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May 4, 2021
Phillips
This Spring, Phillips presents a rare opportunity to view the smoking room ‘Les Palmiers’, designed by Jean Dunand from 1930-1936 for the Parisian apartment of Mademoiselle Collette Aboucaya on rue
March 13, 2021May 8, 2021
Daniel Cooney
Daniel Cooney Fine Art is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Doug Meyer titled WyldLands.
February 9, 2021May 9, 2021
Colosseum
As Rome again emerges from lockdown and the city’s archaeological sites and museums reopen, a new exhibition is on show at the Colosseum. Rome’s famous amphitheater is host to Pompei 79 d.C.
March 23, 2021May 12, 2021
Blum & Poe
Art & Object recently caught up with the in-demand artist to discuss her initial interest in art, opportunities that have come her way and how they have impacted her work, and her new
March 18, 2021May 15, 2021
Petzel Gallery
Petzel Gallery is pleased to announce Mine, a new exhibition by Simon Denny opening Thursday, March 18, 2021 at the gallery’s Chelsea location.
April 10, 2021May 15, 2021
Corey Helford Gallery
Opening Saturday, April 10, downtown Los Angeles' Corey Helford Gallery is proud to announce two solo shows featuring new works from Seattle-based German new-contemporary artist Redd Walitzki, entitled The Days of Miracle and Wonder and Iowa-based Vietnamese painter and illustrator Bao Pham, entitled Summer Hues.
October 18, 2020May 16, 2021
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The exhibition uniquely positions the iconic artist among a community of peers who were also at the forefront of post-graffiti, a transformative moment in American art.
March 12, 2021May 16, 2021
Coachella Valley
This year’s projects featured in Desert X cover wide-ranging social and environmental issues, exploring “themes of land rights and ownership, the desert as a border, migration, water exploitation,
March 20, 2021May 22, 2021
Jeffrey Deitch 
Shattered Glass gathers a group of forty international artists of color whose subjects don’t ask, but rather demand to take up space. Subjects whose gaze unflinchingly holds the viewer.