January 2018

Louise Nevelson: Black and White

Pace Gallery
537 West 24th Street, New York

February 1 through March 3, 2018

Pace Gallery presents an exhibition of works by leading Abstract Expressionist Louise Nevelson. Arne Glimcher, Pace Gallery Founder, has worked with Nevelson and her estate for the last 55 years, and is honored to “present such incredible work to new audiences.”

Before/On/After: William Wegman and California Conceptualism

At The Met Fifth Avenue

January 17–July 15, 2018

Tom Judd: Disruption

Robischon Gallery
1740 Wazee St
Denver, Colorado

January 11 through March 3, 2018 

Chicago Works: Paul Heyer

MCA Chicago
220 E Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60611

January 16 - July 1, 2018

Artist and craftsman Wendell Castle has died at the age of 85. Credited with being the father of the art furniture movement, Castle created a new genre, bridging sculpture and furniture seamlessly. His body of work is full of beautifully crafted, playful, organic furniture that remains functional while sparking the imagination.

Tamayo: The New York Years features over forty of the Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo’s (1899-1991) paintings and prints, as well as reproductions of murals by the artist and his key influences. The introductory wall text informs us that unlike some of his well known mural artist peers, Tamayo was more concerned with the creative process than with overtly politicized themes. Yet the exhibition walks us through the artist’s New York-based world in such a thorough way as to demonstrate how deeply immersed he was in his urban, artistic, and even political surroundings.

Thomas Nozkowski: 16 x 20

Pace Gallery
510 West 25th Street, New York

January 19 – February 17, 2018

Opening this weekend at Pace Gallery in New York, 16x20 is a retrospective of abstract paintings by New York-based artist Thomas Nozkowski. Spanning forty years of paintings in this size, the exhibition shows the evolution of Nozkowski’s style and interests.

Europe is in the throes of a massive refugee crisis with millions of asylum-seekers fleeing war-torn lands like Syria, Afghanistan, and Somalia. Among those forced from their homeland include writers, artists, singers, and other creatives who now can find refuge and a place to practice their craft in Paris.

The 30th annual London Art Fair, opening this weekend, promises to be an unforgettable experience. It’s the most international LAF yet, with galleries from across five continents, and 131 exhibitors. Presenting leading British and international galleries alongside curated spaces Art Projects and Photo50, the LAF showcases renowned 20th and 21st Century artists.

For all intensive purposes

Aspect/Ratio
864 N Ashland
Chicago, IL 60622

Friday, January 5 – Saturday, February 17, 2018