avantgarde. Though not the epicentre it once was, significant current residents include the Drawing Center, Team Gallery, Jeffery Deitch, and Walter De Maria's Earth Room.

57th street and the Upper East Side have similarly ceded dominion over the art world, but continue to house internationally renowned galleries. These are Pace, Gagosian, and Salon 94, among others, as well as standalone institutions such as Craig F Starr, Acquavella Galleries, Half Gallery, and Venus Over Manhattan.

The six neighbourhoods listed above are also home to the city's auction houses, with Christie's located at 20 Rockefeller Plaza, Sotheby's at 72nd street and York Avenue, and Phillips on Park Avenue.

If you really want to see where the cool kids hang, visit the sprawling neighbourhood of Williamsburg/Greenpoint/Bushwick, which in recent years has become the centre of the art, music, and food scenes in New York. Notable galleries include Front Room, Sideshow, Soloway Fine Art, and Figureworks. Dumbo—another neighbourhood in Brooklyn—holds more studio spaces than it does galleries, but it is worth visiting the art spaces—among them Art in General and AIR—if only for views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges just down the street.

Further into the borough, the evolving Brooklyn Museum has been making a splash in the art world since 1999, when then-mayor Rudy Giuliani threatened to close the institution for its exhibition Sensation. It had included Chris Ofili's now-iconic The Holy Virgin Mary (1996), a work that depicted the Madonna as a black woman made of elephant dung. New York, as residents know, has never been afraid to confront the powers-that-be with revolutionary culture, and that remains true today, even in an increasingly safe and wealthy metropolis.


Current Exhibition
26 March–25 April 2020
Gary Simmons

Screaming into the Ether

Metro Pictures View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Gary Simmons, Screaming into the Ether, Metro Pictures, New York (26 March–25 April 2020). Courtesy Metro Pictures, New York.
Current Exhibition | New York
19 March–25 April 2020
Leo Amino

The Visible and the Invisible

David Zwirner View Exhibition
Leo Amino at the opening for his 1971 exhibition Leo Amino: “Refractional” Plastic Sculpture 1945-1970, Sculpture Center, New York (detail). Courtesy David Zwirner.
Current Exhibition
12 March–18 April 2020
Kate Shepherd

Surveillance

Galerie Lelong & Co. New York View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Kate Shepherd, Surveillance, Galerie Lelong & Co., New York (12 March–18 April 2020). Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co., New York.
Current Exhibition | New York
6 March–18 April 2020
Richard Long

FROM A ROLLING STONE TO NOW

Lisson Gallery View Exhibition
Courtesy Lisson Gallery.
Current Exhibition | New York
6 March–25 April 2020
Louise Giovanelli

Aerial Silk

GRIMM View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Louise Giovanelli, Aerial Silk, GRIMM, New York (6 March–25 April 2020). Courtesy GRIMM. 
Current Exhibition | New York
6 March–25 April 2020
Alex Dordoy

Ruin is Rune

GRIMM View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Alex Dordoy, Ruin is Rune, GRIMM, New York (6 March–25 April 2020). Courtesy GRIMM.
Current Exhibition | New York
6 March–18 April 2020
Julian Schnabel

The Patch of Blue the Prisoner Calls the Sky

Pace Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Julian Schnabel, The Patch of Blue the Prisoner Calls the Sky, Pace Gallery, New York (6 March–18 April 2020). ©️ Julian Schnabel. Courtesy Pace Gallery.
Current Exhibition
5 March–2 May 2020
Kimber Smith

Paintings: 1967 – 1980

Cheim & Read View Exhibition
Kimber Smith, TILT (1980). Courtesy Cheim & Read.
Current Exhibition | New York
5 March–25 April 2020
Noland

Flares

Pace Gallery View Exhibition

Exhibition view: Noland, Flares, Pace Gallery, New York (5 March–25 April 2020). © The Kenneth Noland Foundation. Courtesy Pace Gallery.

