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August 21, 2021December 11, 2021
Snite Museum of Art
Among the most distinguished figures in Contemporary art, Jim Dine (b. 1935) is an inspiring presence as a painter, printmaker, sculptor, and poet.
October 15, 2021December 11, 2021
CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions
The Los Angeles-based painter will present his solo exhibition, Irresistible Deception, at CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions. Irresistible Deception, a solo exhibition of new paintin
September 28, 2021December 11, 2021
Gagosian
Gagosian is pleased to present Stance, Rhythm, and Tilt, an exhibition of sculptures by John Chamberlain (1927–2011).
August 28, 2021December 12, 2021
Palmer Museum of Art
This major exhibition features the cosmopolitan, exuberant and subtly subversive work of fifteen artists of Asian heritage who are adept at crossing borders—not only physical ones but also those in media, styles, genre, and materials. Global Asias is the first large-scale exhibition to highlight the impressive scope and diversity of the Jordan Schnitzer Foundation’s collection of contemporary Asian and Asian American art.
August 28, 2021December 12, 2021
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
On August 28, 2021, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art (the Carter) will unveil the acquisition of a rare watercolor, Mount Superior, as viewed from Alta, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah (
November 3, 2021December 17, 2021
Petzel Gallery
Petzel is pleased to present Heart in the corner of the room, Ross Bleckner’s second exhibition with the gallery and his first at our Upper East Side location.
October 22, 2021December 17, 2021
Gray Chicago
One of the most influential American artists of the last half-century and a leading figure of contemporary figurative painting, Alex Katz presents a new series of eleven large-scale portraits in a
November 12, 2021December 18, 2021
Jane Lombard Gallery
Jane Lombard Gallery is pleased to present Drawn Together, a group exhibition of works on paper.
October 8, 2021December 18, 2021
Fort Gansevoort New York
Winfred Rembert, 1945-2021, on view at Fort Gansevoort in New York City is a brutal but necessary show spread over three floors, tracing the chronology of Rembert’s life.
September 10, 2021December 19, 2021
The Shed
Given that the internet has already eroded society’s trust in facts, democracy, and science—one can only imagine what fresh dystopian hell will be ushered in by the spread of artificial intelligenc