June 1, 2010
Anne Truitt at Matthew Marks Gallery. Part of the solo exhibit Sculpture 1962-2004, on view through June 26. (Photo by C-M.)
R.I.P. My tribute Louise Bourgeois. here.
Pasadena, Calif.: at the Norton Simon, opens Friday. Hiroshige: Visions of Japan
L.A.: Nancy Rubins, , at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills, opens Thursday at 6pm. Skins, Structures, Landmasses
L.A.: Tim Hawkinson at Blum & Poe, through June 26.
L.A.: , a group show, with Aiko, C215, Anthony Lister, Aakash Nihalani and many others, at Carmichael Gallery, opens Saturday at 6pm. Booked
L.A.: Alice Neel at L.A. Louver, through June 26.
Houston: at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, through July 11. Perspectives 170: Cruz Ortiz
Chicago: Felipe Dulzaides, ,at the Graham Foundation, through Jul. 17 (Plus: There’s an interesting post on the issue of Cuban architecture over at Utopía Posible .) Cityscapes
Miami: Claire Fontaine, , at the Museum of Contemporary Art, opens Thursday. Economies
NYC: Rachel Hovnanian, , at Colette Blanchard, through June. 30. ( Too Good To Be True .) The Moment
NYC: , at Habana Outpost in Fort Greene, opens Wednesday at 8pm. The photography of Clay Williams
NYC: Tucker Nichols at Zieher Smith, through the summer.
Kutztown, Penn.: Dean Radinovsky, and many others, at the 21st Invitational Salon of Small Works, at the NAP exhibition space at 173 Main Street, through July 10.
Mexico City: Postópolis DF, a five-day blogger confab organized, in part, by the Storefront for Art & Architecture, in which all manner of urban, architectural and artistic issues will be discussed, at the Museo Experimental El Eco in San Rafael, starting next Tuesday.
London: , at Gagosian, opens Wednesday. Crossing the Channel: Friendships and Connections in Paris and London 1946-1965, Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and Alberto Giacometti
London: , at Gagosian, opens Friday. Picasso: The Mediterranean Years