Current Exhibition | New York
5 March–25 April 2020
Lari Pittman

Found Buried

Lehmann Maupin View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Lari Pittman, Found Buried, Lehmann Maupin, New York (5 March–25 April 2020). © Lari Pittman. Courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul. Photo: Matthew Herrmann.
Current Exhibition | New York
5 March–16 May 2020
Marie Laurencin

An exhibition organized by Jelena Kristic

Galerie Buchholz View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Marie Laurencin, An Exhibition Organized by Jelena Kristic, Galerie Buchholz, New York (5 March–16 May 2020). Courtesy Galerie Buchholz Berlin/Cologne/New York.
Current Exhibition | New York
5 March–18 April 2020
Al Taylor

Al Taylor: A / LOW / HA, The Hawaiian Works

David Zwirner View Exhibition
Al Taylor, Untitled (Counting Without Riggers) (c. 1998–1999). Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner.
Current Exhibition | New York
4 March–11 April 2020
Mamma Andersson

The Lost Paradise

David Zwirner View Exhibition

Exhibition view: Mamma Andersson, The Lost Paradise, David Zwirner, 19th Street, New York (4 March–11 April 2020). Courtesy David Zwirner.

Current Exhibition | New York
4 March–25 April 2020
Group Exhibition

Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare Woods

Simon Lee Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Group Exhibition, Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare Woods, Simon Lee Gallery, New York (4 March–25 April 2020). Courtesy Simon Lee Gallery. Photo: Jeffrey Sturges.
Current Exhibition | New York
3 March–18 April 2020
Mimi Lauter

Symphony No. 1

Blum & Poe View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Mimi Lauter, Symphony No. 1, Blum & Poe, New York (3 March–18 April 2020). © Mimi Lauter. Courtesy the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. Photo: Genevieve Hanson.
Current Exhibition | New York
3 March–18 April 2020
Jansson Stegner
Almine Rech View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Jansson Stegner, Almine Rech, New York (3 March–18 April 2020). Courtesy the Artist and Almine Rech. Photo: Matt Kroening.
Current Exhibition | New York
29 February–11 April 2020
Kevin Jerome Everson

Westinghouse

Andrew Kreps Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Kevin Jerome Everson, Westinghouse, 55 Walker Street, New York (29 February–11 April 2020). Courtesy the Artist and Andrew Kreps Gallery. Photo: Dawn Blackman.
Current Exhibition | New York
29 February–18 April 2020
Joanna Pousette-Dart
Lisson Gallery View Exhibition
Courtesy Lisson Gallery.
Current Exhibition
29 February–11 April 2020
Nick Mauss
303 Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Nick Mauss, 303 Gallery, New York  (29 February–11 April 2020). Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York. 
Current Exhibition | New York
28 February–25 April 2020
Gerhard Richter
Marian Goodman Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Gerhard Richter, Marian Goodman Gallery, New York (28 February–25 April 2020). Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery.
Current Exhibition | New York
28 February–18 April 2020
Group Exhibition

Archaeologies of the Selfie

Galeria Nara Roesler View Exhibition
Paulo Bruscky, Untitled (1988). Photocopy on paper. 2 pieces, each: 32.5 x 21.6 cm (12.8 x 8.5 inches). Edition 2/2. Courtesy Galeria Nara Roesler.
Current Exhibition | New York
28 February–25 April 2020
Arlene Shechet

Skirts

Pace Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Arlene Shechet, Skirts, Pace Gallery, New York (28 February–25 April 2020). © Arlene Shechet. Courtesy Pace Gallery.
Current Exhibition | New York
28 February–11 April 2020
Paul Graham

The Seasons

Pace Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Paul Graham, The Seasons, Pace Gallery, New York (28 February–11 April 2020). © Paul Graham. Courtesy Pace Gallery.
Current Exhibition
27 February–11 April 2020
Elger Esser

