A piece of Greg Lynn’s Blobwall. (Photo by virtual.architect.)
- In L.A.: Greg Lynn’s Blobwall Pavilion at SCI-Arc, opens tomorrow.
- In L.A.: Four, a group show at Corey Helford in Culver City, opens tomorrow.
- In S.F.: Eve Sussman’s Rape of the Sabine Women to screen on Fridays through June at S.F. MoMA.
- In Orange County, Calif.: Terracotta Warriors at the Bowers Museum (via O.C. Art Blog). Looking Around dissects warrior types.
- In Chicago: Jeff Koons at the Museum of Contemporary Art, opens Saturday.
- In NYC: David Byrne turns the Battery Maritime Building into a giant organ in Playing the Building, in lower Manhattan, opens this Saturday.
- In NYC: Emergence, on Governor’s Island, this Saturday.
- In NYC: Graffiti Research Lab, tagging the Peter Sharp building at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, tonight and Saturday.
- In NYC: Louise Lawler at Metro Pictures, through June 7th.
- In São Paulo: Cena7, Emol, Nick e, GEN and JoaoH at Qaz Urban Art.
- In Glasgow: Birth Rites at the Glasgow Science Centre.
- In London: Psycho Buildings: Artists Take On Architecture at the Hayward. (The best line from this story… Adrian Searle on Ernesto Neto: “The result is a sort of chill-out zone of swollen glands and dangling testicular bulges.”) More on the show here.
- In Liverpool: Speaking of testicular bulges, Gustav Klimt is now on view at the Tate Liverpool. More here.
Posted by C-Monster.