The Wall, 2009, by Marlene Dumas. Part of the artist’s solo exhibit, Against the Wall, at David Zwirner Gallery in NYC, opens Thursday at 6pm. (Image courtesy of Zwirner.)
- In L.A.: Mark Grotjahn, Seven Faces, at Blum & Poe, through April 3.
- In L.A.: Judy Fiskin, Guided Tour, at Angles Gallery, through April 3.
- In NYC: Sounds from the Black Box: The Music of Philip Miller for the Films of William Kentridge at the World Financial Center, starting this Sunday at 8pm.
- In NYC: Eva Hesse at Hauser & Wirth, opens today at 6pm.
- In NYC: Twilight Visions: Surrealism, Photography and Paris, at the ICP, through May 9.
- In NYC: The AIPAD Photography Show, at the Park Avenue Armory, opens Thursday.
- In NYC: Nature, Once Removed: The (Un)Natural World in Contemporary Drawing, at the Lehman College Art Gallery in the Bronx, through May 4.
- In NYC: Franck de Las Mercedes, Marc Baptiste, Betty K, and many others, in a group show and charity auction to support the Edeyo Foundation and the Harlem Academy, at the French Consulate, this Thursday at 7pm.
- In London: Barti Kher, inevitable, undeniable, necessary, at Hauser & Wirth, opens Saturday.
- In Liverpool: Mark Rothko, the Seagram Murals, at the Tate Liverpool, through March 21.
- In Paris: Sex, Death and Sacrifice in the Mochica Religion, at Musée du Quai Branly, opens today.
- In Paris: Crime and Punishment, at the Musée de Orsay, opens today. (The Art Newspaper.)