Inherent Time

Bruce Silverstein View Exhibition
Elger Esser, Moder I (2016) (detail). Directprint on silver-coated copper plate. Courtesy Bruce Silverstein.
Current Exhibition | New York
27 February–18 April 2020
Jutta Koether

4 the Team

Lévy Gorvy View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Jutta Koether, 4 the Team, Lévy Gorvy, New York (27 February–18 April 2020). Courtesy Lévy Gorvy. Photo: Dario Lasagni.
Current Exhibition | New York
27 February–18 April 2020
Christopher Williams

Footwear (Adapted for Use)

David Zwirner View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Christopher Williams, Footwear (Adapted for Use), David Zwirner, 69th Street, New York (27 February–18 April 2020). Courtesy David Zwirner. 
Current Exhibition | New York
22 February–11 April 2020
Bharti Kher

The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos

Perrotin View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Bharti Kher, The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos, Perrotin, New York (22 February–11 April 2020). Courtesy the artist and Perrotin. Photo: Guillaume Ziccarelli.
Current Exhibition | New York
22 February–11 April 2020
Cinga Samson

Amadoda Akafani, Afana Ngeentshebe Zodwa (men are different, though they look alike)

Perrotin View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Cinga Samson, Amadoda Akafani, Afana Ngeentshebe Zodwa (men are different, though they look alike), Perrotin, New York (22 February–11 April 2020). Courtesy the artist and Perrotin. Photo: Guillaume Ziccarelli.
Current Exhibition | New York
20 February–11 April 2020
Larry Bell

Still Standing

Hauser & Wirth View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Larry Bell, Still Standing, Hauser & Wirth, 22nd Street, New York (20 February–11 April 2020). © Larry Bell. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Dan Bradica.
Current Exhibition | New York
20 February–11 April 2020
Rita Ackermann

Mama ’19

Hauser & Wirth View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Rita Ackermann, Mama ’19, Hauser & Wirth, 22nd Street, New York (20 February–11 April 2020). © Rita Ackermann. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Thomas Barratt.
Current Exhibition | New York
20 February–2 May 2020
Roy Dowell
Miles McEnery Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Roy Dowell, Miles McEnery Gallery, West 21st Street, New York (20 February–28 March 2020). Courtesy Miles McEnery Gallery.
Current Exhibition | New York
20 February–2 May 2020
April Gornik
Miles McEnery Gallery View Exhibition
Exhibition view: April Gornik, Miles McEnery Gallery, West 22nd Street, New York (20 February–28 March 2020). Courtesy Miles McEnery.
Upcoming Exhibition | New York
18 April–26 June 2020
Donald Judd

Artworks 1970–1994

David Zwirner View Exhibition
Donald Judd, Untitled (1994) (detail). Courtesy David Zwirner.
Upcoming Exhibition | New York
23 April–27 June 2020
Julio Le Parc
Perrotin View Exhibition
Courtesy Perrotin.
Upcoming Exhibition | New York
23 April–27 June 2020
Johan Creten
Perrotin View Exhibition
Courtesy Perrotin.
Upcoming Exhibition
25 April–13 June 2020
Dan Graham

Three Models Three Sizes Three Price Ranges

303 Gallery View Exhibition
Dan Graham, Neo-Baroque Walkway (2019) (detail). Model. Courtesy 303 Gallery. Photo: Andrea Rossetti.
Upcoming Exhibition
30 April–30 May 2020
David Wojnarowicz

Dear Jean Pierre: The David Wojnarowicz Correspondence with Jean Pierre Delage, 1972–1982

P·P·O·W Gallery View Exhibition
Courtesy P·P·O·W Gallery.
Upcoming Exhibition | New York
30 April–20 June 2020
Shirazeh Houshiary

A Thousand Folds

Lehmann Maupin View Exhibition
Shirazeh Houshiary, Reverie (2018) (detail). Pigment, pencil, and black aquacryl on canvas and aluminium. 190 x 270 cm. Courtesy Lehmann Maupin. 
Upcoming Exhibition | New York
9 July–14 August 2020
GaHee Park
Perrotin View Exhibition
© GaHee Park. Courtesy Perrotin.
Upcoming Exhibition | New York
12 September–17 October 2020
Zach Harris
Perrotin View Exhibition
Courtesy Perrotin.

