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October 13, 2018March 17, 2019
The Andy Warhol Museum
Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby will mark the first museum solo exhibition of Devan Shimoyama, Philadelphia-born painter and professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Spanning his burgeoning career, this exhibition includes painting, photography and sculpture, and a series of new works that will be on view for the first time.
March 14, 2019March 18, 2019

Art Boca Raton is the premier art fair in South Florida presenting, emerging, post-war and contemporary art. The Fair is stragically scheduled over the Spring Break the height of the Florida winter snow Bird Season and during premiere museum annualy scheduled exhibitions. Since its first edition

August 1, 2018March 24, 2019
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

The term iridescence derives from Iris, the Greek goddess of the rainbow, and refers to a vibrant optical effect of rainbow-like colors that change in the light. Found on pearls and insect wings, iridescence draws from and celebrates the natural world’s multidimensional colors and organic forms.

January 30, 2019March 24, 2019
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
Featuring a newly commissioned body of work, Liz Magor: BLOWOUT will be the Canadian artist’s first East Coast institutional solo exhibition.
August 23, 2018March 31, 2019
Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum is pleased to announce Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection, an exhibition presenting major works, new acquisitions, and rediscoveries in the Museum’s collection through an intersectional feminist lens.

December 15, 2018March 31, 2019
SFMOMA
Vija Celmins: To Fix the Image in Memory features approximately 140 artworks, including paintings, drawings, and 3-D works. A global debut, this is the first Celmins retrospective in North America in more than twenty-five years.
August 21, 2018April 7, 2019
MCA Chicago

The artists in this exhibition stage encounters between the earth and the body—the primary tool at their disposal—to understand the land and their relationship to it.

January 23, 2019April 14, 2019
The Met
The first major survey of Lucio Fontana (1899–1968) in the United States in more than forty years, this exhibition will reexamine the career of one of the most innovative artists of the twentieth century.
December 4, 2018April 21, 2019
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami presents “Judy Chicago: A Reckoning,” a major survey of works by the pioneering feminist artist. This exhibition highlights Chicago’s iconographic transition from abstraction to figuration, and explores the ways in which the artist’s strong feminist voice transforms our understanding of modernism and its traditions.
January 19, 2019May 12, 2019
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The photographs of Graciela Iturbide not only bear witness to Mexican society but express an intense personal and poetic lyricism about her native country. One of the most influential photographers active in Latin America today, Iturbide captures everyday life and its cultures, rituals, and religions, while also raising questions about paradoxes and social injustice in Mexican society. Her photographs tell a visual story of Mexico since the late 1970s—a country in constant transition, defined by the coexistence of the historical and modern as a result of the culture’s rich amalgamation of cultures. For Iturbide, photography is a way of life and a way of seeing and understanding Mexico and its beauty, challenges, and contradictions.