Calendar. 10.17.12.


Black Girl’s Window, 1969, by Betye Saar. Part of Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960-1980, at MoMA PS1. I saw this show as part of Pacific Standard Time in L.A. — consider it a must-see. Opens Sunday, in Long Island City. (Courtesy of the artist and Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery.)

  • NYC: New Pictures of Common Objects, at MoMA PS1. Opens Sunday, in Long Island City.
  • NYC: Exhibit B, a group show with Chris Mottalini, El Celso, Damion Silver, Kate Nielsen and many others, at Calico. Opens Thursday, in Greenpoint.
  • NYC: Danny Lyon, Deep Sea Diver, at Churner and Churner. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Twenty One Twelve, at Postmasters. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Matthew Langley, Atlas, at Blank Space Art. Through November 10, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Charles Ritchie: Drawings and Journals, at BravinLee Programs. Opens Friday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Christine Burrill, Uprising Los Angeles, at 151ArtsBrownstone. Through December 2nd, in Harlem.
  • NYC: Family Portrait, a group show with Dan Graham, Louise Bourgeois, Claes Oldenburg and many others, at Carriage Trade. Opens on Friday at 6pm, in Tribeca.
  • NYC: The Architecture & Design Film Festival, at Tribeca Cinemas. Starts Thursday, in Tribeca.
  • Chicago: Steve McQueen, at the Art Institute of Chicago. Opens Sunday.
  • Chicago: This Martin Creed rock band performance/ballet to be held at the Museum of Contemporary in Chicago in November looks like it should make for good conversation. Tickets are on sale now.
  • L.A.: Clare Rojas, Pith, at Prism LA. Opens Friday at 6pm, in West Hollywood.
  • L.A.: Robert Mapplethorpe, XYZ, at LACMA. Opens Sunday.
  • London: Hollywood Costume, at the V&A. Opens Saturday.

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