Current Exhibitions In New York

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Contemporary art exhibition, Gary Simmons, Screaming into the Ether at Metro Pictures, New York
26 March–25 April 2020 Gary Simmons Screaming into the Ether Metro Pictures, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Leo Amino, The Visible and the Invisible at David Zwirner, New York
19 March–25 April 2020 Leo Amino The Visible and the Invisible David Zwirner, 20th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Kate Shepherd, Surveillance at Galerie Lelong & Co. New York, New York
12 March–18 April 2020 Kate Shepherd Surveillance Galerie Lelong & Co. New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Richard Long, FROM A ROLLING STONE TO NOW at Lisson Gallery, New York
6 March–18 April 2020 Richard Long FROM A ROLLING STONE TO NOW Lisson Gallery, West 24th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Louise Giovanelli, Aerial Silk at GRIMM, New York
6 March–25 April 2020 Louise Giovanelli Aerial Silk GRIMM, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Alex Dordoy, Ruin is Rune at GRIMM, New York
6 March–25 April 2020 Alex Dordoy Ruin is Rune GRIMM, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Julian Schnabel, The Patch of Blue the Prisoner Calls the Sky at Pace Gallery, New York
6 March–18 April 2020 Julian Schnabel The Patch of Blue the Prisoner Calls the Sky Pace Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Kimber Smith, Paintings: 1967 – 1980 at Cheim & Read, New York
5 March–2 May 2020 Kimber Smith Paintings: 1967 – 1980 Cheim & Read, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Noland, Flares at Pace Gallery, New York
5 March–25 April 2020 Noland Flares Pace Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Lari Pittman, Found Buried at Lehmann Maupin, New York
5 March–25 April 2020 Lari Pittman Found Buried Lehmann Maupin, 501 West 24th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Marie Laurencin, An exhibition organized by Jelena Kristic at Galerie Buchholz, New York
5 March–16 May 2020 Marie Laurencin An exhibition organized by Jelena Kristic Galerie Buchholz, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Al Taylor, Al Taylor: A / LOW / HA, The Hawaiian Works at David Zwirner, New York
5 March–18 April 2020 Al Taylor Al Taylor: A / LOW / HA, The Hawaiian Works David Zwirner, 20th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Mamma Andersson, The Lost Paradise at David Zwirner, New York
4 March–11 April 2020 Mamma Andersson The Lost Paradise David Zwirner, 19th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare Woods at Simon Lee Gallery, New York
4 March–25 April 2020 Group Exhibition Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare Woods Simon Lee Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Mimi Lauter, Symphony No. 1 at Blum & Poe, New York
3 March–18 April 2020 Mimi Lauter Symphony No. 1 Blum & Poe, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Jansson Stegner, Jansson Stegner at Almine Rech, New York
3 March–18 April 2020 Jansson Stegner Almine Rech, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Kevin Jerome Everson, Westinghouse at Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
29 February–11 April 2020 Kevin Jerome Everson Westinghouse Andrew Kreps Gallery, 55 Walker Street
Contemporary art exhibition, Joanna Pousette-Dart, Joanna Pousette-Dart at Lisson Gallery, New York
29 February–18 April 2020 Joanna Pousette-Dart Lisson Gallery, 10th Avenue, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Nick Mauss, Nick Mauss at 303 Gallery, New York
29 February–11 April 2020 Nick Mauss 303 Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Gerhard Richter, Gerhard Richter at Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
28 February–25 April 2020 Gerhard Richter Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Archaeologies of the Selfie at Galeria Nara Roesler, New York
28 February–18 April 2020 Group Exhibition Archaeologies of the Selfie Galeria Nara Roesler, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Arlene Shechet, Skirts at Pace Gallery, New York
28 February–25 April 2020 Arlene Shechet Skirts Pace Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Paul Graham, The Seasons at Pace Gallery, New York
28 February–11 April 2020 Paul Graham The Seasons Pace Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Elger Esser, Inherent Time at Bruce Silverstein, New York
27 February–11 April 2020 Elger Esser Inherent Time Bruce Silverstein, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Jutta Koether, 4 the Team at Lévy Gorvy, New York
27 February–18 April 2020 Jutta Koether 4 the Team Lévy Gorvy, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Christopher Williams, Footwear (Adapted for Use) at David Zwirner, New York
27 February–18 April 2020 Christopher Williams Footwear (Adapted for Use) David Zwirner, 69th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Bharti Kher, The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos at Perrotin, New York
22 February–11 April 2020 Bharti Kher The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos Perrotin, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Larry Bell, Still Standing at Hauser & Wirth, New York
20 February–11 April 2020 Larry Bell Still Standing Hauser & Wirth, 22nd Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Rita Ackermann, Mama ’19 at Hauser & Wirth, New York
20 February–11 April 2020 Rita Ackermann Mama ’19 Hauser & Wirth, 22nd Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Roy Dowell, Roy Dowell at Miles McEnery Gallery, New York
20 February–2 May 2020 Roy Dowell Miles McEnery Gallery, 520 West 21st Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, April Gornik, April Gornik at Miles McEnery Gallery, New York
20 February–2 May 2020 April Gornik Miles McEnery Gallery, 525 West 22nd Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Donald Judd, Artworks 1970–1994 at David Zwirner, New York
18 April–26 June 2020 Donald Judd Artworks 1970–1994 David Zwirner, 19th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Julio Le Parc, Julio Le Parc at Perrotin, New York
23 April–27 June 2020 Julio Le Parc Perrotin, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Johan Creten, Johan Creten at Perrotin, New York
23 April–27 June 2020 Johan Creten Perrotin, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Dan Graham, Three Models Three Sizes Three Price Ranges at 303 Gallery, New York
25 April–13 June 2020 Dan Graham Three Models Three Sizes Three Price Ranges 303 Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Shirazeh Houshiary, A Thousand Folds at Lehmann Maupin, New York
30 April–20 June 2020 Shirazeh Houshiary A Thousand Folds Lehmann Maupin, 501 West 24th Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, GaHee Park, GaHee Park at Perrotin, New York
9 July–14 August 2020 GaHee Park Perrotin, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Zach Harris, Zach Harris at Perrotin, New York
12 September–17 October 2020 Zach Harris Perrotin, New York

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New Museum Announces Wong Ping’s First US Survey Ocula News New Museum Announces Wong Ping’s First US Survey New York, 13 March 2020

The rising Hong Kong artist is known for bright animations with dark themes.

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New York’s Armory Show Overhauls Venue and Timing Ocula News New York’s Armory Show Overhauls Venue and Timing New York, 9 March 2020

After almost two decades on Manhattan's West Side piers, the fair will move to the Javits Center in September 2021.

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Nigel Cooke Recalibrates Abstraction Ocula Insight Nigel Cooke Recalibrates Abstraction By Brienne Walsh, New York

Since the beginning of his practice, Nigel Cooke has tried to bring figuration and abstraction into the same conversation. At Pace Gallery and Pace Prints in New York, two exhibitions demonstrate Cooke's shift towards total abstraction.

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The Armory Show 2020 Ocula Photolog The Armory Show 2020

The Armory Show (5–8 March) features presentations by leading international galleries, innovative artist commissions, and dynamic public programs. The 2020 edition of The Armory Show, welcomes 183 exhibitors from 32 countries, convening Midtown Manhattan at Piers 90 and 94.

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